Imagine for a moment that you are a perfectly Good and All-Knowing Being. Imagine that your core attributes include love, truth, justice and mercy. Imagine that the qualities you want to spread in humankind are love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness and kindness — what the writer of Galatians called the “fruit of the Spirit.” Imagine that what you most want is for people to fulfill two “Great Commandments” — to love God and to love their neighbors as themselves — and that, as the writer of Matthew said, anything else you tell them is just a way to get there. Imagine that you are going to take one shot — well, ok, two — at dictating Ten Commandments that will be timeless and universally relevant, literally and metaphorically written in stone. Think this list of Ten Commandments would have changed the course of history. Crusades, the Inquisition, the American Holocaust, or Slave Trade, and the Iraq War.