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The Law

The laws that a society creates and enforces often reflect its values, traditions, and beliefs. For example, many countries have laws that protect individual rights, such as the right to free speech or the right to a fair trial. These laws are often based on the belief that individuals should be able to express themselves freely and that everyone should be treated equally under the law.

Similarly, many cultures have laws that protect the environment, recognizing the importance of preserving natural resources for future generations. Other laws may be based on religious beliefs or moral values, such as laws against theft or murder.

In addition, the enforcement of laws can serve as a way of reinforcing cultural norms and values. For example, laws against public indecency can serve to reinforce the cultural value of modesty, while laws against discrimination can help to promote the value of equality.

Overall, law can be seen as a reflection of a society's cultural beliefs and values, as well as a means of enforcing and reinforcing those beliefs and values.

The course will cover the historical development of law, ethical considerations, and contemporary legal issues. Students will explore the non-aggression principle, social contracts, and various religious and mythological traditions that have influenced the development of law.


I. Introduction to Law A. Definition of Law B. Historical development of Law C. Sources of Law

  • Constitutional Law Principles
  • Criminal Law Principles
  • Civil Law Principles
  • International Law Principles
  • Business Law Principles


the characteristic spirit of a culture, era, or community as manifested in its beliefs and aspirations. Greek- disposition. Societal customs

The Non Aggression Principal

The Declaration of Independence

The Bill of Rights

Title 18 USC §241 and §242

The Trinity Contracts


Emotion. The essence of experience. The quality or property of anything which touches the feelings or excites emotions and passions, especially that which awakens tender emotions; contagious warmth of feeling, action, or expression

The Tawhid

The Jamaah


the divine reason implicit in the cosmos, ordering it and giving it form and meaning..

Truth (The Word of God, Dharma, The Dao, Reason, etc)


The Dispensations





Maryam and Yeshua


Egyptian Weighing of the Heart






A. Civil Law B. Criminal Law C. International Law D. Environmental Law E. Intellectual Property Law F. Human Rights Law


A. Recap of Course B. Discussion of Future Directions

and more!

Note: The above curriculum is just an example and can be modified based on the specific needs and goals of the educational institution or program.

tkonr/church/college/the_law.txt · Last modified: 2023/05/24 02:12 by greyheart