Jezebel was an Old Testament woman who incited King Ahab and Israel to compromise by worshipping the false God 'Baal'. (1Kings 16:31, 2Kings 9:22,30-37). She was a nasty piece of work (1Kings 19:1-2) and hated God's people. In the New Testament city of Thyatira it seems as though a 'Jezebel figure' was an established influence / teacher in the church who was arguing that some degree of participation in idolatrous aspects of local culture was permissible.
So here is my question: in our desire to be in engaged in and exposed to our culture (and not be in a christian enclave) where can we slip into pagan idolatry? For example, what aspects of our culture try to define us or promise us self worth?