Looking atDeuteronomy 21 which talks about the wayward, stubborn and rebellious, defiant son who at a certain point (and after he went to trial before the court) should be stoned to death. Or Deuteronomy 22:28-29 in which a rapist should marry his victim. People don’t seem to apply these commandments in these days, and most certainly not according to the way they are literally described. Looking at all the commandments during Temple time, but which can’t be fulfilled because we have no Temple service these days, Hosea teaches that during a time without a Temple one must for example offer the sacrifices of his lips (prayer).
So here’s my question how (on which grounds) do we determine if a commandment is time-bound or not, if we should or shouldn’t apply them in these days or should interpreter them in a different way or fulfill them in a different way.