"The original standard"

The standards of mankind are reflected in their arts, their sciences, their mores, their religious worship. Standards change from generation to generation, and wise is the individual who sees to it that his standards improve upon rather than fall below those of his predecessors.

Moses set the moral standard for humanity when he established the Ten Commandments as law. These are not arbitrary rules for human conduct outlined by a single individual; they typify the divine order of being, in which man, made in God's spiritual likeness, loves his Maker supremely and his fellow man as himself. No doubt the Ten Commandments set forth the highest expression of the divine order of existence that men of that period were capable of grasping.

"With all thy soul"
September 23, 1961

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