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What time does the Ten Commandments start?

What time does the Ten Commandments start?

7 p.m. ET
The Ten Commandments traditionally airs the Saturday before Easter so look for at the end of March/first of April. This year is no different. The Charlton Heston classic is scheduled to air at 7 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 3, 2021 on ABC.

Why is the Ten Commandments played every Easter?

It never occurred to me as a kid, but of course The Ten Commandments was airing on Easter because the holiday usually coincides with the celebration of Passover: The story of the children of Israel being led out of slavery in Egypt and into freedom in the Promised Land is celebrated during Passover, and that’s the …

Where did Moses get the Ten Commandments from?

Tablets of Stone. When God finished speaking to Moses on Mount Sinai, he gave him two tablets of stone inscribed by the very finger of God. The tablets contained the Ten Commandments. Meanwhile, the people of Israel had become impatient while waiting for Moses to return with a message from God.

Where is the first record of the Ten Commandments?

The first written record of the Ten Commandments is found in Exod. 20:2-17. Just before this, Exod. 20:1 says, “ And God spoke all these words, saying: ” And Exod. 31:18 says, “ And when He had made an end of speaking with him on Mount Sinai, He gave Moses two tablets of the Testimony, tablets of stone, written with the finger of God.

Who was the author of the Ten Commandments twice?

In Deuteronomy 10:1-5, Moses went on to repeat to the people that it was God who had twice written the Ten Commandments. Clearly, it was God, not Moses, who wrote the Ten Commandments both times.

How many times was the Ten Commandments stone tablets broken?

Two times. Moses broke the first set that God made in anger throwing them down because of the people’s sin. In Exodus 31:18 it says the tablets of stone were inscribed by the finger of God. In Exodus 32:15–16, it says the writing on both sides were the writing of God, engraved on the tablets.

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