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The Ten Commandments

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This book should be a helpful resource when studying the Ten Commandments and teaching others about how the Judeo-Christian and Islamic ethical commandments relate to the laws imposed modern societies and personal moral codes.

Note that blue text indicates a link to a page or article that is helpful to read but reading them all is not necessarily essential.

Understanding the Ten Commandments

  1. The Commandments: Then And Now 0% developed
  2. Which Is The Most Important Commandment? 0% developed
  3. /Human weaknesses and divine aspirations 0% developed

The Commandments

Commandment Jewish Orthodox Catholic,
I am the Lord your God0% developed 1 1 1
You shall have no other gods before me0% developed 2
You shall not make for yourself an idol0% developed 2
You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God0% developed 3 3 2
Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy0% developed 4 4 3
Honor your father and your mother0% developed 5 5 4
You shall not murder0% developed 6 6 5
You shall not commit adultery0% developed 7 7 6
You shall not steal0% developed 8 8 7
You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor0% developed 9 9 8
You shall not covet your neighbor's wife0% developed 10 10 9
You shall not covet anything that belongs to your neighbor25% developed 10