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Idolatry: Why it exists today and the threat it poses to man

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   If you think idolatry is gone, you're wrong. No, I'm not merely talking about worshipping stones and figures. That's the foolishness aspect of it. Who honestly thinks that a meazly statue carved by man could ever represent a God? I'm talking about idolatry from the religious God-fearing point of view. Idolatry is something that undermines the sovereignty of the God of Israel in man's life. For instance [especially for a Jew], loving anybody or anything more than God is a form of idolatry. Not having God supreme above everything is a form of idolatry. That is alive today. Clearly, the world thrives off of God's glory and can't live without it. And clearly, Torah is the supreme way to get into a spiritual relationship with God [the laws of the Torah are obligatory to Jews; but non-Jews have other ways to get into a spiritual relationship with God].

  Disclaimer: This show is not meant to attack anyone. Nor do I put myself up above anyone.

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