Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Reprise of Oklahoma's Monument to American Theocracy

A challenge to the ten commandments monument at the Oklahoma state capitol will soon be in the news. Here is a reprise of blogs I wrote about the ten commandments monument at the courthouse in Haskell County Oklahoma seven years ago.



This is a four part series about the Ten Commandments Monument on the Haskell County Courthouse lawn in Stigler, Oklahoma.

Part One, gives an opinion on whether the monument is religious in nature and whether it endorses biblical religion.

Part Two, gives and opinion on whether the monument endorses a sectarian interpretation of the Bible and whether it endorses a Christian covenant.

Part Three, gives an opinion on whether the monument could be perceived to endorse a Christian theocracy.

Part Four, gives and opinion on whether the monument strongly endorses a Christian democratic theocracy.

2 comments:

TooFunny said...

Nice to know we have a good communist in OK

Keith said...

This is an outrage by Dr. Bruce Prescott. Doesn't he know the U.S. Constitution and the history behind its framwork? It was based upon the Ten Commandments! Look at our Bill of Rights. The Ten Commandments adorns even our Supreme Court! Stop being politicall correct! The division of Church and State is NOT in the the U.S. Constitution!