Baptist Minister Bruce Prescott, with the aid of the ACLU, is suing Oklahoma (specifically, the Oklahoma Capitol Preservation Commission) in a state court over the presence of a monument representing the Ten Commandments on the state’s Capitol grounds.
Prescott told Oklahoma City’s News9
It’s inappropriate, it’s not the right place. Put it on the doorpost, that’s what the Bible says; it doesn’t say to put it at the State Capitol.
Here’s what he doesn’t get: the State Capital is the doorpost for all the citizens of Oklahoma.
Too, his ACLU representatives are ignoring the facts that this is a privately funded and erected monument and that the Supreme Court already has ruled that such monuments in the public square—or on government grounds—are entirely appropriate so long as displays representing other religions or atheism are not barred. Of course, the ACLU is not alleging such a barring.