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(Most theologians and historians see Old Testament law and moral rules as elevating the status of women)
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==External links==
 
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*[http://www.amazon.com/Is-God-Moral-Monster-Testament/dp/0801072751 Is God a Moral Monster?] - book description at Amazon.com
 
*[http://www.amazon.com/Is-God-Moral-Monster-Testament/dp/0801072751 Is God a Moral Monster?] - book description at Amazon.com
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*[http://www.academia.edu/207695/The_First_Constitution_Rethinking_the_Origins_of_Rule_of_Law_and_Separation_of_Powers_in_Light_of_Deuteronomy The First Constitution: Rethinking the Origins of Rule of Law and Separation of Powers in Light of Deuteronomy] - Bernard M. Levinson
  
 
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*[[Rape#Punishment_for_rape|Punishment for rape]]
 
*[[Rape#Punishment_for_rape|Punishment for rape]]

Revision as of 11:28, 30 April 2013

Old Testament morality has come under attack from atheists professing to see only cruelty and oppression in God's dealings with the ancient Hebrews. Their case is based entirely on Biblical quotations which seem outlandish in the light of modern Christian and particularly American ethics.

Most theologians and historians see Old Testament law and moral rules as elevating the status of women.

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