Rushdoony on the second commandment

Very thought-provoking, regarding law and government and economics. But it is very disconnected from the second commandment. The author assumes the connection on the wrong-headed assertion that the temple is the governing palace, which it grew to not be with David and Solomon. He then rides his hobby horse concern with law and politics, ignoring all the other aspects of forbidding graven images.

Still worthwhile reading and helpful in places.

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