Most Christians feel like breaking the ten commandments is a horrible sin. However, they are often OK with using idols in worship, as long as it's an idol representing Jesus. Of course they don't interpret using YHWH's name in vain quite like it meant. Then again, they also interpret "Have no other gods before me" as a statement regarding belief in monotheism, and they don't have a problem making their own money, job, or family a higher priority than God. Now that you mention it, very few Christians celebrate the seventh day and set it apart to glorify God. It's OK to dishonor parents who are already dishonorable, and vengeance killing is OK as long as it's sanctioned by the government. Adultery is OK, as long as the husband and wife are legally separated, and little white lies won't hurt anyone. Stealing's OK, as long as it only affects the IRS. And coveting--ah, no one knows our secret desires. I guess none of the ten commandments really applies to most Christians--but we better still keep them on display at our courthouses!