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Jeremiah 19:6: Hinnom - Study Note
... Hinnom. Jeremiah 19:6 is essentially the same as Jeremiah 7:32. For its significance, see notes on Jeremiah 7:31. Also, the context here (Jeremiah 19:3-13) makes it very clear why God hates pagan idolatry, especially when His own people become...
Jeremiah 32:35: Hinnom - Study Note
came to be used for the word “hell.” See notes on Jeremiah 7:31, II Chronicles 33:6,...
Jeremiah 7:31: burn their sons and daughters in the fire - Study Note
... by King Josiah, presumably because of this condemnation by Jeremiah (II Kings 23:10). It became known as “the valley of slaughter” (Jeremiah 7:32), probably because Josiah there slew the idolatrous priests who officiated at these...
Examining Evidence - Article
Henry Morris III, D.Min. - ... Adam’s book (Genesis 5:1) to document early history. Jeremiah had a deed and associated papers (Jeremiah 32:11-16) to prove his purchase of property. We often apply this concept with historical or scientific evidence. The New Testament...
When God Became Man - Article
Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... a new thing in the earth, a woman shall compass a man" (Jeremiah 31:22). Note that the "new thing" in the chosen woman must be "created." When the time came the angel assured young Mary that "The Holy Ghost shall...
CHAPTER 8 - The Next Generation: A Perspective On Children
... 2 Chronicles 29:9) because adults in Israel disobeyed God. Jeremiah 14:16 described a scene in "the streets of Jerusalem because of the famine and the sword," where there would be no one to bury the dead (including the sons or the daughters)....
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