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What if One Intends to Kill a Particular Person, and Kills Another Person Instead?

Updated: Dec 10, 2022


Warning: This sensitive topic speaks about murder and injury

Divine Code for December 2, 2022

Today: Pages 325-326


Part 1:22 -- 1:24


One who intends to kill one particular person, and kills another person instead, or one who throws a stone into a group of people and kills one of them without targeting a particular victim, is considered a murderer. Likewise, if two Gentiles threw stones or shot at a group of people and killed some of them, but it is unclear which person killed which victim, both are liable as murderers since they have each killed a person.


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Sarah Bakker is a blog writer and illustrator for the Noahide Academy. After a difficult time, she found Judaism. She has been a Noahide for many years and uses her experiences and knowledge combined with her creative talents to help others.



 

Sources

The Divine Code (Third Edition)

 

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