The Fifth Commandment and Spiritual Family

Jun 14, 2021
The Fifth Commandment

The fifth commandment to honor our father and mother is often characterized as simple obedience to our parents, but its application reaches far beyond the young, unruly children we imagine and familial relationships altogether. Listen along as we break down the fifth word, what it meant to its original audience, and how Jesus transforms its meaning today.

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