They both feared ADONAI and served their own gods in the manner customary among the nations from which they had been taken away.
To this day they continue to follow their former [pagan] customs. They do not fear ADONAI. They do not follow the regulations, rulings, Torah or mitzvah which ADONAI ordered the descendants of Ya'akov, to whom he gave the name Isra'el,
with whom ADONAI had made a covenant and charged them, "Do not fear other gods or bow down to them, serve them or sacrifice to them.
On the contrary, you are to fear ADONAI, who brought you out of the land of Egypt with great power and an outstretched arm. Worship him, and sacrifice to him.
You are to observe forever the laws, rulings, Torah and mitzvah which he wrote for you. You are not to fear other gods,
and you are not to forget the covenant I made with you. No, you must not fear other gods
but must fear ADONAI your God; then he will rescue you from the power of all your enemies."
However, they didn't listen, but followed their old [pagan] practices.
So these nations mixed fearing ADONAI with serving their carved idols; likewise their children; and to this day, their descendants do the same as their ancestors did.