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Deuteronomy 13:6


Suppose your own full brother, 1  your son, your daughter, your beloved wife, or your closest friend should seduce you secretly and encourage you to go and serve other gods 2  that neither you nor your ancestors 3  have previously known, 4 


Ge 16:5; De 17:2,3; De 28:54; De 32:16-18; Jud 2:13; Jud 5:8; Jud 10:6; 1Sa 18:1,3; 1Sa 20:17; 2Sa 1:26; 1Ki 11:5-7; 2Ki 17:30,31; Job 31:27; Pr 5:20; Pr 18:24; Mic 7:5-7; Mt 12:48-50; 2Co 5:16; Ga 2:4; Eph 4:14; Col 2:4; 2Pe 2:1; 1Jo 2:26,27; Re 12:9; Re 13:14; Re 20:3

NET © Notes

tn Heb “your brother, the son of your mother.” In a polygamous society it was not rare to have half brothers and sisters by way of a common father and different mothers.

tn In the Hebrew text these words are in the form of a brief quotation: “entice you secretly saying, ‘Let us go and serve other gods.’”

tn Heb “fathers” (also in v. 17).

tn Heb “which you have not known, you or your fathers.” (cf. KJV, ASV; on “fathers” cf. v. 18).

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