"They served their idols, which became a snare to them. They sacrificed their sons and their daughters to the demons; they poured out innocent blood, the blood of their sons and daughters, whom they sacrificed to the idols of Canaan, and the land was polluted with blood." --Psalm 106:36-38
Old Testament passages referring to pagan child sacrifice are numerous and dreadful. The Israelites, delivered from the bondage of Egypt by the mighty hand of Yahweh, the Lord of heaven and earth, did not simply engage in idolatry. They were guilty of adopting the ghastly Canaanite practice of child sacrifice. In some cases, they attempted to attach this practice to worship of the Lord. In others, they rejected Yahweh worship altogether, and fully turned themselves over to the idols of Canaan. Kings Ahaz and Manasseh even burned their own sons in the fires of sacrifice. Certain Israelites stood by and did nothing. Despite manifold warnings and admonitions from the Lord, the Israelites persisted. As a result, God brought wrathful judgment upon His people.
In this impactful DVD, Henry Smith presents the archaeological and historical evidence from antiquity for child sacrifice in Canaanite culture. Surveying the relevant biblical texts, Mr. Smith also makes connections between this horrific ancient practice and modern day abortion. You will be deeply moved and challenged to rise up and defend the unborn against the practice of abortion, a modern day form of child sacrifice.
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