"Thou shalt not commit adultery", one of the Ten Commandments, is found at
Exodus 20:14 of the Tanakh and Old Testament. What constitutes adultery is not
Thou shalt not commit adultery. Holman Christian Standard Bible Do not commit
adultery. International Standard Version "You are not to commit adultery.
Thou shalt not commit adultery by Baron Henri de Triqueti (1803-74). 1837.
Bronze bas-relief panel on the door of the Madeleine Place de La Madeleine,
We still hear the voice of Jehovah as it thundered down from Mount Sinai,
commanding, “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” (Ex. 20:14.) For over three
Thou shalt not commit adultery - Adultery, as defined by our laws, is of two kinds;
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“Thou shalt not commit adultery” can also read ”Thou shalt not break the peace of
a marriage!” By peace one naturally understands also harmony. That at the ...
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Christ said: "You have understood that it was said: 'You shall not commit adultery'
" (Mt 5:27). He had in mind God's commandment, the sixth in the Decalogue, ...