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A Christian clothing company is riding into the controversy over “Brokeback Mountain,” the film about “gay” cowboys in love, by selling a T-shirt featuring Moses, the Ten Commandments, and homosexuals joining ancient Israelites dancing around a Golden Calf idol.

The T-shirt carries the bold slogan, “The Original 10 Commandments, BrokeBack on the Mountain.”

It has a Bible reference to Exodus 32:19, which states “… he saw the calf and the dancing: and Moses’ anger waxed hot, and he cast the tables out of his hands, and broke them beneath the mount.”

“In his anger, Moses BROKE the two tablets of stone that the Ten Commandments were written on while walking BACK down the MOUNTAIN,” noted the official release of the Florida-based Second Coming Clothing Co.

“The message is the same now as it was at the time of Moses,” said CEO Rick Wade, “that God’s covenant is broken with His people, God’s heart is broken for His people, and that judgment is coming prior to the return of the Lord, which is soon.”

“Our faith in Jesus Christ needs to be taken out of our hearts and worn on the sleeves of our daily walk in life as we witness to others and take an affirmative stand in controversial issues before it is too late,” said Wade.

The company says 100 percent of its net profit will go toward humanitarian aid worldwide.

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