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Go to Bible: Deuteronomy 9
 
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“the sons of Anak.” Anak was one of the Nephilim, the “Fallen Ones,” just as Numbers 13:33 says. [For more on the Nephilim, see commentary on Gen. 6:4].

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“making him angry.” The NET text note on Deuteronomy 4:25 gets the sense of the verse correctly when it says, “The infinitive construct [in the Hebrew text] is understood here as indicating the result, not the intention of their actions.” The Israelites would not do what they did in worshipping idols with the intent to provoke God, but the result of their idolatry was that God was provoked. In English, “provoke” is usually used when someone intentionally does something that upsets the other person, and that is not what happened with Israel’s idolatry.

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