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  • kelsieilesha 2013/10/08 07:12:46
    combination of the two laws
    kelsieilesha
    +5
    Whether you're a Christian or not, the 10 commandments are a great thing to live by (except for the 1st few to non-christians), because they're common sense.

    And human laws are also put in place to help... not all, but most.

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  • TyVig 2014/07/20 15:12:35 (edited)
    human law
    TyVig
    I know that the laws of my land were written by humans.

    I don’t know of any laws written by an imaginary father in the sky and neither does anyone else.
  • Mom 2014/07/08 15:35:15 (edited)
    human law
    Mom
    +2
    As I believe all gods and god books, ideas about and antics of the said gods, to be man-made, I can only go with human laws. Good/ Worthy humans can make very fair and beneficial laws.
  • Thank you but no... 2014/07/07 15:09:44
  • Mom Thank y... 2014/07/08 15:37:56
    Mom
    +1
    I've never heard it explained this way....Good job!
  • Thank y... Mom 2014/07/19 16:20:49
    Thank you but no...
    Thanks!
  • Avenged7 2014/07/03 19:49:55
    human law
    Avenged7
    +1
    Only laws passed by humans. I can vote for humans that pass laws, I can't vote for an imaginary spirit or what ever it is.
  • Engineer 2014/07/03 03:27:16
    combination of the two laws
    Engineer
    We need both
  • God's law
    ♥☆ ـــاطمةfēmàłėفـــــ☆♥
    There is no justice in human law .
  • Thank y... ♥☆ ـــا... 2014/07/19 16:21:42
    Thank you but no...
    Are you suggesting that it is just to kill your child for being cheeky, or to stone someone to death for picking up sticks on the wrong day?
  • ♥☆ ـــا... Thank y... 2014/07/19 17:43:49
    ♥☆ ـــاطمةfēmàłėفـــــ☆♥
    what are you trying to say?
  • Thank y... ♥☆ ـــا... 2014/07/19 18:58:08
    Thank you but no...
    Both of the above examples are "God's" laws. Do they sound just to you?
  • ♥☆ ـــا... Thank y... 2014/07/19 19:15:04
    ♥☆ ـــاطمةfēmàłėفـــــ☆♥
    And just WHO said they are God's laws???
  • DeeB 2014/07/03 01:16:16
    combination of the two laws
    DeeB
    +1
    Natural Law!
  • blissful 2014/07/02 23:19:41
    combination of the two laws
    blissful
    Of course Gods law comes first, but it is also said that we should abid by the law of the lands.
  • Thank y... blissful 2014/07/19 16:22:47
    Thank you but no...
    +1
    So, if your child cheeks you, it is MORE important to kill them and wait for the deputies, to whom you will surrender yourself without resistance?
  • blissful Thank y... 2014/07/19 16:36:46
    blissful
    What are you talkin about?
  • Thank y... blissful 2014/07/19 19:01:51
    Thank you but no...
    The Mosaic law explicitly demands the death penalty for children who cheek their parents. That's GOD's law, which you just said comes FIRST. So by your lights, you MUST kill the child (actually it must be by stoning them to death), but because you say man's law comes second, you then have to wait for the authorities and hand yourself over to them, and plead guilty in court.
  • blissful Thank y... 2014/07/19 23:37:52
    blissful
    That is in the musleim law. I go by the holy bible.
  • Thank y... blissful 2014/07/19 23:52:52
    Thank you but no...
    +1
    You obviously haven't read your Bible.

    If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son, which will not obey the voice of his father, or the voice of his mother, and that, when they have chastened him, will not hearken unto them: Then shall his father and his mother lay hold on him, and bring him out unto the elders of his city, and unto the gate of his place; And they shall say unto the elders of his city, This our son is stubborn and rebellious, he will not obey our voice; he is a glutton, and a drunkard. And all the men of his city shall stone him with stones, that he die: so shalt thou put evil away from among you; and all Israel shall hear, and fear. -- Deuteronomy 21:18-21

    He that smiteth his father, or his mother, shall be surely put to death. -- Exodus 21:15

    He that curseth his father, or his mother, shall surely be put to death. -- Exodus 21:17
  • blissful Thank y... 2014/07/20 00:01:47
    blissful
    All this is before Jesus came to atone our sins.
  • Thank y... blissful 2014/08/02 16:51:03
    Thank you but no...
    +1
    And when he DID come along, he said that the WHOLE of the Mosaic Law was STILL in force UNTIL heaven and earth passed away. Or was he just saying that for effect?
  • Melinda Lloyd 2014/07/02 15:55:55
    God's law
    Melinda Lloyd
    I prefer the unchanging right is right and wrong is wrong of God's law over the ever fluid human law.
  • Thank y... Melinda... 2014/07/19 16:24:02
    Thank you but no...
    Unchanging: hmmm, so you think it would be better if we could still keep slaves?
  • Thank y... Melinda... 2014/07/19 19:09:32
    Thank you but no...
    Nowhere is there an expression like that in the laws of god; they are all very explict and specific about circumstances.

    The "Right is right and wrong is wrong" thing is a moral point, which has nothing to do with laws.
  • Melinda... Thank y... 2014/07/20 15:07:33
    Melinda Lloyd
    +1
    You're reading a lot more into my reply than was there. The laws of God don't change day to day, and I like that. Just because I prefer that type of legality doesn't mean I agree with all the laws of God.
  • Thank y... Melinda... 2014/08/02 16:55:24 (edited)
    Thank you but no...
    I understand.

    So what I would call "progress" in the way that laws of man are updated in order to reflect our morals, for example making slavery illegal and women no longer being possessions, is in fact something you wouldn't agree with?

    You're saying that if a thing was alright back then then it's still OK, and if a thing was wrong in the past (eg not believing in god(s), working on a Sunday, not showing proper respect for your "betters") then it's still wrong today?
  • Melinda... Thank y... 2014/08/04 13:20:46
    Melinda Lloyd
    yes, I believe that the same things are always wrong. However I also believe that, as people, we often say something is wrong when in fact it is not, or say something is right when it is not. Slavery was always wrong, even when it was legal. Women were never supposed to be possessions. These are the exact problems I have with the ever changing man's law. It is too easy for things to get out of hand and for people with poor intentions to make things legal that should not be, or make things illegal that should be left alone. (like buying raw milk if you wanted to do so) At least Gods law is consistent, though not all those laws are "correct" either.
  • cwoolfork 2014/07/02 13:35:07
    human law
    cwoolfork
  • SUYANTO TIRTA 2014/07/02 10:36:43
    God's law
    SUYANTO TIRTA
    human law is derived from the law of god
  • Thank y... SUYANTO... 2014/07/19 16:25:19
    Thank you but no...
    +1
    I beg to differ. Please point out your evidence. Before you quote the Ten Commandments, be sure and understand that people thought that murder was wrong before they were chisled into stone.
  • SUYANTO... Thank y... 2014/07/20 04:41:21
    SUYANTO TIRTA
    +1
    I really appreciate your opinion,but before the human population,God always gives guidance to human
  • Thank y... SUYANTO... 2014/08/02 16:56:36
    Thank you but no...
    +1
    Please point out your reasons for thinking this.
  • SUYANTO... Thank y... 2014/08/03 05:54:15
    SUYANTO TIRTA
    you read about the Cain and Abel, murder caused by greedy and selfish person because there is no sincerity
  • Giantfan 2014/07/02 02:36:05
    combination of the two laws
    Giantfan
    +1
    A combo of both.......
  • Just Another Girl (5) 2014/07/02 01:50:12
    human law
    Just Another Girl (5)
    +1
    Human law it's the only law I follow
  • ripper. 2014/07/01 23:31:08
    human law
    ripper.
    +2
    too many people have been killed following "gods law" and which god , or which version of god.
  • Chokmah 2014/07/01 23:18:55
    human law
    Chokmah
  • Pedalpusher 2014/07/01 23:02:16
    combination of the two laws
    Pedalpusher
    God's laws are different than human laws and you have to obey both. If there's a conflict God's Law trumps human law......at least in my book! :-)
  • DragonHawk Pedalpu... 2014/07/01 23:38:53
    DragonHawk
    +1
    Two of God's laws:
    Deuteronomy 25: 11-12

       If  2 nen are struggling, and the wife of one comes near to deliver her husband from the hand of the man who is striking himn and sizes his genitals then you shall cut off her hand. You shall show no pity.

         Deuteronomy 23:1

       If a man's testicles are crashed or his penis is cut off, he may not be admitted to the assembly of the Lord.

    And yes, you are required to follow the laws of the old testament. Jesus admonished his followers to obey the law even unto the smallest letter. And god declared that the heavens and the earth shall pass away before the least of the laws.
  • Pedalpu... DragonHawk 2014/07/02 00:02:05
    Pedalpusher
    The old testament is the history book of things before the new covenant (New Testament), the history of how things were as they were building the new world, every thing changed with the New Covenant. We no longer slaughter animals to pay for our sins.......the history is great but we are living in the new times. Try reading the New Testament!

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