Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Revisionists Will Enter Through the Wide Gate

WND: By Bob Unruh© 2006 WorldNetDaily.com

Ten Commandments stunner: Feds lying at Supreme Court
Government tells modern visitors it's Bill of Rights being honored

Every argument before the U.S. Supreme Court and every opinion the justices deliver comes in the presence of the Ten Commandments, God's law given to Moses on a fire-scorched mountain, and now represented for the United States in the very artwork embedded in the high court structure.

In today's world of revisionist history, the proof comes through the work of a California pastor who visited the Supreme Court building recently when he was in Washington and was surprised that what the tour guides were telling him wasn't the same thing as what he was seeing.

Todd DuBord, pastor of the Lake Almanor Community Church in California, said he was traveling with his wife, Tracy, and was more than startled during recent visits to the courthouse and two other historic locations to discover the stories of the nation's heritage had been sterilized of Christian references.

His entire research compilation is available online.

...Further research produced information that in 1987 the building was designated a National Historic Landmark, and came under control of the U.S. Department of the Interior, and under the new management the handbook was rewritten in 1988. The Ten Commandments reference was left out of that edition, and nothing replaced it.

The next reference found said only the frieze "symbolizes early written laws" and then in 1999, the reference first appeared to that depiction being the "Ten Amendments to the Bill of Rights."

"The more I got into it (his research), the more I saw Christianity had been abandoned from history," he told WND.

When he asked, his recent tour guide denied there were any Ten Commandments representations in the Supreme Court building, he said.

Such denial, he said, left him stunned.

Mathew 7:15"Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves.
Jeremiah 23:27 By telling these false dreams, they are trying to get my people to forget me, just as their ancestors did by worshiping the idols of Baal.


Stephen said...

Jesus broke one of the most sacred (to the Jews) of all the 10 commandments: the Sabbath.

He claimed "the Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath, so the son of man is lord over the Sabbath also". Ok, well, that's from memory so the quote may not be perfect.

Personally, I keep the Sabbath, but I am always mindful that Jesus called us not to honour the letter of the law, but its spirit.

Kevin said...

Looking at the frieze, I am wondering why, if this is really Moses and the Ten Commandments, Moses does not have a beard? DuBord makes a big deal about Moses on the Southern Wall frieze and carrying part of the Ten Commandments, but the Eastern Wall Frieze, which DuBord thinks is Moses, shows him clean-shaven. I have never seen Moses depicted like this and it makes me suspicious.

And to add more weight that the Eastern wall frieze is NOT Moses, the same sculptor, Adolph Weinman, also designed the Southern Wall Frieze, which IS clearly Moses. Why would he design one Moses with a beard and one without? I can't think of any other reason except that the one is Moses, and the other is not.

Also, I wonder why DuBord is not up in arms about the fact that Moses is sharing the same frieze with Menes, Hammurabi, Lycurgus, Solon, Draco (!), Confucius and Octavian, while Mohammed is on the North Wall Frieze?