The child strongly represents Christ, but what if its God that walked and not the non-believers as mentioned earlier. God knew that his son was going to die when he sent him to. Religion is considered a lifestyle for its followers, believing solely in its validity and disregarding reality. Beliefs based upon religion have been the root of numerous conflicts in the past, making excuses for lack of morality. Huckleberry Finn, the protagonist, is brought up in a household strictly following preachings, yet is skeptical of it himself.
The Divine Right of Kings or Regal Tyranny? (Hobbes and Lilburne) | Online Library of Liberty
A key aspect to understanding Acts Ill and IV in Richard II is the divine right of kings and how God deeply impacts these characters decisions and actions. The king is supposedly chosen by God himself and is ideally a fgure of a natural born leader and warrior. Naturally, since England was predominately Catholic at the time, going against God in any way was unacceptable. There is also a deep sense of content by the characters that God will sort out all of their disputes by hoosing sides and the righteous will reign.
Henry in turn wrote an article entitled The Act of Supremacy. Henry VIII promoted the idea that the king was subject to no one. This idea is called The Divine Right of Kings. James I wanted to control the people and the religion of England.