A 6-foot-tall privately funded Ten Commandments monument is seen on the Arkansas Capitol grounds on June 27 in Little Rock after it was installed by workers two years after lawmakers approved a measure allowing the statue on state property.
A 6-foot-tall privately funded Ten Commandments monument is seen on the Arkansas Capitol grounds on June 27 in Little Rock after it was installed by workers two years after lawmakers approved a measure allowing the statue on state property. Jill Zeman Bleed AP
A 6-foot-tall privately funded Ten Commandments monument is seen on the Arkansas Capitol grounds on June 27 in Little Rock after it was installed by workers two years after lawmakers approved a measure allowing the statue on state property. Jill Zeman Bleed AP

Instead of publicly posting the Ten Commandments, try this

July 07, 2017 10:53 AM