Friday, November 4, 2016

Major World Religions Supposedly All Have The Same Commandments. Yet When You Read The Bible You Will Actually Find The Commandment To Love Your Brother. This commandment is not so much a priority in other religions.

I thought I was vaguely pretty clear. I’m looking for the traits most common to the seven major world religions…. The Te Commandments were “for example.”

Harry Riches
Harry Riches,Answer requested by Mike Fielder

Firstly, the Ten Commandments are not common to all religions; although, many ignorantly claim they are.
The First of the Ten Commandments relates to the the deliverance of the Hebrews out of Egypt.
The Second Commandment specifically speaks about God visiting the iniquity of those who hate Him to the third and fourth generation.
The Third Commandment speaks about people who take His Name in vain, this does not mean profane language, but claiming to know the God who delivered the Hebrews from Egypt and not keeping His commandments.
The Fourth Commandment, the Hebrews were commanded to observe because they had been delivered from slavery to the Egyptians.
The Fifth Commandment is not just about honoring one’s parents, but that God Himself promises to give anyone who does not violate this in any way an inheritance.
As for murder, stealing, adultery, there are prohibitions with varying caveats within every religion.
Coveting is not a prohibition in every religion, although there may be warnings about those who covet.
The only prohibition that appears to be common among all the religions is you shall not bear false witness against your neighbor (meaning, member of your religion).

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