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You should go back to the

You should go back to the laws of Alfred the Great. You have to discard anything that calls for murdering a large number of people as inadmissable. The actual english roots for Christian law comes from Alfred - who traces it in turn to the Bible and apostles. When the Normans invaded, a lot of the Anglo-ish (english) law remained. Alfred the great was an uniquely Christian king, and quoted the Bible in his laws. Sherieffs for instance are from the anglos. The king was also elected.

FYI - I have a copy of Alfred's laws around here that I might be able to dig up if you want me to email you a copy. They are hard to find even online.

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