Bible Quiz: How Much You Really Know?

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How much do you understand about the bible? The bible was written in three different languages, including Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. For the most part, the Old Testament was written in Hebrew, which was the original language. A few small parts of the Old Testament were written in Arabic. The New Testament was written in Greek, which was the most spoken language at the time. Good luck with this quiz that will reveal how much you know about the bible.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    The temptation of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden is found in Genesis ____.

    • A.

      Chapter 1

    • B.

      Chapter 2

    • C.

      Chapter 3

    • D.

      Chapter 4

    Correct Answer
    C. Chapter 3
    Explanation
    The temptation of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden is found in Genesis Chapter 3. This chapter describes how the serpent tempts Eve to eat the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, and how she then convinces Adam to do the same. This act of disobedience leads to their expulsion from the Garden of Eden and is often seen as the original sin that brought sin and suffering into the world.

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  • 2. 

    The Egyptian slave who bore the first son of Abraham was ___________.

    • A.

      Hagar

    • B.

      Rachel

    • C.

      Sarah

    • D.

      Tamar

    Correct Answer
    A. Hagar
    Explanation
    Hagar is the correct answer because she was the Egyptian slave who bore the first son of Abraham. In the Bible, Sarah, Abraham's wife, was unable to conceive a child, so she gave Hagar to Abraham to bear a child on her behalf. Hagar then became pregnant and gave birth to Ishmael, who was considered the first son of Abraham. This event is recorded in the book of Genesis in the Old Testament.

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  • 3. 

    The two daughters of Laban whom Jacob married were _________ and ________.

    • A.

      Dinah and Tamar

    • B.

      Ruth and Naomi

    • C.

      Leah and Rachel

    • D.

      Sarah and Rebekah

    Correct Answer
    C. Leah and Rachel
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Leah and Rachel. In the Bible, Jacob worked for Laban for seven years in order to marry Rachel, but Laban deceived him and gave him Leah instead. Jacob then worked another seven years to marry Rachel as well. Leah and Rachel were sisters and both became wives of Jacob.

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  • 4. 

    What was the name of Abraham's nephew with whom he parted ways?

    • A.

      Ephraim

    • B.

      Jephthah

    • C.

      Manasseh

    • D.

      Lot

    Correct Answer
    D. Lot
    Explanation
    Abraham's nephew with whom he parted ways was Lot. This can be found in the book of Genesis in the Bible. Abraham and Lot had been traveling together, but due to their increasing wealth and the land not being able to support both of their flocks, they decided to separate. Abraham gave Lot the choice of which land he wanted, and Lot chose the well-watered plains of the Jordan. This decision eventually led to Lot's capture and rescue by Abraham when he was taken captive during a battle.

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  • 5. 

    Joseph demanded that his brothers bring ________ to him in Egypt.

    • A.

      Ephraim

    • B.

      Benjamin

    • C.

      Judah

    • D.

      Simeon

    Correct Answer
    B. Benjamin
    Explanation
    Joseph demanded that his brothers bring Benjamin to him in Egypt.

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  • 6. 

    After “wrestling with God,” what was Jacob’s name changed to?

    • A.

      Bethel

    • B.

      Edom

    • C.

      Laban

    • D.

      Israel

    Correct Answer
    D. Israel
    Explanation
    After "wrestling with God," Jacob's name was changed to Israel. This change in name symbolizes Jacob's transformation and his new identity as a person who has struggled and prevailed with God. The name "Israel" means "he who struggles with God" or "God strives." It signifies Jacob's spiritual growth and his close relationship with God.

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  • 7. 

    The son of promise for Abraham was ______.

    • A.

      Isaac

    • B.

      Ishmael

    • C.

      Jacob

    • D.

      Joseph

    Correct Answer
    A. Isaac
    Explanation
    The son of promise for Abraham was Isaac. In the Bible, God made a covenant with Abraham, promising him that he would have a son and that through his descendants, all nations would be blessed. Isaac was the child of this promise, born to Abraham and his wife Sarah in their old age. Isaac's birth was seen as a miracle and he became the heir to Abraham's blessings and inheritance.

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  • 8. 

    The sign of the covenant God made with Abraham and his descendants was _____.

    • A.

      The circumcision of every male in his house and their descendants

    • B.

      The birth of Ishmael

    • C.

      That Abraham must leave Ur of the Chaldees

    • D.

      The birth of Isaac

    Correct Answer
    A. The circumcision of every male in his house and their descendants
    Explanation
    The sign of the covenant God made with Abraham and his descendants was the circumcision of every male in his house and their descendants. This act served as a physical reminder of their commitment and obedience to God's covenant. It symbolized their separation from the world and their dedication to God's promises. Circumcision was a significant practice in ancient times and held great cultural and religious significance. By participating in this act, Abraham and his descendants demonstrated their faithfulness to God and their willingness to uphold their part of the covenant.

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  • 9. 

    The Ten Commandments are found in Exodus _____.

    • A.

      Chapter 12

    • B.

      Chapter 19

    • C.

      Chapter 20

    • D.

      Chapter 24

    Correct Answer
    C. Chapter 20
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Chapter 20. In the book of Exodus, Chapter 20 is where the Ten Commandments are given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai. This chapter contains the detailed instructions and laws that the Israelites were to follow in order to live a righteous and just life. The commandments cover various aspects of life, including worshiping only one God, honoring parents, not stealing, not lying, and not coveting. This chapter is significant as it establishes the moral foundation for the Israelite society and continues to be a fundamental part of Judeo-Christian ethics.

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  • 10. 

    Aaron was Moses' _____.

    • A.

      Brother

    • B.

      Nephew

    • C.

      Cousin

    • D.

      Friend

    Correct Answer
    A. Brother
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Brother". This is because Aaron and Moses were siblings, sharing the same parents. They were both born into the same family, making them brothers.

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  • 11. 

    Who told Moses to choose “able men” to help ease the burden of his responsibilities?

    • A.

      Aaron

    • B.

      God

    • C.

      Jethro

    • D.

      Miriam

    Correct Answer
    C. Jethro
    Explanation
    Jethro is the correct answer because in the book of Exodus in the Bible, Jethro, who was Moses' father-in-law, advised him to select capable and trustworthy men to assist him in managing the responsibilities of leading the Israelites. This suggestion was given to Moses when he was overwhelmed with the burden of judging disputes and making decisions for the people on his own. Jethro's advice proved to be wise and helped to alleviate Moses' workload.

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  • 12. 

    The plague of ______ was the last plague that struck Egypt before the exodus.

    • A.

      Darkness

    • B.

      Frogs

    • C.

      Death of the firstborns

    • D.

      Locusts

    Correct Answer
    C. Death of the firstborns
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the death of the firstborns. According to the biblical account, the final plague that struck Egypt before the exodus was the death of the firstborns. This plague involved the death of every firstborn son in Egypt, including the firstborn of both humans and animals. It was a devastating event that finally convinced Pharaoh to let the Israelites go free.

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  • 13. 

    The first of the Ten Commandments is ______.

    • A.

      “Honor your father and your mother.”

    • B.

      “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.”

    • C.

      “You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain.”

    • D.

      “You shall have no other gods before me.”

    Correct Answer
    D. “You shall have no other gods before me.”
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "You shall have no other gods before me." This commandment emphasizes the importance of monotheism and the exclusive worship of God. It instructs individuals to prioritize their devotion to God above all other deities or idols. By placing God as the ultimate authority and focus of worship, this commandment establishes the foundation for the other commandments that follow. It serves as a reminder to acknowledge God's supremacy and to not let anything or anyone else take His place in one's life.

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  • 14. 

    What great sin did the Hebrew people commit while God was giving Moses the 10 commandments?

    • A.

      Idolatry with the Golden Calf

    • B.

      Adultery

    • C.

      Breaking the Sabbath Day

    • D.

      Murdering the innocent among them

    Correct Answer
    A. Idolatry with the Golden Calf
    Explanation
    The Hebrew people committed the great sin of idolatry with the Golden Calf while God was giving Moses the 10 commandments. This means that they worshiped a false god in the form of a golden calf, going against God's commandment to have no other gods before Him. This act of idolatry was a betrayal of their faith and trust in God, and it resulted in severe consequences for the Hebrew people.

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  • 15. 

    This tribe of Israel was responsible for the priesthood.

    • A.

      Benjamin

    • B.

      Levi

    • C.

      Dan

    • D.

      Asher

    Correct Answer
    B. Levi
    Explanation
    The tribe of Levi was responsible for the priesthood in Israel. In the Old Testament, the Levites were set apart by God to serve in the tabernacle and later in the temple. They were responsible for the sacrifices, rituals, and maintenance of the holy place. The Levites were not given a specific land inheritance like the other tribes, but instead, they were scattered throughout the land to serve as priests and teachers of the law. They played a vital role in the spiritual life of Israel and were entrusted with the sacred duties of worship and intercession.

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  • 16. 

    The Old Testament book that contains the so­called “Holiness Code” is __________.

    • A.

      Leviticus

    • B.

      Exodus

    • C.

      Numbers

    • D.

      Deuteronomy

    Correct Answer
    A. Leviticus
    Explanation
    The Old Testament book that contains the so-called "Holiness Code" is Leviticus. This book is known for its detailed instructions on religious rituals, moral conduct, and laws for the Israelites. The Holiness Code specifically focuses on guidelines for holy living and emphasizes the importance of purity and separation from sinful practices. It outlines various laws and regulations regarding worship, sacrifices, dietary restrictions, sexual ethics, and social justice. Leviticus serves as a significant source of religious teachings and ethical principles for the Jewish faith.

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  • 17. 

    The name of the group who took vows to refrain from eating anything from the vine and from using a razor was the _______.

    • A.

      Nazarenes

    • B.

      Nazirites

    • C.

      Rechabites

    • D.

      Merarites

    Correct Answer
    B. Nazirites
    Explanation
    The group that took vows to refrain from eating anything from the vine and from using a razor was called Nazirites.

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  • 18. 

    The Ten Commandments are found in Deuteronomy _________.

    • A.

      Chapter 5

    • B.

      Chapter 7

    • C.

      Chapter 10

    • D.

      Chapter 15

    Correct Answer
    A. Chapter 5
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Chapter 5. The Ten Commandments are found in the book of Deuteronomy in Chapter 5. This chapter specifically details the commandments given by God to Moses on Mount Sinai. It is in this chapter that the commandments are listed and explained, serving as a moral and ethical code for the Israelites and later for Christians as well.

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  • 19. 

    The Israelites were afraid to enter Canaan because _______.

    • A.

      It was a farmland

    • B.

      It was not as valuable as they expected

    • C.

      Moses was dead

    • D.

      Its inhabitants were too strong

    Correct Answer
    D. Its inhabitants were too strong
    Explanation
    The Israelites were afraid to enter Canaan because its inhabitants were too strong. This implies that the Canaanites were powerful and formidable, posing a significant threat to the Israelites. This fear likely stemmed from previous encounters or reports of the Canaanites' military strength and their fortified cities. The Israelites may have doubted their own ability to conquer and occupy the land in the face of such strong opposition.

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  • 20. 

    This book contains the following quotation: “In those days there was no king in Israel; all the people did what was right in their own eyes?

    • A.

      Johua

    • B.

      Judges

    • C.

      Ruth

    • D.

      1 Samuel

    Correct Answer
    B. Judges
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Judges. This book contains the quotation that states, "In those days there was no king in Israel; all the people did what was right in their own eyes." This quote highlights the period of time when the Israelites did not have a centralized leadership and everyone acted according to their own judgments. The book of Judges narrates the stories of various leaders and judges who rose to deliver the Israelites during this time of moral and political chaos.

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  • 21. 

    This “judge” reduced his army from 30,000 to 300 before going to battle against the Midianites.

    • A.

      Ehud

    • B.

      Gideon

    • C.

      Jephthah

    • D.

      Samson

    Correct Answer
    B. Gideon
    Explanation
    Gideon is the correct answer because he reduced his army from 30,000 to 300 before going to battle against the Midianites. This strategic move demonstrated Gideon's faith in God's power and his belief that a smaller, more dedicated army would be victorious. By reducing the number of soldiers, Gideon showed his reliance on divine intervention rather than relying solely on the strength of his troops. This decision ultimately led to a miraculous victory for the Israelites.

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  • 22. 

    Who sacrificed his daughter in order to keep his vow to God?

    • A.

      Jephthah

    • B.

      Gideon

    • C.

      Othniel

    • D.

      Samson

    Correct Answer
    A. Jephthah
    Explanation
    Jephthah is the correct answer because according to the biblical account in the Book of Judges, Jephthah made a vow to God that if he was victorious in battle, he would sacrifice the first thing that came out of his house to greet him upon his return. Tragically, his daughter was the first to come out, and Jephthah fulfilled his vow by sacrificing her. This act of sacrifice was a result of his commitment to keeping his vow to God, regardless of the personal cost.

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  • 23. 

    The phrase, “You shall be holy, for I am holy,” is found several times in the book of ___________.

    • A.

      Isaiah

    • B.

      Deuteronomy

    • C.

      Proverbs

    • D.

      Leviticus

    Correct Answer
    D. Leviticus
    Explanation
    The phrase, "You shall be holy, for I am holy," is found several times in the book of Leviticus. Leviticus is a book in the Old Testament of the Bible, and it contains laws and instructions given by God to the Israelites. This phrase emphasizes the importance of holiness and the Israelites' need to strive for purity and righteousness in their lives, reflecting the holiness of God.

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  • 24. 

    _____ became Ruth’s husband.

    • A.

      Elimelech

    • B.

      Mahlon

    • C.

      Boaz

    • D.

      Chilion

    Correct Answer
    C. Boaz
    Explanation
    Boaz became Ruth's husband.

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  • 25. 

    The prophet _____ anointed both Saul and David as kings of Israel.

    • A.

      Abimelech

    • B.

      Elisha

    • C.

      Nathan

    • D.

      Samuel

    Correct Answer
    D. Samuel
    Explanation
    Samuel is the correct answer because according to biblical accounts, he was a prophet and judge in Israel who anointed both Saul and David as kings. Samuel played a significant role in the transition of leadership from the period of judges to the establishment of the Israelite monarchy. He anointed Saul as the first king of Israel, but later, due to Saul's disobedience, he anointed David as the future king. Samuel's actions as a prophet and his anointing of these two kings were crucial in shaping the history of Israel.

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  • 26. 

    The city of David selected as his capital for Israel (all the tribes) was ______.

    • A.

      Jerusalem

    • B.

      Bethel

    • C.

      Hebron

    • D.

      Mahanaim

    Correct Answer
    A. Jerusalem
    Explanation
    David selected Jerusalem as his capital for Israel because of its strategic location and religious significance. Jerusalem was centrally located, making it easily accessible to all the tribes of Israel. Additionally, Jerusalem was already a sacred city, housing the Ark of the Covenant and the Tabernacle. By choosing Jerusalem as his capital, David was able to unite the tribes and establish a strong and centralized government.

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  • 27. 

    When David sinned with Bathsheba, the prophet who confronted him was _____.

    • A.

      Elijah

    • B.

      Isaiah

    • C.

      Nathan

    • D.

      Samuel

    Correct Answer
    C. Nathan
    Explanation
    Nathan was the prophet who confronted David after his sin with Bathsheba. In 2 Samuel 12, Nathan confronts David with a parable about a rich man who took a poor man's only lamb, which symbolized David's sin of taking Bathsheba from Uriah. Nathan's confrontation led David to repentance and acknowledgement of his wrongdoing.

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  • 28. 

    Solomon had ________ wives and ________ concubines.

    • A.

      300 and 700

    • B.

      400 and 800

    • C.

      700 and 300

    • D.

      800 and 400

    Correct Answer
    C. 700 and 300
    Explanation
    Solomon had 700 wives and 300 concubines. This is a reference to King Solomon in the Bible, who was known for his many wives and concubines. The numbers 700 and 300 accurately reflect the historical accounts of his relationships.

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  • 29. 

    Which prophet demonstrated the LORD’s divinity over Baal on Mt. Carmel?

    • A.

      Elijah

    • B.

      Elisha

    • C.

      Isaiah

    • D.

      Micaiah

    Correct Answer
    A. Elijah
    Explanation
    Elijah is the correct answer because he demonstrated the LORD's divinity over Baal on Mount Carmel. In the story, Elijah challenged the prophets of Baal to a contest to see whose God would answer by fire. Despite the prophets' efforts, Baal did not answer, but when Elijah called upon the LORD, fire came down from heaven and consumed his offering. This event showcased the power and divinity of the LORD over the false god Baal.

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  • 30. 

    The king who built the first temple in Jerusalem was _____.

    • A.

      David

    • B.

      Josiah

    • C.

      Saul

    • D.

      Solomon

    Correct Answer
    D. Solomon
    Explanation
    Solomon is the correct answer because he is historically recognized as the king who built the first temple in Jerusalem, known as Solomon's Temple or the First Temple. Solomon succeeded his father, King David, and during his reign, he constructed the temple as a permanent place of worship for the Israelites. This temple was considered a significant religious and cultural landmark in Jerusalem until its destruction by the Babylonians in 586 BCE.

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  • 31. 

    The queen who came to marvel over Solomon’s wisdom and splendor was from _______.

    • A.

      Sheba

    • B.

      Crete

    • C.

      Ethiopia

    • D.

      Minoa

    Correct Answer
    A. Sheba
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Sheba. In the biblical account, the Queen of Sheba traveled to Jerusalem to test Solomon's wisdom and witness his splendor. Sheba was an ancient kingdom located in what is now modern-day Yemen and Ethiopia. The visit of the Queen of Sheba is mentioned in the Old Testament and is also referenced in other historical and religious texts.

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  • 32. 

    What did Elijah do for a widow of Zarephath?

    • A.

      He baked her barley cakes

    • B.

      He revived her son

    • C.

      He helped her return to Israel

    • D.

      He made it rain

    Correct Answer
    B. He revived her son
    Explanation
    Elijah revived the son of the widow of Zarephath. This means that he brought the son back to life after he had died. The act of reviving someone from death is a miraculous and extraordinary event, demonstrating Elijah's power and connection with God. It also shows his compassion and willingness to help those in need, as he was able to bring comfort and joy to the widow by restoring her son's life.

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  • 33. 

    Who was Moses' successor as leader of the Israelites?

    • A.

      Miriam

    • B.

      Aaron

    • C.

      Caleb

    • D.

      Joshua

    Correct Answer
    D. Joshua
    Explanation
    Joshua was Moses' successor as the leader of the Israelites. After Moses died, Joshua was chosen by God to lead the Israelites into the Promised Land. He played a crucial role in the conquest of Canaan and the establishment of the Israelite nation. Joshua is often remembered for his strong faith, courage, and obedience to God's commands. He led the Israelites for many years, guiding them through various battles and challenges, and ensuring their settlement in the land that was promised to them.

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  • 34. 

    The king who led a national revival after the discovery of a scroll of the law in the Jerusalem temple was _______.

    • A.

      Josiah

    • B.

      Ahab

    • C.

      Jeroboam

    • D.

      Zedekiah

    Correct Answer
    A. Josiah
    Explanation
    Josiah is the correct answer because he is known for leading a national revival after the discovery of a scroll of the law in the Jerusalem temple. Josiah was a king of Judah who ruled in the late 7th century BCE. During his reign, the high priest Hilkiah found a lost scroll of the law in the temple, which was believed to be the Book of Deuteronomy. Josiah implemented religious reforms, destroyed idols and altars, and reinstated the worship of Yahweh. He is remembered as one of the most righteous kings in the history of Judah.

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  • 35. 

    The ______ empire succeeded in destroying Jerusalem and Judah, taking the inhabitants into captivity.

    • A.

      Egyptian

    • B.

      Babylonian

    • C.

      Grecian

    • D.

      Syrian

    Correct Answer
    B. Babylonian
    Explanation
    The Babylonian empire succeeded in destroying Jerusalem and Judah, taking the inhabitants into captivity. This is historically accurate as the Babylonians, under the rule of King Nebuchadnezzar II, conquered Jerusalem in 586 BCE. They destroyed the city, including the Temple, and forced many of the inhabitants into exile in Babylon. This event is known as the Babylonian captivity or the Babylonian exile.

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  • 36. 

    Nehemiah came to Jerusalem to _____________.

    • A.

      Revise the Law

    • B.

      Accept the Samaritans

    • C.

      Rebuild the walls

    • D.

      Reconsider mixed marriages

    Correct Answer
    C. Rebuild the walls
    Explanation
    Nehemiah came to Jerusalem to rebuild the walls. This is evident from historical records and biblical accounts. Nehemiah was a cupbearer to the king of Persia, but he requested permission to go to Jerusalem to rebuild the city walls that had been destroyed. He led the people in this task, facing opposition and challenges along the way. The rebuilding of the walls was crucial for the security and protection of the city, as well as to restore its dignity and identity as the capital of Israel.

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  • 37. 

    The Jew who became queen of Persia and used her position to save the lives of her people was _____.

    • A.

      Esther

    • B.

      Ruth

    • C.

      Orpah

    • D.

      Tamar

    Correct Answer
    A. Esther
    Explanation
    Esther is the correct answer because she was a Jewish woman who became queen of Persia and used her influential position to save the lives of her people. In the biblical story of Esther, she risked her own life by approaching the king without being summoned, in order to expose a plot to annihilate the Jews. Her bravery and intervention ultimately led to the salvation of her people.

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  • 38. 

    At the end of the book of Job, God speaks out of ______.

    • A.

      A waterfall

    • B.

      A burning bush

    • C.

      A whirlwind

    • D.

      An earthquake

    Correct Answer
    C. A whirlwind
    Explanation
    In the book of Job, God speaks out of a whirlwind. This is significant because throughout the story, Job has been questioning God's justice and demanding an explanation for his suffering. God's response from a whirlwind symbolizes his immense power and authority, reminding Job of his limited understanding as a human being. It serves to humble Job and demonstrate that God's ways are beyond human comprehension.

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  • 39. 

    Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar appear in the book of ________.

    • A.

      Ecclesiastes

    • B.

      Job

    • C.

      Psalms

    • D.

      Proverbs

    Correct Answer
    B. Job
    Explanation
    Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar appear in the book of Job. This book is a part of the Old Testament in the Bible and it tells the story of Job, a righteous man who goes through immense suffering and loss. Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar are Job's friends who come to comfort him, but they end up engaging in a series of debates and discussions about the nature of suffering and God's justice. Their dialogues with Job form a significant portion of the book and provide different perspectives on the themes of suffering, faith, and divine providence.

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  • 40. 

    The book of _____ has a lot of command to praise God with music and dance.

    • A.

      Ruth

    • B.

      Psalms

    • C.

      Proverbs

    • D.

      Song of Songs

    Correct Answer
    B. Psalms
    Explanation
    The book of Psalms is known for containing numerous commands and instructions on praising God through music and dance. It is a collection of 150 poetic songs and prayers that were traditionally sung and recited during religious ceremonies and worship. The psalms cover a wide range of human experiences and emotions, including expressions of praise, thanksgiving, lament, and joy. Many of these psalms specifically mention using musical instruments and dancing as a means of worship and celebration, making it the most fitting choice for a book that emphasizes praising God through music and dance.

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  • 41. 

    The phrase “You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies” is found in _____.

    • A.

      Psalm 21

    • B.

      Psalm 22

    • C.

      Psalm 23

    • D.

      Psalm 24

    Correct Answer
    C. Psalm 23
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Psalm 23. This phrase is found in Psalm 23, which is a well-known and beloved psalm in the Bible. It speaks of the Lord as a shepherd who provides and protects his people, even in the presence of their enemies. This verse emphasizes the abundant provision and care that God offers, even in difficult circumstances.

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  • 42. 

    According to Proverbs, wisdom begins _______.

    • A.

      With one's own insight

    • B.

      In the tradition of the fathers

    • C.

      In the essential nature of humanity

    • D.

      With the fear of the LORD

    Correct Answer
    D. With the fear of the LORD
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "With the fear of the LORD." This answer aligns with the teachings of Proverbs, which emphasizes the importance of fearing and respecting God as the foundation of wisdom. The fear of the LORD is seen as the starting point for gaining true wisdom and understanding. It implies recognizing and acknowledging God's authority, righteousness, and power, which leads to a humble and teachable attitude necessary for acquiring wisdom.

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  • 43. 

    What chapter of Proverbs describes a virtuous wife?

    • A.

      16

    • B.

      17

    • C.

      31

    • D.

      32

    Correct Answer
    C. 31
    Explanation
    Chapter 31 of Proverbs describes a virtuous wife. This chapter is often referred to as the "virtuous woman" or "noble wife" chapter. It provides a detailed description of the qualities and characteristics of an ideal wife. The chapter emphasizes the importance of her hard work, wisdom, kindness, and fear of the Lord. It also highlights the value and honor that she brings to her husband and family. Overall, Proverbs 31 serves as a guide for women to aspire to be virtuous and for men to value and appreciate such a wife.

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  • 44. 

    The prophet _____ experienced the glorious vision of God in the Temple.

    • A.

      Isaiah

    • B.

      Amos

    • C.

      Habakkuk

    • D.

      Haggai

    Correct Answer
    A. Isaiah
    Explanation
    Isaiah is the correct answer because he is known for his prophetic visions and encounters with God. One of his most famous visions is described in Isaiah 6, where he sees the Lord seated on a throne in the Temple, surrounded by seraphim. This vision is often referred to as the "call of Isaiah" and marked a significant moment in his prophetic ministry.

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  • 45. 

    The prophet who prophesied that God’s law will be written on the hearts of the house of Israel was ____.

    • A.

      Ezekiel

    • B.

      Hosea

    • C.

      Micah

    • D.

      Jeremiah

    Correct Answer
    D. Jeremiah
    Explanation
    Jeremiah prophesied that God's law will be written on the hearts of the house of Israel. In Jeremiah 31:33, God says, "I will put my law within them, and I will write it on their hearts." This prophecy emphasizes the spiritual transformation that God will bring about in His people, where they will internalize and live according to His commandments. Ezekiel, Hosea, and Micah were also prophets, but there is no specific prophecy attributed to them regarding the writing of God's law on the hearts of Israel.

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  • 46. 

    This verse is found in what book in the Old Testament: “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you?”

    • A.

      Ezekiel

    • B.

      Hosea

    • C.

      Micah

    • D.

      Jeremiah

    Correct Answer
    D. Jeremiah
    Explanation
    This verse is found in the book of Jeremiah in the Old Testament. The verse speaks about God's knowledge of an individual even before they were formed in the womb and how He had consecrated them before their birth.

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  • 47. 

    _____ was taken into Babylonian exile and became an adviser to the kings of Babylon.

    • A.

      Ezekiel

    • B.

      Daniel

    • C.

      Isaiah

    • D.

      Jeremiah

    Correct Answer
    B. Daniel
    Explanation
    Daniel was taken into Babylonian exile and became an adviser to the kings of Babylon. This is because the book of Daniel in the Bible recounts the story of Daniel being taken captive by King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon and being chosen to serve in the king's court. Daniel's wisdom and ability to interpret dreams earned him a high position as an adviser to the kings of Babylon, including Nebuchadnezzar and his successors.

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  • 48. 

    Which prophet’s marriage situation became a living parable to the LORD’s love for Israel?

    • A.

      Hosea

    • B.

      Amos

    • C.

      Jeremiah

    • D.

      Zephaniah

    Correct Answer
    A. Hosea
    Explanation
    Hosea's marriage situation became a living parable to the LORD's love for Israel because Hosea was commanded by God to marry a promiscuous woman named Gomer, who repeatedly betrayed him. This marriage symbolized Israel's unfaithfulness to God, as they constantly turned to other gods and engaged in idolatry. Despite Gomer's infidelity, Hosea continued to love her and take her back, just as God continued to love and forgive Israel despite their unfaithfulness. This story served as a powerful illustration of God's unconditional love and his desire for reconciliation with his people.

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  • 49. 

    Isaiah _____ make frequent reference to the Servant of the LORD.

    • A.

      Chapters 1-12

    • B.

      Chapters 13-23

    • C.

      Chapters 40-55

    • D.

      Chapters 56-66

    Correct Answer
    C. Chapters 40-55
    Explanation
    In the book of Isaiah, chapters 40-55 specifically focus on the Servant of the LORD. This section of the book contains several passages that prophesy about the coming of a servant who will bring salvation and redemption to the people. These chapters emphasize the role and significance of the Servant in God's plan for restoration and deliverance.

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  • 50. 

    Which prophetic book promises a future in which “your sons and daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, and your young men shall see visions?”

    • A.

      Haggai

    • B.

      Zecharia

    • C.

      Malachi

    • D.

      Joel

    Correct Answer
    D. Joel
    Explanation
    Joel is the correct answer because the book of Joel in the Bible contains a prophecy about a future time when people of all ages will be filled with the Holy Spirit and receive visions and dreams from God. This prophecy is often quoted and referenced in Christian teachings and is seen as a promise of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the last days.

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