Debate rages among Christans over everything from social drinking and tattoos to abortion, divorce and remarriage, same-sex unions, and using recreational drugs. Christians are splitting between the extremes of Legalism and Libertinism, with many caught in-between. The New Testament, especially in the practical teachings of the Apostle Paul, contains adequate answers to many of these questions and provides principles for making Godly decisions even on debatable matters never dreamt of two thousand years ago. In God's Laws, the author sorts through all of Paul's statements relative to sin, law, conduct, and behavior, as well as liberty and grace, categorizes them by subject and intent, and sythesizes them into a coherent and unified theology. The result is a personal realization that is not only practical but transformative. Paul placed the onus of responsibility squarely on the individual believer to obey God's original intent, rely on the Law of Faith, and practice the Law of Christ.