Sunday, 29 November -0001 18:42

The Law Ordered Out of Court

Written by Rev. H.A. Bergsma
Whether Madalyn Murray OÕHair has disappeared for good or not, her influences of darkness are still present in the land, as the following note makes clear. A judge in Montgomery, Alabama, has ruled that a display of the Ten Commandments must be changed or removed from the courtroom of a Gadsden judge. The controversy surrounds a display of the Ten Commandments which hangs prominently behind the bench of Etowah County Circuit Judge Roy Moore. The American Civil Liberties Union filed suit in 1995 on behalf of two residents of the county, who want Moore to not only take the display down, but to cease opening the courtÕs session with prayer. Montgomery Circuit Court Judge Charles Price ruled that the display of the Ten Commandments violated the U.S. constitution and AlabamaÕs state constitution by promoting religion on government property. (From Christian Renewal)

The ruling will be appealed, and may the Lord encourage Judge Roy Moore to be steadfast in his commendable approach.

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