I've asked this question over and over again. I've asked Rabbis and I've asked priests, I've asked people who have fallen away from their faith and I've asked believers with varying levels of education. Not a single one has supplies a satisfactory answer.
Why is their no prohibition against rape in any of the bibles?
There is room for every minor interaction under the sun, but they couldn't squeeze in "thou shalt not rape?"
I am an atheist so I have an answer that satisfies my understanding. I want an answer that satisfies a believers mindset.
Here are some of the answers I've heard:
1- women are property and its not a sin, our modern point of view is wrong
2- rape is covered by other prohibitions (although those prohibitions don't really cover rape in every case, just in specific cases where the man rapes lets say a married women where there is a prohibition against adultery.)
and that's it. Those are the only two answers I've recieved. At least the first answer is someone logical. If you belive in a god there is no reason to think that he couldn't be a masochistic rapist of a god. But assuming your god values women, why no sin against rape?