High court declines Decalogue case

June 2001
Christian Century;06/06/2001, Vol. 118 Issue 18, p9
Reports that the United States Supreme Court has declined to hear a case in which an Indiana town's display of the Ten Commandments was found to be unconstitutional. Ruling of an appellate court on the case; Remarks from Chief Justice William Rehnquist on the Ten Commandments.


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