MILLEDGEVILLE — Georgia Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens and his wife Suzanne, alongside Ten Commandments-Georgia, recently presented Georgia Military College with a set of historical documents to display for students.
The display consists of replicas of …
- the Bill of Rights
- Declaration of Independence
- Preamble to the Georgia Constitution
- Lady Justice
- the Magna-Carta
- the Mayflower Compact
- National Motto
- the Star Spangled Banner, and
- the Ten Commandments.
“I want [students] to understand what are the historical documents of America,” said Suzanne Hudgens, who serves on the board of directors for Ten-Commandments Georgia. “I don’t believe the textbooks today talk about the biblical foundation of America and how great and good America is. … [Our country] was formed by men who wanted freedom and [these documents] need to be read.”
“Ten Commandments-Georgia, INC is a non-profit, grassroots organization committed to locating, educating, and motivating citizens to acknowledge God through knowing, obeying, and displaying the Ten Commandments, thereby restoring a common moral code based upon God’s laws and the founding philosophy of our country”, as stated at its website.