I will argue that international law needs religion because it is indeterminate and that international law should not attempt to resolve legal indeterminancy because this would require establishing an official international religion. Given the limitations of this article, however, I will not attempt to provide a comprehensive normative and descriptive account of law and international law to support this claim." My more modest expectations are to provide a normative theory of law to justify the interpretation of international law in cases in which international law is indeterminate.
22 Miss. C. L. Rev. 263 (2003).