The Ten Commandments
Jump to navigation Jump to search
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
- The Commandments: Then And Now
- Which Is The Most Important Commandment?
- /Human weaknesses and divine aspirations
|I am the Lord your God||1||1||1|
|You shall have no other gods before me||2|
|You shall not make for yourself an idol||2|
|You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God||3||3||2|
|Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy||4||4||3|
|Honor your father and your mother||5||5||4|
|You shall not murder||6||6||5|
|You shall not commit adultery||7||7||6|
|You shall not steal||8||8||7|
|You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor||9||9||8|
|You shall not covet your neighbor's wife||10||10||9|
|You shall not covet anything that belongs to your neighbor||10|