…The Protestant version nonetheless!

Placed in Las Condes by the Adventists 27 years ago.
In a prominent, busy upper middle class barrio (Avda. Colón con Avda. Manquehue):
One can find prominently displayed the Law of God.
This fact seems quite telling about Chilean tolerance, values, and society, in contrast to American or Western European society (remember Judge Roy Moore in Alabama?).
That is not to say that most Chileans know what the law of God is or that they keep it very well. Just the opposite is true. But it is significant that Chileans do not hate the law of God and might even consider having it prominently displayed as being a good thing.