Commandments Need More Church Focus

I couldn’t agree more. Many modern churches have fallen so far away from sound Biblical principals.

The Family Research Council (FRC) recently decided to make the Ten Commandment its focus in order to stress the necessity of God’s law in society. Kenyn Cureton, vice president for church ministries at the FRC, explains that a USA Today poll shows that 60 percent of Americans do not know five of the Ten Commandments.

“It is amazing what Americans do know by comparison. Seventy-four percent can name all three of the stooges: Moe, Larry and Curly. Thirty-five percent can recall all six kids from The Brady Bunch, and 25 percent can name all seven ingredients from McDonald’s Big Mac. But here’s the sad news — only 14 percent can name all Ten Commandments,” Cureton laments.

“President John Quincy Adams declared, ‘The Law given from Sinai was a civil and municipal, as well as a moral and religious code [that] contained many statutes of universal application. Law is essential to the existence of men and society,'” Cureton references.

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