The Ten Commandments list such imperatives as "You shall not kill," "You shall not commit adultery" and "You shall not steal." The commandments also demand that no other gods be worshipped other than the one giving these... More »

If you are unfamiliar with the Bible or have not heard the full list of the Ten Commandments in a while, you probably know these: "do not lie" and "do not steal." The prohibition against murder is also commonly known, an... More »

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The 10 Commandments are found in the Old Testament section of the Bible. They are first listed in the book of Exodus in chapter 20 and then again in the book of Deuteronomy in chapter five. More »

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The Ten Commandments, drawn from Exodus 20:2-17 and Deuteronomy 5:6-21 in the Bible, include prohibitions forbidding idolatry, taking God's name in vain, murder, adultery and stealing. They also include commands to honor... More »

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The Ten Commandments are a set of biblical principles that outline instructions on ethics and worship practices in the Jewish and Christian religions. The Ten Commandments deal with subjects such as adultery, murder, bla... More »

The Ten Commandments are a set of laws given to the Jewish people in the Old Testament. In Exodus 20, the Bible says that God himself spoke the Ten Commandments to Moses on Mount Sinai and the laws were transcribed onto ... More »

Another name for the Ten Commandments is the "Decalogue." This literally means "10 words" and more specifically refers to those 10 words revealed directly by God to his followers. More »