Keil and Delitzsch Commentary - Deuteronomy 25:13 - 25:13

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Keil and Delitzsch Commentary - Deuteronomy 25:13 - 25:13


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The duty of integrity in trade is once more enforced in Deu 25:13-16 (as in Lev 19:35-36). “Stone and stone,” i.e., two kinds of stones for weighing (cf. Psa 12:3), viz., large ones for buying and small ones for selling. On the promise in Deu 25:15, see Deu 4:26; Deu 5:16; Deu 25:16, as in Deu 22:5; Deu 18:12, etc. In the concluding words, Deu 25:16, “all that do unrighteously,” Moses sums up all breaches of the law.