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10 Commandments Day

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Is this the beginning of the end of freedom?
In America thousand of people will join together in celebrating the first 10 commandments day on the 7th of May 2006. They say they are making a stand for the Ten commandments. But after some reading into it is quite clear these people will not stop until they get laws.

It is quite ironic really that these religions should be campaigning for laws enforcing the 10 commandments as they have used phrases like "the law has been done away with" or been "nailed to the cross" or "all we need is love". There clearly must be some ulterior-motive. If you look at the 10 commandments closely it becomes quite clear what these people are after.

The 10 commandments say:

1. Have no other gods other than God
2. Don't make immage to worship (basically same as above)
3. Do not take God's name in vain. (So no more OMFGz0r :( )
4. Remember the sabbath day
5. Respect your mum and Dad
6. Do not kill
7. Do not commit Adultery
8. Do not steal
9. Do not lie
10. Do not covet (or crave) other peoples stuff.

These may sound like a good set of rules to live by but when put into laws these can become harsh and press the boundries of liberty and free speech.

Could you immagine being made to go to church by law, fined for saying "oh my God!" or "for Christ's sake!". The sorry situation is that this is being hid under a outershell of "Do not kill", "Do not steal" ect. which when it comes to the crunch we all agree shouldn't happen but by using religion to make the world a better place things will only get worse.

For more information on this and who is backing this potentially threatening movement check out www.tencommandmentsday.com

Comments

drew_m_noelon May 07 2006 - 22:51:38
Good job, i kno number 9 as 'dont bear false witness' but its the same difPfft 8/10
wolfmankurdon May 07 2006 - 23:22:43
I like, 10 as do not covert thy neibourghs oxen.,
crazy_sniperon May 08 2006 - 00:53:34
kinda like PETA(should burn in hell imho) They have the right idea, jsut dont go about doing it correctly, and are extremely liberal, if htats the right term.
ImperfectTruthon May 08 2006 - 04:00:39
"An eye for an eye just makes the whole world blind" Mahatma Gandhi Just thought I'd share my favorite quote of all time Wink Good job on this.
cubeman372on May 08 2006 - 07:16:23
I did some more research and found out that at one time in Virginia, US, they used to have a Sunday Law. It was punishable by death. I hope this doesn't come around again. All it takes is a natural disaster or terrorists to get these people saying "God is unpleased and we need to be more religious". Religion should be kept to ones self not enforced by law.
Mr_Cheeseon May 08 2006 - 15:21:35
think about what religion has given us....war, prejudice, peodphilic priests, controlled lifestyle, murderers, witch hunts, terrorism.... the list goes on.
AldarHawkon May 08 2006 - 15:22:58
I think I would be in a lot of trouble if I were American! I am atheist and do not think there is a singular power. Each person is his (or her) own person. Religion is just a means of controlling the general populace. Then again that is just me Wink and I am crazy sometimes.B) Enjoyed the article though cube!
wolfmankurdon May 08 2006 - 15:32:37
Cheese, what about morals? The list only came out with the breakdown of religion. All it proves is that you can't have a half hearted approch. Also I think you'll find it's only christianity that caused all these problems Grin
system_meltdownon May 08 2006 - 16:46:18
Number 1 is actually "Thou shalt not worship false idols". Just thought I'd let you know lol. Great work though, I hope this don't happen!
Mr_Cheeseon May 08 2006 - 18:32:47
wolfmankurd - every sane person in existence has morales and ethics, regardless of their religious or non religious orientation. Also, i think you'll find all religions cause problems in one way or another. Islam vs Jews etc.. Its not just christianity.
Arto_8000on May 08 2006 - 21:27:37
Religion cause a lot of problem ... not just now ... If their were no chrsitian religion we will probably all lived in a big empire named Rome because it christian that made this empire crash and fall into the darkest period of our history (Medieval Age). This is maybe the only thing I remember of my history course but its still a big fact about the christian religion.
cubeman372on May 08 2006 - 22:02:07
Well if Rome had internet I wouldn't be complaining Wink
the_flashon May 09 2006 - 16:50:55
hitler is god...anyone agree?
xtrmsk8r91on May 10 2006 - 00:51:21
part of being free is letting people believe what they want to believe. it looks like they're just trying to defend their right to put the ten commandments in public. nobody ever said they were forcing people to accept them or live by them. and the witch hunts, crusades, etc only happened because "religion" was distorted, misinterpreted and taken to the extreme...if everyone is forced to believe or accept one thing (like what hitler did) then millions of people die. this whole "ten commandments day" thing is just people standing up for their freedom. it's true the government shouldn't force religion on people, but having the ten commandments in public is simply exercising one's freedom of speech. i'm open to debating this if someone wants to talk about it. Grin
knutraineron May 11 2006 - 06:13:52
I think there should be some more belief in a higher power in America, I believe it would make others be more respectful to there fellow man.
Tofu572on May 14 2006 - 09:26:21
is a moral value still a moral value when its forced to be one? think about it. these people are getting way too extreme...
system_meltdownon May 16 2006 - 21:33:38
Who rated this decent article as poor?
iownzyouon June 03 2006 - 11:50:29
i think everyone religion should be kept for himself and if roman ruled the world and there was no christianity you wouldnt know what will happen , rome didnt take over far east places , roman empire was full of traitors and over the centuries there was murders of ceaserz , then came the islamic crap and attacked rome there is war anyway ........... ...... . there was going to be warz if christianiy came or if it doesnt came , open your closed minds ,there was inside rome the rebels they were fighting against rome ....
Uber0non July 21 2006 - 11:22:03
Lolz :angry:
system_meltdownon July 21 2006 - 16:28:37
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Miskon January 27 2007 - 21:58:33
Damn, i still haven't broken number 5 yet!
omniwrath540on June 19 2007 - 21:04:05
not to sound to harsh towards the christian religion, buy why would a perfect god create an angel that could become evil? angels are not supposed to have free will like man, so how could the devil exist.? Furhtermore why would god create the tree of knowledge of good and wisdom if he didn't want humans to eat from it? If he could forsee them eating from it then what was the point of creating it in the first place, y not go back to the drawing board and just redesign us? The christian religion makes less sense then bush, and thats pretty sad.
mr smileyon September 09 2007 - 07:04:49
ok first off theese people you are talking about are nut jobs... i am a chrstian i believe in the ten commandments i TRY to follow them and I make mistakes. but i does not mean i go around enforceing my faith on others you guys get to choose tyo believe whatever you want to believe it doesn't matter to me... well it does but you know its your choice
mr smileyon September 09 2007 - 07:09:14
@omniwrath540: what you say is hard to understand. its one off the most debated topics in religion.... cause ther some common beliefs us christians have: God made it so we could have a choice God knows the future God has a plan for a life theese three things contradict each other. IF WE HAVE A CHOICE BUT IF GOD KNOWS THE FUTURE DO WE REALLY HAVE A CHOICE FOR OUR FUTURE IS ALREADY DECIDED
ricktheguruon September 16 2008 - 17:58:28
mr_smiley: Yes, an omnipotent God would know what would happen to us, what choices we'd take, and plan accordingly. But do YOU know what choices you'll make in 5 years? Foreknowledge doesn't necessarily lead to no choice. Just because I know that if I leave a two-year old in a room with a sucker that he'll try to eat it, does it mean that I'm taking away his choices? The US constitution doesn't allow the United States government to make laws enforcing religions and etc, but I don't thing that it includes or even is right to 'protect' people from religion. Just like I think it would be fair to teach the THEORY of evolution alongside the THEORY of creation. Present all sides to people, teach them how to think, and maybe we'd get rid of religious IGNORANCE and INTOLERANCE, which is the true cause of most fights/wars/etc. Stupidity is our common enemy!
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