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2 Kings 18:4

He broke in pieces the bronze serpent that Moses had made, for until those days the people of Israel had made offerings to it; it was called Nehushtan.

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  • D9000

    And much good it did him.

  • flat

    and one false idol destroyed

  • And lo, biblical archaeologist Michael Murphy did find the pieces of the Serpent, then he did lose them again to a bottomless pit and the forces of international darkness. 

  • Didn’t LaHaye make an entire book about putting it back together?

  • picklefactory

    All idols are false idols.

  • Wade Bowmer

    Interesting that it took until Hezekiah to stop the Isrealites worshipping at an icon that *Moses* made… This is also a good piece of evidence that shows the Isrealites were not really monotheistic at this point, despite what various editors of the Scriptures down through the ages would like to think.