Don't see why you want to nit-pick on simple phrases, Inveni0. People will just use "mistranslated" or "out of context" as an excuse.
You should really look at the stories. Stories like this one below only BEG for an explanation as to why we should support this kind of behavior (It looks long, but it's really short) :
Samson’s Unconsummated Marriage
Judges 14:1 Samson went down to Timnah, where a Philistine girl caught his eye. 1 14:2 When he got home, 2 he told his father and mother, “A Philistine girl in Timnah has caught my eye. 3 Now get her for my wife.”
14:4 Now his father and mother did not realize this was the Lord’s doing, 8 because he was looking for an opportunity to stir up trouble with the Philistines 9 (for at that time the Philistines were ruling Israel).
14:5 Samson went down to Timnah. When he approached the vineyards of Timnah, he saw a roaring young lion attacking him.
14:6 The Lord’s spirit empowered him and he tore the lion in two with his bare hands as easily as one would tear a young goat. But he did not tell his father or mother what he had done.
14:7 Samson continued on down to Timnah and spoke to the girl. 14:8 Some time later, when he went back to marry her, he turned aside to see the lion’s remains. He saw a swarm of bees in the lion’s carcass, as well as some honey. 14:9 He scooped it up with his hands and ate it as he walked along.
14:10 Then Samson’s father accompanied him to Timnah for the marriage. ---> 14:12 Samson said to them, “I will give you a riddle. If you really can solve it during the seven days the party lasts, I will give you thirty linen robes and thirty sets of clothes. 14:13 But if you cannot solve it, you will give me thirty linen robes and thirty sets of clothes.”
14:14 He said to them, “Out of the one who eats came something to eat;
out of the strong one came something sweet.” They could not solve the riddle for three days.
14:15 On the fourth day they said to Samson’s bride, “Trick your husband into giving the solution to the riddle. If you refuse, we will burn up you and your father’s family. Did you invite us here to make us poor?” 14:16 So Samson’s bride cried on his shoulder and said, “You must hate me; you do not love me! You told the young men a riddle, but you have not told me the solution.” He said to her, “Look, I have not even told my father or mother. Do you really expect me to tell you?” -->
Finally, on the seventh day, he told her because she had nagged him so much. Then she told the young men the solution to the riddle.
14:18 On the seventh day, before the sun set, the men of the city said to him, “What is sweeter than honey? What is stronger than a lion?”
He said to them, “If you had not plowed with my heifer, you would not have solved my riddle!”
14:19 The Lord’s spirit empowered him. He went down to Ashkelon and murdered thirty men. He took their clothes and gave them to the men who had solved the riddle. He was furious as he went back home. 14:20 Samson’s bride was then given to his best man."
Might not be the most shocking, but if people want to say this is the lord's words from his sweet, sweet breath, tell him to gargle. This story is among the most preposterous I have ever heard.