Concerning the Death of a Son of Jeroboam. How Jeroboam was Beaten ...
... it upon these golden heifers, and the altars that you ... those, they did the same to
Bethel and her ... And after this defeat Jeroboam never recovered himself during ...
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The Book of the Law
... and breadth of this region of ruined homes, and "had broken down the altars and
the ... The altar that was at Bethel, and the high place which Jeroboam the son ...
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The Assyrian Captivity
... the setting up of the strange altars at Bethel ... impenitent, and it was finally decreed,
"Jeroboam shall die ... among the idolatrous priests at Bethel, stirred by ...
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... him to walk in the sins of Jeroboam the son of ... the forms of religious service followed
at Bethel and Dan ... leadership of Jezebel he erected heathen altars in many ...
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... narratives not only recognize the existence of altars all over ... book of Kings is that
in which Jeroboam I is ... and denounced for his idolatry at Bethel (1 Kings 13 ...
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Tiglath-Pileser iii. And the Organisation of the Assyrian Empire ...
... The inhabitants of Judah still continued to build altars on their high places ... in
the reign of both the first and second Jeroboam, Dan, Bethel, Gilgal, and ...
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The Medes and the Second Chaldaean Empire
... Worshippers again began openly to frequent the high places; they set up again the
prostrate idols, replanted the sacred groves, and even "built altars for all ...
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The Prophet Amos.
... 11, reproves Israel for having made many altars to sin ... Nor had the sanctuary at Bethel
such importance, as that it ... it is only to the kingdom of Jeroboam that he ...
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On Reconciling Religious Dissensions among Christians
... under the impulse of these views, Jeroboam was the first author of a change of religion
in the Israelitish Church. He built altars in Dan and Bethel, and made ...
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The Hebrews and the Philistines --Damascus
... walls of the city fell of themselves at the blowing of the brazen trumpets,* and
its capture entailed that of three neighbouring towns, Ai, Bethel, and Shechem ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook1 Kings 12:33
So he offered on the altar which he had made in Bethel the fifteenth day of the eighth month, even in the month which he had devised of his own heart; and ordained a feast to the children of Israel: and he offered on the altar, and burnt incense.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Altars for Burnt-Offering
Altars for Idolatrous Worship, often Erected on Roofs of Houses
Altars for Idolatrous Worship, to be Destroyed
Altars for Incense
Altars of Abraham
Altars of Ahaz
Altars of Balaam
Altars of Brick, Hateful to God
Altars of David
Altars of Gideon
Altars of Isaac
Altars of Jacob
Altars of Jeroboam at Bethel
Altars of Joshua
Altars of Moses
Altars of Noah
Altars of Reubenites East of Jordan
Altars of Samuel
Altars of the Athenians
Altars of the People of Israel
Altars of the Second Temple
Altars of the Temple of Solomon
Altars were not to Have Steps up to Them
Altars: Afforded No Protection to Murderers
Altars: Designed for Sacrifice
Altars: Idolaters Planted Groves Near
Altars: Natural Rocks Sometimes Used As
Altars: Probable Origin of Inscriptions On
Altars: Protection Afforded By
Altars: The Jews not to Plant Groves Near
Altars: To be Made of Earth, or Unhewn Stone
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