Divorce: Permitted by the Mosaic Law
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Whether it was Lawful to Divorce a Wife under the Mosaic Law?
... permitted second marriages, so Moses allowed the bill of divorce. But second marriages
are not sinful. Therefore neither was it sinful under the Mosaic law to ...
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Moses, Allowing Divorce, and Christ Prohibiting It, Explained John ...
... was not the abolition of the Mosaic ordinance [4831] by any suddenly devised proposal
of divorce; because it ... by her (a union which the law permitted only on ...
/.../the five books against marcion/chapter xxxiv moses allowing divorce and.htm

Even if the Permission had Been Given by St. Paul in the Sense ...
... Psychics Allege, It Was Merely Like the Mosaic Permission of Divorce"A Condescension
to ... if the apostle had even absolutely permitted marriage when ...
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What did Moses Write?
... Jesus quotes the law of divorce from Deuteronomy 24:1,2 ... It is sometimes said that
these retaliations were simply permitted under the Mosaic law, but this ...
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Against Jovinianus.
... tempted by the Pharisees, and asked whether according to the law of Moses it was
permitted to put ... art bound to a wife, give her not a bill of divorce. ...
/.../jerome/the principal works of st jerome/against jovinianus.htm

On the Interpretation of Scripture
... back some thousand years before the Mosaic chronology; recent ... attempt to force politics
and law into the ... any of following subjects:"1, Divorce; 2, Marriage ...
/.../on the interpretation of scripture.htm

Period iii. The Critical Period: AD 140 to AD 200
... in showing the relation of Greek philosophy to the Mosaic dispensation and to ... on
account of the hardness of your hearts, permitted a man to divorce his wife ...
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Byzantine Empresses Theodora ii. , Theophano, Zoe, Theodora iii.
... that they might protect the rich mosaic pavement, in ... can we account for the resources
which permitted the lavish ... the throne, but that he must divorce his wife ...
/.../brittain/women of early christianity/xiii byzantine empresses theodora ii.htm

Chaldaean Civilization
... the contract, the religious ceremonies"Divorce: the rights ... inlaid with gold, or panels
of mosaic such as ... instance, no royal official was permitted to impose ...
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The First Epistle of St. Peter
... of trials which beset Christians is permitted only to ... turns to describe Christians
in a mosaic of OT ... Justin Martyr) was obliged eventually to divorce her pagan ...
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Deuteronomy 24:1
When a man has taken a wife, and married her, and it come to pass that she find no favor in his eyes, because he has found some uncleanness in her: then let him write her a bill of divorce, and give it in her hand, and send her out of his house.
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