Character Study on Ethbaal

Character Study on Ethbaal

Joshua 13: Heshbon, and all her cities that are in the plain; Dibon, and Bamothbaal, and Bethbaalmeon,
1 Kings 16: And it came to pass, as if it had been a light thing for him to walk in the sins of Jeroboam the son of Nebat, that he took to wife Jezebel the daughter of Ethbaal king of the Zidonians, and went and served Baal, and worshipped him.

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Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Ethbaal
("with Baal"), namely, for his patron god. Ithobalus ("Baal with him") in Menander (Josephus, Apion 1:18), king of Sidon, Jezebel's father (1 Kings 16:31). (See JEZEBEL.) Priest of Astarte. Murdered Pheles, 50 years after Hiram's death, and usurped the throne of Tyre for 32 years, 940-908 B.C.

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Ethbaal
ETHBAAL (‘with Baal,’ i.e . enjoying his favour and protection). King of the Sidonians, and father of Jezebel, wife of Ahab king of Israel ( 1 Kings 16:31 ).

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Ethbaal
King of Sidon, and father of Jezebel wife of Ahab. 1 Kings 16:31 .

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Ethbaal
Toward the idol

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Ethbaal - Ethbaal (‘with Baal,’ i
Jezebel - daughter of Ethbaal, King of the Zidonians, and wife of Ahab, king of Israel, 1 Kings 16:31
Ahab - He married Jezebel, the daughter of Ethbaal, king of Zidon, who introduced the whole abominations and idols of her country, Baal and Ashtaroth
Jezebel - Daughter of Ethbaal king of Tyre and Zidon, and wife of Ahab king of Israel, 1 Kings 16:31
Jezebel - The daughter of Ethbaal, king of Tyre, and wife of Ahab, king of Israel, infamous for her idolatry, wickedness and cruel persecution of the prophets of Jehovah
Jezebel - ), who brought the worship of Baal from Sidon, where her father Ethbaal was king (1 Kings 16:31 )
Jez'Ebel - ) She was a Phoenician princess, daughter of Ethbaal king of the Zidonians
Ahab - His wife was Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal king of Tyre; an ambitious and passionate idolatress, through whose influence the worship of Baal and Ashtoreth was introduced in Israel
Jezebel - Daughter of Ethbaal, king of Tyre and previously high priest of the Tyrian Baal; wife of Ahab, king of Israel, of the dynasty of Omri
Jezebel - Daughter of Ethbaal king of the Zidonians, wife of Ahab king of Israel, and mother of Ahaziah, Joram, and Athaliah
Baal - Of the extent to which the worship of this idol was domesticated among the Phoenicians and Carthaginians, we have an evidence in the proper names of persons; as, among the former, Ethbaal, Jerubbaal; and among the latter, Hannibal, Asdrubal, etc. This continued under David and Solomon; but under Ahab, whose wife Jezebel was a daughter of the Zidonian king Ethbaal, the worship of Baal was restored with great pomp, 1 Kings 16:31
Ahab - He married Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal king of the Zidonians, and under her influence became an idolater, and led Israel into the worship of Baal
a'Hab - He married Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal king of Tyre; and in obedience to her wishes, caused temple to be built to Baal in Samaria itself; and an oracular grove to be consecrated to Astarte
Baal (1) - Ahab, king of Israel, under Jezebel's influence (daughter of Ethbaal, priest of Baal and king of Zidon), established the worship of Baal and Asherah ("the groves"): 1 Kings 16:31-33; 1 Kings 18:19-22. The name appears in Asdrubal ("help of Baal"), Hannibal ("grace of Baal"), Adherbaal, Ethbaal
Sennacherib - The king of Tyre fied to Cyprus, Sidon and the rest of Phœnicia were taken or submitted, and placed under a king Ethbaal
Jezebel - Daughter of Ethbaal, or Ithobal, king of Sidon and priest of Astarte, who had murdered Phelles his predecessor (Josephus contra Apion, 1:18) and restored order in Tyre after a period of anarchy
Ahab - His alliance with the Phœnicians was cemented by his marriage with Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal, king of Tyre ( 1 Kings 16:31 ), who was also, if we may trust Josephus, priest of Astarte
Ahab - ... His wife, Jezebel, was the daughter of Ethbaal, priest-king of Tyre (1 Kings 16:31 )
Sidon - Thus Ethbaal, king of the Sidonians (1 Kings 16:31), is called by Menander in Josephus (Ant
Elijah - Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal, king of Sidon and Tyre (1 Kings 16:31 ), was Ahab's wife and Israel's queen
Elijah - Ahab had brought on a religious crisis in Israel by marrying Jezebel, a daughter of the Tyrian king Ethbaal, who, prior to his assuming royal purple, had been a priest of Melkart, the Tyrian Baal, and in order to ascend the throne had stained his hand with his master’s blood. 2), in the reign of Ithobal, the Biblical Ethbaal, Phœnicia suffered from a terrible drought, which lasted one year
Name - The following instances may be mentioned among others, and may stand as specimens of the whole, namely, שמואל , Samuel, "hear God;" אדניה , Adonijah, "God is lord;" יהוצדק , Josedech, "God is just;" אתבעל , Ethbaal, a Canaanitish name, the latter part of the compound being the name of the idol deity, Baal; בלשאצר , Belshazzar, "Bel," a Babylonish deity, "is ruler and king
Ahab - Having occasional good impulses (1 Kings 21:27), but weak and misled by his bad wife Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal, king of Zidon, i
Phoenicia, phNicians - In the following century king Ahab of Israel married Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal, king of Tyre
Gods And Goddesses, Pagan - ) and Jezebel, his wife, who was the daughter of the Tyrian king Ethbaal (1 Kings 16:29-34 )