Thou shalt not mention specific deities in public prayers.
That command was handed down recently to Virginia State Police troopers who work as chaplains, prompting several to resign the religious part of their jobs because they are forbidden to mention a particular god by name.
Republican legislators blasted the policy, marking the latest flare-up in the debate over how much religion is appropriate in government.
Del. Charles W. "Bill" Carrico Sr., R-Grayson, declared the decision an "attack on Christianity" and is leading a campaign to have it reversed.