For most modem Westerners, the word idolatry conjures images of distant lands or times: saffron-clothed Oriental monks prostrate before golden Buddhas, ancient Aztec priests plunging their daggers into helpless virgins atop monumental temples, or iniquitous Israelites cavorting before Aaron's golden calf in the Sinai . . .
January 1984April 21, 2022By Bryce J. Christensen
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