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* Discovered after [[Isaac Newton]]'s death, he interpreted this to clearly identify ''the Lord thy God'' as having ''brought thee out of the land of Egypt'' not being [[Jesus]]. For this reason Newton considered [[Trinitarianism]] as a violation of the first commandment.
 
* Discovered after [[Isaac Newton]]'s death, he interpreted this to clearly identify ''the Lord thy God'' as having ''brought thee out of the land of Egypt'' not being [[Jesus]]. For this reason Newton considered [[Trinitarianism]] as a violation of the first commandment.
 
* What other gods? We are constantly told that there is one god and this god is clearly telling us to not accept any other gods, at least not before him.
 
* What other gods? We are constantly told that there is one god and this god is clearly telling us to not accept any other gods, at least not before him.
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* In Exodus, God also ''hardened the heart'' of the pharaoh on several occasions prolonging their 'house of bondage' and having them chased unnecessarily.
  
 
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[[Category:Commandments]]

Revision as of 03:05, 25 November 2007

Exodus 20:1-3 Bible-icon.png And God spake all these words, saying, I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt have no other gods before me.

Counter Apologetics

  • Discovered after Isaac Newton's death, he interpreted this to clearly identify the Lord thy God as having brought thee out of the land of Egypt not being Jesus. For this reason Newton considered Trinitarianism as a violation of the first commandment.
  • What other gods? We are constantly told that there is one god and this god is clearly telling us to not accept any other gods, at least not before him.
  • In Exodus, God also hardened the heart of the pharaoh on several occasions prolonging their 'house of bondage' and having them chased unnecessarily.
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