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Letter to the Editor
Friday, June 14, 2013, 8:57 p.m.
 

You don't have to be very well educated to realize that the “moral absolutes” expounded in the Ten Commandments are the basis of God-given commands.

They cannot be improved upon because they were given by the omniscient, divine creator, written in stone by his own hand.

Take a look around you, Mr. (Amesh) Adalja, and observe the results of “objective requirements” derived from this world's definition of moral absolutes that have led us to this present tumultuous world.

Eleanor Polyblank

Connellsville

The writer is responding to a letter to the editor that appeared in the May 18 Daily Courier.

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