The Theological Foundation of Law Jacques Ellul

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Published: 1969

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140 pages


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The Theological Foundation of Law  by  Jacques Ellul

The Theological Foundation of Law by Jacques Ellul
1969 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 140 pages | ISBN: | 3.32 Mb

In periods of widespread public unrest or disorder, much attention naturally focuses on the law, its foundation, authority, content, and constraining force.Because the historical and positivist theories of law proved inadequate in light of the eventsMoreIn periods of widespread public unrest or disorder, much attention naturally focuses on the law, its foundation, authority, content, and constraining force.Because the historical and positivist theories of law proved inadequate in light of the events of World War II, many theorists, teachers and students turned to a concept of natural law for a foundation.In this short, incisive study, Jacques Ellul, the distinguished French social critic, examines the natural law theories and finds that to the Christian the theological suppositions involved are not acceptable.

In his concluding section he suggests, on the basis of Scripture, how an acceptable theory might be worked out.



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