Why do you say that? I take the statement at face value and it is correct. There is a clear difference between kill and murder.
Killing was necessary to put meat on the table. Sometimes in law enforcement and in self-defense killing is necessary. Just warfare involves killing. These killings are not sin - not against the sixth commandment.
The test said “killing” was never allowed.
I agree that murder is never allowed, but there IS a time for killing, just as you stated. Obviously I failed that question on their test. But certainly I did not fail in understanding of God’s word.
Question #6 YOU SHALL NOT KILL
1 - I’d never kill another person (this was the “correct” answer according to the testers)
2 There are circumstances when killing is okay (this is actually the correct answer - the way I answered the question)
3. Killing is just another part of living (fail)