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13; Jer. vii. 18; xliv. 17, 19.  Levit. xviii. 21; xx. 2; 2 Kings, iii. 26, 27; xvi. 3; xxiii. 10; Ps. cvi. 38; Jer. vii. 31; xix. 5; xxxii. 35; Micah, vi. 7; Ezek. xv. ] xvi. 20, Comp. I Kings, xviii: 28.  Numb. xxv. 1, et seq; Josh. xxii. 17; Baruch, vi. 41, 43.  Judges, vi. 32. and elsewhere.  1 Chron. viii. 33; ix. 39.  1 Chron. viii. 34; ix. 40.  2 Sam. xi. 21.  2 Sam. ii. 8, and elsewhere.  2 Sam. iv. 4, and elsewhere.  Judges, viii. 33; ix. 4. Comp. with ix.
13; 1 Sam. vii. 4; xii. 10; 1 Kings, xi. 5, 7, 33; 2 Kings, xxiii. 13; Jer. vii. 18; xliv. 17, 19.  Levit. xviii. 21; xx. 2; 2 Kings, iii. 26, 27; xvi. 3; xxiii. 10; Ps. cvi. 38; Jer. vii. 31; xix. 5; xxxii. 35; Micah, vi. 7; Ezek. xv. ] xvi. 20, Comp. I Kings, xviii: 28.  Numb. xxv. 1, et seq; Josh. xxii. 17; Baruch, vi. 41, 43.  Judges, vi. 32. and elsewhere.  1 Chron. viii. 33; ix. 39.  1 Chron. viii. 34; ix. 40.  2 Sam. xi. 21.  2 Sam. ii. 8, and elsewhere.  2 Sam.
7] Also the title Molech and Baal Molech to designate the Supreme Being among the ancient Phoenicians and Carthaginians, and the nations nearest related to Israel, the Moabites and Ammonites, as well as the derived names Milcom (Kamos) [Chemosh, Eng. ], among the Ammonites, and Melkartht at Tyre and Carthage, indicate, like Baal, an original effort to conceive God as the ruler of nature. Agreeing with this conception of the Deity, there is manifest, as well in the worship of Baal as of Molech and the female Astarte (Melecheth) [Ashtaroth, Eng.
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