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Christadelphian Accidentally Spills Ink On Ten Commandments, Becomes Axe Murderer

A Christadelphian in his late forties has turned into a dangerous axe-wielding murderer after accidentally spilling ink on the Ten Commandments in his Bible.

The man has long claimed that we all derive our morality from the Bible, and it now appears he was right. Those words, "Thou shalt not kill", really were the only thing holding him back, and now that they are gone, the man has become like the beasts of the field, killing and stealing everything in sight.

Some tried to write the words back into his Bible, but he objected, saying that he saw them write it and those were clearly the words of men, not of God, and therefore he didn't need to follow them.

As we go to press, the man has already crafted a graven image, worked on Saturday, and now appears to be coveting his neighbour's donkey.

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