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Treason [NAVE]

Instances of
Of Aaron and Miriam against Moses, Num. 12:1-11.
Of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram against Moses and Aaron, Num. 16:1-33.
Of Rahab against Jericho, Josh. 2.
Of the betrayer of Beth-el, Judg. 1:24, 25.
Of the Shechemites against Abimelech, Judg. 9:22-25.
Of the Ephraimites against Jephthah, Judg. 12:1-4.
Of the Israelites against Saul, 1 Sam. 10:27; against Rehoboam, 1 Kin. 12:16-19.
Of the Egyptian servant against the Amalekites, 1 Sam. 30:15, 16.
Of Abner against Ish-bosheth, 2 Sam. 3:6-21.
Of Jehoiada against Athaliah, 2 Kin. 11:14-16.
Of Absalom against his father, See: Absalom.
Death penalty for, Esth. 2:23.
Jesus falsely accused of, Matt. 27:11, 29, 30; Luke 23:2, 3, 38; John 19:12, 14, 15, 19.
Paul falsely accused of, Acts 17:7.
David's amnesty of the traitors, 2 Sam. 19:16-23; to Amasa, 2 Sam. 19:13.
See: Conspiracy; Traitor; Treachery.


TREASON - tre'-z'-n: The translation of qesher, in English Versions of the Bible 1 Ki 16:20; 2 Ki 11:14 parallel 2 Ch 23:13. Qesher (from qashar, "to bind") means "a conspiracy" (2 Sam 15:12; 2 Ki 12:20, etc.), and the translation "treason" is due to the King James Versions' love of variety.

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