According to Jewish law, one will remain a Jew even if they don't practice Judaism or they do not believe in God. This follows the written text of Torah scrolls and combines verses 2 through 6 into one commandment; that is, it includes the prohibitions of idolatry in the first commandment.
In Deuteronomy there is an attempt there to regulate society to create equality among more people. If however these are the very words of God, what is one to make of them? There even exists an inscription of the ten commandments found in Los Lunas, New Mexico, written in ancient Hebrew, the angular letters used before the Babylonian exile.
This is true of a religious institution, a corporation, a sports team, or even a family. Thou shalt not steal 9.
We have a people who are enslaved and they cry out to God for help and God doesn't turn away he sends Moses. After 40 years of wandering in the desert, the generation that had been there when God recited the Ten Commandments at Har Sinai had predominantly died out.
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