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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Adultery
adultery with the wife of another and defile his neighbor's wife let them be put to death both the adulterer and the adulteress." (See also Deuteronomy 22:22) This was quite in keeping with the prevailing practice of polygamy among the Israelites.
adultery of the husband, unlike that of the wife, was not sufficient ground for divorce.
adultery of a wife, besides the injury done the husband by her infidelity, a spurious child may be born which he may think himself bound to sustain, and which may perhaps become his heir.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/01163a.htm   (2264 words)

  
  Adultery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Adultery is generally defined as consensual sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than his or her lawful spouse.
In the original Napoleonic Code, a man could ask to be divorced from his wife if she committed adultery, but the adultery of the husband was not a sufficient motive unless he had kept his concubine in the family home.
Adultery is forbidden in the seventh commandment of the Ten Commandments.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Adultery   (776 words)

  
 Adultery in literature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The theme of adultery features in a wide range of literature through the ages.
This is hardly surprising, as the fact of adultery has been a part of the human existence for as long as there has been marriage.
As marriage and family are often regarded as basis of society a story of adultery often shows the conflict between social pressure and individual struggle for happiness.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Adultery_in_literature   (450 words)

  
 Adultery
Adultery is as serious as murder and perjury in the Ten Commandments--the centerpiece of the religion of 85% of North Americans.
Failure to prosecute adultery in the US paralleled a tripling of the murder rate, a 98 point plunge in SAT scores (putting the US last in the world in education), the elimination of Personal Savings, and the rapid rise of radical feminism.
Adultery is a Crime in the District of Columbia.
christianparty.8m.com /adultery.htm   (1587 words)

  
 adultery. New York Divorce and Family Law, the definitive site about divorce, child support and custody.
Adultery is defined in the statute as the commission of an act of sexual or deviate sexual intercourse, voluntarily performed by the defendant, with a person other than the plaintiff after the marriage of the plaintiff and the defendant.
In a divorce action grounded upon the adultery of the defendant, the plaintiff has the burden of proving the material allegations of his or her complaint, even though the defendant defaults in appearing or pleading, or the answer does not put in issue the allegation of adultery.
Thus, where the adultery of the plaintiff was committed with the connivance of the defendant, the defendant cannot use such adultery as a defense to a divorce action brought against him or her, since the defendant could not maintain an action for divorce against the plaintiff because of the defendant's connivance.
www.brandeslaw.com /grounds_for_divorce/adultery.htm   (3465 words)

  
 Adultery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Adultery is generally defined as consensual sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their lawful spouse.
In places where adultery laws are still commonly enforced, women are often punished more harshly than men, in some cases being considered guilty of adultery even when they did not consent to sex.
In the U.S. Military, adultery is a court-martialable offense, punishable by dishonorable discharge, forfeitfure of all pay and allowances, and one year confinement.
www.gilroy.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Adultery   (480 words)

  
 Adultery?
Adultery was a violation of the husbands' property rights, not morality, and polygyny was the standard.
Again remember men could have as many wives and concubines as they wished, and adultery was understood as only being something a women could do, in violation of the property rights of her husband and was never a sin for a male.
Adultery, more fully understood Biblically is the willful and harmful violation (adulteration) of the primary, the permanence, and the honesty of the marriage.
www.polyorlando.org /html/adultery_.htm   (2883 words)

  
 Adultery
Because adultery laws are not upheld, one third of the men in the world behind bars are American men.
Adultery is as serious as murder and perjury in the Ten Commandments--the centerpiece of the religion of 86% of North Americans.
Simply because adultery laws are not upheld, DNA tests now show that one out of five (20%) of fathers who thought they were biologically linked to their children, are not--they are the products of adultery.
christianparty.net /adulteryforum.htm   (1930 words)

  
 Adultery in Divorce law in England
Adultery is a common ground for divorce in England because, like unreasonable behaviour, it offers "instant" divorce where it applies whereas the other three grounds for divorce involve compulsory long delays.
The fact of adultery is irrelevant to either of these legal decisions and the days of the courts "punishing" someone for adultery in questions involving child custody or capital division or whatever are long since over.
Adultery is a ground for divorce which is often slightly different from others and sometimes that presents peculiar advantages and disadvantages.
www.terry.co.uk /divorce2.html   (814 words)

  
 Adultery, Definition of Adultery - WomanSavers
Adultery is clearly forbidden in the seventh commandment of the Ten Commandments and is punishable by death.
However, in the past, only a married woman engaging in sex with another man counted as adultery in which case both the woman and the man were considered guilty.
In various countries adultery is illegal and in the United States adultery laws vary from state to state.
www.womansavers.com /adultery.asp   (434 words)

  
 Adultery
Adultery is in society and is now in the church.
Yet even though most people consider adultery to be wrong and know that it can be devastating, our society still perpetuates a number of untruths about adultery through a popular mythology about extramarital affairs.
When a sexual affair is uncovered, observers often say, "What did he see in her?" or "What did she see in him?" Frequently the sex is better at home, and the marriage partner is at least as attractive as the adulterous partner.
www.leaderu.com /orgs/probe/docs/adultery.html   (2896 words)

  
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