Essay heading: Law in the Old Testament, As seen through Aquinas' Treatise of LAw

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This sense that order is maintained through the devout following of God's will reinforces the importance of the Ten Commandments as laws that contribute to a just society. These laws, which are ordained directly by God, would most obviously belong to Aquinas's description of eternal law, despite their purpose of permitting or restricting human behavior and actions...
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This sense that order is maintained through the devout following of God's will reinforces the importance of the Ten Commandments as laws that contribute to a just society. These laws, which are ordained directly by God, would most obviously belong to Aquinas's description of eternal law, despite their purpose of permitting or restricting human behavior and actions...
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