With that in mind, I would also appreciate his guidance on several other biblical rules.
Leviticus 25:44 says I can possess slaves purchased from neighboring nations. Does that mean both countries or only one? How do I go about making these purchases?
According to Exodus 21:7, a father may sell his daughter into slavery. Does the daughter need to be of a certain age before the sale can take place or can it happen anytime? What is the going rate for daughters these days?
People who work on the Sabbath are to be put to death (Exodus 35:2). Who is responsible for killing police officers, firefighters, EMTs, doctors, nurses and others who work on the Sabbath?
Leviticus 19:27 says men should not trim their hair or beards. What is the proper punishment when they do?
People who wear clothing of blended fabrics are breaking the law set forth in Leviticus 19:19. What is the punishment for that?
Disobedient children are to be stoned (Deuteronomy 21:18-21). Is stoning to be employed right away or is there a kind of three-strikes-and-you’re-out rule? For example, could the child be whipped for the first offense, water-boarded for the second, and then stoned to death for the third?
— Linda Bengston, Spring Lake