Trivia: How Much Do You Know About The Kingdom Of God?

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This quiz covers the 14th Basic in a series of twenty free self-study Bible Basics' studies. Review the comments and the scriptures found in Basic Fourteen "The Kingdom of God." Remember, you can use any of the course materials to take this quiz. So, try out the quiz. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    For the Christian, understanding the kingdom of God is very important because

    • A.

      We were born to be kings.

    • B.

      Adam and Eve lost the presence of God through sin.

    • C.

      The devil has a kingdom of his own.

    • D.

      It helps us to learn of the prophecies of the Old Testament.

    • E.

      It is different from the kingdom of heaven.

    Correct Answer
    D. It helps us to learn of the prophecies of the Old Testament.
    Explanation
    Understanding the kingdom of God is important for Christians because it helps them to learn about the prophecies of the Old Testament. The Old Testament contains numerous prophecies about the coming of the kingdom of God and the Messiah. By understanding the kingdom of God, Christians can gain a deeper understanding of these prophecies and how they relate to their faith. This knowledge can strengthen their belief in the fulfillment of these prophecies through Jesus Christ and deepen their understanding of God's plan for salvation.

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  • 2. 

    Dr Harry Ironside called the gospel the gospel of the kingdom, Why did he say he called the gospel the "gospel of the kingdom?

    • A.

      All we know of this kingdom is found in the gospel.

    • B.

      Only through believing the Gospel are men born into the kingdom of God.

    • C.

      Every where Paul went he preached the Gospel of the Kingdom of God.

    • D.

      The new birth is a work of God, and it is wrought through the Gospel.

    • E.

      All the reasons given in A. B. C and D are correct.

    Correct Answer
    E. All the reasons given in A. B. C and D are correct.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that all the reasons given in options A, B, C, and D are correct. This means that Dr. Harry Ironside called the gospel the "gospel of the kingdom" because all we know of this kingdom is found in the gospel, only through believing the gospel are men born into the kingdom of God, everywhere Paul went he preached the gospel of the kingdom of God, and the new birth is a work of God that is wrought through the gospel.

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  • 3. 

    In the review of writers by Drh in this lesson, it was said that Dr. Ironside

    • A.

      Believed there is more than one kingdom of God.

    • B.

      Traced the Israelite interest in the kingdom of God and God as King.

    • C.

      Was called the ultimate Bible teacher in his field

    • D.

      Warned Christians that subjects of God's Kingdom are not limited to a particular location.

    • E.

      Concluded there are significant differences between the words “kingdom of God” and “kingdom of heaven.”

    Correct Answer
    C. Was called the ultimate Bible teacher in his field
    Explanation
    The given answer states that Dr. Ironside was called the ultimate Bible teacher in his field. This suggests that he was highly regarded and respected for his knowledge and expertise in teaching the Bible.

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  • 4. 

    The only way into the kingdom of God is

    • A.

      Through an honest and dedicated life.

    • B.

      To be found in the writings of great philosophers.

    • C.

      Said in the Bible to be impossible.

    • D.

      To set up a worldly kingdom filled with earthly splendor.

    • E.

      Through the second birth, by way of believing the Gospel.

    Correct Answer
    E. Through the second birth, by way of believing the Gospel.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "through the second birth, by way of believing the Gospel." This answer is supported by the phrase "The only way into the kingdom of God" which implies that there is a specific path or method required. The concept of the "second birth" refers to being born again spiritually, which is often associated with Christian teachings. Believing the Gospel is also mentioned as a necessary component, indicating that faith in the teachings and message of Jesus is crucial for entry into the kingdom of God.

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  • 5. 

    In the writings reviewed in Basic Fourteen we saw the kingdom of God identified as

    • A.

      The kingdom of heaven.

    • B.

      A spiritual world, not an earthly kingdom.

    • C.

      Within the hearts of those who believe in Jesus.

    • D.

      Of such great importance we must seek it first in point of time and in point of priority, and with perseverance

    • E.

      All the answers, A. B. C. and D. are correct.

    Correct Answer
    E. All the answers, A. B. C. and D. are correct.
  • 6. 

    Drh reported in this lesson that Ward Fenley pointed out that the kingdom of God is also the kingdom of

    • A.

      The Father.

    • B.

      Of heaven.

    • C.

      Of the Son.

    • D.

      Of Christ.

    • E.

      All of the answers, A. B. C. and D. are correct.

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the answers, A. B. C. and D. are correct.
  • 7. 

    F.F. Bruce explained his view of the teaching of Jesus about the kingdom of God as being a twofold strand. Bruce said a twofold strand means

    • A.

      There are two kingdoms of God on earth today.

    • B.

      A present reality and a future glorified reality of the same kingdom of God intertwine between the two comings of Jesus.

    • C.

      There are two kingdoms of God which will be seen after the second coming of Jesus.

    • D.

      It is impossible for people who live today to be part of the new age of the kingdom of God.

    • E.

      If there are two strands of the same rope, this means there are three realities or kingdoms in the intertwined strand.

    Correct Answer
    B. A present reality and a future glorified reality of the same kingdom of God intertwine between the two comings of Jesus.
    Explanation
    F.F. Bruce explained that the teaching of Jesus about the kingdom of God consists of a present reality and a future glorified reality. These two realities coexist and are intertwined between the two comings of Jesus. This means that the kingdom of God is not only a future event, but it is also something that can be experienced in the present. Bruce's view suggests that the kingdom of God is both a present and future reality, with the future reality being a glorified version of the present reality.

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  • 8. 

    John Piper drew a conclusion from 1 Corinthians 6:9. Which of these four conclusions did Drh say Piper made? (1 Corinthians 6:9--"Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind,"

    • A.

      Paul is noting that the Israelites rejected Jesus and therefore as a nation they will not inherit the kingdom.

    • B.

      Paul speaks of unbelievers not inheriting the kingdom of God and so treats the kingdom as yet future

    • C.

      Paul is speaking of the present reality that there is more than one kingdom of God.

    • D.

      Jesus used "church" and "kingdom" interchangeably.

    • E.

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

    Correct Answer
    B. Paul speaks of unbelievers not inheriting the kingdom of God and so treats the kingdom as yet future
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that Paul speaks of unbelievers not inheriting the kingdom of God and so treats the kingdom as yet future. This conclusion is drawn from the verse in 1 Corinthians 6:9 where Paul mentions that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God. This implies that the kingdom of God is something that will be inherited in the future and that unbelievers will be excluded from it. This interpretation aligns with the understanding that the kingdom of God is a future reality that believers will enter into.

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  • 9. 

    Who placed the Body of the Messiah in the Tomb?

    • A.

      Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea

    • B.

      Peter and John

    • C.

      Nicodemus and Peter

    • D.

      Nicodemus and Mary

    Correct Answer
    A. Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea
    Explanation
    Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea placed the Body of the Messiah in the Tomb. This is based on the biblical accounts found in the New Testament, specifically in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. According to these accounts, Joseph of Arimathea, a wealthy and influential member of the Jewish council, asked Pilate for permission to take Jesus' body and placed it in his own new tomb. Nicodemus, another member of the Jewish council, joined him and brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes to prepare the body for burial. Their actions are significant as they demonstrated their belief in Jesus and their willingness to honor him in his death.

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  • 10. 

    Although Nicodemus first came to Jesus in secret, whereby he began to be converted, did he thereafter defend Jesus at a meeting of the Pharisees?

    • A.

      Yes 

    • B.

      No 

    • C.

      The Bible doesn't say 

    • D.

      A Jewish tradition says that he did defend Jesus

    Correct Answer
    A. Yes 
    Explanation
    The Bible does not specifically mention whether Nicodemus defended Jesus at a meeting of the Pharisees. However, according to a Jewish tradition, Nicodemus did defend Jesus.

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