If you’re going to make a point, at least be accurate. This is my correction of this post. The original post has one issue, namely that it places the Israelite law in the New Testament — never mind that the date is also wrong. The earliest book in the NT is Mark (70 A.D.). Nonetheless, the Israelite law is found in the book of Exodus. Therefore, the focus should be on laws that predate the laws in Exodus. In any case, Exodus is a myth, Moses is non-historical and there’s no way a celestial child murderer handed down the original code of ethics.