Old Testament


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Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia

Tristan Sherwin
Jesus helps us to see when people break the second and third commandments.
Tristan Sherwin, Living the Dream?: The Problem with Escapist, Exhibitionist, Empire-Building Christianity

Robert G. Ingersoll
Some Christian lawyers—some eminent and stupid judges—have said and still say, that the Ten Commandments are the foundation of all law. Nothing could be more absurd. Long before these commandments were given there were codes of laws in India and Egypt—laws against murder, perjury, larceny, adultery and fraud. Such laws are as old as human society; as old as the love of life; as old as industry; as the idea of prosperity; as old as human love. All of the Ten Commandments that are good were old; ...more
Robert G Ingersoll, About The Holy Bible

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