God the Father introduced many laws that governed sexual relations. Any kind of sexual relation outside of marriage was considered sinful. Both men and women must remain virgins before marriage; The criterion of purity applies equally to both sexes. In practice, however, women were often treated unfairly. In Islam and even in Judaism, if the girl is not a virgin on her wedding night, she is taken out of the house and sent to her father's house, and in Judaism, if no evidence is presented to prove that the girl is a virgin, the new bride was stoned to death in front of the door to her father's house.