Exodus 21:17 ESV

Whoever curses his father or his mother shall be put to death.

Did the coming of Christ end capital punishment as set forth in Gen. 9:6?
Genesis 9:6 deals with the sin of homicide (which, in a sense, is always fratricide, v. 5) and demands a punishment that matches the crime. The justification for capital punishment established here is the nobility of human life, which is in the image of God. Thus murder shows con...
18. Between Child and Parent - Honoring Father and Mother (Exodus 20:12)
Introduction The subject of honoring our parents is one of great import. One reason for its importance is that both the Old and the New Testament Scriptures command us to honor our parents.19 The Fifth Commandment states, Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be p...
Article from Biblical Perspectives Volume 3, Number 52
Would God Actually Sentence People to Eternal Hell?  Bible.org Blogs
Having physical children simply does not compare to having children you ... his father or his mother shall surely be put to death (Exodus 21:17, NASB). .... for disobeying and rebelling against our holy eternal Almighty God?
Exodus: The Birth of the Nation
Matthew 15:4f | Bible Exposition Commentary
This is a quotation from Exodus 21:17. Honor is more than obey. ... honor of parents. The penalty for not honoring parents was death. 15:5.
Scripture-Twisting Tradition
Lets go to Mark chapter 7. Mark chapter 7 is like so many of the sections in Mark because this is an abbreviated gospel, its a briefer gospel, its a fast-paced gospel. His favorite word is the wor...
The Gospel According to Peter: Mark and 1 & 2 Peter
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