In this sermon, Craig addresses a tough passage—Deuteronomy 21:18-23—that outlines what parents are to do with a rebellious, wayward child. God requires the parents to take their disobedient child to the elders to be stoned to death. Most modern-day reactions to this command range from laughing (as though it’s a joke) to doubting God’s love (thinking, How could a loving God be so unforgiving and require such a harsh disciplinary action?). But how can we have such reactions to this passage when we know our unchanging God is just and forgiving? How can we understand God’s loving nature through this command? Craig tackles what it means to interpret Scripture by using Scripture to understand passages in the Bible that seem to contradict the characteristics we know to be true about God. Listen to the whole sermon here.