Irony: Elijah to the Priests of Baal
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... There is such a thing as Divine irony. It is used with great effect when
Elijah confronts the priests of Baal. So, here, the priests ...
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The Trial by Fire
... character broke out in the bitter irony with which ... Elijah had such a command, and
therefore he could ... to the mechanical repetition by Baal's priests, that God ...
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The Meek and Lowly One
... still, can you picture the scene when Elijah said, "Take you two bullocks, ye priests,
and build ... the worshippers of Baal, and with a biting irony says to ...
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The Return to Capernaum - Concerning the Forgiveness of Sins - the ...
... on Mount Carmel, to witness the issue as between Elijah and the priests of Baal. ...
was uttered privately to the disciples.' To complete the irony of criticism ...
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Ephesians iv. 17
... GA]. [309] [Compare 1 Kings 18:27, the locus classicus where Elijah uses
his scathing irony against the priests of Baal.--GA]. [310 ...
/.../homily xii ephesians iv 17.htm

The Assyrian Revival and the Struggle for Syria
History Of Egypt, Chaldaea, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria, V 7. <. ...
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Papal Infallibility Explained, and Tested by Tradition and ...
... Elijah and the seven thousand who had not bowed the ... and Lords of lords, has become
a shameless irony. ... believe in the infallibility of their priests, can be ...
/.../ 34 papal infallibility explained.htm

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1 Kings 18:27
And it came to pass at noon, that Elijah mocked them, and said, Cry aloud: for he is a god; either he is talking, or he is pursuing, or he is in a journey, or peradventure he sleeps, and must be awaked.
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Derisively Challenges the Priests of Baal to offer Sacrifices


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Elijah: Also Called Eliah: A Benjamite Chief

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Elijah: Appears to Jesus at his Transfiguration

Elijah: Consolation Given To

Elijah: Despondency and Complaints of

Elijah: Fasts for Forty Days

Elijah: Flees to the Wilderness of Damascus

Elijah: Kills the Prophets of Baal

Elijah: Miracles of Calls Fire Down Upon the Soldiers of Ahaziah

Elijah: Miracles of Causes Fire to Consume the Sacrifice

Elijah: Miracles of Causes Rain After Seven Years of Drought

Elijah: Miracles of Increases the Oil of the Widow of Zarephath

Elijah: Miracles of Raises the Son of the Woman of Zarephath from the Dead

Elijah: Persecuted by Ahab

Elijah: Personal Aspect of

Elijah: Prophecies of Foretells a Drought

Elijah: Prophecies of The Death of Ahaziah

Elijah: Prophecies of The Destruction of Ahab and his House

Elijah: Prophecies of The Plague Sent As a Judgment Upon the People in the Time of Jehoram, King of Israel

Elijah: Returns, and Sends a Message to Ahab

Elijah: The Tishbite

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