In theory, law -- its principles, outcomes, and the entire body of its text -- is completely knowable, down to every jot and tittle
More troubling, however, is the demand to document every jot and tittle
Hence, if the taxpayer is able to produce (or reproduce) its books and records during an examination (and can satisfy the IRS concerning the underlying integrity of the records), then the taxpayer's failure to abide by every jot and tittle
of the procedure should be immaterial.
Not accepting every jot and tittle
handed down doesn't mean we are unspiritual.
Rushdoony, who died last year at the age of 84, was content to issue dense tomes arguing about the proper "biblical" way to order a reconstructed society, literally obsessing over every jot and tittle
in the law.