Daily Study of the Noahide Code of Laws
The Divine Code for February 5, 2023
Today: Page 464 - 464
Topic Chapter 7:4 - 7:8
The main restriction against seclusion applies to a married woman and another man. It is righteous to extend this to seclusion between a single woman and a married or single man.
The prohibition of seclusion only applies in a closed place, or in an area where it is unlikely that anyone else will pass by. But during the daytime, in a place where the door is open or there is a large window that is uncovered, and it is likely that a person will pass by and see all that is happening in the room with clear visibility, there is no prohibition for forbidden partners to be alone together in that place.
Reading schedule of the Divine Code
Yesterday's Study Topic: 7:1 - 7:3
Tomorrow's Study Topic: 7:9- 7:10
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Sources: The Divine Code (4th edition) by Rabbi Moshe Weiner
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