Chthonic legal tradition
The thread must be between 400–600 words, demonstrate course-related knowledge, integrate biblical principles, and include at least 1 scholarly source in addition to/other than the textbook/course material and the Bible, cited in Bluebook format.
The Chthonic legal tradition introduces the idea that even at the most basic level of society there are legal traditions. In the textbook, the author divides the Chthonic identity into two basic models. Briefly explain these two models, and provide at least 2 examples of the current exchange of Chthonic and western legal information. Are there any similarities between the Christian tradition of oral history and the Chthonic tradition?
H. Patrick Glenn, Legal Traditions of the World (5th ed. 2014). ISBN: 9780199669837.