- n. alternative spelling of Decalogue.
“Obj. 2: Further, whatever is against a precept of the decalogue is a mortal sin.”
“_I answer that, _ The precepts of the decalogue are the first principles of the Law: and the natural reason assents to them at once, as to principles that are most evident.”
“Now the precepts of the decalogue are the first principles of the whole Divine Law.”
“Hence, since the precepts of the decalogue are the first precepts of the Law, they direct man to his parents rather than to his country and other kindred.”
“Now the precepts of the decalogue are the most important in the Divine law.”
“The words of the decalogue are His words, xx. 1, and the protest against the calf-worship (xxxii. -xxxiv.) is an indirect plea for His spirituality.”
“Strange, a man will admit smashing those ten articles of advisement known as the decalogue and yet deny the inherent quality which surrenders the admission -- vanity.”
“His decalogue was a monologue, consisting but of one commandment: Do your duty.”
“Masonry has its decalogue, which is a law to its Initiates.”
“I will read and expound to them some part of the decalogue, which is the method I have pursued ever since”
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