The ten commandments include one that says "Thou Shalt Not Kill". I have not seen any exemption clauses written that go with that.
Yet we regularly see Christians killing others, not just in self defense, not just Heathens, but also fellow Christians, civilians, women and children all.
And we see the various churches giving their blessing to the killers.
So what are the exemptions that make it all right to kill others? Who decides when it is ok to provide an exemption? Who has the right to give this exemption?
If you think I'm making it up what do you think your government employs soldiers other defense personnel for? What about Executioners? The USA not so long ago invaded a foreign nation and killed hundreds of thousands mostly civilians. Towards the end of World war II atomic bombs were dropped on 2 Japanese cities quite deliberately killing civilians and cities hosting large Christian populations were chosen. They were not 'military' targets.
In Germany, Dresden was firebombed again deliberately targeting civilians in an attempt to demoralize the enemy.
It is accepted military practice to excuse collateral damage ie. civilians killed. Sorry we bombed your wedding party, we thought it was some nasty people.
Why is it ok for a Christian to deliberately kill innocents when one of the ten commandments clearly unequivocally says "Thou Shalt NOT!"
Funny how some of the same churches want to ban gay marriage because it is an abomination [even there is no commandment against it]