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By Christo H. J. van der Merwe

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31, takes the form of a restrictive interpretation only: 'But the houses of the villages which have not walls around them shall be reckoned with the fields of the country; they may be redeemed, and they shall be released in the Jubilee' (RSV). 54 Property and the Family in Biblical Law seem to contradict the above statement. The old law of seventh-year slave-release has entirely disappeared, to be replaced by a fifty-year release—scarcely a case of supplementation. Moreover, the seventhyear release of debts has entirely disappeared without even finding a place in the Jubilee.

4 it is stated that if the daughters of Zelophehad marry outside their tribe, the land will pass to their new tribe at the Jubilee (hybl). This may be a mistaken gloss: the Jubilee is concerned with land that had been sold, not with inherited land. Also of interest is one of Ezekiel's ordinances concerning the Prince in his ideal Constitution. If the prince give of his property unto any of his sons, it shall belong to his sons; it shall be their possession as landed property. 16-17). 2. The Practicality of the Jubilee Modern commentators, beginning with J.

79. 2. 30). 1 2. Redemption of land. Here again we find very old regulations whose practice is evidenced in the narratives: Ruth 4; Jer. 6ff. Of particular interest are vv. J. Rabinowitz noted the striking similarity of Ismytt Idrtyw in v. 3 Also of interest is the verb qwm. It has here the technical, legal meaning of 'to pass' (of property). It is attested in this technical sense in only two other places in the Bible: in the narrative of the purchase of the cave of Machpelah, and in another block of redemption laws—in Lev.

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