People passing through Rudder Plaza on the Texas A&M campus Wednesday were able to participate in the Ten Commandment Challenge.
A recent study revealed more Americans are able to name the ingredients in a Big Mac than can name the Ten Commandments. The Catholic Students Association at Texas A&M decided to put this study to the test.
The first 400 students to recite the Ten Commandments correctly were appropriately awarded a coupon for a Big Mac.
"I think that the people that are taking the challenge are tearing it up. They're doing a really good job. They know the Ten Commandments," Marcel Lejeune, Assistant Director of Campus Ministries at Saint Mary's said. "A&M is a little bit different. More people know the Ten Commandments than a lot of other places."
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