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This article deals with a central question regarding the interpretation of the tenth commandment, namely "do the two verbs that are translated with covet/desire in the tenth commandment refer to a solely mental attitude or do they necessarily imply action to make the object of desire one's own?" The Decalogue forms part of the relationship between God and Israel where certain values regarding life and harmony in the covenant community is promoted. The proposal of this article is that desire asdoi:10.7833/81-0-741 fatcat:fps4o7donzgnpplelinrzyl3ji