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    The Ten Commandments were engraved on two stone tablets. The first five commandments which were engraved in the first panel, handle the relationship of people with God; the second panel includes five commandments that deal with the relationship of people with their fellow men. The commandments are not a restrictive law of a tyrannically commanding God; it is a guide for our life. It follows an attempt deeper meaning of the Ten Commandments. Commandment #1) You shall have No Other Gods before Me

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    Old Testament is obsolete. They see no correlation between living in today’s world as a Christian, and the happenings of the past. They attribute the Ten Commandments as laws for the Jews, “intended only for the nation Israel before the death of Jesus” (Gane, 1997, para. 1). They reinforce that idea by pointing out that the fourth commandment was for the nation of Israel specifically. “The Israelites are to observe the Sabbath, celebrating it for the generations to come as a lasting covenant. ‘It

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    times, ‘You shall not murder’ and ‘whoever murders will be liable to judgment.’ But I say to you that if you are angry with a brother or sister, you will be liable to judgment.” This quote represents the 6th Commandment of the 10 Commandments (different religious documents have this Commandment as the 5th or 7th one, the referenced quote is from John Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion) “Thou shalt not kill (5).” Instead Jesus preaches, “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute

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    There are public institutions that want the Ten Commandments displayed. If that is done the penalty for breaking a commandment should also be displayed. The New Testament teaches that the Old Testament should be obeyed. This includes both the Commandments and the results of not following the Commandments.Jesus said in John 10:35"Scripture cannot be broken."This statement was made after he had said in John 5:46-47"For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me; for he wrote of me. But if ye

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    In Chapter 13, Jesus delivers his first commandment. While Moses had delivered commandments in the Old Testament in Exodus 20:1-17, this is the first order to his disciples that he has labeled as a commandment. Jesus says to them “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another” (John 13:34 NKJV). Across all translations, the main idea of this line is the same. It is understood that this line was meant to lead the disciples to be kind

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    Economy, religion, and, most importantly, a set of rules to abide by. These rules, or commandants, are what mold our society into a strong stable civilization. Without such commandments people’s world would be unjust, unsanitary, and contemporary inhumane. The first and probably the most important of these unwritten commandments is the golden rule. Throughout different societies and cultures the Golden Rule has a different meaning. However the most internationally recognized Golden Rule states “Treat

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    reveals His divine plan of redemption for Israel by the time we read Exodus chapter 20. The Lord’s mighty hand released the nation of Israel from their taskmasters. He brought them to His holy mountain and there He will personally write the Ten Commandments (Decalogue) and give them to Moses for the people. God pours out His sovereign law out on a tablet and written on the hearts of men. Through these laws, the LORD sets in motion His divine plan for social, religious and national order for all

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    the Ten Commandments and how they make Jewish people better in their lives. The Ten Commandments were given to the Jewish people through Moses, from God at Mount Sinai. Since that day, the commandments have been very important to Jewish life. They can be found twice in the Torah. First in chapter twenty of the book of Exodus, and they are then again repeated in chapter five of the book of Deuteronomy. There are slight variations to these repetitions which concerns the fourth commandment, regarding

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    Comparing Machiavelli’s Principles and the Ten Commandments Machiavelli is undisputedly one of the most influential political philosophers of all time. In The Prince, his most well-known work, he relates clearly and precisely how a decisive, intelligent man can gain and maintain power in a region. This work is revolutionary because it flies in the face of the Christian morality which let the Roman Catholic Church hold onto Europe for centuries. Machiavelli's work not only ignores the medieval

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    YHWH gave the Israelites the Ten Commandments. These Ten Commandments “set the Israelites apart and enabled them to mold a distinctive culture” as said in the text book The Human Records sources of global history volume 1: to 1500. The Human Records mentioned that “Israelites evolved the idea that they enjoyed the special protection of god (YHWH)”. The Ten Commandments are the exact words of God which were engraved on a stone that was given to Moses by god. As mentioned in the text book The Human

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