The Question: A theocracy is based on what kind of law?
In a theocracy, the government is led by religious officials and has a legal system based on religious law. Most countries today are not theocracies, instead adopting the separation of church and state. However, a few notable theocracies include Saudi Arabia and the Vatican. Historically, many of the world’s governments were run as theocracies and were led by someone who was believed to have a close relationship with divinity.
The correct answer is Religious.