Currently, Christians use the word “commandment” to refer to a rule set down by God that one must follow or risk the fiery pits of hell. The ten most popular commandments include prohibitions on wanting things and preferring some other god to Yahweh “Capital G” God. A new proposal hopes to change the definition of “commandment” to “one of hundreds of mostly outdated suggestions that should not be foisted upon others or carved into marble and displayed on government property.”
Also on the table: changing all portraits of Jesus to look more Middle Eastern.
In related news, theologians successfully lobbied the National Association of Biology Teachers to change their definition of “evolution” to eliminate language that suggests the process works without divine intervention.