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The Ten Commandments (a.k.a. Decalogue):

Web sites with Decalogue images.
Books on the Ten Commandments.
Links to other web sites.

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Internet sites featuring images of the Ten Commandments:

  • A simplified version of the Ten Commandments, in the form of a bumper sticker, was once available at: It paraphrases a saying by Jesus. However, it is no longer on that site. It would make a great bumper sticker for another vendor to sell to the public:

    Ten Commandments bumper sticker

  • "The Ten Commandments" web site at has articles, pictures, yard signs, T-shirts, stone tablets, window decals, and articles promoting the Ten Commandments.

  • Getty Images has a collection of pictures and images of the Ten Commandments. See:

  • Free Bible Images has a section on Moses and the Ten Commandments at:

  • Dreamstime has numerous images of the Ten Commandments for sale at:

  • ShutterStock has numerous images of the Ten Commandments for sale at:

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Reference books on the Ten Commandments:

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More books on the Ten Commandments scanned from the data base:

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Links to other Internet sites that discuss the Ten Commandments:

  • The text of the Ten Commandments in Exodus 20 is shown at for many Bible translations.

  • The Catechism of the Catholic Church lists the text of the Ten Commandments from Exodus 20, Deuteronomy 5, and a traditional Catechetical formula. See:

  • "Promote the Ten Commandments," is a pro-life web site that supplies many essays about the Decalogue from a conservative Christian viewpoint: why they should be displayed, latest news, what the Bible says, etc. The web site advertises many products for sale: T-shirts, bumper stickers, car magnets, decals, etc. See:

  • "The Ten Commandments List" compares how various religions & denominations divide the full text into ten separate Commandments. See:

  • Christopher Hitchens and Jacques del Conte suggest that although the Commandments"... were set in stone .. it may be time for a re-chisel." See:

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Latest update: 2016-NOV-23
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