Law Blinded by Religion
Modern legislation has developed in conditions of overmoralizing due to inertia of the monotheistic ethics. By necessity legal criterions are overgeneralized and are ambiguous. Law still uses religious rhetoric and pathos that often outshout logic. No wonder it encounters difficulties to adjudge the case of paedocircumcision. Basically, legislature poorly differentiates the actual from the metaphorical, facts from fiction, physical from spiritual.