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Can Justice exist without God

SHLSTA 2008/10/11 00:14:58
Justice can only exist with God...
Justice can exist without God...
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can our justice system (in AUS) or anywhere else exist without God?
would it be as effective? im just curious....
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  • icymore 2008/10/11 00:42:47
    Justice can exist without God...
    icymore
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    It can and it does. What kind of question is this?

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  • Johnny "Nihasa" Robinson 2009/06/17 05:09:51
    Justice can exist without God...
    Johnny "Nihasa" Robinson
    I don't see why it would make a difference. lol
  • kahless 2009/06/03 21:47:44
    Justice can only exist with God...
    kahless
    In the last days god will lift his hand off the earth and satan will rule. Ask me then if justice will exist.
  • Greywolf~In God We Trust~ 2009/01/17 09:25:16
    Justice can only exist with God...
    Greywolf~In God We Trust~
    Do most people really understand justice?
    Evil people don't understand justice, but those who follow the Lord understand completely.
    (Proverbs 28:5 NLT)

    For Nevermore, I think for an awareness of justice you have to look past just the court.
    Justice means righteousness, lawfulness, and moral rightness, the quality of being true or correct, the moral principle determining just conduct. So justice has a moral quality. It contains a concept of what is right and, therefore, must also have a concept of what is wrong. Only people who understand these concepts of right and wrong can understand and administer justice. By extension, only those who follow the Lord can understand justice. Why? Because they subscribe to the foundational laws of the one who created them.

    Thus, as this proverb points out, evil people don't understand justice. Because they refuse to subscribe to justice's moral underpinnings given by God in his Word, they are left to discover their own truths. As a result, many conclude that there is no truth. Others conclude that everyone can have different truths. Both perspectives are hopelessly doomed. And as a building without a foundation will crumble, so justice can never be served without the foundation of right and wrong as given by God in his Word.
    A godless justi...

    Do most people really understand justice?
    Evil people don't understand justice, but those who follow the Lord understand completely.
    (Proverbs 28:5 NLT)

    For Nevermore, I think for an awareness of justice you have to look past just the court.
    Justice means righteousness, lawfulness, and moral rightness, the quality of being true or correct, the moral principle determining just conduct. So justice has a moral quality. It contains a concept of what is right and, therefore, must also have a concept of what is wrong. Only people who understand these concepts of right and wrong can understand and administer justice. By extension, only those who follow the Lord can understand justice. Why? Because they subscribe to the foundational laws of the one who created them.

    Thus, as this proverb points out, evil people don't understand justice. Because they refuse to subscribe to justice's moral underpinnings given by God in his Word, they are left to discover their own truths. As a result, many conclude that there is no truth. Others conclude that everyone can have different truths. Both perspectives are hopelessly doomed. And as a building without a foundation will crumble, so justice can never be served without the foundation of right and wrong as given by God in his Word.
    A godless justice can be bent to serve any means, or morality convenient at the time, meaning that morality would basically cease to exist, and the world becomes feudal, with modern technology, a feasible possibility in the forseeable future.
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  • SHLSTA 2008/10/11 01:22:45
    Justice can only exist with God...
    SHLSTA
    it can only exist with god...and we were arguing about it in RE last week
  • icymore 2008/10/11 00:42:47
    Justice can exist without God...
    icymore
    +2
    It can and it does. What kind of question is this?
  • SHLSTA icymore 2008/10/11 01:23:19
    SHLSTA
    and it doesnt exist without god
  • icymore SHLSTA 2008/10/11 01:24:58
    icymore
    Can you please elaborate?
  • SHLSTA icymore 2009/06/26 11:48:41
    SHLSTA
    lol sorry it took forever to reply...well, my RE teacher said something like THe autority to make the decision if a person is right or wrong comes from God or belief or something...i dont know i just thought it would be an interesting wuestion at the time

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