What is law?
Concepts, which is defined by the word "law" a great many. Laws are legal, moral, mathematical, physical, linguistic, philosophical and mystical, political, ecclesiastical, economic. Each type of laws has its own interpretation, but there are some common features that determine what a law is.
A law is a norm of human behavior or other matter that is accepted by society, which is always repeated in nature or must be repeated and executed in human society. That is, it is a set of rules that can not be broken. These rules are established in each type of law in different ways.
Legal laws are created by the government of the country, moral laws are created by people, by society, and by many generations. But the mathematical and physical laws are created by nature, and are stated and systematized by people, because they contain a set of rules that work regardless of whether the person discovered them or not. Therefore, these laws are constant, exist outside territorial boundaries, nationalities and time.
In its own way, it answers the question of what the law means, religion. This is a set of church-moral prescriptions that Christ gave to people through the apostles. The code of church laws echoes the subjects of moral laws. They are included in the first five books of the Bible and the Old Testament.
Language laws define the rules for writing and pronunciation of each individual language or group of languages.