True, but the point I'm trying to also make is that most Christians have no idea what the ten commandments actually were. Their bibles have a page annotation on Exodus 20 that says Ten Commandments. But the bible never calls those the 10 commandments. Rightfully so, most people also think of the stone tablets carved by god as being the true 10 commandments. But even the famous 10 commandments movie doesn't get that list right.
In Exodus 34, god tells Moses he's replacing the stone tablets that Moses broke. Doesn't say he's rewriting them. He's replacing the broken ones. Then it give a list and says these are the Ten Commandments. And the list is mostly different from the ones most people usually think of when they think of the ten commandments.
The ones in Exodus 20 are actually better, IMO. They have some practical advice like don't kill, don't steal, etc. Not things like not including yeast in your blood sacrifice.
But all over you used to see these debates about monuments with the ten commandments. And mostly they showed a stone tablet or tablets with a list of commands that was NEVER on the tablets. IF you were to put the correct words that were on the tablet on the monuments, most Christians would be in an outrage because it's all this Jewish "stuff". Festival of Weeks? WTF is that? Where's the REAL 10 commandments? Sorry, but those are the REAL ones - according to the bible's own words.