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Regulations of the Mosaic Law, and the Customs
of the Ancient Hebrews
State of that people, antecedent to the Law, in the
1. In reference to Adultery:—
Distinction between the Moral and the Judicial Law
The Prohibition of the Crime in the Decalogue
Definition and Derivation of the Term in the Original
Penalties attaching on this Crime
Modes of Punishment in use among the Jews
The Test of Adultery in the Waters of Jealousy
Particulars of this Test
The Punishment in later times
Alterations introduced by the Glosses of the Rabbies
The Laws and Customs of Other Nations.
The Doctrines of the New Testament; the usages
The Sermon on the Mount contained the Saviour's
View of Adultery and Divorce - • • • ify
Also from the nature of the Crime • • 00
The opinions of the best writers, Seidell, &c. ill
Various Versions cited ib^
The Question, as to the Liberty of Re-marriage, fol-
Argued in the affirmative.
The equality of duties and advantages assigned to
both Sexes by the New Testament • • ib.
The opinions of the Apostles :—
St. Paul particularly, the others generally Lj^}p
Epistle to the Corinthians :—
Equally to be avoided as the former ib.