3 (comparing James' vow to forcibly prevent the removal of Moore's hand-carved Decalogue
from the courtroom to the actions of former Alabama governor George Wallace, who, in 1963, "stood in the schoolhouse door at the University of Alabama to prevent the registration of two black students").
Critics of images decried such use as a violation of the Decalogue
, as idolatry.
Moore had defied a federal court order to remove a two-and-a-half-ton Decalogue
monument from the state judicial building.
The most recent controversy of this kind centered on Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's refusal to remove from the state judicial building a two-and-a-half ton granite monument inscribed with the decalogue
In my opinion, society needs an updated version of the original Decalogue
that would be more secular.
In the Decalogue
itself, the Eighth Commandment, "Thou Shalt not steal" (Exodus 20:15), is taken to be a prohibition against "stealing" (that is kidnapping) a Jewish person.
He examined this point further at greater length in an essay entitled "Moses and the Decalogue
I wanted to see Tom Tykwer's Heaven because it was based on a scenario by the late Krzysztof Kieslowski (and his regular screenwriting collaborator, Krzysztof Piesiewicz), who were responsible for "The Decalogue
," the most important work for the cinema in the past generation.
So in 1995, we launched a large-scale program of sustainable development and outlined our commitment to that program in the "Environmental Decalogue
," which outlined detailed and measurable objectives.
Screening Schedule: Krzysztof Kieslowski's The Decalogue
has attained such an exalted reputation since its debut on the festival circuit, and has grown so legendary in the United States through lack of theatrical bookings, that reviewers now speak of this series in the same tone they'd use for the literary source.
In his decalogue
of sacred texts about the saga of a tribe, Wilson is accomplishing what, as Shannon points out, Eugene O'Neill tried but could not fulfill.
Greenham's view of the sabbath, according to Primus, was not based on a strict interpretation of the fourth commandment of the decalogue
, but on the book of Genesis and the order of Creation: work for six days and rest on the seventh.