swear falsely

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If I swear falsely may heaven visit me with all the penalties which it metes out to those who perjure themselves.
Following the approach of Rashi, Radak explains that God's response was a slightly different version of the Third Commandment: You shall not swear falsely by the name of the Lord your God (Ex.
Thus, by the pretext of Christ's words in Matthew 5[:33-37] in which he says, "On the contrary you have heard that the ancients had said, 'you will not swear falsely, but you will pay to the Lord what you have vowed.
The saying is from of old," that is, he is saying, "Thus, it has been handed down from your ancestors by the Scribes and Pharisees, 'You shall not swear falsely (peierabis).
If I fulfill this oath and do not violate it, may it be granted to me to enjoy life and art, being honored with fame among all men for all time to come; if I transgress it and swear falsely, may the opposite of all this be my lot.
It had become commonplace for merchants to swear falsely that no custom was owed, and Kames justifies the false oath on the basis that as "'the oath is only exacted for form's sake, without any faith intended to be given or received, it becomes very little different from saying in the way of civility, "I am, sir, your friend, or your obedient servant"'"(4) Godwin is even more disgusted, however, by the utilitarian moralist William Paley's catalogue of "`falsehoods which are not lies; that is, which are not criminal'" in his Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy, widely used as a college textbook.
The 11 Negatives are: Not to believe in other gods, Not to make idols, Not to bow to them, Not to worship them in any way, Not to swear falsely, Not to work on Shabbat, Not to murder, Not to commit adultery, Not to steal, Not to testify falsely, Not to covet.