By Johannes Henricus Scholten
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6] CHAPTER III. THE RELIGION OF THE SEMITES. I. THE PHŒNICIANS, SYRIANS, BABYLONIANS, CARTHAGINIANS, AND ARABIANS. In the Semitic races the religious spirit rose above nature-worship in the effort to separate God from nature, and to elevate him above nature as Lord, Baal (plural Baalim, either from the different places where he was worshiped, or the various names under which he was worshiped), Bel, El, Adon (Adonis).  Also the title Molech and Baal Molech to designate the Supreme Being among the ancient Phoenicians and Carthaginians, and the nations nearest related to Israel, the Moabites and Ammonites, as well as the derived names Milcom (Kamos) [Chemosh, Eng.
In the highest stage of religious development, the most entire feeling of dependence is united in religion with the strongest consciousness of personal independence. The first of these forms is exhibited in the fetich and nature-worship of the ancient nations; the second in Buddhism, and in the deification of the human, which reaches its full height among the Greeks. The true religion, prepared in Israel, is the Christian, in which man, grown conscious of his oneness with God, is ruled by the divine as an inner power of life, and acts spontaneously and freely while in the fullest dependence upon God.
5; 2 Kings, xvi. 3; xxi. 3; xxiii. 4, et seq; 2 Chron. xxxiii. 3; Ezek. xvi. 20, 21; Jer. xix. 5.  Amos. v. 25, 26.  Judges, xi. 30-40.  Ex. xxxii. 27-29; Numb. xxv. 4.  2 Sam. xxi. 1-14.  1 Kings, iii. 2; xi. 7; 2 Kings, xii. 3; xiv. 4; xvii. 11; xviii. 4; xxiii. 5, 19; 2 Chron. xxi. 11.  2 Chron. xxxiv. 3; Ezek. vi. 3; xx. 28.  1 Kings, xii. 28, 33. Comp. Ex. xxxii. 4, 19.  Levit. xviii. 21; xx. 2; Deut. xii. 31.  Gen. xxiv, xxviii.  Gen. xiv. 18-20; xx.
A Comparative View of Religions by Scholten by Johannes Henricus Scholten