Uh huh. Because they are thematically similar means I copy and pasted it, is that right?<quoted text>
Here is where you got it, not from the alleged Locke papers to your left.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
"Natural law is also distinct from divine law in that the latter, in the Christian tradition, normally referred to those laws that God had directly revealed through prophets and other inspired writers. Natural law can be discovered by reason alone and applies to all people, while divine law can be discovered only through God's special revelation and applies only to those to whom it is revealed and who God specifically indicates are to be bound."
You are a fraud.
They are thematically similar because my summation is scholastically accurate.
Copy and paste would be a direct quotation. Copy and paste is what you've been doing. What would we expect from someone who's spamming the thread with direct copy and paste? The thief flatters himself that everyone else is a thief also.
You aren't able to rebut on point. Instead you misdirect with flaccid accusations. Your feeble attempt to back up your accusations is an abject failure.
The fraud is clear even to yourself, just as Barton is a fraud. The nut doesn't fall far from the rotted tree.
Flail away, silly man.