Thou Shall Not Murder?

The sixth commandment is “You shall not murder.” Exodus 20:13. This seems like a simple commandment. As long as we don’t kill someone we are good, right? What does the Bible mean by murder? What if there is an accident, and someone loses their life? Also, how do we view this rightly in light of the Sermon on the Mount?

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