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22无论是寄居的或是本地人,你们都应一律对待,因为我是耶和华你们的 神。”
22Ye shall have one manner of law, as well for the stranger, as for one of your own country: for I am the LORD your God.
22 Verse 22. Ye shall have one manner of law, as well for the

stranger as for one of your own country] Equal laws, where each

individual receives the same protection and the same privileges,

are the boast only of a sound political constitution. He who

respects and obeys the laws has a right to protection and

support, and his person and property are as sacred in the sight

of justice as the person and property of the prince. He who

does not obey the laws of his country forfeits all right and

title to protection and privilege; his own actions condemn him,

and justice takes him up on the evidence of his own

transgressions. He who does what is right need not fear the

power of the civil magistrate, for he holds the sword only to

punish transgressors. Universal obedience to the laws is the

duty of every citizen; none can do more, none should do less:

therefore each individual in a well regulated state must have

equal rights and privileges in every thing that relates to the

safety of his person, and the security of his property. Reader,

such was the Mosaic code; such IS the BRITISH CONSTITUTION.