Usurpation in Religious Affairs by King Ahaz
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2 Kings 16:12,13
And when the king was come from Damascus, the king saw the altar: and the king approached to the altar, and offered thereon.
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The Prophet Hosea.
... obtained the throne, not by usurpation, but by ... an absolute influence upon the religious
affairs, by subjecting to ... miserable sophisms invented by the king as an ...
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Sargon of Assyria (722-705 BC )
... to persuading Egypt to interfere in the affairs of Syria ... assume the diadem openly
(722 BC), a usurpation which the ... not certain that Ahaz was still King of Judah ...
/.../chapter iiisargon of assyria 722-705.htm

Tiglath-Pileser iii. And the Organisation of the Assyrian Empire ...
... and the close of the Babylonian dynasty; usurpation of Ukinzir ... to every conjuncture
of civil and religious life in ... i.1), and the state of affairs described by ...
/.../chapter iitiglath-pileser iii and the.htm

The Iranian Conquest
... The religious observances enjoined on the members of the ... over those of the nobles:
the king himself boasted ... no serious step in state affairs without consulting ...
/.../chapter ithe iranian conquest.htm

The Medes and the Second Chaldaean Empire
... be found of a prophet administering public affairs or directing the actions of the
king himself; the ... and the whole political and religious life of ...
/.../chapter iiithe medes and the.htm



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