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‘Natural Law is meaningless without belief in a creator God.’ Evaluate this view. [AO2 30]
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Natural law is meaningless without belief in a creator God. The proposition that there is a God, is based off of faith. Natural law is based off of science. The fact that a God is needed for natural law is interesting. A God would have created the world, and know everything about nature. So, this is, in a logical sense, true. Man cannot create nature, or, as a matter of a fact destroy it. nature was put there by a God, and there is nothing we humans can do about it. We may be able to destroy nature, but the energy will always be there. There isn't a way for us to destroy the energy, only a God could. So, without a God, there would be no natural law. The laws of nature would not exist. Nature would not exist. We would never have existed, and natural law would never be. That is my proposition, and what I would say to that question.
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