7 Things forbidden by the Bible

Idolatry: Worshipping idols or false gods is strictly forbidden in the Bible, as seen in the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:3-6).

Murder: The Bible unequivocally condemns taking another person's life without just cause (Exodus 20:13).

Adultery: Committing adultery, which involves sexual relations outside of a lawful marriage, is condemned (Exodus 20:14).

False Witness: Bearing false witness, or lying under oath, is prohibited (Exodus 20:16).

Coveting: Envy and coveting another person's possessions or spouse are discouraged (Exodus 20:17).

Blasphemy: Using the name of God in vain or blaspheming is considered disrespectful and inappropriate (Exodus 20:7).

Sexuality: Leviticus 18:22 and 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 are interpreted to condemn homosexuality. These passages can be interpreted differently.

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