I think you mean to use the words "Ten Commandments" in a sentence. Here are some examples. The Bible says that Moses was given ten commandments. There are ten commandments on that page. Our company rules have ten commandments we… Full Answer
The Ten Commandments contain universal moral codes that can be found in almost all religions. It has been said that they are largely a repetition of the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi and the Hindu Vedas, among others. Where they do… Full Answer
In Exodus 31:18 the Ten Commandments are called the terms of the covenant. Also in Exodus 34:28, the explicit name 'Ten Commandments' is applied to the laws that were written on the stone tablets. The Ten Commandments, also known as… Full Answer
Yes, the Ten Commandments (Exodus ch.20) are part of the Torah, which contains hundreds of commandments. (Note that the phrase "Ten Commandments" is not a correct translation of the original name. In Hebrew, they are called "Asseret HaDibrot" which means… Full Answer
no, Not specifically the ten commandments. Hindus follow vedas and other religious texts, which guide them through their life and explain their duties. It is kind of detailed version of Ten commandments, just with a lot more commandments.