Trivia Quiz On Early World Genesis 1-11

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Trivia Quiz On Early World Genesis 1-11 - Quiz

Genesis is the first book of the Bible, and in the first chapters, we get to see the story of creation and the first humans. This book uncovers some of the secrets on how the world as we know it came to be. Have you had time to read the book from chapter 1-11? The quiz here will help you review it.

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What does the name Abel mean?

    The name Abel means "breath." This could be interpreted as a reference to the breath of life, symbolizing the essence of existence and vitality. It may also suggest a connection to the concept of inspiration or the act of breathing itself. Overall, the name Abel conveys a sense of life and energy.

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    true or false?Abel killed Cain

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    Correct Answer
    B. False
    It was Cain who killed in Abel

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    Abel was a ______ of sheep.

    Correct Answer
    Abel was responsible for taking care of a group of sheep. He was the person in charge of their well-being and ensuring they were properly looked after. This role required him to provide food, water, shelter, and protection for the sheep. Therefore, Abel was a keeper of sheep.

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    On which creative day did God make the sun, moon, and stars? 

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    Correct Answer
    B. 4
    On the fourth creative day, God made the sun, moon, and stars. This is based on the biblical account of creation in Genesis, where it is stated that on the fourth day, God created the sun to rule the day, the moon to rule the night, and the stars.

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