Gen 9:22

9:22 saw the nakedness of his father. Gazing at another’s nakedness, either in lust or scorn, is morally wrong. See notes 2:25; 3:7. Ham’s scornful leering at the father whom he should have revered was particularly reprehensible (Ex. 21:15, 17; Deut. 21:18–21; Mark 7:10).

told. If it is wrong to publicize another’s sin (Prov. 10:12b; 17:9), how much more a father’s. The story further condemns the failure to respect one’s parents.