Preface: Religion is a topic the bores me endlessly. But i do have this question bc idk. I separated from catholism temporarily to find my own religion, as I was born into religion. So I'm (slowly) looking into all options (including catholism). & I think it's something everybody should do, especially young dudes and gals born into a religion/cult/etc. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Are the commandments equally bad? So is #6 worse than #7? I would say so, in general. But it's not about opinion. Does it say so in the Bible, and if so, where? ** I would say according to the Bible and the times it was written. (So not my personal belief, but what would be the belief at the time the dudes wrote the book).** #1-4 is WORSE than #5. And this would be the biggest problem people would have with this theory. But murder was EXTREMELY common back in those times. And this isn't meant to start a debate, but the Church killed over 50 million people in the Crusades. Which to put in perspective, that's the WWII fallen soldiers on both sides. That's pretty wild to me. 50 million if not all, a large % of innocent people. But you know, I'm not using that against anybody I guess. So I imagine it being similar to nowadays. USA soldiers aren't "frowned" upon by the Church when killing somebody across seas, but frown upon crimes not in war. I'd imagine the same thing in the those days of the Crusades. But instead if it's in the name of Christianity, it's justified. & I don't think soldiers should be necessarily frowned upon. So I think it's in the order, just thinking about it. It's also same concept w/ 9&10, 1&2, 5&6-10, etc etc etc. Any insight?