Washington, DC –-(Ammoland.com)- Many devoutly religious people attended synagogue or church from an early age.
Young and impressionable, when an older person tells us something with fervent conviction, and on top of that it comes from the Bible, most children take it seriously.
All in all, this is certainly not a bad thing. Civilization itself depends on morality being passed along clearly from generation to generation.
The first set of “rules of behavior” learned by many Jewish and Christian children are the Ten Commandments. Many of us did not know (and still do not know) that one of the key Commandments, the Sixth Commandment has been mistranslated, and inculcated into our belief systems, for centuries, and to generation after generation. Read Rabbi Bendory’s detailed commentary on this critical error.
Many of us, when the red lights start flashing, will revert to our longest and most deeply held religious beliefs. Most religious people want to do right in G-d’s eyes. Even when our lives (or someone else’s) are in mortal danger.
The Sixth Commandment: “Thou shalt not kill?” Wrong! Go here and learn the truth.
About Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership
Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership’s Mission is to destroy “gun control” and to encourage Americans to understand and defend all of the Bill of Rights for everyone. Those are the twin goals of Wisconsin-based Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO). Founded by Jews and initially aimed at educating the Jewish community about the historical evils that Jews have suffered when they have been disarmed, JPFO has always welcomed persons of all religious beliefs who share a common goal of opposing and reversing victim disarmament policies while advancing liberty for all.
JPFO is a non-profit tax-exempt educational civil rights organization, not a lobby. JPFO’s products and programs reach out to as many segments of the American people as possible, using bold tactics without compromise on fundamental principles. Visit www.JPFO.org – Copyright JPFO 2011