Divine law is divided into the Old Law and the New Law (q91, a5).
Law is directed to the common good, and human law is no exception.
If a human law does deviate in this way, if it is not a proper and rationally defensible application of the natural law, then it is a perversion of law, which is to say, it is a law in name only (q95, a2, p.
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But laws governing automobile traffic so as, among other things, to preserve human health and life are applications specific to the era in which automobiles exist.
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Now among all others, the rational creature is subject to divine providence in a more excellent way, insofar as it partakes of a share of providence, by being provident for itself and for others.
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Natural law is less specific than human laws, but human laws are applications of natural law and cannot deviate from what we might call the spirit of the natural law, as applied to the time and place of the human law's promulgation.