Where in the Bible do they eat children?
It was when Jerusalem was under siege in 70 C.E..
The children where forced to work on the farms, carve wood, cook, and they had to read the bible everyday. They would wake up eat breakfast, do chores, do school work, then eat lunch. After lunch they would start the same cycle over and over again. The children never had much free time and their lives were very harsh.
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none That is not true. One of the Midrashim - which is the Hebrew commentary on the Hebrew bible - says that Samson (and Delilah) did indeed have children and that they lived elsewhere in the land of Israel, in a place where gold was: Havilah. So, the Bible doesn't really mention children perhaps, but commentators to the Bible, who studied the Bible in the years after the second destruction of the Hebrew Temple, interpreted…
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The Bible teaches the Golden Rule. Do unto others as you would have done unto you. Parents should support their children and when it becomes necessary, children should support their parents. In the Bible, the focus of the parent/child relationship was on love, honor, and respect as well as discipline and instruction (Eph. 6:1-4).