The LDS Bible Dictionary has its roots in a “freebie” from the publisher. Many of the entries are almost as old as the LDS Church. While the “new” scriptures updated the dictionary so that the doctrine is closer to ours, it is still filled with survivors.
For example, Baal rides the heavens, has two hammers (thunder and lightening), is vanquished by drought, has the god of irrigation as the pretender to his throne and brings the rain. He is a classic indo-european storm-god. And the Bible Dictionary says …
That he is a sun-god. That entry comes form when Egyptologists dominated the field of religious studies — in the 1800s. It could use some updating (the same people insisted that Zeus, Jupiter, Woden and the Germanic Thor were sun gods too, by the way). After all Elijah’s sealing the heavens against rain is a meaningless claim vs. a sun god. A high place and calling fire (lightning) from heaven is not a challenge that a sun god would answer. It cuts to the core of Ball vs. Jehovah.
Ask yourself, what other entries in the dictionary need to be updated for the dictionary to really connect? A better entry on Huldah? Zipporah? Expanding to cover the full set of scriptures so we have an entry for Emma Smith and one for Oliver Cowdrey? What do you think we need to add or correct?