The child-parent situation should reflect the believer-Yah situation, such that the child learns to accept that the parent is to be obeyed whether right or wrong in the opinion of the child, a child obeys his parents as we obey Jah, or not as the case may be.
We should be able to trust our parents to do what is best for ourselves, and disobedience starts a slippery slope of doubt and mistrust.
Same with Yah, if we think we know better then we do things our own way and the harmony of our relationship with Yah’s creation is shattered.
We may not like what we read in the TORAH of Moses, but we should think twice about disobeying it because it is based on a knowledge far superior to ours.
When a man and a woman start a sexual relationship, the woman receives the man’s DNA material into her body, and her immune system takes note of it as non-hostile. Thus when she becomes pregnant, the developing Foetus is recognised and not attacked, not so when the woman has had many partners.
Likewise foreign DNA matter entering through the back passage is attacked, when that matter is semen, designed to penetrate cell walls, then there is a mighty battle at the cellular level where T-cells and seminal fluid battle it out, too much of this leads to exhaustion if the immune system, we call this AIDS and pretend that it is caused by a virus.
Vaginas are designed to accept active sperm cells, anuses are not and damage is done.
Torah handles these situations, even if it is only recently that this knowledge has come to modern science.
Father (and Mother) know best, they may not be perfect but we should respect them, teenagers rebel because they do not understand their own ignorance. Are we teenagers before Yah?