I caught this phrase in a Chinese novel. Based on my understanding, the literal translation would be "The law of asking and discussing Heaven", which sounds really clumsy and lengthy. Is there any comfortable translation for this?
Thanks to user6065 commenting below, I decided to go with "Principles of Heaven", which sounds best imo. Feel free to reply if you have a better one.
Edit: This was just a name taken from a novel. The full paragraph is:
which I translated as:
“A month reading this ‘Principles of Heaven’, all of the principles are great. But only these four words – ‘repay cruelty with kindness’ – I absolutely cannot agree with!” Luo Zheng whispered softly to himself. Staring at the bean-sized flame of the lamp, his face revealed a sad expression: “Had my father not been kind, not believed those words, how could I, the main house’s direct bloodline, have fallen into such a situation? And he – he wouldn’t have died...”
The novel name is 百炼成神. I'm trying to make an English translation that is comfortable to the native. How is the translation? Is it fluent, correct to the meaning or something else? I would be really thankful if someone could make a nice title out of this. As of now I was planning to name it "Refining to God", which lacks a lot of meanings imo, but sounds rather nice.