The book ‘Mere Christianity is broken down into four different books, each containing its own chapters. Book one is named ‘Right and The Wrong as a Clue to the Meaning of Life’. This book contains five chapters. It explains what the Law of Nature is, and how it is seen by people. Also explaining the past, present and forever meaning of how we act by the law and how it differs from other “natural laws.”
In the first chapter; ‘The Law of Human Nature’ the author tells his reader how the law of nature is seen by today’s thinkers, and of older thinkers. That the law is not merely another natural law as to gravity is, but how it is more of a way of thinking. Showing how all people of a way of knowing how to act, for example when he had said “.. The human idea of decent behavior was obvious to everyone”. In this chapter he also talks about, how the natural law has much criticism and how some say it could not be true, because of different ages and civilizations have had different ideas about how to basically think and act. He disagrees with this claim because; despite where you come from you will always know what is real right and wrong.
The second chapter; ‘Some Objections’ discusses about him explaining the laws of nature, morals, and decent behavior to people who had sent letters to him asking if they were merely impulses, or instinct built over time. He said that, it could be seen that way, he then goes into detail about how the laws go in with instinct. The author then goes back to another letter, saying the laws are fed to people through education. His response was that anything learned through education is merely of human invention, a good example he used was multiplication tables. Also saying that everything out into us can always be taught the opposite way it was taught. That, these laws aren’t only taught through parents and teachers but, come to them as sort of an instinct.
The author then...