Nashville Businesses Post 10 Commandments And Hope For Change

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CarrieGerenScogg ins

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Mar 28, 2013
 

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It is private property and so they are allowed to do so legally. I hope that the end result is people realizing that some actions are sinful, and that wrong doers suffer. Our laws were based on the laws of God in Leviticus, if more people f...ollowed them, and at this point more teens knew what the 10 commandments are... Then we would have less crime. Our laws such as Murder, theft/robbery/burglary/grand larceny, purgery, fraud, assult, assault with a deadly weapon, DUI, drugs, forgery, not paying child support, rape, incest, molestation, chld pornography, slander (God hates slander, Proverbs), spousal abuse (a man is to be no striker), ect. would not longer exist. Other evil that may not be illegal by our laws which pervert the culture would also end, such as abortion/killing the unborn child, pornography as Jesus said any man that looketh upon a woman to lust after her has already committed adultery in his heart, sexism as the man is to treat his wife as Jesus treated the church, insults/harassment/abuse as Jesus said do unto others as you would have them do unto you. What a clean nice world it could be if people turned back to a Christian moral standard!See More
Some digital billboards in Nashville are now displaying a copy of the Ten Commandments. What do you think about this? WKRN Todd Dunn has the story. >>>> http://bit.ly/XldmaY
Hillbillyboy

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Mar 28, 2013
 
I think it is commendable.

But I think I hear an army of liberal democrat politicians, leftist news media, and lawyers (and lots and lots of Federal Judges) just chomping at the bit for their chance to move in and attack.

Especially the Supreme Court, who would probably rule it as "hate speech". That is, by a ruling of 5-4 in favor of the liberal democrats on the bench.

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Apr 2, 2013
 
First off, our nations laws were not based on the bible.

Secondly, where is the rest of the laws? I don't see you promoting slavery, women marrying their rapists, stoning unruly children, or talking about banning shrimp, round haircuts, or clothes made of 2 kinds of cloth as Leviticus commands.

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