of the hardcore here because the site admits the existence of ''J: a writer who used Yahweh/Jehovah as the divine name.''
Most of it I've seen before, though the Egyptian connection was new. Book of the Dead, I've been told, was just that, so then how would those laws have affected the living left behind?
One difference I find significant is the last of The Ten.
Ex 20:17: ''Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife, nor his man-servant, nor his maid-servant, nor his ox, nor his ***, nor anything that is thy neighbor's.''
How do you detect envy? What CSI evidence does it leave behind? If non-detectable, then a mere human Solon would be foolish to include the prohibition. Sooner or later his adherents would start to drift away. It makes sense only if the Observer is permanent, all-seeing (or with many spy angels!), and is willing to help with those who are at the beginning of a deadly chain described succinctly by James.
Jas 1:14 ''but each person is tempted when he is lured and enticed by his own desire. Then desire when it has conceived gives birth to sin; and sin when it is full-grown brings forth death.''
The other points as well are covered by specific scriptures. The Book still gets my vote as best guide to life.
Again, don't forget the Law was about 600 items, but the first ten are certainly noteworthy in themselves. Not required for Christians, though. Look out! Here come the flames!!