What type of rules are the 10 Commandments?
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Asked in Christianity, History
What are the rules Christians have to follow in the Bible?
The christians have to follow the 10 commandments. The 10 commandments were for the Jews, the purpose was to show us we can not keep them, and need to have blood shed for the remission of sins, hence Jesus dieing on the cross for our sins, Jesus summed up the 10 commandments into two, Love God and love your neighbor.
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What was the rules of Christianity?
What did a person that believes in Judaism have to do?
Asked in Judaism
What is the 10 comanments?
the 10 commandments are rules that god made so that we can feel his love and be happy throw out our lives . Answer: The Ten Commandments are a list of do's and don'ts found in the religious texts of the Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam). For Jews and Christians several versions of the commandments are found that represent between 10 and 25 direct instructions from their god See Link)
Was the 10 commandments based on an ancient myth?
There is nothing available regarding this to actually be based on a myth. The 10 commandments are probably for real as in actually having existed and being written down. This does not have to be due to a God or not. It may simply be a person that came up with the first laws that "his" society was to obey by. Whether we believe in God or do not believe, the actual 10 commandments are not bad rules to follow.
Asked in Christianity
How do the ten commandments affect Christians?
im not sure if this is what your looking for but i hope i can help? If you look up a picture of the 10 commandments ( what they are ) you can tell yourself how the rules would affect them. If you find this hard, just think about it like you would if the rules would apply to you, how youd be affected, afterall, christians are the same as you and me
Asked in Old Testament
Why were the Ten Commandments important to the Hebrew religion?
A: In spite of biblical claims to their great antiquity, the Ten Commandments that we have today were relatively recent additions to Jewish lore. The first three commandments are essentially different ways of saying to worship no other god, rules that would have been meaningless before Judah had begun to adopt monotheism in the late monarchy. The Ten Commandments prohibited the worship of the old gods, a critical step in the evolution of Hebrew religion towards modern Judaism. They also required observance of the Sabbath, something that set the Jews apart from their neighbours. The remaining Ten Commandments were general rules that helped define the proper functioning of a civilised society and protection of property rights. Answer 2 The 10 commandments are a theme of commandments given at Mount Sinai to Moshe (moses). They reveal the intent of the Torah (law), much as the two greatest commandments (to love Yahweh with everything and love your neighbor as yourself) show the innermost heart of the Torah. The 10 commandments were not as literal as "just these 10" as many would think, but more as a 10 themes that contained the remainder of the commands. This is why the 10 commandments listed in Exodus 34 are different than the other two times the 10 commandments are mentioned.