- Aug 10, 2013
I wonder if there is a difference between writing about something and actually doing it. Probably this is splitting hairs, but the Ten Commandments are very specific about committing murder, committing adultery, stealing, and not obeying your parents. While Exodus does not call them sins or say to flee from doing them, they are in plaques and monuments all over this country. Yet we have no trouble writing about them, sometimes very explicitly. What's the difference?