Though ethics manifesting in civil society provide the formulated and recognized moral construct for personal behaviour in the confines of the law, is it possible that the formulation should be based on property, which is forged from natural rights theory? As Christians we do indeed in variance apply "Christian ethics" to our own personal walks, but of course we do not, or at least by my perspective, should not use compulsory law to force others to walk as we personally choose to walk. For ambiguous morality is impossible to legislate without despotism. Can we also ponder in this consideration that "societal ethics" given enough time, will usually translate historically to " brutal despotic force" in the the confines of the law when its pragmatic? Thus property is not only superior in my suggestion, but would suggest also that its scriptural. thoughts?