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about this famous woman of the Bible for bible study. There is also
reference to where Bathsheba is mentioned in the Holy
Bible Dictionary Definition - Who was Bathsheba?
The definition and outline of Bathsheba is as follows: According to
the Old Testament she was the wife of Uriah and later the wife of
David; Solomon was her son by David.
David and Bathsheba Bible Story
Biography, Facts and
Information about Bathsheba
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provides a concise biography with facts and information about Bathsheba:
She was the daughter of Eliam (2 Samuel 11:3) or Ammiel (1
Chronicles 3:5), and wife of Uriah the Hittite. David committed
adultery with her (2 Samuel 11:4,5; Psalms 51:1). The child born in
adultery died (2 Samuel 12:15-19). After her husband was slain
(11:15) she was married to David (11:27), and became the mother of
(Solomon 12:24; 1 Kings 1:11; 2:13). She took a prominent part in
securing the succession of Solomon to the throne (1 Kings
We have selected Bathsheba as one of the most important women from the Bible and provided a biography and character outline
of this famous woman.
Much of the information is taken from
the classic reference books including
Matthew George Easton "Easton's Bible Dictionary" and Ashley S Johnson "Condensed Biblical Cyclopedia".
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