The Ten Amendments

brook, doug
March 2015
Southern Jewish Life;Mar2015, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p54
The author presents a humorous, updated version of the Ten Commandments. Topics discussed include a reiteration of the evils of slavery, accepting other people's religious beliefs, and a warning against being vain. Also mentioned are resting on Sabbath, honoring one's parents, and dealing with feelings of envy for a neighbor's possessions.


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