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IDOLATRY BABYLONIAN RELIGION/Dr Pat Holliday/Dr Sabrina Sessions/Marshall Perot

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WORSHIP OF IMAGES, OR IDOLS

Idolatry is the worship of an image, idea or object, as opposed to the worship of a supreme being. It is forbidden by some major religions such as the Abrahamic religions. Some religious authorities and groups have used the term to describe other religions apart from their own.

Idols were either designated in Hebrew by a term of general significance or were named according to their material or the manner in which they were made. They have been placed upon pedestals, and fastened with chains of silver or nails of iron lest they should fall over or be carried off (Isa. 40:19, 41:7; Jer. 10:14), and they were also clothed and colored (Jer. 10:9; Ezek. 16:18).

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