September 2004
Religion Book;2004, p440
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Information about the Ten Commandments is presented. It is the list of the Decalogue or the ten commandments of Moses brought down from Mount Sinai. It is believed to have been written by the very first finger of God on tablets of stone. They summarized the law that would define Israel and make her a unique nation of people. The first four laws govern the way humans are to respond to God. The next six describe how humans are to respond to each other.


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