6. Business, Law, and GovernmentThere's a strange mix of business laws in the Bible. Here are a few examples: Don't sell real estate, don't charge interest on loans (except to strangers), and cancel all debts every seven years.
The commandments that deal with legal matters are difficult to describe or summarize. Bug there are some laws about ox goring that help explain the old saying, "It all depends on whose ox is being gored."
Most of Foreign Policy is covered later in the War and Genocide section. But there are a few commandments left over, telling us not to lend money to foreign nations, or borrow from them, or to learn any of their abominations.
The small sections on swearing and promises are interest, mostly because they contradict the teachings of Jesus and James in the New Testament.