What does moral laws mean?
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Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Example of legal law that against the moral law?
The US has plenty of what can be considered moral laws, from marriage laws, to vice laws which are defined as victimless in nature, but suffer morally objectionable behavior. The US also has laws which would be in contradiction of a moral law, such laws in how we slaughter animals which are FDA regulated that require exemption to slaughter animals according to the moral law. Other laws against what we would consider moral laws are usually in prohibition of enforcing or acting in one's moral laws , so anti-moral laws suffer a prohibitive law.
Asked in Judaism
What do the laws in judaism say about the moral values of the isrealites?
Asked in US Constitution
Are moral laws derived from the laws of the state?
Yes, moral laws in a society are generally derived from the laws of the state, because obeying the laws of the authority is usually deemed moral. However, law was initially derived from the moral principles of the primary faith or religion of an area. Thus we still have archaic codes such as cursing in front of women and children being unlawful in some places.
Asked in Seventh-day Adventist
What are the Seventh-day Adventist denomination moral laws?
Asked in Criminal Law, Sociology, Ethics and Morality
What are the problems in using moral law as a basis for criminal law?
What are the foundations of the natural moral law-Is the natural moral law objective or subjective?
The world of duality which we perceive is objective.It cannot stand without consciousness.So moral laws spring from inside and artificially imposed outside.Morals are for individual.For groups,the moral law is superfluous!!! Answer Moral laws are those laws which have been acceptable to society from time immemorial. They are objective i.e They have a goal which is intended to be attained. Subjective are laws that are modified by individual bias
Asked in Relationships, Ancient History, Islam, Roman Empire
What are the reasons why moral codes are important?
Were the moral laws of ancient Hebrews the ten commandments?
How are Moral Norms different from Civil Laws?
Civil laws are actual laws on the books that you must obey or be arrested or fined. Moral norms are standards or unwritten laws society expects us to live by. Many societies expect adults not to swear in front of children, to wait their turn in line, or to flush the toilet when they're finished using it. These are just a few examples of moral norms.
Asked in School Subjects
What does laws passed mean does it mean laws are rejected?
Asked in Tanakh and Talmud, Old Testament
What was the set of religious and moral laws Moses received from God was called?
They are called the Ten Commandments. The Torah was the entire set of of Laws given to the Jews. There are 613 commandments, of which the Ten Commandments are a part. There are 7 commandements that are called the "Seven Laws of Noah" that are moral laws that all humans are expected to follow. See the link below.