WE continue Dennis Prager’s elucidation of the best moral code ever invented, a repeat of his masterful series on the Ten Commandments that we ran last year, with the sixth commandment which most of us know as ‘Thou shalt not kill’.
It means quite simply do not murder. Never more was there need for this commandment to be heeded.
Last year 135 people were murdered or unlawfully killed in London – the highest total since 2008. Many of the victims were teenagers or in their twenties and most were stabbed.
Amidst the handwringing that takes place we hear little of that moral rule – thou shalt not kill. How many schools or parents teach their children this fundamental commandment?
Dennis Prager is here to explain it.