Thou shalt not commit adultery

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Exodus 20:14 Bible-icon.png Thou shalt not commit adultery.

Counter Apologetics

  • The punishment prescribed in Leviticus is death. Most modern cultures would frown on such an extreme punishment.
  • The reason for this rule was to preserve male bloodlines and male power without needing to guess the paternity of children.
  • This is not a law in the United States and such a law would be unconstitutional. Apologists claiming the Ten Commandments are the source for the United States legal code are clearly wrong.
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