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  • Then Abraham drew nearer to him and said: "Will you sweep away the innocent with the guilty? (Genesis 18, 23)

  • Far be it from you to do such a thing, to make the innocent die with the guilty, so that the innocent and the guilty would be treated alike! Should not the judge of all the world act with justice?" (Genesis 18, 25)

  • "When men have a fight and hurt a pregnant woman, so that she suffers a miscarriage, but no further injury, the guilty one shall be fined as much as the woman's husband demands of him, and he shall pay in the presence of the judges. (Exodus 21, 22)

  • But if the custodian is really guilty of theft, he must make restitution to the owner. (Exodus 22, 11)

  • You shall keep away from anything dishonest. The innocent and the just you shall not put to death, nor shall you acquit the guilty. (Exodus 23, 7)

  • continuing his kindness for a thousand generations, and forgiving wickedness and crime and sin; yet not declaring the guilty guiltless, but punishing children and grandchildren to the third and fourth generation for their fathers' wickedness!" (Exodus 34, 7)

  • if it is the anointed priest who thus sins and thereby makes the people also become guilty, he shall present to the LORD a young, unblemished bull as a sin offering for the sin he committed. (Leviticus 3, 3)

  • "If the whole community of Israel inadvertently and without even being aware of it does something that the LORD has forbidden and thus makes itself guilty, (Leviticus 3, 13)

  • "Should a prince commit a sin inadvertently by doing one of the things which are forbidden by some commandment of the LORD, his God, and thus become guilty, (Leviticus 3, 22)

  • "If a private person commits a sin inadvertently by doing one of the things which are forbidden by the commandments of the LORD, and thus becomes guilty, (Leviticus 3, 27)

  • or if someone, without being aware of it, touches any unclean thing, as the carcass of an unclean wild animal, or that of an unclean domestic animal, or that of an unclean swarming creature, and thus becomes unclean and guilty; (Leviticus 4, 2)

  • or if someone, without being aware of it, rashly utters an oath to do good or evil, such as men are accustomed to utter rashly, and then recognizes that he is guilty of such an oath; (Leviticus 4, 4)

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