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Which Bible Character are You Most Like?

What Bible Character are You?
First Name Only
Top Interests
Choose between 4 - 8 hobbies/interests.
Are you more naughty or nice?
What are your religious views?
Flip the switch to be an evil character. ;-)

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Christina, you are most like Jezebel from the Bible.


Based on your attributes and the request for an “evil” Bible character, I would say you share some similarities with Jezebel. Jezebel was a queen and the wife of King Ahab in the Old Testament. She is known for her devious and manipulative behavior. Like you, she was a strong-willed woman who used her position and influence to achieve her goals, often at the expense of others.

Christina, you mentioned that your behavior can be “naughty,” which could align with Jezebel’s reputation for deceit and cunning. Your interest in social media and the influence it can wield may also parallel Jezebel’s use of her position as queen to manipulate and control those around her. Your preference for an “evil” character also points to a shared inclination towards darker motivations, much like Jezebel’s actions in the Bible.

Jezebel is often portrayed as a negative figure in the Bible due to her role in leading her husband and the people of Israel into idolatry and away from the worship of the one true God. Her selfish and manipulative nature can be seen in her actions, such as her plot to have Naboth killed in order to seize his vineyard for her husband (1 Kings 21:1-16). Additionally, her confrontation with the prophet Elijah further highlights her ruthless and unyielding personality (1 Kings 19:1-3).

Although Jezebel and her actions in the Bible are certainly controversial, her strength and determination cannot be denied. In your interests, such as puzzles and word games, there may be an echo of Jezebel’s strategic and calculating nature, using her wits to achieve her ambitions.

As a woman with a strong sense of independence and individuality, you may find certain parallels with Jezebel’s refusal to conform to societal expectations and her unapologetic pursuit of her own desires. While her actions are condemned in the Bible, there may be aspects of her character that resonate with your own experiences and personality traits.

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