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... guilty of too little reverence for the ark; but the words "for (his) rashness" are lacking... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/uzza.htm
... little reverence for the ark; but the words "for (his) rashness" are lacking in the Septuagint (Codex... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/perez-uzza.htm
... (2) The use of elevations for purposes of worship is so widespread as to be almost universal,...places to Yahweh had taken place. So the service might be anything from the orderly worship ...rites. That the worship at many high places was intensely licentious is certain (but it must... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/high_mountain.htm
... in Ezekiel 20:29 where reference is made to former "high-place worship," the prophet speaking...with contempt of such manner of worship. Ewald suggests a play of words, ba', "come" and mah, "what," "what... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/bamah.htm
... to Beth-shemesh of Judah ( Joshua 15:10 ; Joshua 19:41-43 1 Kings 4:9 Judges 1:33, 35 ). But the worship ...of worship "that is in the land of Egypt" on the one hand, and the Egyptian place of worship, "the... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/beth-shemesh_2.htm
... city was dedicated to the worship of the moon-god. Another argument which has been advanced... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/leb-kamai.htm
... of Christianity. Comana was famous for its worship of the great goddess Ma, who was served, according...to Strabo, by 6,000 priestesses, and only second to this was the worship paid to Zeus at Venasa.... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/cappadocia.htm
... in the reverence paid to these places. Of the earlier evidence Sir C. Wilson admits (loc. cit.) that "the... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/place_of_the_skull.htm
... there has been no break in the reverence paid to these places. Of the earlier evidence Sir C. Wilson... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/the_place_of_the_skull.htm
... worship ( Judges 20:33 ) between Bethel and Gibeah (compare Judges 20:18, 31 ). The place was known... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/baal-tamar.htm
... possibly be identical with Banias. Strong's Hebrew H1179: Baal Chermon "Baal of Hermon," the center of Baal worship on Mt. Hermon... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/baal-hermon.htm
... perhaps to the fact that the ancient city was dedicated to the worship of the moon-god. Another... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/ur.htm
... Judges 1:33, 35 ). But the worship of the sun was so common and cities of this name so many...to be between Beth-shemesh, a Semitic place of worship "that is in the land of Egypt" on the one hand,... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/beth-shemesh.htm
... religion fell to pieces" (History of Egypt). Thereafter heathen worship hid itself in the dens and caves... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/alexandria.htm
... ), and of native Lycaonians ( Acts 14:11 ). 2. Worship of Paul and Barnabas: After Paul had healed...from the narrative in Acts that the people who were prepared to worship Paul and Barnabas as gods... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/lystra.htm
... was a seat of the worship of Sin, the moon-god, from very ancient times. A temple was built...of heathen worship until the 11th century, and was destroyed by the Mongols in the 13th. The ancient... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/haran.htm
... -which appears to be a real survival of "Baal worship." E. W. G. Masterman Strong's Hebrew H1173: Baalah the name of several places in Isr.... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/baalah.htm
... and famous all over Syria-which appears to be a real survival of "Baal worship." (1) A town... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/baalath.htm
... there is an annual feast held-attended by all classes and famous all over Syria-which appears to be a real survival of "Baal worship." E. W. G. Masterman... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/mount_baalah.htm
... worship." (1) A town on the border of Dan ( Joshua 19:44 ) associated with Eltekeh and Gibbethon... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/baalath_2.htm
... and the Land of Nimrod, 396, 409, and, for details of the worship of Nergal, PSBA, December, 1906, 203-18. T. G. Pinches... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/cuthah.htm
... which all his subjects were ordered to worship ( Daniel 3:1 ). Oppert placed it to the Southeast of Babylon, near a small... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/dura.htm
... XII, viii, 1; BJ, I, ii, 3). This would seem to indicate a widespread worship of Dagon. But... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/beth-dagan.htm
... of worship of these deities. The ancient city with its harbor has entirely disappeared,... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/adramyttium.htm
... of the province. It was also famed as the seat of worship of an Asiatic deity whose name is no longer... ...
http://bibleatlas.org/myra.htm
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