(Text as at 12/08/2007 10:17:46)
Certain laws of Moses (eg. those relating to homosexuality or filial disobedience) seem to be primitive, though some of them may have been more appropriate in the context of their times than they appear today. Others seem to be superstitious (eg. the determination of adultery by forcing the suspect to imbibe poisonous draughts).
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