[b-hebrew] Definite Article 7:14
hholmyard3 at earthlink.net
Sun Jul 15 22:56:22 EDT 2007
> OK, but what if the man is telling the truth; he indeed did not find
> evidence of her virginity.
HH: The laws outlines two possibilities: either he was making up the
charge, or she was guilty of promiscuity. Those are the only two
situations treated under the law.
> And the wife admits herself that she was not a virgin upon marriage,
> claiming to have lost her hallmark while riding her donkey, boys
> style, over some rough terrain. What then?
HH: That would have been a special circumstance not covered by the law
that would have had to be dealt with in the most logical way.
> "Then they shall bring out the damsel to the door of her father's
> house, and the men of her city shall stone her with stones that she die"?
HH: The law deals with a situation where the woman was guilty of
promiscuity. That's the only one it deals with when there was a loss of
virginity prior to marriage.
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