Regardless of faith or religion, society needs moral guidelines. In order for America to prosper, we must restore Judeo-Christian values and honor the Ten Commandments. Take the pledge to teach, honor, and live by the Ten Commandments and get a free PDF e-book of scripts from our 5-Minute Video series on the Ten Commandments.
Join us by taking the pledge to teach, honor, and live by the Ten Commandments and we’ll send you a free PDF e-book of scripts from our 5-Minute Video series on the Ten Commandments, presented by Dennis Prager, along with free access to our entire Ten Commandments video series. These scripts and videos are filled with insights and wisdom that you’ll want to read, watch, and refer to again and again.
By signing this pledge, I hereby promise to:
Live my life and all that I do in accordance with the Ten Commandments.
Teach the Ten Commandments to my children, my family, and all those I love.
Honor the Ten Commandments and the role they have played throughout Western Civilization and American history.
As Founding Father John Adams said, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” Sadly, our culture is increasingly becoming more secular and immoral. If everyone—regardless of faith or religion—lived by the Ten Commandments, society would be beautiful. There would be almost no need for laws or police. Even atheists can understand the value, importance, and necessity of everyone living according to the Ten Commandments.
For generations, the Ten Commandments were a pillar of American life. They were displayed in public places—at courthouses, public schools, and city hall buildings—as a representation of a society committed to justice and morality. In recent decades, courts have ordered the removal of the Ten Commandments from public spaces, mistakenly interpreting “Freedom of Religion” to mean “Freedom from Religion.”
"In 3,000 years, no one has ever come up with a better system than the God-based Ten Commandments for making a better world. And no one ever will."