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To their immense credit, despite gaining much of their early culture from the Canaanites, the Jews managed to largely avoid child sacrifice. It was never a part of the Jewish religion, and when it occasionally reared its ugly head it was as a perversion of their religion, and was roundly condemned by the prophets. Sadly, we know the Canaanites did sacrifice children, hundreds at a time, to the god Kronos, as the ancient author Diodorus Siculus records it, and the burnt bones of children have been found at the sanctuary of Tanit at Carthage.

You can read more about this in Chapter 2 of In Search of the Loving God.

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