Originally Posted by rosends
I still think that there is some basic confusion regarding what you are pointing to. Judaism has 613 basic laws/commandments. Ten sayings were given orally at Sinai during the revelation of God's glory, and were engraved on tablets (2 sets of tablets -- the first was destroyed when Mo dropped it). The text is recounted twice with subtle, yet important differences, in Ex 20 and Deut 5. The clearest way for you to get a sense of "which ones" is to decide what you are looking for -- the other laws you recount (in Ex 34 for example) are no less important but were not on the tablets.
I know about the set of 613 basic laws/commandments. But the question clearly referred to what is known as the "Ten Commandments", and asked for the "real" ones (and as it was posted here, that should mean the Judean version).
So for a review I posted in my previous entry all the versions I know of the "Ten Commandments".
Do you mean to say that what was called in my post the "Hebrew Ten Commandments" and which you call "sayings" are no commandments at all for Judaism?
What happened to the commandments (out of the total number of 20) that were not used in the current Hebrew set ? Into the basic laws/commandments ?
Alternatively : are the two sets of different "Ten Commandments" partly or completely passed on into these basic laws/commandments and are the "Ten Commandments" as such not used ?