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Natural Law Religion

vbaculum
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1/26/2012 12:52:09 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
At 1/26/2012 12:15:16 PM, Justin_Thiel wrote:
Is there a dedicated religion to Natural Law? If so, what is a good book of reference to learn about it?

Pantheism? Catholicism seems to make the most use of natural law morality.
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Gileandos
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1/26/2012 1:36:57 PM
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http://www.newadvent.org...

Here is an encyclopedic entry on the concept. The idea is we all have the objective moral compass within us, it is called by Christian Theologians as the 'natural' law.
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1/26/2012 4:04:26 PM
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Catholicism, if you mean Natural Law theory. There are many Christian sects that do.

Aquinas promoted the idea, he's the man you should look at.
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1/27/2012 2:46:04 PM
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Cosmic Alfonzoism.

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1/27/2012 9:00:53 PM
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At 1/27/2012 2:46:04 PM, CosmicAlfonzo wrote:
Cosmic Alfonzoism.

The secrets of the universe can be yours for the ultra low introductory fee of 500 dollars.

Yeah, if you want to learn something that you could read in any introductory book on philosophy for free . . .