SEV Biblia, Chapter 20:16 Y la mujer que se acercare a algún animal, para tener ayuntamiento con él, a la mujer y al animal matarás; morirán infaliblemente; su sangre será sobre ellos.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Leviticus 20:16 Verse 16. If a woman approach unto any beast] We have the authority of one of the most eminent historians in the world, Herodotus, to say that this was a crime not unknown in Egypt; yea, that a case of this nature actually took place while he was there. egeneto dÆ en tw no mw toutw epÆ emeu touto to terav, gunaiki tragov emisgeto anafandon.
touto ev epideixin anqrepen apiketo. Herod. in Euterp., p. 108.Edit. Gale, Lond. 1679. "In this district, within my own recollection, this portentous business took place: a goat coupled so publicly with a woman that every person knew it," &c. After this, need we wonder that God should have made laws of this nature, when it appears these abominations were not only practiced among the Egyptians, but were parts of a superstitious religious system? This one observation will account for many of those strange prohibitions which we find in the Mosaic law; others, the reasons of which are not so plain, we should see the propriety of equally, had we ampler historic records of the customs that existed in that country.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 16. And if a woman approach unto any beast, and lie down thereto , etc.] In order that the beast may lie with her, and solicit it to commit such an action with her, (see Leviticus 18:23); thou shall kill the woman and the beast : the woman by stoning, and the beast with clubs, as the Targum of Jonathan; and this for the same reasons as before, as well as to prevent monstrous births: they shall surely be put to death ; both the one and the other, and not spared: their blood [shall be] upon them ; they are guilty of a capital crime, a crime which deserves death; this must be understood of the man that lies with a beast, and of the woman; for as for the beast itself, as it is not capable of sinning, so not of guilt, in a proper sense.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-27 - These verses repeat what had been said before, but it was needful ther should be line upon line. What praises we owe to God that he has taugh the evil of sin, and the sure way of deliverance from it! May we have grace to adorn the doctrine of God our Saviour in all things; may we have no fellowship with unfruitful works of darkness, but reprove them __________________________________________________________________
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