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  • About three months later Judah was told, "Tamar your daughter-in-law has played the harlot; and moreover she is with child by harlotry." And Judah said, "Bring her out, and let her be burned." (Genesis 38, 24)

  • "Do not profane your daughter by making her a harlot, lest the land fall into harlotry and the land become full of wickedness. (Leviticus 19, 29)

  • For first of all, she has disobeyed the law of the Most High; second, she has committed an offense against her husband; and third, she has committed adultery through harlotry and brought forth children by another man. (Ecclesiasticus 24, 23)

  • A wife's harlotry shows in her lustful eyes, and she is known by her eyelids. (Ecclesiasticus 27, 9)

  • Lift up your eyes to the bare heights, and see! Where have you not been lain with? By the waysides you have sat awaiting lovers like an Arab in the wilderness. You have polluted the land with your vile harlotry. (Jeremiah 3, 2)

  • Because harlotry was so light to her, she polluted the land, committing adultery with stone and tree. (Jeremiah 3, 9)

  • at the head of every street you built your lofty place and prostituted your beauty, offering yourself to any passer-by, and multiplying your harlotry. (Ezekiel 16, 25)

  • You also played the harlot with the Egyptians, your lustful neighbors, multiplying your harlotry, to provoke me to anger. (Ezekiel 16, 26)

  • You multiplied your harlotry also with the trading land of Chalde'a; and even with this you were not satisfied. (Ezekiel 16, 29)

  • She did not give up her harlotry which she had practiced since her days in Egypt; for in her youth men had lain with her and handled her virgin bosom and poured out their lust upon her. (Ezekiel 23, 8)

  • "Her sister Ohol'ibah saw this, yet she was more corrupt than she in her doting and in her harlotry, which was worse than that of her sister. (Ezekiel 23, 11)

  • But she carried her harlotry further; she saw men portrayed upon the wall, the images of the Chalde'ans portrayed in vermilion, (Ezekiel 23, 14)


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