"Wickedness generally refers to being evil or morally depraved, but more specifically among philosophers and theologians, wickedness is a deeply profound evil committed consciously and voluntarily. When Bible translators used this term to describe what was happening in Zechariah 5, they were defining the Hebrew term ""rišʿâ"" (pronounced ""rishaw"")
meaning “evil-guilt”, something you cannot get rid of or cast off. This evil guilt is confined and sent to a place called the land of ""Shinar"" or the land of ""Babylonia"". This is a brief description of the end of the age when things get so bad that no one can doubt there is a spiritual battle taking place. In the Bible, the land of Babylonia is commonly referred to as the land of rebellion against God. The LORD is communicating something
very important for us to hear. Through Zechariah, He speaks and tells all who read it, that there is a land of rebellion against the principles of God in the end times.
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