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By John M. Grondelski, Ph.D., Catholic World Report, June 21, 2024

John M. Grondelski (Ph.D., Fordham) was former associate dean of the School of Theology, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey. He publishes regularly in the National Catholic Register and in theological journals. All views expressed herein are exclusively his own.

 

It’s not just that the Ten Commandments are tainted because of their historical religious origins. They’re even more dangerous because they question the dictatorship of relativism that has increasingly dominated American education.

Governor Jeff Landry’s signing of the law requiring Louisiana public school classrooms to display the text of the Ten Commandments once again brings together a volatile combination: religion and schools. It’s already generating a collective meltdown on the Left.

Contrary to the simplistic way the mainstream press will likely feature the problem (“Is there ‘separation of church and state’ or not?”) a critical observer will find multiple layers of issues among the questions the new law poses. ….

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