Only Six Days Left Before Oral Arguments In Our Ten Commandments Case

Feb 24, 2005

The case of McCreary County v. ACLU of Kentucky is in its sixth year of litigation. But in six short days, this case will reach its climax as our Nation's highest court hears oral arguments. On March 2, Mat Staver will explain to the Court how the Ten Commandments were instrumental in America's system of law and government. As our recently submitted Reply Brief states: "The Decalogue is a unique symbol that speaks of law and morality, which has influenced our common vernacular." Our laws and even our manner of speech reflect the Ten Commandments' influence on our culture and history. For evidence about how the Decalogue influenced America, read our Reply Brief, which is available online at (click on "Read the Briefs").


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