The Ten Commandments
A book by Joseph Lewis
Endnotes (converted from Footnotes)
The Fifth Commandment
Endnotes for The Fifth Commandment
5-1 Jewish Encyclopedia, Vol. 8, P. 660.
5-2 Leviticus, Chapter 20, verses 1-9. For a further analysis of the relationship of sympathetic magic between parents and children, see Frazer, Adonis, Attis, Osiris, pp. 236-248.
5-3 Leviticus, Chapter 20, verses 3-4.
5-4 Leviticus, Chapter 20, verses 5-9.
5-5 A typical case was recorded in the New York Herald Tribune, Oct. 18, 1931.
5-6 Ingersoll, Works, Vol. 1, p. 324.
5-7 Westermarck, Morals, Vol. 1, p. 627.
5-8 Quoted by Farrar, The Voice of Sinai, p. 180.
5-9 Westermarck, Morals, Vol. 1, p. 513.
5-10 Ibid., pp. 624, 625.
5-11 Hastings, Encyclopædia, Vol. 9, p. 478.
5-12 Westermarck, op. cit., Vol. 1, p. 622.
5-13 Ibid.., pp. 624, 625.
5-14 Westermarck, op. cit., Vol. 1, p. 608.
5-15 Ibid., Vol. 1, pp. 600, 601.
5-16 Westermarck, op. cit., Vol. 1, p. 604.
5-17 Coffin, The Ten Commandments, p. 98.
5-18 Lecky, Morals, Vol. 1, p. 79.
5-19 This phrase is generally attributed to Jesus, as an original thought and a new dispensation, as expressed in Matthew, Chapter 19, verse 19, and Chapter 22, verse 39, when as a matter of fact it is a purely tribal concept found in the Old Testament, Leviticus, Chapter 19, verse 18.
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