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  • He received what they gave him, melted it down in a mould and with it made the statue of a calf. 'Israel,' the people shouted, 'here is your God who brought you here from Egypt!' (Exodus 32, 4)

  • Observing this, Aaron built an altar before the statue and made this proclamation, 'Tomorrow will be a feast in Yahweh's honour.' (Exodus 32, 5)

  • see that you do not corrupt yourselves by making an image in the shape of anything whatever: be it statue of man or of woman, (Deuteronomy 4, 16)

  • Be careful not to forget the covenant which Yahweh your God has made with you, by sculpting an image or making a statue of anything, since Yahweh your God has forbidden this; (Deuteronomy 4, 23)

  • He gave the eleven hundred shekels back to his mother, who said, 'I have indeed vowed to give this silver to Yahweh for my son, to have a statue carved and an idol cast in metal, but now I should like to give it back to you.' He, however, returned the money to his mother. (Judges 17, 3)

  • His mother then took two hundred silver shekels and gave them to the metalworker. With them, he carved a statue (and cast an idol in metal) which was put in Micayehu's house. (Judges 17, 4)

  • The five men who had been to reconnoitre the country then spoke to their brothers. 'Do you know', they said, 'that in these houses there is an ephod, some domestic images, a carved statue and an idol cast in metal? So now work out what you have got to do! (Judges 18, 14)

  • the five who had been to reconnoitre the country went on into the house and took the carved statue, the ephod, the domestic images and the idol cast in metal; meanwhile the priest remained at the threshold of the gate with the six hundred men equipped for war. (Judges 18, 17)

  • These men, having entered Micah's house, took the carved statue, the ephod, the domestic images and the idol cast in metal. The priest, however, said, 'What are you doing?' (Judges 18, 18)

  • The priest was delighted; he took the ephod, the domestic images and the carved statue, and went off among the people. (Judges 18, 20)

  • The Danites erected the carved statue for themselves. Jonathan son of Gershom, son of Moses, and his sons after him were priests for the tribe of Dan till the day when the inhabitants of the country were carried away into exile. (Judges 18, 30)

  • The carved statue made by Micah they installed for their own use, and there it stayed as long as the house of God remained at Shiloh. (Judges 18, 31)


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