8442. Toah — a wandering, an error. Abominable custom, thing, abomination. Active female participle of Ta`ah; Mistakes, that is, impiety (moral) or violation (political) – mistakes, hinder. /hebrew/8442.htm – 6k In Daniel 11:31, in this passage of his prophecies, which is generally interpreted as referring to the terrible catastrophes that were to happen to the Jews in the time of Antiochus Epiphanes, it is said, „And they shall lay down the abominations that make them dark.“ Antiochus Epiphanius had an altar erected on the altar of the burnt offering, on which sacrifices were offered to Jupiter at Olympus. (Compare 1 Maccabeus 1:57). It was the abomination of the devastation of Jerusalem. The same language is used in Daniel 9:27 (compare Matthew 24:15), where the reference probably refers to the picture-crowned banners that the Romans erected at the eastern gate of the temple (70 AD) and to which they paid idolatrous honors. „Almost the entire religion of the Roman camp was to worship the flag, swear by the flag, and prefer the flag to all other gods.“ These signs were an „abomination“ for the Jews, the „abominations of devastation.“ 8263. Sheqets — Deterrence, despicable thing. Horror. By Shaqats; Dirt, that is, (figuratively and specifically) an idolatrous – odious object (-tion). see HEBREW Shaqats.
8262, 8263. Sheqets. 8264. /hebrew/8263.htm – Worship 6k. Stop making vain offerings; Incense is anathema to me; the new moons and sabbaths, the call of congregations with which I cannot escape; it is injustice. christianbookshelf.org/kingsley/the good news of worship of God/Sermon VI.htm The word Abuieren is a word used to describe a deeply rooted reaction to someone or something that is deeply uncomfortable for our way of life or faith. In the Bible, the word abomination is not only used in a cultural sense, it is used in a prophetic and spiritual sense. Therefore, the common misconception that the word abomination can be used as a substitute for the word hate is false.
An abomination speaks for the conflicts between the souls of the people. Christians must seize every opportunity to communicate in a way that leads others to listen to the message that God has placed in our hearts. Pharaoh was so moved by the fourth plague that, while rejecting Moses` request, he offered a compromise and granted the Israelites permission to hold their feast and offer their sacrifices in Egypt. This permission could not be accepted because Moses said they were to sacrifice „the abominations of the Egyptians“ (Exodus 8:26); that is, the cow or the ox, which all the Egyptians considered sacred and which they considered scandalous to kill him. Leviticus 7:18If part of the flesh of the sacrifice of his peace offerings is eaten on the third day, it will not be accepted and will not be attributed to the one who offers it. It will be an abomination, and the soul that eats part of it will bear its injustice. (WEB KJV ASV WBS RSV) Proverbs 16:5 – „Whoever is arrogant in heart is an abomination to the Lord; Rest assured that it will not go unpunished. Were Jeremiah 6:15 ashamed when they committed atrocities? No, they were not ashamed at all, and they could not blush; that is why they belong to those who fall; the moment I visit them, they will be shot,“ Yahweh said. (WEB KJV JPS ASV DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV) Holy martyrs Juventinus and Maximinus. He began by polluting the wells of the city and Daphne with evil sacrifices so that every man who used the well could participate in the abomination. /…/The History of the Church of Theodoret/Chapter XI of the Holy Martyrs.htm Every shepherd was „an abomination“ to the Egyptians (Genesis 46:34). This aversion to shepherds, such as the Hebrews, probably stemmed from the fact that Sub-Egypt and Middle Egypt had previously been kept in oppressive submission by a tribe of nomadic shepherds (the Hyksos) who had only recently been expelled, and perhaps also in part from this other fact that the Egyptians hated the anarchic habits of these wandering shepherds. Judges 20:6, and I took my concubine and cut her into pieces, and sent her through the land of Israel`s inheritance; for they have committed abomination and arbitrariness in Israel.
(DBY RSV) Daniel 11:31 – „His powers will appear and desecrate the temple and fortress and remove the regular burnt offering. And they will create the abomination that constitutes devastation. As you can see, the Bible has a lot to say about atrocities. Whether it is an act of abomination or the abomination of devastation. Note the severity of the passages. We must take this concept seriously as Christians. One of the verses even talks about turning a blind eye to the law and how obnoxious it is. We need to make sure that we read all the scriptures, even the hard-to-swallow parts.
We cannot have God`s love without knowing that anger also exists. Otherwise, grace would be cheap and meaningless to believers. Leviticus 18:22 – „Thou shalt not lie with a man as with a woman; it is an abomination. The Old and New Testaments have much in common – much more. When we reach verse 15, a clear allusion is made to the man of sin: „Thus, when ye see the abomination of devastation of which Daniel, the prophet, spoke. christianbookshelf.org/pink/the Antichrist/Old and New Testament.htm The word most commonly used by the Hebrews for this idea, indicating the highest degree of abomination, is to`ebhah, which mainly means that which offends the religious meaning of a people. For example, when it says, „The Egyptians cannot eat bread with the Hebrews; for it is an abomination to the Egyptians,“ the word is used; The meaning is that the Hebrews were repugnant to the Egyptians as foreigners, as a lower caste, and especially as shepherds (Genesis 46:34). The Egyptians` feeling for the Greeks was also a feeling of disgust. Herodotus (ii.41) says that the Egyptians would not kiss a Greek on the mouth, use his dish, or taste meat cut with a Greek knife.