More on women who would (or would not) drink the bitter waters. Plus, the forbidden relationships – for which the husband’s warning is valid, and she can become a sotah – despite all the rationales that might suggest otherwise. Also, the kohen’s wife who does need to drink the waters, and in the event of her acquittal, goes home to her husband, even if she had some kind of negative reaction to the waters (that still is not a guilty verdict).
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