Speaker: Will Galkin - The 20th century was one of the bloodiest centuries our world has ever known. Historians approximate 125 million lives lost. Two World Wars, terrorism, genocide, atomic warfare and tribal warfare scarred the the globe. Local eruptions of bloodshed via drive-by and school shootings brought the violence to the neighborhood. All the while the TV replayed the gore of serial killers and the sad news of another suicide. Violence and murder hit home. Yet, due to the graphic nature of our society. Many of us do not connect the 6th Commandment to our lives. We are tempted to think that it is someone else's problem. To help us better understand this commandment we are going to ask three questions. What does it mean to commit murder? Why is it wrong to commit murder? How can we commit murder today?