Natural Law is Supreme Over Man-Made Laws
Recently, there has been a big controversy regarding the Supreme Court of the United States invalidating an abortion law making it legal to have one. In the natural law which doesn’t change, abortion would be considered murder. And so it should be as it is an indescribable evil and has infected the souls of mankind. The natural law has authority over anything legal.
Under natural law it is important not to harm anyone else and act within its morality which we all latently know. We don’t need volumes of books to know the difference between right and wrong. All of us as children should have been taught how to think for ourselves instead of depending on others to make important decisions for us. The solution for making good decisions is right reason and common sense.
The governments of the world violate the natural law on a regular basis. Their whole existence is based on artificial organizations which has fulminated a legal system which is rotten to the core. Government rules and regulations destroy everyones’ lives and they are very destructive. In fact, it is my opinion that these governments are evil on purpose and everything they do is focused to make mankind’s life as short and miserable as possible.
No man is obligated to violate the natural law which the real God created. When any government law or regulation violates the natural law then it should be disobeyed. This is important and a major source of error for mankind. But it is up to everyone to make good choices and avoid the evil of the “new world order.” Religions should also be held to the same standard. If their teachings conflict with the natural law then they are of no value and can cause great confusion and harm.
I believe that we were created to enjoy our lives but the evil things keep us distracted from what we should be doing. By staying within the natural law, we are setting ourselves up for a successful life no matter how long we live. Evil is intended to make us all miserable and it should always be avoided.
Walter Allen Thompson