The Book of Exodus
In Exodous, God gives the Ten Commandments to his people. These Ten Commandments is yet another indicator of God's personality and his attitudes. He does not want people to follow and see him as an object like many great worriers who are strong and has good fighting skills like Achilles in the Iliad. Also, God demands to be set apart from and held supreme over other Gods (If other Gods exist). He is very strict, and he does not want any one to believe in any other God besides him. He wants everyone to do what he expects him or her to do with no questions asked. …
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