"You shall not have intercourse with your neighbor's wife, to be defiled with her.
In the old testament adultery was when a man had sexual relations with another man's wife. (like David did.)
What Abraham did was dumb perhaps but not adultery under that law.
Even Tamar and Judah is not a clear cut case of adultery.
Horribly worded question. The question has nothing to do with rights and the question is; did Abraham commit adultery. Obviously, yes.Does anyone has the right to accuse Abraham of adultery ?
Caine murdered his brother Abel. It has nothing to do when the concept of murder or adultery came about.The Law hadn't been given yet. It wasn't until generations later that it was revealed too Moses.
What's your source that he didn't marry Hagar ?He didn't marry Hagar. End of discussion. Sarah said he could sleep with her servant Hagar. Perhaps Mr. Webster can help----"Definition of adultery
: voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person and someone other than that person's current spouse or partner". Permission means nothing
That's a great difference between Islam and other religions..Muslims believe that God chose the best among humanity to deliver his message. God chooses whom He pleases for this purpose. They were the best in morals and they were mentally and physically fit, protected by God from falling into cardinal, major sins.I believe he did commit adultery but that doesn't make him any less a child of God than anyone else. We all sin and fall short of righteousness. David, Solomon, and others committed adultery as well. Christ forgave a woman found in an adulterous situation in the New Testament and told her to "sin no more." Abraham was a great patriarch but he was also an imperfect patriarch.
Isa 41:21* “Present your case,” says יהוה. “Let your strong ones come near,” says the Sovereign of Ya‛aqoḇ.*the difference between Qur'an & Bible
Cambridge Bible for Schools and CollegesGen 26:5* because Aḇraham obeyed My voice and guarded My Charge: My commands, My laws, and My Torot.
Genesis 2:24, "“Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.”
Gen 4:7* If thou doest well, shalt thou not be accepted? and if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the door.
No one deserves a right for rights are bestowed by our Creator. Hence, the notion that it is inalienable. Odd that you are fixated on undermining the notion of rights, which is connected to restraining government.Everyone shall have the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty.. This applies to the commoners...Does the friend of God deserve this right
The act of adultery is just in your mind and you didn't prove it.No one deserves a right for rights are bestowed by our Creator. Hence, the notion that it is inalienable. Odd that you are fixated on undermining the notion of rights, which is connected to restraining government.
The notion of presumption of innocence, again pertains ONLY to government action in a legal proceeding.
We don't know that Abraham married Hagar but we do know he was married to Sara. That, plus the act of adultery makes him an adulterer, rights and accusations not withstanding.