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    Adrammelech II Kings 17:31 Sepharvite God.
    Anammelech II Kings 17:31 Sepharvite God.
    Ashima II Kings 17:30 Samaritan Moon Goddess.
    Ashtoreth I Kings 11:05 Canaanite Goddess.
    Baal I Kings 18:19 Canaanite God ("Lord") of fertility, vegitation, and storms.
    Baal-berith Judges 8:33 A regional variation/aspect of Baal.
    Baal-peor Numbers 25:03 Moabite regional variation/aspect of Baal.
    Baal-zebub Luke 11:19 Philistine/Ekronian regional variation/aspect of Baal.
    Baalim I Kings 18:18 Canaanite Gods ("Lords"), a collective of the different aspects of Baa.
    Bel Isiah 46:01 Assyrian/Babylonian/Sumerian God ("Lord").
    Chemosh I Kings 11:07 Moabite war God.
    Dagon I Samuel 05:02 Philistine/Ekronian/Babylonian God of agriculture.
    Diana of the Ephesians Acts 19:35 Ephesian moon and nature Goddess ("Divine/Brilliant").
    Jehovah Exodus 6:03 Hebrew God
    Jupiter Acts 14:12 Roman God (possibly derived from 'Zeus-pater', Father Zeus).
    Lucifer Isiah 14:12 ("Light-Bearer")
    Mercurius Acts 14:12 Otherwise known as the Roman God Mercury, God of communication and travel, and messenger of the Gods...which is probably why Paul was called this at Lystra.
    Milcom I Kings 11:05 Ammonite God
    Molech I Kings 11:07 Ammonite God, also called Moloch, most probably Baal-Hammon of Carthage.
    Nebo Isiah 46:01 Assyrian/Babylonian/Chaldean God of wisdom and writing, also called Nabu.
    Nergal II Kings 17:30 Cuth/Assyrian/Babylonian war and underworld God, also called Meshlamthea.
    Nibhaz II Kings 17:31 Avites God
    Nisroch II Kings 19:37 Assyrian God
    Rimmon II Kings 05:18 Babylonian/Syrian storm God involved (as Ramman) with the Deluge, according to Hebrew texts; also known as Ramman/Rammon.
    Succoth-benoth II Kings 17:30 Babylonian fertility Goddess ("She Who Produces Seed"), also known as Zarpanitu/Zerpanitum.
    Tammuz Ezekial 8:14 Assyrian/Babylonian God
    Tartak II Kings 17:31 Avites God
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    Default Re: More than one god mentioned in the christian bible

    I had no idea there were that many. Thanks for the list - it will come in handy...
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    Default Re: More than one god mentioned in the christian bible

    Genesis (forgot which) Man was created in our image
    I'm interested in selling my youngest daughter into slavery as sanctioned in Exodus 21:7. She's a Georgetown sophomore, speaks fluent Italian, always cleared the table when it was her turn. What would a good price for her be?...Leo McGarry insists on working on the Sabbath. Exodus 35:2 clearly says he should be put to death. Am I morally obligated to kill him myself or is it okay to call the police? " ~Josiah Bartlet

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    Default Re: More than one god mentioned in the christian bible

    also:

    16 Then Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and settled in the land of Nod, east of Eden.

    (where he met his wife)

    So... no incest needed - there were plenty of other people on the earth that doG didn't create.
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    Quote eclectic said View Post
    also:

    16 Then Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and settled in the land of Nod, east of Eden.

    (where he met his wife)

    So... no incest needed - there were plenty of other people on the earth that doG didn't create.
    maybe this is a sign the bible predicted the discovery of bubble universes?
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    of course, as this christian 'main' god says, 'he' is a jealous god, and indeed the first few commandments pertain to this one protecting himself as the big daddy. It's kinda like he was scared of other gods? totally infatuated with us little humans following him? kinda goes against not just appearing in the sky and removing everyones doubt eh. weird stuff this religion stuff.
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    Quote davo said View Post
    of course, as this christian 'main' god says, 'he' is a jealous god, and indeed the first few commandments pertain to this one protecting himself as the big daddy. It's kinda like he was scared of other gods? totally infatuated with us little humans following him? kinda goes against not just appearing in the sky and removing everyones doubt eh. weird stuff this religion stuff.
    A major reason I couldn't follow the xtian stuff, even when I was still hoping to believe in some sort of 'higher being'. What sort of all-powerful creator-of-the-universe needs to force his creations to worship him? Seems very petty and insecure to me.
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