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The article examines laws in legal codes in the Torah, among them the Decalogue, the Covenant Code, the Deuteronomy Code, the Holiness Code and the Law in Numbers. The analysis makes use of the socio-critical method and studies to what extent the norms create legal institutes and build an orderly and safe community through a legal theory perspective and, on the contrary, to what extent disrespecting the norms causes the disintegration of the individual and the community. The Decalogue establishes a framework for the relationship between the Israelites and God and to others in the community. The Covenant Code aims at living in freedom in the homeland, protecting the excluded ones and integrating them into the community. The Deuteronomy Code corresponds to the reform of King Josiah. The Holiness Code and the Law in Numbers include a specific programme of religious and social renewal in the post-exilic era.
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The article examines laws on crime in the Hebrew Bible. It admits that the Hebrew Bible does not contain any systematic treatise on crime or any criminal code. However, it is possible to identify in the Biblical text wrongful acts as offences against JHWH, against superiors, against life, body and liberty and offences against others within the context of family relations. The offences not only harm the victim but also violate justice and disturb order and predictability in society. Therefore, the penalties are aimed especially at eradicating the wrongful acts from the community of Israel.
Content available remote Rajmund z Peňafortu: De matrimonio
The article studies the concept of marriage according to Summa on Marriage by Raymond of Penyafort of the first half of the thirteen century. It analyzes and comments on the definition of marriage, biblical institution of marriage, reasons for the institution of marriage, the role of consent, the effects and the goods of marriage and the form of a lawful or clandestine marriage. It concludes that canon law on marriage in this Summa promoted monogamous marriage which is contracted by free consent of a man and a woman and aims at establishing a family.
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