ANSWERS: 4
  • The Leverite laws required her husband's brother or next of kin to marry her and raise up children in her husbands name. This is another example as well of the Lord God's approval of polygamy.
    • Anoname
      My answer too.
    • Linda Joy
      so why didn't you answer Anoname?
    • Linda Joy
      It's not polygamy if the husband is dead.
    • Thinker
      But the brother was married, so he had more than one wife. By the way he refused to make his sister in law/wife pregnant through sexual interruptus spilling his seed on the ground. (not masturbation as churches like to claim). This angered the Lord God because the brother refused to make and heir for his brother. The Lord God had him killed.
    • Linda Joy
      You speak as if this applied to only one person. God approves of polygamy only when it is legal. And voluntarily accepted by all parties involved.
    • Thinker
      Polygamy is spoken of in the Bible more than any other marriage relationship. The Roman government restricted polygamy and allowed a man to have only one wife. The Roman government was afraid of the Jews would soon outnumber them and take over. The Jews always had polygamy except during those times when they were under the control of another government. Monogamy today is based on the Roman law of only one wife. This was not the Lord Gods intention for mankind.
  • She would start partying again.
    • Ice man
      Start the music and let the good times roll !
    • Linda Joy
      I did! Y'all come shake your tail feathers with me! https://www.answerbag.com/q_view/3510378
  • She has to ... walk like an Egyptian. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cv6tuzHUuuk
    • Linda Joy
      No she has to shake her tail feathers! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jK33V7FGjd8
    • Ice man
      Thanks, that got my tail feathers a shakin'. : )
    • Linda Joy
      Wish I could see that!
  • not sure, never heard of that one

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