From Israel In Prophecy

Concordance: I. A. 3. e. he hates syncretism (see I.C.)

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Exod 20:1-7
Exod 22:20
Exod 23:13, 24, 32-33
Num 24:1-3
Num 25:1-5
Deut 12:31
Deut 32:17
Josh 23:11-16,7
Josh 24:14-28
1Kgs 18:17-46 (Elija on Mt Carmel with Jezebel's priests)
2Kgs 17:17-20, 29-33, 40-41
Judges 2:1-5
Judges 8:27
Judges 11:34-40
Ps 106:37

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Isa 65:2-7, 11-12
Jer 3:9,13, 18-25
Jer 4:1-4
Ezek 8:5-18
Ezek 13:1-23
Ezek 14:1-11
Ezek 16:20-26
Matt 6:24; Luke 16:13
1Cor 10:21
2Cor 5:21 [the extent of sinfulness and the consequences of His Holiness]

1) He hates sin: Rom 7:13. "We will never understand the magnitude of sin by considering our own, because sin, by its very nature, is deceptive and refuses to call itself sin." [Arthur Katz, 1998, p.25]

Note that Israel has practiced syncretism already as far back as the time of slavery in Egypt. (Ezek 23:3); Ezek 23:48 is a warning even for the time of New Age scepticism of today.

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Dotty — 20 April 2011, 06:46

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Tommy — 20 April 2011, 06:46

Walking in the presence of giants here. Cool thinikng all around!

alphra omega — 04 March 2011, 21:42

Not all should be put to shame for the bad habits of others. All of Isreal should not be punished because of those who abuse their authority, as the Scribes and Pharisees have done so in the past. For even the Samaritans were also Jews but looked upon by the high priest as not worthy enough to be classified with them or to even bother to associate with. Christ did not condemn the daughter of Jacob, when He greeted her at the well. Love thy heavenly Father with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your mind (strength). For this is the first and greatest commandment. Love thy neighbor as thy self. This second commandment is equal to the first. For these two commandments depend on both the Law and the Prophets.

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