Having recently purchased and listened to "The Ten Commandments of Self Defense" by Rabbi Bendory, I can personally recommend it to anyone who has an interest in learning about and being assured of the sanctity of self defense.
Rabbi Bendory goes to the ancient texts and traditions of Jewish teachings to explain why we all have the right and duty to defend ourselves, and that one is not alone if it happens that he must engage in an armed defense of his life.
As a Christian, this lecture was very beneficial, in that it filled in some of the "fuzzy" knowledge I had about the Old Testament's treatment of the subject of self defense.
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The next recommendation is for a couple audio disks that I recently listened to. It's called "The Ten Commandments of Self Defense", and it was recommended to me by Mr. Zelman from the JPFO (Jews for the Preservation of Firearm Ownership).
It's an audio presentation by a Rabbi named Dovid Bendory, where he talks about how we not only have a right to self defense, but a duty. He then goes on to list and explain what he believes are the ten 'commandments' of self defense.
It would definitely be most relevant to a Jewish person, but I found it very worth while, and he nailed the ten commandments- they are things that everyone who carries a gun should understand and abide by.
If you're interested in getting a copy of that, go here. I see that they are including a copy of the DVD "2A Today for the USA" as well, which I've also seen, and thought very highly of.
Tim Schmidt, USCCA (US Concealed Carry Association).