The Philistines: Character of Superstitious
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Isaiah 2:6
Therefore you have forsaken your people the house of Jacob, because they be replenished from the east, and are soothsayers like the Philistines, and they please themselves in the children of strangers.
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Strength Profaned and Lost
... out of sight, in estimating his character, the Nazarite vow ... weak; and nothing gives
the Philistines so much ... natural fact, nor with the superstitious notion that ...
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The Form and Spirit of Religion
... who did not care for God, had a very superstitious regard for ... result of their deception
must be of the most fatal character. ... These Philistines despised the ark ...
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Is God in the Camp?
... The Philistines fell into an error of a ... for the disinterestedness of his character,
for the ... mere nobody, because he lacks the superstitious qualification which ...
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On Attending the Church Service
... day, by the hand of the Philistines." They did ... so that in giving the character of
the ... many erroneous opinions, and from numberless superstitious and idolatrous ...
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Chapter xxvi
... The Philistines may be diplomats rather than friends. ... On the formal side this poetic
character is marked by ... help but feel that a superstitious overvaluation of ...
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The Prophet --His Youth and his Call.
... and Isaiah, the most horrible of superstitious rites were ... one Yahweh"one Lord"unique
in character and in ... and Aram, with Tyre and the Philistines and Egypt ...
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Book 13 Footnotes
... 9. sect.4, where the Philistines themselves, at ... I remember, is the only astronomical
character of time ... the high priesthood, at first superstitious and afterward ...
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Contradiction Between Our Life and Our Christian Conscience.
... or of economics, however ignorant or superstitious he may ... it was generally of a
religious character) was the ... God, and all the rest were Philistines, barbarians ...
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That the Employing Of, and Associating with the Malignant Party ...
... wickedness, than an ignorant and superstitious papist that ... lest the daughters of
the Philistines rejoice." Heathens ... are not engraven with the character of that ...
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The Power of Assyria at Its Zenith; Esarhaddon and Assur-Bani-Pal
... possess of his conflict with Assyria fully confirms the character exhibited by ... prevented
the subjugation of Damascus, Israel, Tyre, the Philistines, nor, indeed ...
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Philistines for Their History During the Leadership of Samson See

Philistines: Allowed to Remain in Canaan

Philistines: Army of

Philistines: Called Caphtorim

Philistines: Called Casluhim

Philistines: Called Cherethites

Philistines: David Finds Refuge Among

Philistines: David Kills Two-Hundred Men

Philistines: Defeat the Israelites

Philistines: Defeat the Israelites and Kill Saul and his Sons

Philistines: Defeated by David

Philistines: Defeated by Hezekiah

Philistines: Defeated by Samuel

Philistines: Defeated by Saul and Jonathan

Philistines: Descendants of Mizraim

Philistines: Kings of Abimelech I

Philistines: Kings of Abimelech Ii

Philistines: Kings of Achish

Philistines: Lords of

Philistines: Pay Taxes to Jehoshaphat

Philistines: Prophecies Against

Philistines: Shamgar Kills Six-Hundred Men With an Ox Goad

Philistines: Territory of

Philistines: Their Champion, Goliath, Killed by David

The Philistines were a Great People and Governed by Kings in the Patriarchal

The Philistines: Always Confederated With the Enemies of Israel

The Philistines: Besieged in Gibbethon by Nadab

The Philistines: Called: The Caphtorims

The Philistines: Called: The Cherethites

The Philistines: Character of Idolatrous

The Philistines: Character of Proud

The Philistines: Character of Superstitious

The Philistines: Character of Warlike

The Philistines: Conquered the Avims and Took from Them the West Coast of

The Philistines: Country of: Called Philistia

The Philistines: Country of: Divided Into Five Sates of Lordships

The Philistines: Country of: Given by God to the Israelites

The Philistines: Country of: had Many Flourishing Cities

The Philistines: David: Distrusted By

The Philistines: David: Fled To, for Safety

The Philistines: David: Gained the Confidence of Achish King of

The Philistines: David: had a Guard Composed of

The Philistines: David: Often Defeated During Saul's Reign

The Philistines: David: Often Defeated in the Course of his Reign

The Philistines: David: Procured Saul's Daughter for and Hundred Foreskins of

The Philistines: David: Slew Goliath the Champion of

The Philistines: Defeated by Hezekiah

The Philistines: Defeated by Uzziah

The Philistines: Defeated Israel and Took the Ark

The Philistines: Defeated Israel at Ebenezer

The Philistines: Defeated Israel at Ephesdammim and Pursued to Ekron

The Philistines: Defied Israel by Their Champion

The Philistines: Descended from Casluhim

The Philistines: Distressed Judah Under Ahaz

The Philistines: Gathered all Their Armies to Aphek Against Israel

The Philistines: Invaded the Land of Israel With a Great Army

The Philistines: Israel Condemned for Imitating

The Philistines: Israel Defeated By, and Saul Slain

The Philistines: Jonathan and his Armour-Bearer Smote a Garrison of, at The

The Philistines: Jonathan Smote a Garrison of, at Geba and Provoked Them

The Philistines: Men of Great Strength and Stature Amongst

The Philistines: Miraculously Discomfited

The Philistines: Miraculously Routed at Mizpeh

The Philistines: Oppressed Israel After the Death of Abdon Forty Years

The Philistines: Oppressed Israel After the Death of Jair for Eighteen Years

The Philistines: Originally Dwelt in the Land of Caphtor

The Philistines: Plagued for Retaining the Ark

The Philistines: Prophecies Respecting: Base Men to be Their Rulers

The Philistines: Prophecies Respecting: Destruction and Desolation of Their Cities

The Philistines: Prophecies Respecting: Dismay at Ruin of Tyre

The Philistines: Prophecies Respecting: Hatred and Revenge Against Israel to be Fully Recompensed

The Philistines: Prophecies Respecting: Punishment With Other Nations

The Philistines: Prophecies Respecting: Their Country to be a Future Possession to Israel

The Philistines: Prophecies Respecting: To Help in Israel's Restoration

The Philistines: Prophecies Respecting: Union With Syria Against Israel

The Philistines: Prophecies Respecting: Utter Destruction by Pharaoh King of Egypt

The Philistines: Put the Ark Into Dagon's House

The Philistines: Samson: Blinded and Imprisoned By

The Philistines: Samson: Burned Vineyards of

The Philistines: Samson: Intermarried With

The Philistines: Samson: Promised As a Deliverer From

The Philistines: Samson: Pulled Down the House of Dagon and Destroyed Immense

The Philistines: Samson: Slew a Thousand With the Jawbone of an Ass

The Philistines: Samson: Slew Many for Burning his Wife

The Philistines: Samson: Slew Thirty, Near Askelon

The Philistines: Saul Constantly at War With

The Philistines: Sent Back the Ark and Were Healed

The Philistines: Sent by God Against Jehoram

The Philistines: Shamgar Slew Six Hundred of, and Delivered Israel

The Philistines: some of, Left to Prove Israel

The Philistines: Ziklag a Town of, Taken and Plundered by the Amalekites

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