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The John Locke Research Papers Collection

The John Locke Research Papers Collection

The John Locke Research Papers Collection on Lockean contributions to Theology, Morality, Law, and the State. A collection of undergraduate and graduate research papers exploring John Locke’s contributions to theology, religion, morality, law, and the state, as well as his influence on the American political experience: ETH7630 – JUST WAR, REBELLION, AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION … Continue reading

ETH7610: Locke, Religion, Morality, Law, and State

ETH7610: Locke, Religion, Morality, Law, and State

PDF DOCUMENT: ETH7610 LOCKE RELIGION MORALITY LAW AND STATE A Research Paper Leonard O Goenaga Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary May 3, 2011 LOCKE, RELIGION, MORALITY, LAW AND STATE; A LOCKEAN EXPLORATION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL COVENANTAL RELATIONSHIP OF LEGAL POSITIVISM AND NATURAL LAW             John Locke, both an English gentleman and a physician of the 18th century, … Continue reading

Moral Absolutes, Life, and Law; A Scenario.

The following is a quoted question and scenario a friend asked me regarding law and conflicting responsibilities regarding a man breaking the speeding law to get to his pregnant birthing wife: “If your driving above the speed limit, but you have a legitimate reason for it, for example a distressing phone call that you need to hurry … Continue reading

Tocqueville on Religion and Law

The religion which declares that all are equal in the sight of God, will not refuse to acknowledge that all citizens are equal in the eye of the law. Religion is the companion of liberty in all its battles and all it conflicts; the cradle of its infancy and the divine source of its claims. – … Continue reading