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 This word is used,
  1. To express the idea that the Egyptians considered themselves as
     defiled when they ate with strangers Ge 43:32 The Jews
     subsequently followed the same practice, holding it unlawful to
     eat or drink with foreigners Joh 18:28 Ac 10:28 11:3
  2. Every shepherd was "an abomination" unto the Egyptians Ge 46:34
     This aversion to shepherds, such as the Hebrews, arose probably
     from the fact that Lower and Middle Egypt had formerly been held
     in oppressive subjection by a tribe of nomad shepherds (the
     Hyksos), who had only recently been expelled, and partly also
     perhaps from this other fact that the Egyptians detested the
     lawless habits of these wandering shepherds.
  3. Pharaoh was so moved by the fourth plague, that while he refused
     the demand of Moses, he offered a compromise, granting to the
     Israelites permission to hold their festival and offer their
     sacrifices in Egypt. This permission could not be accepted,
     because Moses said they would have to sacrifice "the abomination
     of the Egyptians" Ex 8:26 i.e., the cow or ox, which all the
     Egyptians held as sacred, and which they regarded it as
     sacrilegious to kill.
  4. Da 11:31 in that section of his prophecies which is generally
     interpreted as referring to the fearful calamities that were to
     fall on the Jews in the time of Antiochus Epiphanes, says, "And
     they shall place the abomination that maketh desolate."
     Antiochus Epiphanes caused an altar to be erected on the altar
     of burnt-offering, on which sacrifices were offered to Jupiter
     Olympus. (Comp. 1 Macc. 1:57) This was the abomination of
     the desolation of Jerusalem. The same language is employed in
     Da 9:27 comp. Mt 24:15 where the reference is
     probably to the image-crowned standards which the Romans set
     up at the east gate of the temple (A.D. 70) and to which
     they paid idolatrous honours. "Almost the entire religion of
     the Roman camp consisted in worshipping the ensign, swearing
     by the ensign, and in preferring the ensign before all other
     gods." These ensigns were an "abomination" to the Jews, the
     "abomination of desolation." This word is also used
     symbolically of sin in general Isa 66:3 an idol Isa 44:19
     the ceremonies of the apostate Church of Rome Re 17:4 a
     detestable act Eze 22:11
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