Teaching the Ten Commandments in VA

Last week in Virginia, a judge reviewed the legality of posting the Ten Commandments in a public school. The Roanoke Times reports that Judge Michael Urbanski has indicated that he will order the case into mediation between the ACLU and the local school board because of the financial cost to the school district.

He suggested a Solomon-like compromise whereby the two sides agree to censor the first four commandments, which are more explicitly religious, and leave the other six commandments.

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