Beyond the commandments

May 2005
Christian Century;5/3/2005, Vol. 122 Issue 9, p5
Reports on issues arising from the constitutionality of displaying the Ten Commandments on government properties in the U.S. Perception of the public on the public display of the commandments according to a poll conducted by Gallup; Speculations on the stand of the Supreme Court on the issue; Moral and religious implications of obeying the commandments.


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