According to the Dayton Daily News, an unnamed driver wrecked and then fled after smashing a monument of the Ten Commandments at the Clark County Court of Common Pleas. Leaving the County scratching their heads as to whether they can constitutionally fix the monument or replace it without getting a constitutional challenge from it.
Perhaps they could take the old monument and place it’s twain broken pieces into a golden chest, or arc, and then hide it away in the ancient Egyptian city of Tanis so the Nazis don’t find it.
Of course, as a Protestant Christian, I find the entire concept of a monument to the Ten Commandments ironic. In the King James translation of the Holy Bible the Second Commandment states: "Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth."
Whereas the Ten Commandments are literally the Word of God, it’s ironic that people would create a graven image of the Word of God that includes a holy command not to create and worship graven images.
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