There is considerable debate in the . whether the Decalogue should be posted in public schools, public parks, government offices, etc. There is a growing consensus that monuments containing the Ten Commandments should not be displayed by themselves on government property, because that would be widely seen as promoting one religion, or a small group of religions, as superior to other religions in violation of the First Amendment to the . Constitution. However, many people have no objection if they are shown in a cultural display along with other examples of ancient and modern legal codes.