Asked in US Constitution
What type of government makes its laws and decisions based on religion?
It is a theocracy: a government based upon a deity and religion
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
What were the major foundations of the puritan religion?
The major foundations of the puritan religion was that they were very strict and had lots of laws to follow only in order to be a puritan and to make God happy. ...
How were the European laws different from aboriginal laws?
They were different because European laws were based upon repayment and punishment. However, Aboriginal laws were rooted in ideas of healing and treatment. ...
Asked in Legal Definitions
What are the legal documents upon which are based the operations and organization of our educational system?
State and federal laws. State and federal laws. State and federal laws. State and federal laws. ...
Are the laws in the US based on the Napoleonic code?
In the United states only the legal code in Louisiana is based upon the Napoleonic Code. ...
Asked in Britain in WW2
What happen if you are a puritan and cook on Sunday?
it would be considered breaking the laws
Whose data was based upon Kepler's laws of motion based?
There is three scientific laws that is based on Kepler's laws of motion based. The three scientific laws are:the orbit of a planet is an ellipse with the Sun at one of the two foci, A line segment joining a planet and the Sun sweeps out equal areas during equal intervals of time and The square of the orbital period of a planet is proportional to the cube of the semi-major axis of its orbit. ...
Asked in Newtons Laws of Motion
What traffic rules have been enforced based on Newton's laws of motion?
Stopping at a red light is a traffic rule that is enforced based on Newton's laws of motion. An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by an external force (the gas pedal). ...
Asked in Politics and Government
How are the branches of government divided?
If you mean the U.S. Government: 1) Legislative-Makes the laws/makes the rules 2) Executive-Enforces the laws/makes sure the rules are followed 3) Judicial-Interprets the laws based upon the Constitution/makes sure the laws are legal ...
Asked in Roman Empire
What roman laws do you still use?
None. I am an American citizen living in the United States of America and I am governed by American laws. Some of our laws are based upon ancient Roman legal concepts, such as the right of a trial, the right to own property, the right to have a will, etc., but they are not the same as our present day laws cover different concerns than the ancient ones. None. I am an American citizen living in the United States of America and...