Bible Trivia Quiz On Adam And Eve

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Bible Trivia Quiz On Adam And Eve - Quiz

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    To whom did God give the command not to eat of thr fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil?

    • A.

      Adam only

    • B.

      Eve only

    • C.

      Both Adam and Eve

    • D.

      Neither of them

    Correct Answer
    A. Adam only
    Explanation
    In the biblical story of Adam and Eve, God gave the command not to eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil to Adam only. This is evident in Genesis 2:16-17, where God directly instructs Adam not to eat from the tree, stating that if he does, he will surely die. Eve was not yet created at this point, so she did not receive this command directly from God. However, Adam later relayed the command to Eve, but it was originally given to Adam alone.

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  • 2. 

    Who was present when the serpent tempted Eve to eat the forbidden fruit?

    • A.

      Eve only

    • B.

      Adam and Eve

    • C.

      God, Adam, and Eve

    Correct Answer
    B. Adam and Eve
    Explanation
    Adam and Eve were both present when the serpent tempted Eve to eat the forbidden fruit. In the biblical account, Eve was initially approached by the serpent, who deceived her into eating the fruit. Adam was also present during this interaction and chose to eat the fruit as well, despite knowing it was forbidden. Therefore, both Adam and Eve were present when the serpent tempted Eve.

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  • 3. 

    The serpent that tempted Eve was....

    • A.

      A real serpent, acting on its own

    • B.

      The archangel Lucifer

    • C.

      Satan diguised as a serpent

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. The archangel Lucifer
    Explanation
    The figure of the archangel Lucifer, often represented by the serpent, is depicted as the tempter of Eve, leading to her spiritual downfall. Subsequently, Eve, influenced by Lucifer's cunning persuasion, enticed Adam to partake of the forbidden fruit prematurely.

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  • 4. 

    From which tree are Adam and Eve prohibited from eating?

    • A.

      Tree of Life Everlasting

    • B.

      Tree of knowledge

    • C.

      Tree of Evil Borne by Satan

    Correct Answer
    B. Tree of knowledge
    Explanation
    Adam and Eve are prohibited from eating from the Tree of Knowledge. This is because God commanded them not to eat the fruit from this tree, as it would give them the knowledge of good and evil. Disobeying this command, they ate the fruit, leading to their expulsion from the Garden of Eden and the introduction of sin into the world.

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  • 5. 

    After both Adam and Eve have eaten the fruit, what is the first thing they do?

    • A.

      Put on clothes

    • B.

      Worship the tree

    • C.

      Eat more fruit

    • D.

      Cower under the wrath

    Correct Answer
    B. Worship the tree
    Explanation
    After both Adam and Eve have eaten the fruit, they worship the tree. This suggests that they are acknowledging the power and significance of the tree, possibly as a form of repentance or reverence for their actions. It also implies that they recognize the consequences of their disobedience and are seeking forgiveness or guidance from a higher power. This act of worship may symbolize their desire to reconnect with a spiritual presence or seek redemption for their transgression.

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  • 6. 

    Eve is most surprised by the serpent's ability to

    • A.

      Glide effortlessly over the tree's branches

    • B.

      Select the ripest fruit

    • C.

      Talk

    • D.

      Stay perfectly still

    Correct Answer
    C. Talk
    Explanation
    Eve is most surprised by the serpent's ability to talk because animals typically do not possess the ability to communicate through spoken language. This unexpected ability of the serpent to engage in conversation would have been a remarkable and astonishing event for Eve, as it goes against her previous understanding of the natural world.

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