The Ten Commandments in Alabama courthouse has been one of the biggest issues going on in the country. America, a country built upon human rights and freedom is now taking away citizens liberty slowly but sure. Also we are dealing with a situation that is a clear abuse of judicial power to destroy one of the most fundamental rights of our citizenship. One nation under God was their cry and declaration upon the laws of nature. Upon God they built a mighty nation but now taking away God's word out of school and judicial buildings and teaching evolution.
A great nation built upon the word of God that all men were created equal was a truth self evidence. Our forefathers pledged their sacred honor and sought His wise directions. They lifted an appeal to God for the entire world to see and declared their independence forever to be free. I'm glad they " re not here with us to see the mess we " re in. We have given up our righteousness for a life of indulgent sin. For when abortion isn't murder and sodomy is deemed a right, then evil is now called good and darkness is now called light.
Children are told not to pray in schools and they are teaching evolution, when will they teach them about the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom and truth. Due to the corruption and dishonesty of judges, they do not want to see the Ten Commandments in courthouses to feel guilt of their corrupt and dishonesty ways. Truth and law were founded on God of all creations but now man is separating truth from the law to suit their own needs. "It is our duty as citizens to make our voices be heard and ensure our rights to display the Ten Commandments in our public buildings.
The Supreme Court may be the final judicial authority in our land but they are not the ultimate authority." Said Governor Sonny Perdue. We need to use our rights as citizens to place the Ten Commandments in our school and public buildings for us to read and remember laws like, "Thy shall not steal", "Thy shall not kill", "Honor your father and mother", and "Love your neighbor as yourself." These are just a few of them. "It is about the right of our people to acknowledge our creator in a public place," said Senator Zell Miller. The first amendment says, "Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." Said Judge Roy S.
Moore. Also he said, "Not only does judge Thompson put himself above the law but above God, as well. I say enough is enough. We must "dare defend our rights" as Alabama's state motto declares."No judge or man can dictate what we believe or in whom we believe" says Alabama's motto. Others will let you believe that all judicial buildings across the country are public property. It will offend other religious denominations or groups.
Also the judicial system said, "It is the violation of the first amendment to the constitution of the United States of America." Most people will even say the church and state have nothing in common. Some supporters against the monument in the courthouse complained about the weight and size of it. Some said, "It was too big" and other said, "it was too heavy" to be placed in a courthouse. In my opinion, there is nothing wrong for the judge to place Ten Commandments monument in the courthouse. My reason is that, if the American dollar bears the motto "In God We Trust" then why can we place Ten Commandments in public places. It does not have to offend anybody because if it offends other religions then the motto "In God We Trust" should offend them too.
Also if the courthouse is a public place, then the dollar bills are public money too so we need to take the motto "In God we trust" print out of the dollar. I am wondering whether the Ten Commandments displays ought to be tolerated by first amendment believers, much as we have been able to live with the prayerful invocations that begins each session of congress and the motto on our currency, "In God We Trust", not to mention the supreme courts own call to order, "God Save This Honorable Court." With all that has been mention above, the judicial system denies the Ten Commandments from it buildings. And it turns out that the Ten Commandments do not fit easily into this category. Indeed, it takes naivet'e-one is tempted to say ignorance, but that would be too strong to believe that a single rendition of Ten Commandments could be considered universal or nonsectarian.
Hope that we all as a nation realize that, the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom.