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The god Molech


There was a time when the Jews worshiped a detestable false god named Molech. It was made of bronze, had the head of an ox and the body of a man. The statue was hollow and at the back there was an opening by which fire could be kindled inside and the image rendered red-hot. In the arms of this god, while glowing red from the heat, the deluded parents laid their infants, who perished in agony. In order that the screams and cries of the innocent children might not be heard by the parents and other bystanders, the pagan priests who offered the sacrifice used to blow trumpets and beat drums, while they danced round the statue. This shows the extent that natural affections may be perverted.   

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