Moral law is implied by norms of conduct and are not enforceable by a Court of Law. Perhaps the best example of the distinction between moral law and positive law in the developed world comes from the death sentence meted out to a person found guilty of murder. The death sentence is pronounced not, because the moral law forbids murder. It is pronounced as a defence mechanism of the State that acts as a deterrent so as to protect the well being of its citizens.
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