Tag Archives: Ten Commandments

Public Display

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To listen to today’s reflection as a podcast, click here In the year 2000, a controversy of biblical proportions suddenly became a lead news item across America. Roy Moore, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the state of Alabama, authorized the installation of a sculpted facsimile of the Ten Commandments outside his courthouse. Moore was warned that his actions violated the Constitutional separation… Read more »

Generation to Generation

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To listen to this reflection as a podcast, click here. By and large, the Ten Commandments are wonderfully brief and straightforward. Don’t lie.  Don’t murder.  Don’t steal.  Don’t commit adultery.  The second commandment is a bit more complex: “Don’t make for yourself an image in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below.  Don’t bow… Read more »