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Ten Commandments Monument returning to Montgomery Feb. 11

Feb 12, 2020

By Cherish Lombard

Judge Roy Moore, and his wife, Kayla Moore, President of the Foundation for Moral Law, announced that on Tuesday, February 11, 2020, the “Ten Commandments Monument” will be returning to Montgomery, Alabama, to be placed at One Dexter Avenue on the first floor of the Foundation for Moral Law.

Judge Moore stated, “One of the most important issues affecting our country is a lack of morality. The Ten Commandments represent the ‘Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God,’ upon which our Nation began in 1776. The Ten Commandments Monument will be returned to our state’s capital, only blocks from where it was removed in 2003, where it will stand as a continual memorial to the foundation of our laws. Today more than ever, we need to return to those laws and moral standards upon which our country was founded. Our decline as a nation will not be at the hand of a foreign power or external enemy but will occur only when we lose that virtue and morality, under God, upon which we began.”

Judge Moore added, “The Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God are not only the source of our morals but also our unalienable rights. We have the right to religious liberty because God said, ‘Thou shalt have no other gods before me,’ and we have the right to life because God said, ‘Thou shalt not kill.’

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3 comments on “Ten Commandments Monument returning to Montgomery Feb. 11

  • I have just had to read so many vulgar comments from Mr Moore I had to take a few minutes “time out” before commenting……..firstly as an atheist I believe I have more freedom than those who believe in a pseudo -Diety….. secondly I strongly disagree and take offence to bring told my and our  Morals from from a “Book” that was written that has no authenticity whatsoever , I could go on ……..

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  • @OP – God said, ‘Thou shalt have no other gods before me,’   and we have the right to life because God said, ‘Thou shalt not kill.’

    That rather careless god seems to have missed the bit about the holy right-wing requirement of  wearing crosses AND guns, as objects of  worship  in the USA! ☺

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  • I would say the most important issue is a lack of belief in the truth these days which under Republican attacks is on life support due to their constant lying.

    Feels like a never ending loop going over this non-existent Moses tale and the fairy story of the Exodus.  Story was lifted from the Babylonian King Sargon over two centuries earlier where he supposedly took a basket ride down a river also and went on to become a great leader. Problem with these oral fables are the massive embellishments from the purveyors who intended to affect the unsuspecting audience/populace with these stories for selfish intententions. Problem is these tactics still work in our so called modern age due to mental weakness among Humans who easily succumb to wishful thinking.

    We still live with the consequences of this fable with Israel claiming God gave them the deed to real property, but the story has not basis in truth as verified by extensive forensic archeology of the region.  They would have you believe they were lost in the desert till all those who had sinned had passed away but it is pretty obvious with a quick survey of the area that a blind man/woman could have stumbled out in weeks, not years.

    There was no Exodus and the Hebrews were never a slave class in Eqypt. Cutting to the chase, the Ten Commandments are only a figment of Human imagination and never had any purchase in the real world.  To use the current popular verbage the Ten Commanments is “Fake News”.

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