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(1.00)(Jdg 3:19)

tn Or “idols.”

(0.80)(Jer 1:16)

tn I.e., idols.

(0.80)(Eze 5:9)

tn Or “abominable idols.”

(0.60)(Isa 30:22)

tn <i>Hebi> &#8220;the platings of your silver idols.&#8221;

(0.50)(2Sa 5:21)

tc For &#8220;idols&#8221; the LXX and Vulgate have &#8220;gods.&#8221;

(0.50)(Isa 48:14)

sn This probably refers to the idol gods (see v. 5).

(0.50)(Eze 14:4)

tn <i>Hebi> &#8220;in accordance with the multitude of his idols.&#8221;

(0.43)(Lev 26:30)

tn The translation reflects the Hebrew wordplay &#8220;your corpses&#8230;the corpses of your idols.&#8221; Since idols, being lifeless, do not really have &#8220;corpses,&#8221; the translation uses &#8220;dead bodies&#8221; for people and &#8220;lifeless bodies&#8221; for the idols.

(0.40)(Exo 34:13)

tn Or &#8220;images of Asherah&#8221;; ASV, NASB &#8220;their Asherim&#8221;; NCV &#8220;their Asherah idols.&#8221;

(0.40)(Deu 4:25)

tn <i>Hebi> &#8220;a form of anything.&#8221; Cf. NAB, NASB, NRSV, TEV &#8220;an idol.&#8221;

(0.40)(2Ki 13:6)

tn Or &#8220;an image of Asherah&#8221;; ASV, NASB &#8220;the Asherah&#8221;; NCV &#8220;the Asherah idol.&#8221;

(0.40)(Isa 41:21)

sn Apparently this challenge is addressed to the pagan idol gods, see vv. 23-24.

(0.40)(Isa 57:9)

sn Israel&#8217;s devotion to her idols is inordinate, irrational, and self-destructive.

(0.40)(Eze 18:6)

tn <i>Heb,i> &#8220;does not lift up his eyes.&#8221; This refers to looking to idols for help.

(0.35)(Isa 10:10)

tn <i>Hebi> &#8220;Just as my hand found the kingdoms of the idol[s].&#8221; The comparison is expanded in v. 11a (note &#8220;as&#8221;) and completed in v. 11b (note &#8220;so&#8221;).

(0.35)(Isa 10:11)

tn The statement is constructed as a rhetorical question in the Hebrew text: &#8220;Is it not [true that] just as I have done to Samaria and its idols, so I will do to Jerusalem and its idols?&#8221;

(0.35)(Isa 44:11)

tn The pronoun &#8220;his&#8221; probably refers to the one who forms/casts an idol (v. 10), in which case it refers to the craftsman&#8217;s associates in the idol-manufacturing guild.

(0.35)(Jer 16:19)

sn This passage offers some rather forceful contrasts. The <sc>Lordsc> is Jeremiah&#8217;s source of strength, security, and protection. The idols are false gods, worthless idols, that can offer no help at all.

(0.35)(1Ki 21:26)

tn <i>Hebi> &#8220;He acted very abominably by walking after the disgusting idols, according to all which the Amorites had done.&#8221;

(0.35)(2Ki 21:21)

tn <i>Hebi> &#8220;and he served the disgusting idols which his father served and he bowed down to them.&#8221;