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  Daily Bible Study - Valley Of Hinnom
It is named from a certain "son of Hinnom" who apparently owned or had some significant association with the valley at a time prior to Joshua 15:8.
The Hebrew name Hinnom when translated into Greek is gehenna, from which the word and concept of hell originated.
By the time of Jesus Christ, the deep, constantly-burning Valley of Hinnom was also known as the Valley of Gehenna, or Hell, and had taken on a popular image as the place "down there" where the wicked would eventually be cast into the flames for destruction.
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 What is Hell? page 2
It is derived from the Valley of Hinnom.
Hinnom was a depository of the dead bodies of animals and Gentiles or strangers that died within the borders of Israel.
This Valley of Hinnom had a perpetual fire burning because of the dead bodies and its being used as a refuse dump.
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 Hinnom
The rocks on the south side of Hinnom are full of gaping apertures, the mouths of tombs once filled with the dead, but now vacant.
(lamentation), Valley of, otherwise called "the valley of the son" or "children of Hinnom," a deep and narrow ravine, with steep, rocky sides, to the south and west of Jerusalem, separating Mount Zion to the north from the "hill of evil counsel," and the sloping rocky plateau of the "plain of Rephaim" to the south.
The earliest mention of the valley of Hinnom is in (Joshua 15:8; 18:16) where the boundary line between the tribes of Judah and Benjamin is described as passing along the bed of the ravine.
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 [CTRL] HELL
This is Jerusalem's Gei Ben Hinnom, the Valley of the Sons of Hinnom.
The valley was named for an alien nonsemitic family, the Hinnom clan that predated the First Temple period a thousand years before the Christian era, and established the locale as a place of abomination.
Hinnom's ghastly child sacrifice was halted only in the 7th century B.C. when Josiah overran the valley and desecrated its altars with bones.
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 Section #5: All occurances of the Hebrew words GAY - 1516 and HINNOM - 2011
II Ki 23:10 And he defiled Topheth, which is in the valley (gay’ - 1516) of the children of Hinnom, that no man might make his son or his daughter to pass through the fire to Molech.
Jer 7:31 And they have built the high places of Tophet, which is in the valley (gay’ - 1516) of the son of Hinnom, to burn their sons and their daughters in the fire; which I commanded them not, neither came it into my heart.
Jer 19:2 And go forth unto the valley (gay’ - 1516) of the son of Hinnom, which is by the entry of the east gate, and proclaim there the words that I shall tell thee,
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 Hell In The New Testament
Otherwise called "the valley of the son of Hinnom," or "the valley of Benhinnom"; a deep and narrow ravine with steep, rocky sides to the S and W of Jerusalem, separating Mt. Zion to the N from the "Hill of Evil Counsel," and the sloping rocky plateau of the "valley of Rephaim" to the South
The earliest mentions of the valley of Hinnom are in Josh 15:8 and 18:16, where the boundary line between the tribes of Judah and Benjamin is described as passing along the bed of the ravine.
And they have built the high places of Topheth, which is in the valley of the son of Hinnom, to burn their sons and their daughters in the fire; which I commanded not, neither came it into my mind.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Hinnom
In later Jewish literature it was called Ge-Hinnom [Hebvalley of Hinnom] and in the Greek of the New Testament, Gehenna.
Tophet, in the Bible, place near Jerusalem, in the valley of Hinnom, associated with the worship of Molech.
Molech or Moloch, Canaanite god of fire to whom children were offered in sacrifice; he is also known as an Assyrian god.
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 hell names
Gehenna is the Hebrew gê-hinnom (Neh.9:30), or the longer form gê-ben-hinnom (Jos., xv, 8), and gê-benê-hinnom (Jos.15:8, 2K.13:10), "valley of the sons of Hinnom".
Hinnom seems to be the name of a person not otherwise known.
The Valley of Hinnom is south of Jerusalem and is now called Wadi er-rababi.
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 The Ketef Hinnom Scrolls
Having seen, therefore, that the Ketef Hinnom scrolls do indeed date from the royal period, and are indeed the oldest extant examples of Biblical quotations in the world, we should now turn to the texts themselves and see what they say.
The Ketef Hinnom scrolls, however, were intended for private use, and were included in a private burial.
In all these aspects, the Ketef Hinnom scrolls provide a strong support for the antiquity, accuracy and historical truth of the Biblical accounts: not just Numbers 6: 24-26, but the whole picture of Hebrew religion as it is described in the Old Testament.
www.scriptureinhistory.org.au /Articles/Ketef%20Hinnom%20Scroll.htm   (1425 words)

  
 sb184
It would appear that Hinnom died before the land was divided, so that his portion fell to his eldest son, according to the laws of inheritance in Israel.
In 2 Kings 23:10 the valley of the children of Hinnom was declared to be the location of Topheth, which means "altar," and it is also identified with Molech, who was the god of the Ammonites.
One of Manasseh’s wicked practices was that he caused his children to pass through the fire in the valley of the son of Hinnom (33:6), and made Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem to err, and to do worse than the nations, whom the Lord had destroyed before the children of Israel (33:9).
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Archaeological evidence however clearly shows that the valley of Hinnom was instead utilized in the first century (and for a thousand years before) as cemetary grounds, containing thousands of tombs and graves (not exactly the most respectful place for a garbage dump).
Note also that a valley adjoining the Hinnom valley is called the Valley of the Rephaim in Joshua 15:8, 18:16; 2 Samuel 5:18, 23:13; 1 Chronicles 11:15, 20:4 and the Rephaim were the ghosts of the dead residing in Sheol (cf.
It was thought to have several gates, one in the valley of Hinnom and other in Jerusalem ('Erubin 19a), likely drawing on Isaiah 31:9 which refers to Yahweh having "his furance in Jerusalem".
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 BLB Jos 15
And the border came down to the end of the mountain that [lieth] before the valley of the son of Hinnom, [and] which [is] in the valley of the giants on the north, and descended to the valley of Hinnom, to the side of Jebusi on the south, and descended to Enrogel,
Moreover he burnt incense in the valley of the son of Hinnom, and burnt his children in the fire, after the abominations of the heathen whom the LORD had cast out before the children of Israel.
And they have built the high places of Tophet, which [is] in the valley of the son of Hinnom, to burn their sons and their daughters in the fire; which I commanded [them] not, neither came it into my heart.
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 The Imagery of Reality of Hell
The Valley of Ben Hinnom (Son of Hinnom, perhaps the original Jebusite owner of the land) is a deep, narrow ravine south of Jerusalem.
Later, and apparently during the time of Christ, the Valley of Hinnom was used as a garbage dump for the city of Jerusalem.
Hinnom thus became a graphic symbol of woe and judgement and of the place of eternal punishment called hell.
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 Part 6 - Gehenna
The valley of Hinnom is part of the pleasant wadi or valley, which bounds Jerusalem on the south.
The valley of the sons of Hinnom was a delightful vale, planted with trees, watered by fountains, and lying near Jerusalem, on the south-east, by the brook Kedron.
The being burnt in the valley of the son of Hinnom.
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 Sign of the broken flask; Jeremiah beaten and put in stocks; Message to Pashhur; Jeremiah's suffering and further ...
Some of the prophecy here regarding Tophet and the Valley of Hinnom, it should be noted, is repeated from Jeremiah 7:31-33.
Tophet was the place in the Valley of Hinnom where children were sacrificed in pagan ritual, one of the most abhorrent customs the Israelites adopted from the Canaanites.
God explained that just as Tophet, a place of pagan sacrifice, had been destroyed and turned into a garbage dump, so Jerusalem—the whole of which was a place of pagan sacrifice—would be destroyed in like manner (verses 12-13).
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Josh 15:8 Then it ran up the Valley of Ben Hinnom along the southern slope of the Jebusite city (that is, Jerusalem).
There proclaim the words I tell you, VALLEY OF HINNOM, (from Nelson's Illustrated Bible Dictionary) Apparently, the Valley of Hinnom was used as the garbage dump for the city of Jerusalem.
Hinnom thus became a graphic symbol of woe and judgment and of the place of eternal punishment called HELL.
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 Hinnom Valley
Jerusalem’s Hinnom Valley marked the western and southern edges of Jerusalem, beginning along the Western Hill and ending where the Tyropean and Kidron Valleys meet.
King Manasseh of Judah added to the negative reputation of the Hinnom Valley by sacrificing some of his own sons in Baal worship there (2 Chron.
Thus the English versions of the Bible translate “Valley of Hinnom” in the New Testament as “hell.” With its pagan history and its burning sewer stench, Jerusalem’s Hinnom Valley serves as a vivid metaphor for both the Christian and Jewish concept of hell.
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 My Weekly Column
The Valley of Gehenna (Hinnom) is mentioned in both the Old and New Testaments.
And the carcases of this people shall be meat for the fowls of heaven, and for the beasts of the earth; and none shall fray them away." Accordingly, the fires of Hinnom became a symbol of God's last day judgment of sinners in the ancient Jewish way of thinking.
Therefore, when Jesus referred to the Valley of Hinnom three times in the Sermon on the Mount, his hearers knew exactly the point he was making.
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 Hinnom to Mayhem
One thing is certain, whether by knife or by intense heat, the slaughter of these innocents, and the burning of their bodies in a pagan ritual was a heinous offense.
From the valley of Hinnom to modern day abortion clinics, the climax of wickedness is manifested in the ungodly treatment of children.
Whether the children are born or unborn, it is abominable to sacrifice those children upon the selfish altars of convenience and personal freedom.
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 The Gehenna of Fire, by James R Coram   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Hebrew phrase g_ ("ravine of") hinnom became geenna in Greek, whence Gehenna in Latin and English.
With reference to the delights of the kingdom, those who would kill one of these faithful ones, would not be able to hinder (i.e., put a stop to, or "kill") the bliss which they will enjoy in that day.
Those who come under God's judgment in the Messiah's kingdom will not only have their bodies destroyed in the valley of Hinnom, but they will be subjected to total loss (i.e., "destruction") of the joys which their souls long for in the kingdom.
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 JERUSALEM ASSIGNMENT
Because of the perpetual burning and smoke in the Valley of Hinnom (corpses of criminals, animals and refuse were burnt there once King Josiah put an end to the human sacrifices) Ge-Hinnom (Hebrew) or Gehenna (Latin and English) became a synonym for hell.
Jewish tradition says that in the valley of Hinnom is the mouth to hell.
Before knowing anything about the Valley of Hinnom and the St. Peter’s church, Robyn was told by the Lord that she would be playing prophetically the lifting of the corporate veil over Israel.
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 BibleGateway.com - Keyword Search: Hinnom
The boundary went down to the foot of the hill facing the Valley of Ben Hinnom, north of the Valley of Rephaim.
He desecrated Topheth, which was in the Valley of Ben Hinnom, so no one could use it to sacrifice his son or daughter in the fire to Molech.
They have built the high places of Topheth in the Valley of Ben Hinnom to burn their sons and daughters in the fire—something I did not command, nor did it enter my mind.
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As though reading his mind, Hinnom moved to the floor-to-ceiling windows of the suite, stood against the glass, and waved slightly.
His opponent Hinnom this time was a genuine personality of his own, without concern for money or career, with no family, no roots, no future scruples.
Hinnom raised the stakes: "I'll throw in control through nominees of a new company yet to be formed in Malaysia to act as a broker for all Hinnom Computing CD-ROM production for the next five years.
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