I Peter 2:13
Yes, we are to obey human law, except when it conflicts with God’s law.
There is a chain of command; God is at the top, and then God-ordained authority. If a king appoints officers who in turn make laws which go directly contrary to the king, who are the people to obey: the officers, or the king? Obviously, the people are to obey the king if there is a conflict; otherwise, they are to obey the officers appointed by the king.
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