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Next, human law is a derivation of natural law that extends to particular cases, such as �people should not write bad checks.� Finally, divine law, as contained in the Bible, is a specially revealed subset of the eternal law that is meant to safeguard against possible errors in our attempts to both obtain natural law through reflection, and derive more particular human laws. They picked up this commonplaces directly from the ancients. Thus it is unfortunate that many people imagine our post-modern society to now be so 'enlightened' that the Ancient Greek Philosophers have become irrelevant.

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Publisher: Echo Point Books & Media (March 28, 2014)

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