In your article Which Ten Commandments, I think you might want to mention that the only version in the Bible to use the word "Commandment" was in reference to the second set (after Moses broke the first). You know, the boiling a goat in its Mother's milk version? At least this is what I have read. I haven't verified this myself.
However, if true, I feel that this is an important point, especially since Bible thumpers want their "Commandments" posted everywhere. They may think twice after learning that the only "real" Commandments are not what they have been taught, and are forced to actually read this nonsense.
From: "Positive Atheism" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Ten Commandments
Date: Wednesday, June 14, 2000 4:23 PM
The Bible thumpers don't thump the Bible, but cram their own agendas and call it the Bible.
Besides, only if and only if we could verify the accuracy of the Bible would we rightly talk about "real" Commandments as opposed to other ones. Ah, but the contrary happens to be the case: every time I open it up I am reminded of itisdlfs Our only point was that according to the tale, there are two different versions; thus, we have a discrepancy in what is alleged to be the perfect "Word of God."
And they want this posted on the school-room wall to promote truthfulness, among other things.
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