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In
Exodus we know that Moses is the one who took the two stone tablets up to the
top of Mount Sinai. These two tablets were soon to be known as the Law.  While Moses was there he witnessed that God is
the one who wrote the Ten Commandments on the two stone tablets. This took some
time, so while Moses was gone the Israelites decided that something had become
of Moses and that they were going to have their own gods, it was that of a
golden calf and was known to be an idol. “While Moses was on Mount Sinai the
people of Israel had rejected the only God they knew, until now. They had
turned to worshipping the golden calf as their god.”1 It was under
this kind of declaration, “These are your gods. O Israel, who brought you up
out of the land of Egypt!” (Exod 32:8) This act of the Israelites had angered
Moses when he returned, he threw down the templets and broke them.  The Lord told Moses to, “Cut two more tablets
of stone like the first ones and I will write on them like the first ones that
you broke.”2 These stone templets were later known as the covenant
text (Exod 34:10-26).Victor
Hamilton makes it clear the importance of the commandment and that it was the Covenant
of Sinai. This is because this is “the first time that Moses ascends Sinai, that
God spoke to Moses. Hamilton also referred the Commandment as “ten words” which
is Hebrew and can be found in (Deut 4:13, 10:4: Exod 34:28).”3 I was
also said that the Catholica and Lutherans are with in Commandment one and two.
They believed that it was protecting the Lord. In commandment three it was said
to be the tradition of the Jews and the Protestants. While the rest of the
commandment was to be in difference between all four groups. However, Hamilton
breaks it down very well according to the Bible. “Hamilton says, that the first
four Commandments are related to the relationship that we are to have with God.
The last six Commandments are how we should act towards other people, which is
our relationship with others.”4