By John T. Noonan Jr.
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Org/terms THE OLD TESTAMENT 33 Rachel is barren, she gives her slave girl to Jacob so that she may vicariously beget children through her slave (Gn 29:22-28, Gn 30: 1-5). A later story tells of David and his several wives, Micol, who "loved him" (1 K 18:20, 28); Abigail whose enterprising betrayal of her nrst husband impressed him (1 K 25:23-42); and Bethsabee, whose beauty moved him to adultery and murder (2 K 11:2-17). The man to whom Micol was given during David's quarrel with Saul weeps when David takes her back (2 K 3: 16).
A later story tells of David and his several wives, Micol, who "loved him" (1 K 18:20, 28); Abigail whose enterprising betrayal of her nrst husband impressed him (1 K 25:23-42); and Bethsabee, whose beauty moved him to adultery and murder (2 K 11:2-17). The man to whom Micol was given during David's quarrel with Saul weeps when David takes her back (2 K 3: 16). David consoles Bethsabee when their nrst child dies (2 K 12:24). It would be foolish to deny that even in a polygamous society personal emotions could have a place.
Most English translations supply it. " On Jerome's translation used in the Vulgate, see Chapter III below. 5 David Daube, "Consortium in Roman and Hebrew Law," Juridical Review 62 (195 0 ),72-73,79,89,96. 6 A convenient summary of the positions taken by the exegesis is given by A. M. " La Vie spirituelle 15, Supplement (1962), 575-576: (1) Punishment for the contraceptive method used-John Skinner, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Genesis (New York, 1910); Otto Procksch, Die Genesis (Leipzig, 1913); Benno Jacob, Das erste Buch det Tora: Genesis (Berlin, 1934); Johannes Hempel, Das Ethos des Alten Testaments (Berlin, 1938); W.