Ted Dotts


religion, law, profession, professional


This essay provides definitions for the terms "religion," "law" and "profession." The professional bears the power to bid forth -- to announce, command, tell, declare and make aware. Religion is the power to relate. Law is the power to regulate. The author concludes that religion and law are givens of human living. The question is not whether to have one or the other. The question is how we live with these realities.

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