Do We Really Need to Display the Ten Commandments in Classrooms?

Do we really want to go there?

Marcus Musick
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If you want to read about the Ten Commandments, you no longer have to go to church or open your Bible.

These commandments will be on display in all classrooms in Louisiana. There is nothing quite like mixing religion and government together. I’m sure this will solve all of the problems in the state.

I’m a Christian, and I think it’s a terrible idea to make it a law to require the Ten Commandments to be displayed in every classroom.

Do we really want to enforce religious beliefs on everyone?

Who in their right mind thinks this is going to have a positive impact on anyone? All it will do is create more anger and resentment.

Anyone who wants to force religious beliefs on other people should focus more on their relationship with God instead of trying to impose their views on the world.

How would they feel if Muslims were the majority and everyone had to pray at a certain time?

No one wants to be forced to do anything.

Maybe Louisiana wouldn’t be the second poorest state in the nation if they actually focused on real issues.

Louisiana is also ranked as the second most dangerous state, but I’m sure the Ten Commandments will solve all of that.