Test Your Knowledge On Heaven And Hell Bible Verses!

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This quiz covers the 8th Basic in a series of twenty free self-study Bible Basics' studies. Review the comments and the scriptures found in Basic 8 "Heaven and Hell." Remember, you can use any of the course materials to take this quiz. So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which of these names is NOT listed in the Bible as a name for heaven?

    • A.

      Our Father's house

    • B.

      Everlasting life

    • C.

      A rest

    • D.

      The wide way

    • E.

      New Jerusalem

    Correct Answer
    D. The wide way
    Explanation
    Heaven is opposite of hell because

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  • 2. 

    Heaven is opposite of hell because

    • A.

      heaven is called light, hell is called darkness.

    • B.

      The saved are in heaven, the damned in hell.

    • C.

      Saints are singing in heaven, they are weeping in hell.

    • D.

      Three statements (A, B, and C) are true.

    • E.

      None of these answers A, B, C, or D is correct.

    Correct Answer
    D. Three statements (A, B, and C) are true.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that three statements (A, B, and C) are true. This is because the question asks for an explanation for why heaven is the opposite of hell, and the given statements provide reasons for this opposition. The statements highlight the contrasting characteristics of heaven and hell, such as light vs darkness, the saved vs the damned, and singing vs weeping. Since all three statements are true, it supports the idea that heaven and hell are indeed opposites.

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  • 3. 

    Spurgeon stated the people from the east and west who are seated at the feast in the kingdom of heaven are

    • A.

      People from many different religions.

    • B.

      Persons from different hemispheres

    • C.

      Different kinds of saved people including the forsaken.

    • D.

      Old Testament Hebrew saints.

    • E.

      None of the answers, 1, 2, or 3 is correct.

    Correct Answer
    C. Different kinds of saved people including the forsaken.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "different kinds of saved people including the forsaken." This is supported by the statement made by Spurgeon that the people from the east and west who are seated at the feast in the kingdom of heaven are not limited to any specific religion or geographical location. Instead, they encompass a diverse group of saved individuals, including those who may have felt forsaken or left out.

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  • 4. 

    Greg Johnson listed all but one of these characteristics of hell. Which one is not on his list?

    • A.

      Unpleasant but bearable

    • B.

      Everlasting

    • C.

      Punishment

    • D.

      Painful

    • E.

      Forever separated from God

    Correct Answer
    A. Unpleasant but bearable
    Explanation
    Greg Johnson listed all of the characteristics of hell except for "unpleasant but bearable." This means that according to Greg Johnson, hell is not just unpleasant but also unbearable. It implies that the suffering and punishment in hell are intense and unendurable, which aligns with the other characteristics listed such as everlasting punishment, painful, and forever separated from God.

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  • 5. 

    William T. Shed argued from the Bible that only Jesus Christ has the right to

    • A.

      Ignore the sins of man because He is love..

    • B.

      Give and withhold eternal life on the Day of Judgment..

    • C.

      Cancel the judgment due to unrepented humans.

    • D.

      Overrule the Father's will to keep dead sinners out of hell.

    • E.

      Write a set of new commandments for the Hebrews.

    Correct Answer
    B. Give and withhold eternal life on the Day of Judgment..
    Explanation
    William T. Shed argued from the Bible that only Jesus Christ has the right to give and withhold eternal life on the Day of Judgment. This implies that Jesus has the authority to determine who will receive eternal life and who will not. Shed's argument is based on the belief that Jesus, being love, is the ultimate judge and has the power to make this decision.

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  • 6. 

    To say heaven is spiritual means heaven is

    • A.

      Imagined and unreal

    • B.

      Squeezed in between the earth and the heaven we see.

    • C.

      Entered if one has good social values that cannot be seen.

    • D.

      Entered by way of a redeemed and justified spirit

    • E.

      For spirits such as angels only.

    Correct Answer
    D. Entered by way of a redeemed and justified spirit
    Explanation
    Heaven being "entered by way of a redeemed and justified spirit" suggests that it is a spiritual realm that can only be accessed by individuals who have been morally transformed and deemed righteous. This implies that heaven is not a physical place or a result of good social values, but rather a state of being attained through spiritual redemption and justification. It also implies that heaven is not limited to spirits like angels, but can be accessed by human beings as well.

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  • 7. 

    Who are the people in addition to the Jews Spurgeon identifies when he says “The children of the kingdom shall be cast out”?

    • A.

      Unsaved sinners

    • B.

      Palestinians

    • C.

      Hypocrites

    • D.

      Atheists

    • E.

      Children before the age of reason.

    Correct Answer
    C. Hypocrites
    Explanation
    Spurgeon identifies hypocrites as the people in addition to the Jews who will be cast out. This means that besides the Jews, those who claim to be part of the kingdom but do not truly believe or follow its principles will also be rejected. The term "hypocrites" refers to individuals who pretend to have certain beliefs or virtues but their actions do not align with their professed beliefs. Spurgeon suggests that these individuals will not be accepted into the kingdom and will be cast out.

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  • 8. 

    Which one of the authors upon which Drh spoke in Basic Eight said "the highest most precious reality of heaven is the blessed fellowship of the redeemed with God in glory.

    • A.

      Charles Spurgeon

    • B.

      William G. T. Shed

    • C.

      William Plummer

    • D.

      John the Baptist

    • E.

      Greg Johnson

    Correct Answer
    C. William Plummer
  • 9. 

    Belief in the Biblical existence of heaven and hell is important to the Christian because if there were no heaven nor hell

    • A.

      We could control our own behavior for the sake of social order.

    • B.

      Life itself would be a sufficient reward for good living.

    • C.

      Law and order would be more possible.

    • D.

      Our belief in sin, repentance and reward would be in vain.

    • E.

      It would prove there is a God.

    Correct Answer
    D. Our belief in sin, repentance and reward would be in vain.
    Explanation
    If there were no heaven nor hell, the Christian belief in sin, repentance, and reward would be in vain. The concept of sin and the need for repentance are central to Christian theology, as they are believed to lead to salvation and eternal life in heaven. Without the existence of heaven and hell, there would be no ultimate consequence for one's actions, making the belief in sin and repentance meaningless. The idea of a reward for living a good life would also lose its significance if there were no heaven to strive for.

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  • 10. 

    "Heaven" is described as having streets that are paved with gold; gates decorated with many pearls; and a heavenly choir of ever-singing angels, according to the book of Revelation.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because the book of Revelation does not describe heaven as having streets paved with gold, gates decorated with pearls, or a heavenly choir of ever-singing angels. While the book does mention these elements, it is in reference to the New Jerusalem, a city that descends from heaven to the new earth, not heaven itself. The description of heaven in the book of Revelation is more focused on the presence of God, the absence of pain and suffering, and the eternal life of believers.

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