Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by The Irish Ram, Jul 28, 2012.
Think about the 10 commandments. How many of them can you recite?
I had to learn them to be confirmed, and my son is in confirmation classes now...so I've had a little refresher course. I could have named all of them before, but maybe not in the exact order.
Umm...you have the right to remain silent, don't fear the reaper, you can tune a piano but you can't tunafish, you can pick your friends and you can pick your nose but you can't pick your friend's nose...
That's all I can remember for now.
Love you Lord, your God with all your heart.
Love your brother as yourself.
That takes care of all of them
Jesus added to the list of 10 and if 1 John 4:21 is all we ever learn, it is all we'll ever need. I agree with you.
I was refering to the original 10. What we were given before the arrival of Jesus. In 1 John 5: 3, keeping God's commandants shows our love for God.
With me it's like the seven dwarfs. I know all their names but one usually evades my memory when I try to list them.
hortysir, Can I thank you again for your sig. line?
2. Bear false witness
3. Covet thy neighbors wife
4. Honor mom and pop
5. Keep the Lord's day
6. Have no other Gods
7. Covet thy neighbor's house
I know them well.
As an especially crap Christian, I smashed 9 of them.
Adultery was my favourite and most oft broken.
In that case, I hope your wife remembers the do not kill one.
Separate names with a comma.