The Natural Law: A Study in Legal and Social History and Philosophy (Softcover)
ISBN: 0865971617 EAN: 9780865971615
Physical Info: 1.4″ H x 9.3″ L x 6.4″ W (1.45 lbs) 316 pages
In The Natural Law, Rommen dissects the philosophies of the natural law from their birthplace in Greece and Rome, to the arrival of Yeshua Hamashiach.
To the undermining of the natural law through “positive laws”.
Even though the book was written nearly 100 years ago. The book is as timely as ever. Even in the 1930’s Rommen saw that the natural law was being undermined by the government through a reliance on man-made laws.
This book is a tremendous resource for anyone looking to learn more about the natural law. And the divine and biblical origins of the law.
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