Ten Commandments is no violation
Published 2:36 am Wednesday, October 23, 2002
To the editor:
The Ten Commandments in any state or federal building is in no way a violation of separation of church and state. Our forefathers, many of whom were God-fearing men, in writing our Constitution simply wrote that no government had the right to interfere with the freedom to worship God. It would be a lot better world to live in if our political leaders were born again Christians. If you read the Bible, you will see that when the leaders and people of Israel served God, the nation was blessed. In the times when the leaders and people were evil, it brought the wrath of God upon them. We should have the Ten Commandments in every city, county, state and federal building in the United States.