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SHOULD CHILDREN OBEY PARENTS, EVEN WHEN PARENTS ARE WRONG?

The principle articulated in the fifth commandment is to honor and respect parents, not to obey them blindly when their advice contravenes some established principle of faith and conduct. The burden of proof should fall on children who choose to avoid parent’s directives. In no case is disrespect warranted.

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