Natural Law

In its classical Greek form, Natural Law is the opposite of moral relativism – the view that values come from culture. Aquinas believed that morality was a function of the rational human nature that God has given us, and stressed that God’s purposes in Creation defined our purpose as human beings, and therefore how we ought to lead our lives. Values come from our nature and the natural order, not from our culture.

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