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  • Seal of Jezebel Identified

    Jezebel was zealous in her efforts to stamp out Yahwism and promote the worship of Baal. She mounted a campaign to kill the Lord's prophets... This article was first published in the Spring 2008 issue of Bible and Spade. Jezebel was no doubt the...
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  • Meat Offered to Idols' in Pergamum and Thyatira

    churches, the Lord had a few things against this church. The problem was that the elders of the church allowed that woman Jezebel, who calls herself a prophetess. By her teaching she misleads my servants into sexual immorality and the eating of food...
  • The Tel Dan Stela and the Kings of Aram and Israel

    for 12 years (2 Kgs 3:1). Although he did evil in the eyes of the Lord, he was not as bad as his father Ahab and his mother Jezebel. The outstanding event of his reign seems to be the removal of the sacred stone of Baal that Ahab had made (2 Kgs 3:2)....
  • Ahab the Israelite

    king of the northern kingdom of Israel. These chapters, however, are nothing more than a litany of his sins. Ahab married Jezebel, daughter of Ithbaal, king of Sidon, and began to worship Baal (1 Kgs 16:31-32). He was so taken up with this pagan deity...
  • Israelite Kings in Assyrian Inscriptions

    king of Israel after the monarchy split. He ruled for 22 years, ca 874-853 BC, and married the infamous Phoenician princess Jezebel who introduced the worship of the heathen gods Melkart, Baal and Ashtoreth into Israelite religious life. Ahab did not...
  • The Biblical Cities Of Tyre And Sidon

    term for Phoenicians?) and builders from Gebal, known by the Greeks as Byblos (1 Kgs 5:18). Ethbaal wasthe father of Jezebel and king of Sidon (1 Kgs 16:31). Many scholars follow Josephus ( Against Apion 1.121-24; Antiquities 8), who was quoting...
  • What Do Mt. Horeb, The Mountain of God, Mt. Paran and Mt. Seir Have to Do with Mt. Sinai?

    centuries after the Israelites were at Mt. Sinai, Elijah fled to 'Horeb, the mountain of God' to escape the wrath of Queen Jezebel following his encounter with the priests of Baal at Mt. Carmel (1 Kgs 19:1-21). All told, some 63 chapters of the Old...
  • Khirbet el-Maqatir Spring 2016 Season: Touring Report June 12-June 17

    there for his campaign against the Amalekites (I Samuel 14:48 and 15:2-9). The prophet Elijah took refuge in Beersheba when Jezebel ordered him killed (I Kings 19:3). From the above, you can see that a tour after the dig is much more than just visiting...
  • I Have Seen It All!!!

    and important the ruins were at OT Samaria and NT Sebaste. We visited the palace of the Omride Dynasty (think Ahab and Jezebel), the pagan Temple of Augustus Caesar, and the tomb of John the Baptist (well, one of his tombs…). While exiting the large...
  • Ezekiel 26:1-14: A Proof Text For Inerrancy or Fallibility of The Old Testament?

    in exchange for wheat and olive oil (1 Kgs 5). Ahab, ninth century king of Israel, began to worship Baal after he married Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal, king-priest of Tyre and Sidon. Jesus visited the coastal region of Tyre and Sidon where he healed a...
  • Megiddo, The Place of Battles

    the ridge of Mount Carmel that rises above Megiddo. During the days of Elijah the prophet, King Ahab (874–853 BC) and Queen Jezebel encouraged and sponsored Baal worship in Israel. This led Elijah to call for a contest to determine who deserved the...
  • Is Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia?

    of Israel (Ex. 19:1-3, 11,18; 20:1-17). Here, too, the prophet Elijah found himself after his escape from wicked Queen Jezebel (I Kings 19). Pilgrims, scholars and tourists have visited the traditional site, Jebel Musa(Arabic for the Mountain of Moses)...

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