Unique Natural Law

Unique Natural LawThis Essay is to tell readers that they are still not obeying a natural Law of Right Action identified by Richard Wetherill decades ago. This law requires the human race to be rational, honest, and morally right, thereby enabling human life to continue.

Scripture starts with the creation of the physical realm and continues with the creation of the first man, Adam. The creator told him what to do and what not to do, and Adam followed those instructions.

One instruction was that he should not eat the fruit of the tree in the center of the Garden, or he would surely die. Adam happily obeyed.

But when given a female to help Adam tend the Garden, they both disobeyed by eating that forbidden fruit. Suddenly they became aware of their nakedness and hid from the creator's sight. Their disobedience drove them from the protection of the Garden, and later they surely did die.

Even today, people have not learned from that incident to obey instructions found in the creator's natural Law of Right Action. They have not stopped engaging in much forbidden wrong action but instead do as they please.

Most people know that certain of the creator's natural laws if not obeyed are able to cause sudden death - gravity, for example. While other natural laws if not obeyed cause a plethora of unwanted, disagreeable results and eventually people die.

It is imperative to emphasize that those persons who truly want to survive, strive always to obey the creator's natural Law of Right Action: think, say, and do what is rational, honest, and morally right.