- Oct 28, 2018
- SL Rez
Well, the early Norwegian christian laws didn't involve killing, only fines (since, as everybody knows, 11th century Norway didn't have any tradition for violence) but the basic principle should still apply:Plus what is the appropriate response if your boss asks you to work on weekends? Do they get an exception if they are from a culture that is fine with it?
- If a man is working alone in the forest on a Sunday, there is no penalty because he may well have lost track of the days.
- If two men are working together in the forest on a Sunday, there is no penalty because one of them may have lost track and you can't expect the two to be sure who is right and who is wrong.
- If three men are working together in the forest on a Sunday, they are to be penalized because it is not concievable that they are all confused about what day it is.