I didn't find the clip repulsive, as much as hyperbolic.
I guess we all have a "subtext" running. For me, it was how so many Christians go to the Old Testament in order to support their feelings about homosexuality, and their belief that gays are going to Hell. Well "practicing" ones at any rate. But there is so much more in Leviticus and Deuteronomy that they ignore.
Many also say that the Law has not been abolished, but fulfilled and that it is still in effect. Part of the Law is:
Reproclamation of the divine law
Deuteronomy 12-26is the Deuteronomic Code, a series of mitzvot (commands), forming extensive laws, admonitions, and injunctions to the Israelites regarding how they ought to conduct themselves in Canaan, the land promised by the God of Israel. The laws include (listed here in no particular order):
* The worship of God must remain pure, uninfluenced by neighbouring cultures and their idolatrous religious practices. The death penalty is prescribed for conversion from Yahwism and for proselytisation.
* The death penalty is also prescribed for males who are guilty of disobeying their parents, profligacy, or drunkenness.
* Certain Dietary principles are enjoined.
* The law of rape prescribes various conditions and penalties, depending on whether the girl is engaged to be married or not, and whether the rape occurs in a town or in the country. (Deuteronomy 22)
* A Tithe for the Levites and charity for the poor.
* A regular Jubilee Year during which all debts are cancelled.
* Slavery can last no more than 6 years if the individual purchased is "thy brother, an Hebrew man, or an Hebrew woman."
* Yahwistic religious festivalsincluding Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkotare to be part of Israel's worship
* The offices of Judge, King, Kohen (temple priest), and Prophet are instituted
* A ban against worshipping Asherah next to altars dedicated to YHWH, and the erection of sacred stones
* A ban against children either being immolated or passing through fire (the text is ambiguous as to which is meant), divination, sorcery, witchcraft, spellcasting, and necromancy
* A ban forbidding blemished animals from becoming sacrifices at the Temple
* Naming of three cities of refuge where those accused of manslaughter may flee from the avenger of blood.
* Exemptions from military service for the newly betrothed, newly married, owners of new houses, planters of new vineyards, and anyone afraid of fighting.
* The peace terms to be offered to non-Israelites before battle - the terms being that they are to become slaves
* The Amalekites to be utterly destroyed
* An order for parents to take a stubborn and rebellious son before the town elders to be stoned.
* A ban on the destruction of fruit trees, the mothers of newly-born birds, and beasts of burden which have fallen over or are lost
* Rules which regulate marriage, and Levirate Marriage, and allow divorce.
* The procedure to be followed if a man suspects that his new wife is not a virgin: if the wife's parents are able to prove that she was indeed a virgin then the man is fined; otherwise the wife is stoned to death.
* Purity laws which prohibit the mixing of fabrics, of crops, and of beasts of burden under the same yoke.
* The use of Tzitzit (tassels on garments)
* Prohibition against people from Ammon, Moab, or who are of illegitimate birth, and their descendants for ten generations, from entering the assembly; the same restriction upon those who are castrated (but not their descendants)
* Regulations for ritual cleanliness, general hygiene, and the treatment of Tzaraath
* A ban on religious prostitution
* Regulations for slavery, servitude, vows, debt, usury, and permissible objects for securing loans
* Prohibition against wives making a groin attack on their husband's adversary.
* Regulations on the taking of wives from among beautiful female captives.
* A ban on transvestism.
* Regulations on military camps, including a cleanliness regime for soldiers who have had wet dreams and procedures for the burial of human excrement.