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The Ten Commandments.
- ‘There is considerable debate in the U.S. whether the Decalogue should be posted in public schools, public parks, government offices, etc, and under which circumstances posting is constitutional.’
- ‘The Decalogue contains the essence of the Greek philosophers understanding of the moral life, which they called the good-life.’
- ‘What relation does the Decalogue have to our understanding of God's will today?’
- ‘Not long ago the Decalogue was a venerable standard of morality acknowledged by all.’
- ‘Using the example of a veiled Moses descending from Mount Sinai after receiving the Decalogue (Exodus 33.29 - 35), Paul talks about the need for Christological understanding to ‘open up’ the Law and the Prophets to their interior, spiritual meaning.’
Late Middle English: via French and ecclesiastical Latin from Greek dekalogos (biblos) (book of) the Ten Commandments, from hoi deka logoi the Ten Commandments (literally the ten sayings).
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