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A god worshiped at the temple at Shechem (Judg 9:46). Usually identified with the god Baal-Berith (Judg 8:33; 9:46), although it can be argued that Baal-Berith and El-Berith are two separate gods with two separate temples.
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EL-BERITH (El-bĭrʹ ĭth) Name of a god meaning “god of the covenant.” A god worshiped in a temple at Shechem. It had a stronghold or citadel guarding it. There the citizens of Shechem sought protection when Abimelech attacked them, but Abimelech set the citadel on fire (Judg. 9:46–49). KJV translates
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6. El Berit
6. El BeritJudg 9:46 mentions a temple of ʾel berith in Shechem, which has been associated with the il brt mentioned in a Hurrian hymn, a tantalizing connection, since the Amarna letters record that there was a sizable Hurrian presence in Shechem. See also LXX of Gen 34:2, where the Greek has “the Hurrian”