Jason Whitehead Spring What makes the law legitimate? What is a legitimate source of law? What binds people to obey the law?
The established beliefs in which the natural world was to be dominated, feared and exploited have rendered mankind isolated and disconnected from the guiding principles innate to creation.
The truth of our moral compass has been usurped in favor of a false authority whose immoral domain has left us drowning in a turbulent sea of dramas and dogmas. Mankind must begin to discern the difference between natural law and man made law if we are going to restore and preserve our divine evolutionary path.
The guiding principles of natural law, with which you can become familiar hereprovide us with the the morally correct path to co-create a loving world. Our choice to choose love over fear is backed by a universal guarantee for our attainment of true understanding with which to sustain sovereignty, freedom, harmony and order.
Our vibrational alignment with the principles and truth bound within natural law is our return to the flow of creation wherein our moral compass is restored. For our universe operates within the wisdom of harmonic resonance, and our inability to attune with this wisdom is the cause of our separation and suffering; and the effect is our blind allegiance to the negative expressions of natural law rather than our loyalty to the positive expressions.
How do we comply with man made laws that do not consider the totality of the whole person? The laws of man confine us to an ultimatum for which our failure to comply becomes our fear of punishment.
If all men are created equal, then the creation of man made laws to suit the bias of locales or conditions is a violation of natural law.
We cannot trade our internal self-mastery to know right from wrong for the moral whims of external authority to dictate moral correctness from immoral incorrectness. Our ethical guidance is embedded within the eternal and immutable laws of the universe that supersedes the limitations of ever-changing moral relevancy.
Natural law grants us the morally correct principles as trustworthy guidance to prevent our enslavement within immorally incorrect governance. We must heed the lost generative principle of care by which to say NO to moral relativism, and YES to the immutable laws governing the universe and all creation.
Mankind has a moral obligation to check and correct the dogmatic beliefs being imposed upon them so as to defend our sovereign freedom, and to maintain the harmonious and natural order at the heart of our existence. Our moral accountability demands that we understand the difference between natural law and man made law.Human law is crafted for society by through a royal, republic, totalitarian, or democratic system.
Divine law is individuals or groups who to a divinity. Mosses, Muhammad, Jesus, David Koresh, Jim. Divine law or natural law ever made by creator of the world.
These laws may provide natural punishment and not by human. Like no one lives forever. These divine laws are implemented through religion, customs and culture.
Divine laws are made imple. Positive law can also be divine. Canon law and other Church laws are humanly instituted but inspired by God’s revelation.
Natural law, on the other hand, refers to God’s laws governing the nature of things. Divine Law is law that comes from a greater power than man, typically a type of God. Example 1 Antigone and Ismene argue about what comes first, the religous duty of citizens or the civil duty.
Creon has declared that it's forbidden to bury the body of Polynecies, this is an example of human law. Divine Law Vs. Human Law Ismens's Weakness Divine Law Vs.
Human Law in Ancient Greece Divine Law: Everything believed to be determined by Fate.-Gods at the mercy of fate.-Impossible to escape fate.-Everything destined to happen.-Will of the creator.
Human Law: King ultimate power. The overly simple answer is: Natural Law is a human person's participation in the Eternal Law (the knowable part of which is called Divine Law).
While Peter Turner's answer covered all of the essential points, St. Thomas Aquinas' coverage of the topic is the benchmark among the Doctors of the Catholic Church and one summary of it (among many, I.