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PollPositioned August 17th, 2016 2:03am

The "Ten Commandments" were taken from a 1550 BC Egyptian funerary text that we call, "The book of the dead". It was a guide by which one was expected to live in order to be accepted into the after-life upon his/her death. Cool, huh?

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GingerFascist Ireland
08/16/16 8:51 pm

Poll, I see you already got the idiotic Christians. Lol. It's amazing really how every religion built off of each other. Christianity for example was and is a mix of Assyrian, Sumerian, Greek, Germanic and Egyptian Mythology, with the Jewish God and Jewish Mythology to top it all off.

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GlockMan1 Alabama
08/16/16 7:36 pm

And you believe the book of the dead over the Bible? Very sad.

PollPositioned Just Curious
08/16/16 7:59 pm

Uhm... It existed thousands of years before Christ was ever even a thing.
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GlockMan1 Alabama
08/16/16 8:07 pm

The book of the dead contains "spells". There is nothing in it even close to the 10 Commandments.

PollPositioned Just Curious
08/16/16 8:11 pm

You're right, it contains "spells" to help get one past the gates of what we now call heaven, the after-life.
But, you're wrong that it has nothing resembling the 10 c's.
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Sorry.

RunnerDude
08/16/16 8:22 pm

The Ten Commandments came from the BIBLE. Not some hocus Pocus spell book