Results for: Baal

What is baal worship?

The name "Baal" translates as master, in Hebrew. There are only fragmentary reports surviving of some middle eastern deity named Baal, who presumably was worshipped with the s (MORE)

Is Baal real?

A: Gods are real to those who believe in them, and not real to those who do not believe. Keel and Uehlinger ( Gods, Goddesses and Images of God in Ancient Israel ) say that Y (MORE)
In Judaism

Who were Baal and Astarte?

Baal ('Lord') was the West Semitic storm god. Eventually there were many Baalim, including, for example, Baal-hanan. There are numerous references to the Hebrew worship of Baa (MORE)

Who is Baal in The Bible?

The term 'baal' by itself is first noted in the time of Moses asa place of pagan worship circa mid 15th Century B.C.: Numbers 22:41 New King James Version (NKJV) Balaam's (MORE)

How did they worship Baal?

A: Keel and Uehlinger ( Gods, Goddesses and Images of God in Ancient Israel ) say that Yahweh (YHWH) and Baal were almost synonymous in Israel during Iron Age IIB, the perio (MORE)

Who was the god Baal?

A: Baal was one of the most important West Semitic gods, worshipped as the High god among Phoenicians, but also important in Judah, Israel, Aram and elsewhere. In early times (MORE)
In Judaism

Did the Baal Shem Tov have a surname?

Jewish names traditionally do not have surnames, just first name 'son of ('ben' in Hebrew)' father's name. So the Bal Shem Tov's name was Israel ben (son of, not short for 'Be (MORE)
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What is the meaning of Baal of Peor?

A: Baal of Peor was a Moabite god, whose temple was on the mountain of Peor. In ancient times, gods were often referred to by reference to the location of their temple. Just (MORE)
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What is Baal etymology?

Baal (read 'Bail') comes from old Albanian language: Ba ill, it means father star. In the old times used to pray to the stars. Even Albanians were called Yllirians. Which ha (MORE)
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What do you mean by baal?

I don't mean anything by it. In the Semitic languages of theancient middle east, it meant something like "Lord" and was apretty common word used to refer to various tutelary g (MORE)