Cecilia Luck

writes from Collegedale, Tennessee.


Perfect then, perfect now: the commandments are still relevant for today’s pop culture.

Between the ages of 7 and 10 I was involved in a number of children’s musicals at church. One song in particular is still ingrained in my head, and heart, after more than 20 years. The song “The Perfect 10” puts the Ten Commandments into a rhyme. Then the chorus says that “they’re just as true as they were way back when.” God hasn’t changed over the course of history, and neither have His laws.

What is the one thing that currently dominates the majority of our time and energy? Pop culture. It’s everywhere: the Internet, movies, television, music, magazines and books, video games, etc. It seems Hollywood has done its best at trying to turn …

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