What would you say if you found out that one of the most controversial verses in the Bible was one of the Ten Commandments?
The sixth commandment, as stated in Exodus 5:13 says, Thou shalt not kill. But this seemingly simple statement might not mean exactly what you think. For years, anti-capital punishment advocates have been using this commandment as their cornerstone, but in fact, this commandment, which in Hebrew actually reads You shall not murder, is a call to Christians everywhere to mete out the Lord's justice and execute those who go against his command. In his insightful and indicting book, The Bible and Capital Punishment, author Steve Muller takes an in-depth look at what God truly expects from his followers. Covering all manner of seemingly unclear subjects, from prostitution to disobedience, Muller shows that these issues are much more cut and dry than we might realize. If you are looking for a definitive directive to define the correct actions for a practicing Christian, look no further than Muller's comprehensive work concerning one of the most important and controversial of God's commandments, The Bible and Capital Punishment.
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