Note from the LuapHacim, 11/14/2012: The views expressed in this post do not necessarily reflect my current beliefs and convictions. Even if they do, I would almost certainly express them in different words today. Time changes people, and I am not exempt. Nonetheless, because of its historical value, I will not modify or remove this post. It tells you (and me) something important about where I've been. Read on at your own peril.
This is bloody brilliant.
If I were single and biologically suited to the task, I would volunteer to have that man's baby (Yes, I know I'm not the first).
Also, once, in my long-vanished youth, I testified in favor of the Ten Commandments being displayed on city property. Yeah... I'm really glad my testimony wasn't much good.
I believe in the Bible. I also believe that the Ten Commandments are an important symbol of the Old Testament Law. But I also believe that Jesus came so that the Law would no longer dominate and subjugate humankind. He came so that we could have abundant life apart from the Law.
And, as I interpret the Constitution, displaying a religious text on public property supports a religious sect, to the exclusion of others, and is thus in violation of the First Amendment.