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Ashtoreth (of Phonecia)

 

Pronunciation:  ASH-tohr-eth

Occurrences:  1
First Reference:
 Yeshua 22:11

 

For some proclaim aloud the glory of Zeus, and some the glory of Apollo, and still others would proclaim Ashtoreth of Phonecia above all the rest.

 

 

Summary:  A renowned philosopher from Athens named Zostrianos engaged in a public debate with Yeshua during his ministry in the city of Tyre (Y:22:1-65). During the exchange, Zostrianos mentioned Ashtoreth of Phonecia as being one of many deities he claimed as being created by men (Y:22:10-13).

 

 

Notes/References:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astarte

Ashleah
Athens