Ten Commandments Made Void
by Court Decisions

and other methods.

1. I am the Lord your God, Thou shalt have no other Gods before me.

Made void by interpreting the First Amendment false doctrine of 'separation of Church and State'.
2. Thou shalt not have any graven images. Made void by a change in the definition of words. It is about 'statutes' not 'statues'. Images are not forbidden, rather laws (statutes) contrary to God's are forbidden.
3. Thou shalt not not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. 1971 case of Cohen vs. California. 1985 case of Grove vs. Meed. 1965 case Reed vs. Van Horn. 1965 case of Despain vs. Decalb.
4. Thou shalt keep the Sabbah day holy. Elimination of 'blue laws.'
5. Honor your father and mother. On television children are always smarter than their parents and wives smarter than husbands.
6.Thou shalt not kill. (abortion) Made void by the 14th Amendment. Roe v Wade.
7.Thou shalt not commit adultery. Made void by the 14th Amendment. See Richard Perry Loving et ux., Appellants, v. Virginia.
8.Thou shalt not steal. (interest on money) Federal Reserve Act. (Also - 14th Amendment, "The national debt shall not be questioned.")
9. Thou shalt not bear false witness. Allowed under the present interpretation of the First Amendment 'freedom of the press'.
10. Thou shalt not covet. Asset Forfeiture Laws


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