Monthly Archives: March 2015

Morality and the Law

A friend asked: “Whose morality do we legislate? Yours? Mine? Or do we only consider things that should be universally moral? Murder? And what are the limits? Blue laws, prostitution, drug laws, these can all be considered moral, but I … Continue reading

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Origins of The Law

A young man got into a discussion with an old man. As the discussion went on the young man became more and more frustrated with the old man’s stubbornness. Finally exasperated the young man shouted, “You can’t legislate morality, old … Continue reading

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Man-made Law = Opression

Man-made law = Oppression all too often. Man-made law is a covenant between civilized people living in proximity to one another. When it is imposed without the agreement of civilized people, it becomes oppression, nothing more, nothing less. When man-made … Continue reading

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