Ezekiel 20:29

29 Then I said to them: What is this high place you go to?’ ” (It is called Bamaha to this day.)

Read Ezekiel 20:29 Using Other Translations

Then I said unto them, What is the high place whereunto ye go? And the name thereof is called Bamah unto this day.
(I said to them, What is the high place to which you go? So its name is called Bamah to this day.)
I said to them, ‘What is this high place where you are going?’ (This kind of pagan shrine has been called Bamah—‘high place’—ever since.)

What does Ezekiel 20:29 mean?

John Gill's Exposition of the Bible
Ezekiel 20:29

Then I said unto them
By his prophets that he sent unto them: what is the high place where, unto you go?
what is the name of it? what is the use of it? to what end do you go there? is there not an altar built by my order and command to sacrifice upon is this high place better than that? does it answer a better end and purpose? and the name thereof is called Bamah unto this day;
or a high place. The Septuagint also leaves the word untranslated, and calls it Abama; and the Arabic version Abbana; so they called their altars after the Gentiles, by whom they are called (bwmoi) ; nor were they ashamed of it, but persisted in so calling them, from the first use of them to the present time. These are often called, Bamah and Bamot in the books of Kings. Jarchi says it is a term of reproach, as if it was said, Bamah----in what is it to be accounted of?

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