Creditors: Might Take Interest from Strangers
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... the delicacy characteristic of Rabbinical law, creditors were expressly ... rented, a
somewhat higher charge might be made ... under any circumstances, to take a pledge ...
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The First victory for Dissent
... least the substitution of an explanatory charter, might be an ... Of course, it would
take some time to obey ... Creditors who had accepted land for debt would suffer. ...
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The Government of India.
... We take no such optimist position ... It has sometimes seemed as if creditors and debtors
included the ... of marriages, in the hope that the example might prevent the ...
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Period I: the Imperial State Church of the Undivided Empire, or ...
... condemn the misunderstanding, but not take away the ... the poor of the various churches
might be relieved ... up and, terror going on before, creditors were surrounded ...
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... people who were called Malignants, his darlings, might be brought ... that I know in
that affair; take them home ... of his numerous and just creditors, the deceased Mr ...
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Appeal to the Christian Women of the South
... debtors might be delivered to their creditors as servants ... sold himself to a rich
Gentile, he might be redeemed ... he who redeemed him, was not to take advantage of ...
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The Life and Death of Mr. Badman,
... his son to his face thereof; nor to publish it that it might be read ... prodigious
judgments, for their sin, shall overlook, forget, pass by, or take no notice of ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook
Deuteronomy 23:20
To a stranger you may lend on usury; but to your brother you shall not lend on usury: that the LORD your God may bless you in all that you set your hand to in the land where you go to possess it.
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Creditors were often Defrauded

Creditors: Defined

Creditors: God's Claim Upon Men

Creditors: Might Demand: Bills or Promissory Notes

Creditors: Might Demand: Mortgages on Property

Creditors: Might Demand: Pledges

Creditors: Might Demand: Security of Others

Creditors: Might Take Interest from Strangers

Creditors: Often Cruel in Exacting Debts

Creditors: Often Exacted Debts by Imprisonment

Creditors: Often Exacted Debts by Selling the Debtor or Taking Him for a Servant

Creditors: Often Exacted Debts by Selling the Debtor's Family

Creditors: Often Exacted Debts by Selling the Debtor's Property

Creditors: Often Exacted Debts: from the Sureties

Creditors: Prohibited From: Exacting Debts from Brethren During Sabbatical Year

Creditors: Prohibited From: Exacting Usury from Brethren

Creditors: Prohibited From: Taking Millstones in Pledge

Creditors: Prohibited From: Violently Selecting Pledges

Creditors: Sometimes Entirely Remitted Debts

Creditors: The Demands of the Law

Creditors: To Return Before Sunset, Garments Taken in Pledge

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