School Board Unanimously Votes Not to Restore Ten Commandments Plaque Following Removal

School Board Unanimously Votes Not to Restore Ten Commandments Plaque Following Removal.

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6 thoughts on “School Board Unanimously Votes Not to Restore Ten Commandments Plaque Following Removal

  1. I suppose it’s judgemental and so unacceptable to contemporary, liberal progressives to forbid things like murder, theft, envy, adultery, violence, blasphemy, pagan revels and respect for religious institutions. After all, who gave God the authority to put moral limits on human behaviour?

  2. Two things jump out here. First, the vote of those supervising the public school was unanimous. So, a collective and total rejection. Second, in effect they were given a second chance to ‘restore the law of Moses’ which is demanded of us by God in the last chapter of the Old Testament. (Malachi 4) Not meaning we are to be perfect, but meaning we are expected to make an effort, and not overtly rebel.

    Obviously, the Ten Commandments summarizes and simplifies Mosaic law, for both Jew and Gentile. It’s also an iconic vestige of former America.

    Doubling is a common eschatological theme in Scripture, particularly when national judgment is involved.

    The wheat separates itself. Cheers.

  3. Someone should ask the Progs on the school board just which of the Ten Commandments they find most objectionable?

    Of course, progs believe that violating all of them is virtuous behavior, so there you go.

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