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How is divine authority depicted?Is it just or unjust?

hello i attached three files 1. the Instructions file how the essay should be look like, and has the two question , the essay should be write as compare and contrast , How is divine authority depicted?Is it just or unjust? between Euthyphro and The Ten Commandments the two file been attached,so you have to read this two files from Euthyphro and The Ten Commandments please to understand what you going to talk about ,thank you
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