I have always been fascinated with the Bible as a law book. Let me illustrate.
In the old Septuagint bible, there is a great passage I really like. I believe it is Proverbs 9:10. In the Septuagint is says “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the counsel of saints is understanding: for to know the law is the character of a sound mind.”.
The same passage in King James reads ” knowledge of the holy is understanding”.
An interesting rule of evidence says that ” specific evidence overrules general evidence”
Which one of these 2 passages sounds more specific…or makes any actual sense for that matter.
You be the judge!