If a man was guilty of breaking only one tenet of law, he is guilty of violating the ENTIRE law.
I have a question -- Say a man, under the law, was guilty of adultery, and had to bring a sacrifice to atone for his sin. If the man was guilty of violating the ENTIRE law, then why did he not have to bring sacrifices to atone for EVERY transgression accounted for by the law, such a murder, robbery, etc.?!
What is the ENTIRE law of God....Is it just a compilation of each and every law put forth in the Torah, or is there something deeper at work here?!
I would think that if a man was guilty of violating every single tenet of the law, then he would have to bring a sacrifice to atone for every single tenet.
Maybe I'm just confusing the matter -- but the law does discriinate between different sacrifices offered up for different sins.