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Students Fight Back to Save Ten Commandments

Gene276 Wrote: May 10, 2013 3:47 PM
Has that group cleaned up their state yet? Maybe they should stay home and take care of business there? A sign does not talk trying to change your mind between atheism and Christianity. I bet 10% of the students have never stopped to read it because they are well grounded in their beliefs already. The atheist needs to ponder those words and follow as such.
Dean197 Wrote: May 11, 2013 1:14 PM
That the target of the plaques is REALLY non-Christians does not help your case. But let's ponder: It's unConstitutional for the government of the USA to enforce the first three Commandments, as it would violate freedom of religion. All civilizations condemn adultery, murder, theft, and perjory; so those four aren't unique at all, they're just a matter of not wanting to allow what you don't want done to you. It's an observable fact that honoring your mother and father doesn't guarantee you a long life. Our entire economy is based on coveting. The Sabbath is specifically Abrahamic, it's as good a day off as any, but notice we've cut it down to 'five days shall you labor' instead of six.