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BLESSED ARE THE PEACEMAKERS: What Does the Holy Bible Really Say About Killing in the Line of Duty, and in War? by Maria Sayle-Terry

BLESSED ARE THE PEACEMAKERS: What Does the Holy Bible Really Say About Killing in the Line of Duty, and in War?

by Maria Sayle-Terry

98 pages
What does the Bible say about Police shootings and War?

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About the Book
Thou shalt not kill. Is that what the Bible really says? Moses gave God’s Law to the people in Exodus 20:13 which says “You must not murder” (TLB). The Amplified Bible says “You shall not commit murder” and the King James Versions says, “Thou shalt not kill”. The word kill comes from the Hebrew word RATSACH or RASAH, which means: to put to death, kill, or murder. I understand this word to show intent. Even Webster’s dictionary defines murder as: willful, unlawful, killing. So, is a shooting in the line of duty or during war considered murder? In your heart, do you consider it willful and unlawful? Let's examine God's word together and see what the Bible really says!

 

 

About the Author
Maria Sayle-Terry began her police career as a Military Police Officer in 1980. She holds an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice. She served in Patrol,Crisis Negotiation, and Intelligence. She served her country for 12 years as a soldier. Maria retired from the Clarksville Police Department in 2003.

 

 

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