The God of the Bible can take it

The God of the Bible can take it

The God of the Bible can take it

An attorney says one teacher's suggested ways to mock Louisiana's new law requiring educators to display the Ten Commandments in their classrooms could have an unintended effect.

A TikToker named Lisa (pictured above) says the new law presents an "educational opportunity."

"Right next to the Ten Commandments, decorate your walls with the precepts of Buddhism, the Baha'i faith, Confucianism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism, and Zoroastrianism," the self-described "artist, crafter, teacher, progressive" suggests in a recent video.

She also advises teachers to use the biblical guidelines to make life miserable for the lawmakers who passed the law requiring their display by picking one commandment a day and challenging students to "list as many political figures who have broken that commandment as possible."

Constitutional attorney Abraham Hamilton III of the American Family Association says there is obviously an anti-God bias going on here.

"It's amazing that there's no hesitation at all about bringing other world religions into the classroom, but oh, keep Christ out," he observes.

Hamilton, Abraham (AFA attorney) Hamilton

Though Lisa's intention is likely to bury the Decalogue with dozens of other posters and information sheets, Hamilton points out that the God of the Ten Commandments stacks up pretty well against those false religions.

"Go with it," he urges teachers. "Compare Christ and His claims to all other world religions, and she may turn her classroom into a modern-day Billy Graham Revival Center."

Lisa's tips have been shared more than 9,000 times since she presented them four days ago.

Editor's Note: The American Family Association is the parent organization of the American Family News Network, which operates AFN.net.