Friday, June 22, 2007

Give us some more, we can do it

The Vatican has new 10 Commandments for Drivers

I guess we should have more since the 10 Commandments in Exodus 20 is so easy to do. Ok , go ahead bring it on, hit us with some more, we need more commandments, life is getting so easy with out them and gets boring.

7 comments:

Steve Newell said...

I believe the next thing we need is a "Purpose Driven Driving" book. Or how about the 10 Commandments to using the internet?

How is this any different from the Pharisees, in Jesus' day, when they create laws to add to the Mosaic Law?

L P Cruz said...

Steve,

The commandments are practical but really why not summarize it by saying "obey the road rules dummy!"

Some one suggested the next thing we should ask the Vatican to do is give us the 10 Commandments for Using the Toilet.

Good idea?

TKls2myhrt said...

Oh, I definitely think there should be a ten commandments for women shopping at the mall...or for teenage girls at high school, 'cuz the the first ten obviously weren't adequate. Actually, I don't think I truly learned the scope of the ten commandments until learning them again with my kids as they studied Luther's Small Catechism in preparation for their confirmation.

J. K. Jones said...

Uugghhh...

L P Cruz said...

TK,

The world really makes you think that the first 10 Commandments is do-able, isn't it?


JK,

We can invent another 10 Commandments for Posting Blog Comments.

Lito

J. K. Jones said...

No way, Lito. I would fail miserably at that set too.

J. K. Jones said...

Lito,

Thanks for the prayers.

I assume you mean new perspective on Paul. I have not yet focused on their take on Paul's writings, but I have addressed the atonement with some links to better authors in:

http://jkjonesthinks.blogspot.com/2007/06/piper-on-n-t-wright.html

http://jkjonesthinks.blogspot.com/2007/06/penal-substitution-more-thinking-less.html

http://jkjonesthinks.blogspot.com/2007/06/polemic-outburst-on-substitutionary.html

Hope that helps.