Post by reber G=emc^2 Post by Double-A
Well, what I do know is there's no "FUCK" in the Bible!
One of the 10 commandments goes against fucking the girl next door. Bert
you can if you married to her.
I am the LORD thy God
No other gods before me
No graven images or likenesses
Not take the LORD's name in vain
Remember the sabbath day
Honour thy father and thy mother
Thou shalt not kill
Thou shalt not commit adultery
Thou shalt not steal
Thou shalt not bear false witness
Thou shalt not covet
1. I, the Lord, am your God. You shall not have other gods besides me.
2. You shall not take the name of the Lord God in vain
3. Remember to keep holy the Lord’s Day
4. Honor your father and your mother
5. You shall not kill
6. You shall not commit adultery
7. You shall not steal
8. You shall not bear false witness
9. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife
10. You shall not covet your neighbor’s goods
and for those who don't know physics.....
1 “I am the Lord thy God, thou shalt not have any strange gods before
This commandment forbids idolatry, the worship of false gods and
goddesses, and it excludes polytheism, the belief in many gods,
insisting instead on monotheism, the belief in one God. This commandment
forbids making golden calves, building temples to Isis, and worshipping
statues of Caesar, for example.
2 “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.”
The faithful are required to honor the name of God. It makes sense
that if you’re to love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and
strength, then you’re naturally to respect the name of God with equal
passion and vigor.
3 “Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day.”
The Jewish celebration of Sabbath (Shabbat) begins at sundown on
Friday evening and lasts until sundown on Saturday. Catholic,
Protestant, and Orthodox Christians go to church on Sunday, treating it
as the Lord’s Day instead of Saturday to honor the day Christ rose from
4 “Honor thy father and mother.”
This commandment obliges the faithful to show respect for their
parents — as children and adults. Children must obey their parents, and
adults must respect and see to the care of their parents, when they
become old and infirm.
5 “Thou shalt not kill.”
The better translation from the Hebrew would be “Thou shalt not
murder” — a subtle distinction but an important one to the Church.
Killing an innocent person is considered murder. Killing an unjust
aggressor to preserve your own life is still killing, but it isn’t
considered murder or immoral.
6 “Thou shalt not commit adultery.”
The sixth and ninth commandments honor human sexuality. This
commandment forbids the actual, physical act of having immoral sexual
activity, specifically adultery, which is sex with someone else’s spouse
or a spouse cheating on their partner. This commandment also includes
fornication, which is sex between unmarried people, prostitution,
pornography, homosexual activity, masturbation, group sex, rape, incest,
pedophilia, bestiality, and necrophilia.
7 “Thou shalt not steal.”
The seventh and tenth commandments focus on respecting and honoring
the possessions of others. This commandment forbids the act of taking
someone else’s property. The Catholic Church believes that this
commandment also denounces cheating people of their money or property,
depriving workers of their just wage, or not giving employers a full
day’s work for a full day’s pay. Embezzlement, fraud, tax evasion, and
vandalism are all considered extensions of violations of the Seventh
8 “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.”
The Eighth Commandment condemns lying. Because God is regarded as
the author of all truth, the Church believes that humans are obligated
to honor the truth. The most obvious way to fulfill this commandment is
not to lie — intentionally deceive another by speaking a falsehood. So a
good Catholic is who you want to buy a used car from.
9 “Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife.”
The Ninth Commandment forbids the intentional desire and longing for
immoral sexuality. To sin in the heart, Jesus says, is to lust after a
woman or a man in your heart with the desire and will to have immoral
sex with them. Just as human life is a gift from God and needs to be
respected, defended, and protected, so, too, is human sexuality.
Catholicism regards human sexuality as a divine gift, so it’s considered
sacred in the proper context — marriage.
10 “Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s goods.”
The Tenth Commandment forbids the wanting to or taking someone
else’s property. Along with the Seventh Commandment, this commandment
condemns theft and the feelings of envy, greed, and jealousy in reaction
to what other people have.
and the last 5, 11 through 15 lost by mel brooks
11. Lo Ta'avor - You shall not pass.
12. Lo Tatzkhik - You shall not make people laugh or Lo Titzkhak - You
shall not laugh.
13. Lo Tikneh - You shall not buy.
14. Lo Talunu - You shall not stay. (But the third letter may be a resh,
which makes translation difficult.)
15. Lo Teshaber - You shall not break.
AnonymousWednesday, May 22, 2013 at 9:51:00 AM EDT
Lo Ta'avor could be a reference to Monopoly (Do not pass go, do not
collect 200) or to one of Brooks' comic obsessions (as in Blazing
Saddles) namely, passing gas.
With regard to "Commandment" #14: The third letter is in fact a
"resh", and the word suggested by the Hebrew transliteration is: 'Thou
shalt not tolerate us!"
When transliterating into Hebrew, the "t" sound is substituted with
the letter "tet" and not "taf";
therefore, the confusion originates with the Hebraist who counseled
Mr. Brooks's prop master!
Lo teshaber means you shall not be broken but it is most probably Lo
tishbor which means you shall not break (in reference to breaking the
Lo Talunu (or maybe Lo Talun) - could also mean: You shall not complain