D E U T E R O N O M Y
The laws of this chapter provide, I. For the
preserving of the purity and honour of the families of Israel, by
excluding such as would be a disgrace to them, ver. 1-8. II. For the preserving of the
purity and honour of the camp of Israel when it was abroad,
ver. 9-14. III. For the
encouraging and entertaining of slaves who fled to them, ver. 15, 16. IV. Against whoredom,
ver. 17, 18. V. Against
usury, ver. 19, 20. IV.
Against the breach of vows, ver.
21-23. VII. What liberty a man might take in his
neighbour's field and vineyard, and what not, ver. 23, 25.