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TRADITION • There seem to be three classes of these oral teachings: • (a) TRADITION • There seem to be three classes of these oral teachings: • (a) some oral laws of Moses (as they supposed) given by the great lawgiver in addition to the written laws; • (b) decisions of various judges which became precedents in judicial matters; • (c) interpretations of great teachers (rabbis) which came to be prized with the same reverence as were the Old Testament Scriptures.

Tyre and Sidon Tyre and Sidon

TYRE • Tyre in Prophecy. Several prophets of the Old Testament prophesied against Tyre. TYRE • Tyre in Prophecy. Several prophets of the Old Testament prophesied against Tyre. They condemned the Tyrians for delivering Israelites to the Edomites (Amos 1: 9) and for selling them as slaves to the Greeks (Joel 3: 5 -6). Jeremiah prophesied Tyre's defeat (Jer 27: 1 -11). But the classic prophecy against Tyre was given by Ezekiel.

 • stenazo (sten-ad'-zo); from NT: 4728; to make (intransitively, be) in straits, i. • stenazo (sten-ad'-zo); from NT: 4728; to make (intransitively, be) in straits, i. e. (by implication) to sigh, murmur, pray inaudibly: • with grief, groan, grudge, sigh.

DOG • 1. In Bible times, as now, troops of hungry and half-wild dogs DOG • 1. In Bible times, as now, troops of hungry and half-wild dogs roamed the fields and the streets feeding upon dead bodies and other refuse (1 Kings 14: 11; 16: 4; 21: 19, 23; 2 Kings 9: 10, 36; Jer 15: 3; etc. ) and thus became objects of dislike. Fierce and cruel enemies were called dogs (Ps 22: 16, 20; Jer 15: 3). • 2. The dog being an unclean animal, the terms "dog, " "dead dog, " "dog's head" were used as terms of reproach, or of humiliation if speaking of one's self (1 Sam 24: 14; 2 Sam 3: 8; 9: 8; 2 Kings 8: 13). • 3. In the East "dog" is used for impure and profane persons and was used by the Jews respecting the Gentiles (Matt 15: 26). • 4. False apostles are called "dogs" on account of impurity and love of gain (Phil 3: 2). • 5. Those who are shut of the kingdom of heaven are also called "dogs" (Rev 22: 15) on account of their vileness, probably a reference to homosexuality.

The First Command • • Ex 20: 12 12 The First Command • • Ex 20: 12 12 "Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the LORD your God is giving you. • • Exodus 21: 17 17 "Anyone who curses his father or mother must be put to death. • • Leviticus 20: 9 9 "'If anyone curses his father or mother, he must be put to death. He has cursed his father or his mother, and his blood will be on his own head. • • • Deuteronomy 27: 16 16 "Cursed is the man who dishonors his father or his mother. " Then all the people shall say, "Amen!" • • • Proverbs 20: 20 20 If a man curses his father or mother, his lamp will be snuffed out in pitch darkness. • • • Proverbs 30: 17 17 "The eye that mocks a father, that scorns obedience to a mother, will be pecked out by the ravens of the valley, will be eaten by the vultures.

SYROPHOENICIAN • Mark 7: 26; the woman is a remarkable case of faith outside SYROPHOENICIAN • Mark 7: 26; the woman is a remarkable case of faith outside of Israel, and of Jesus' exceptional healing beyond the precincts of the elect nation, His special sphere; parallel to Elijah's ministration to the widow of Zarephath (Luke 4: 26 -27). Mark terms her a "Greek, " i. e. a Gentile; Matthew (Matt 15: 22) "a woman of Canaan, " i. e. , like the Phoenicians her countrymen, she was a descendant of Canaan the accursed race, yet she became blessed by Jesus through faith. Syrophoenicia is the northern end of the long strip, Phoenicia, and had Tyre for its capital.