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1. In what city was Jesus born?

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Bethlehem

2. How many books are in the New Testament?

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27

3. What type of insect did John the Baptist eat in the desert?

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Locusts

4. Who were the first apostles called to follow Jesus?

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Peter and Andrew

5. How many people did Jesus feed with five loaves of bread and two
fish?

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about 5000 men

6. After Jesus was arrested, which apostle disowned him three times?

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Peter
7. Who recognized Jesus as the Messiah when he was presented at the
Temple as a baby?

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Simeon

8. Who asked Pilate for Jesus’ body after the crucifixion?

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Joseph of Arimathea

9. Paul was shipwrecked on what island?

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Malta

10. What is the shortest book in the New Testament?

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2 John

11. Who is the author of the Book of Revelation?

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John

12. Matthew was a _________.

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Tax collector
13. To what city was Saul traveling when he encountered a great and
blinding light?

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Damascus

14. Who was the first person to come upon the injured man in the parable
of the Good Samaritan?

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Priest

15. Finish this verse. “In every battle you will need faith as your ______ to
stop the fiery arrows aimed at you by Satan.”

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Shield

16. Whose example does Paul say Christians should follow in Chapter 5 of
Ephesians?

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Christ’s

17. After Jesus fed 5,000+ people with two fish and five loaves of bread,
how many baskets were left over?

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12

18. What does Paul say may “abound more and more in knowledge and in
all judgment?”
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Love

19. What tribe is Paul from?

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Benjamin

20. According to the Beatitudes who will be filled?

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Those who hunger and thirst for righteousness

21. What does Simon Peter do for a living before he becomes an apostle?

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He was a fisherman.

22. In the Gospel of Mark, how does the Virgin Mary learn of her
pregnancy?

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From the angel Gabriel

23. Who is Stephen in Acts of the Apostles?

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The first Christian martyr

24. According to the Gospel of Matthew, who visits Jesus at his birth and
where does this meeting take place?
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The three wise men, in a stable

25. By what name is Paul of Tarsus known before he begins his missionary
activity?

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Saul

26. According to Paul’s formulation in 1 Corinthians, which is the greatest of


the imperishable qualities?

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Love

27. Who is the high priest of Jerusalem who put Jesus on trial?

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Caiaphas

28. In the Gospel According to John, which of the apostles doubts Jesus’s
resurrection until he sees Jesus with his own eyes?

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Thomas

29. According to the Gospel of Matthew, where does Jesus’s first public
sermon take place?

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On the mount
30. In the Gospel of John, for whom does Mary Magdalene mistake Jesus
in his first resurrection appearance?

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Mary Magdalene

31. How does Judas signal Jesus’s identity to the Roman officials?

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He kisses him.

32. Who murders John the Baptist?

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Herod Antipas

33. When Christians observe Palm Sunday, what biblical narrative are they
celebrating?

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Jesus’s entry into Jerusalem before his death

34. According to the Gospels, what is the unique literary genre Jesus
employs to preach his message?

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The parable

35. Which Gospel is most concerned with the mystery and identity of the
person of Jesus?

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John

36. Who baptizes Jesus?

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John the Baptizer

37. Who takes Jesus’s body off the cross?

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Joseph of Arimathea

38. Who is the first apostle to deny Jesus?

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Peter

39. Which Gospel is written by a doctor?

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Luke

1. What is the common name given to the first four books of the New
Testament?

2. Who wrote most of the books in the New Testament?

3. Who wrote the Acts of the Apostles?

4. Which book comes last in the New Testament?

5. What does the word gospel mean?

6. Who was the king of Judea at the time of Jesus’ birth?

7. Which gospel records the fewest of the miracles performed by Jesus?


8. In what water was Jesus baptized?

9. What miracle did Jesus perform at the marriage in Cana?

10. Who was the tax collector that climbed up a tree so he could see
Jesus?

11. Which two Old Testament characters appeared with Jesus at the
transfiguration?

12. How did Jesus reveal the one who would betray him?

13. Where was Jesus crucified?

14. For how many days did Jesus appear to his disciples after his
resurrection?

15. Who went with Paul on his first missionary journey?

16. Paul and Silas were imprisoned during the second missionary journey,
but in what city did this happen?

17. During Paul’s third missionary journey, roughly for how long did he
minister in the school of Tyrannus at Ephesus?

18. On what island was Paul shipwrecked as he made his way to Rome?

19. How many churches of Asia Minor were there?

20. On what island was John when he was given the vision of Revelation?

21. In the New Jerusalem described in Revelation, what are the twelve
gates made from?

22. Where was Jesus born?

23. Why did Joseph take Mary and Baby Jesus to Egypt?

24. Where did Jesus grow up after returning from Egypt?

25. What was Jesus’ first miracle?

26. As Jesus and His disciples were crossing the Sea of Galilee in a boat, a
big storm arose. Jesus rebuked the wind and waves and the storm
disappeared. What was Jesus doing when the storm arose?

27. Jesus miraculously broke just a few loaves of bread and fishes and fed
5000 men, along with women and children. How many loaves and fishes did
he start with?

28. How did Judas identify Jesus as the one to be arrested?

29. On Good Friday, Jesus was brought before Pontius Pilate for trial. Why
did Pontius Pilate condemn Jesus to death?
30. What language was most of the New Testament originally written in?

31. What is the last book of the New Testament?

32. In which Gospel did Jesus say and quote: “Everything is possible for
one who believes.”?

33. What is John the baptizer’s father’s name?

34. Who wrote Acts of Apostles?

35. What is the first book of the New Testament?

36. What was the name of first Christian who was stoned to death?

37. For how many days and night was Jesus fasted?

38. Which wood has been used by Noah to build the ark?

Answers:

1. The Gospels

2. Paul

3. Luke

4. Revelation

5. Good news

6. Herod the Great

7. Matthew

8. River Jordan

9. Turning water into wine

10. Zacchaeus

11. Elijah and Moses

12. Dipped a piece of bread and passed it to him

13. Golgotha

14. 40

15. Barnabas

16. Philippi

17. 2 years
18. Malta

19. Seven

20. Patmos

21. Pearl

22. Bethlehem

23. To escape from King Herod, who wanted to kill Jesus

24. Nazareth

25. Turning water into wine

26. Sleeping

27. 5 loaves and 2 fishes

28. He kissed Jesus.

29. The chief priests had persuaded the crowd to demand his execution.

30. Greek

31. Revelation

32. Mark

33. Zacharias

34. Luke

35. Mathew

36. Stephen

37. 40

38. Gopher

39. Where was Jesus born?

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Bethlehem

40. How many apostles did Jesus have?


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12

41. What is the name of the disciple who betrayed Jesus?

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Judas Iscariot

42. How did Jesus die?

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He was crucified.

43. Who gave Jesus gifts when he was born?

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The wise men

44. With what did Jesus feed 5000 people?

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Loaves and fishes

45. Who are the religious leaders who continually tried to trap Jesus
with their questions?

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Pharisees

46. What is the name of Jesus’ mother?


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Mary

47. What did Jesus do for Lazarus?

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Raised him from the dead

48. What job did Jesus’ earthly father, Joseph, do?

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Carpenter

49. Who wrote many of the letters to churches in the New Testament?

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Paul

50. What is the collective name of the stories Jesus told?

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Parables

51. Who wanted to kill Jesus when he was a baby?

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Herod

52. What did Simon Peter do for a living?


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He was a fisherman.

53. What happened to Jesus after the resurrection?

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He ascended into heaven.

54. What did the Holy Spirit look like when the disciples received it?

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Tongues of fire

55. Who went on missionary journeys to preach to the Gentiles?

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Paul

56. How did Paul escape from Damascus?

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In a basket down the city wall

57. What is the last book of the New Testament?

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Revelation

1. How many apostles did Jesus have?


2. Which book tells about the visit of the Wise men to baby Jesus?

3. Who wrote the book of Acts?

4. How many Gospel books are there?

5. Who wrote the book of Revelation?

6. Who said, “Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand”?

7. How many times did Peter deny Jesus?

8. Who was shipwrecked in the New Testament?

9. Which New Testament book tells about Paul’s conversion?

10. Where did Jesus grow up?

11. Where was Paul when he went blind?

12. How many wise and foolish girls were in Jesus’ story?

13. Who wrote the most books in the New Testament?

14. Name one book that tells of Jesus’ birth?

15. Who was the governor who tried Jesus?

16. How many loaves of bread did Jesus use to feed five thousand?

17. Who said, “Peace, be still”?

18. Who said, “He is not here; for He is risen”?

19. Who betrayed Jesus?

20. Which apostle was a tax collector?

21. Who lived on locusts and wild honey?

22. Who was a blind man healed by Jesus?

23. How many days was Lazarus dead before Jesus brought him back to
life?

24. Who was king of Judea at Jesus’ birth?

25. Who came to Jesus at night?

26. Which angel appeared to Mary?

27. What are the names of the Gospel books?

28. Whom did Jesus call the “Comforter”?

29. What did the rich young ruler not want to give up?
30. What disease did Jesus heal ten men of?

Answers:

1. Twelve

2. Matthew

3. Luke

4. Four

5. John

6. John the Baptist

7. Three

8. Paul

9. Acts

10. Nazareth

11. On the road to Damascus

12. Five of each or ten altogether

13. Paul

14. Matthew or Luke

15. Pilate

16. Five

17. Jesus

18. An angel

19. Judas

20. Matthew

21. John the Baptist

22. Bartimaeus

23. Four

24. Herod

25. Nicodemus
26. Gabriel

27. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John

28. The Holy Spirit

29. His riches

30. Leprosy

31. On what day of Creation did God create man?

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Sixth Day

32. What was the name of Adam’s third son?

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Seth

33. What was the first of the Ten Commandments?

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You shall have no other gods before me

34. At the time of the census conducted by Moses in the first chapter
of Numbers, which of the twelve tribes of Israel was the smallest?

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Manasseh

35. Who was the mother of Samuel?

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Hannah

36. What kind of bird brought Elijah food while he hid in the Kerith
Ravine, east of Jordan?

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Ravens

37. Which of the following is NOT a book of the Old Testament?

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Enoch

38. What is the last word in the Old Testament?

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Curse

39. How many books are there in the Old Testament?

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39

40. In what language was the Old Testament written?

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Hebrew

41. What relation was Jacob to Abraham?

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Grandson

42. How many sons did Jacob (Israel) have?

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12 – They formed the basis for the tribes of Israel.

43. From which country did Moses help the Israelites escape from their
lives of slavery?

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Egypt

44. Which tribe of Israel looked after the religious aspects of life?

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Levi

45. On which day of the year could the High Priest enter the Holiest
Place, the inner most part of the temple where the covenant box was
kept?

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Day of Atonement

46. Which of the following was not a judge?

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Laban

47. Israel split into two kingdoms after the reign of King Solomon, with
Israel in the north, but what was the name of the southern kingdom?
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Judah

48. Who was king of the southern kingdom when the northern kingdom
of Israel fell to Assyria?

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Hezekiah

49. The southern kingdom eventually fell also, but to which great
power?

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Babylon

50. After the exile, the Israelites returned and started to rebuild the
temple in Jerusalem, but which other prophet along with Zechariah was
sent to encourage the completion of the partly built temple?

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Haggai

51. One title of God is El Shaddai, which means what?

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Almighty God

52. Which king had the longest reign over the Kingdom of Israel?

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Jeroboam II
53. What does Israel mean?

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Prevails with God

54. In which prophecy do we read about the valley of dry bones?

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Ezekiel

55. Which one of these books is not classed as a book of history?

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Psalms

56. Which of these Old Testament prophets lived during the reign of
King Josiah?

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Jeremiah

57. How were sins forgiven in the Old Testament?

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Animal sacrifice

58. How many ‘minor prophets’ are there?

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12
59. What is the name commonly given to the first five books of the Old
Testament?

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Pentateuch

60. Who wrote the first five books of the Old Testament?

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Moses

61. What time period does the Old Testament cover?

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The beginning of man to the time of the Messiah

62. From which part of Adam’s body did God create Eve?

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Rib

63. What was the first bird that Noah let out of the ark?

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Raven

64. What was the name of Abraham’s nephew?

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Lot
65. What did God ask Abraham to sacrifice to him on Mount Moriah?

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His only son

66. What did Rachel steal from her father, Laban, when she left home
with her husband Jacob?

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Laban’s household gods

67. What was the name of Joseph’s youngest brother?

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Benjamin

68. When Joseph was in prison, whose dream did he correctly


interpret to mean he would be restored to his job?

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Butler

69. In what was baby Moses hidden?

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An ark of bulrushes

70. What was the first plague the Lord sent on Egypt?

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Water turned into blood


71. On what mountain did Moses receive the law from God?

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Mount Sinai

72. What was the ‘tabernacle’ for?

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To worship God in

73. How did Rahab let the invading Israelites identify her house?

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She tied a red cord in the window

74. What weapons did Gideon use to defeat the Midianites?

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Trumpets, pitchers, and lamps

75. Which judge was betrayed to the Philistines by a woman?

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Samson

76. Who did Samuel anoint as the first King of Israel?

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Saul
77. How did David defeat Goliath?

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He threw a stone from his sling

78. How did Uriah die?

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David had him placed in the most dangerous spot in the battle.

79. What was Cain’s punishment for the murder of Abel?

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He was banned from his occupation and made a restless wanderer on the
earth.

80. What was the secret of Samson’s great strength?

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He would lose his strength if his hair were cut.

81. What did Joseph’s brothers do to Joseph?

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They sold him into slavery.

82. Who was Moses’ successor after his death?

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Joshua
83. What was the name of David’s father?

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Jesse

84. Which prophet secretly anointed David as king?

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Samuel

85. How did the Jewish prophet Daniel end up in Babylon?

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He was taken captive in a raid by the Babylonian army.

1. Why does Cain kill his brother Abel?

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Because God is more pleased by Abel’s sacrifice than by Cain’s.

2. How does Jacob steal his brother, Esau’s, inheritance rights?

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By tricking his father with the help of his mother

3. From which catastrophe does Joseph save Egypt?

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Famine
4. How does God first appear to Moses?

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As a burning bush

5. What object that God gives Moses allows him to perform signs and
wonders?

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A wooden staff

6. How does God feed the Israelites in the desert?

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By a strange bread-like substance from heaven

7. Why does Moses break the stone tablets inscribed with God’s
commandments at Mount Sinai?

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Because the people are worshipping a golden idol

8. Why does God curse the Israelites to wander the desert for forty years
before entering the Promised Land?

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Because the Israelites vote down Moses as their leader

9. What do Moses and Joshua forbid the Israelites to do in the Promised


Land?

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Intermarry with the native inhabitants

10. Who betrays Samson to the Philistines?

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Delilah

11. Why does the prophet Nathan rebuke David?

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David commits adultery with Bathsheba.

12. What does David bring to Jerusalem to bless the religious city?

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The Ark of the Covenant

13. How does Absalom flaunt his brief overthrow of David’s throne?

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By sleeping with David’s concubines in public

14. What event triggers the division of Israel into two kingdoms?

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Rehoboam wants the tribe of Judah to secede from the twelve tribes.

15. Who is Elisha?

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Elijah’s apprentice and successor

16. What do the deaths of King Ahab and his wife Jezebel have in
common?

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Dogs eat the blood of their dead bodies.

17. Which Jewish festival results from the events in Esther?

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Purim

18. Which of the following is not one of Israel’s judges?

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Jephthah

19. What does King Solomon do in Israel?

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He builds a grand temple in Jerusalem.

20. What is one of the main criteria in Leviticus for living in the Israelite
camp?

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To be ceremonially clean

21. Why does God reprimand Job?


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Because Job heeds the advice of his friends

22. What did King Solomon ask for from God?

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Wisdom

23. Who wrote this line “The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want”?

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King David

24. What does “Eve” mean?

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“mother of all living”

25. Who married Abraham?

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Sarah

26. Looking for a wife for Isaac, Abraham’s servant found:

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Rebekah

27. Jacob agreed to work 7 years for the hand of:


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Rachel

28. This woman promised the Lord that if He would bless her with a son,
she would dedicate the boy to Him. She later bore Samuel.

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Hannah

29. Who was David’s original wife?

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Michal

30. This woman remained with her mother-in-law, Naomi, after Naomi’s
husband and sons died.

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Ruth

31. This woman rumored that Joseph tried to commit adultery with her.

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Potiphar’s wife

32. This harlot housed spies sent by Joshua to take the city of Jericho.

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Rahab

33. This woman married Moses.


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Zipporah

34. After David looked upon her lustfully, he had an affair with this woman
that ultimately led to the death of her original husband.

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Bathsheba

35. This woman tempted Samson to reveal the secret to his massive
strength, which she used to betray him to the Philistines.

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Delilah

36. This brave Israelite woman became queen of Persia and used her
influence to protect her people, the Jews.

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Esther

37. This woman was given to Jacob as a wife deceitfully before he could
marry her younger sister, who he loved.

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Leah

38. The prophet Hosea was commanded to marry this woman, though she
was a harlot.

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Gomer
39. This Egyptian woman was Sarah’s handmaiden, and bore Ishmael
through Abraham.

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Hagar

40. This wicked queen wanted to kill the prophet Elijah.

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Jezebel

41. This woman gave birth to Moses.

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Jochebed

42. This woman was turned into a pillar of salt because she looked back as
Sodom and Gomorrah were being destroyed.

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Lot’s wife

43. This woman was Ruth’s sister-in-law.

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Orpah

1. What was the first thing that God created?

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Light
2. Which day did God create plants?

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Third

3. What was the boat Noah built called?

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An ark

4. How many of each type of animal did Noah have on the ark?

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Two

5. What is the symbol of God’s promise to Noah?

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The rainbow

6. Who received the 10 commandments from God?

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Moses

7. What are we told to do in the fifth commandment?

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Honor your father and mother


8. What was the name of Moses’ brother?

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Aaron

9. What food do we ask God to give us in the Lord’s Prayer?

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Bread

10. People look on the outward appearance, but what does God look on?

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The heart

11. His father gave him a coat of many colors.

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Joseph

12. Who was thrown into a lions’ den by King Darius? This person prayed to
God three times a day.

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Daniel

13. This young boy defeated a giant.

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David
14. This prophet was swallowed by a fish.

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Jonah

15. What animal was often used for transportation in the Bible?

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Camel or donkey

16. Who was the Son of God?

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Jesus

17. What was the name of Jesus’ mother?

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Mary

18. What did Jesus’ father do for a job?

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Carpenter

19. Jesus told a parable about a prodigal _____.

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Son
20. What is the shortest verse in the Bible?

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Jesus wept

21. How many disciples or apostles did Jesus have?

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Twelve

22. Which of the apostles betrayed Jesus?

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Judas

23. What is another name for the Sermon on the Mount?

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The beatitudes

24. What did Jesus feed to 5,000 people?

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Five loaves of bread and two small fish

25. What was the name of the Sea where Jesus calmed a storm?

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The Sea of Galilee


1. Which brave young boy had a fight with a giant called Goliath?

2. Who did God give the job of building a massive boat called an ark?

3. What was the name of the lady who was married to the strongest man?

4. Who got swallowed by a whale?

5. Which man and woman lived in the Garden of Eden?

6. Who was thrown into a den of lions by an evil King?

7. Can you name a set of twin boys?

8. Who was known as the Wise King?

9. Who was Joseph’s younger brother?

10. Where was Moses born? (An extra point for naming the nearby river!)

11. What “job” did David have as a boy?

12. Who was David’s best friend?

13. What was the meaning of the rainbow in the sky?

14. Which is the first book of The Bible?

15. What instrument did David play? (An extra point for naming the King he
played for!)

16. Which book of The Bible is full of wise sayings? For example, “a wise
son makes his father glad, but a foolish son is a grief to his mother.”

17. Who was given The Ten Commandments from God at the top of a
mountain?

18. Who killed his brother?

19. Who made a bronze snake?

20. What did God create on the first day of creation?

Answers

1. David

2. Noah

3. Delilah (married to Samson)

4. Jonah

5. Adam and Eve


6. Daniel

7. Jacob and Esau

8. Solomon

9. Benjamin

10. Egypt (The river Nile)

11.

12. Jonathan

13. God’s promise to not flood the earth ever again.

14. Genesis

15. Harp (King Saul)

16. Proverbs

17. Moses

18. Cain (killed Abel)

19. Moses

20. Light (night and day)

When Samson killed 1000 Philistines at Lehi what weapon did he use? —– Ans: The
jawbone of an ass (Judges 15:15)

How old was David when he was anointed King of Israel? —– Ans: 30 years (2
Samuel 5:4)

Which disciples witnessed Jesus’ Transfiguration? —– Ans: Peter, James & John
(Matthew 17:1-2, Mark 9:2, Luke 9:28-29)

In Damascus, whose sight was restored by Ananias? —– Ans: Saul of Tarsus (Acts
9:17-18)

To whom did Jesus say, “Get thee behind me, Satan”? —– Ans: Peter (Matthew
16:23 & Mark 8:33) and Satan (Luke 4:8)

What are the final words of Jesus recorded in the New Testament? —– Ans: “Surely I
come quickly” (Revelations 22:20)

Prior to his conversion, how did Saul refer to the followers of Jesus Christ? —–Ans:
The Way (Acts 9:2)

How many rivers were formed from the river that went out of Eden? —– Ans: Four
(Genesis 2:10) [Pishon, Gihon, Hiddekel, and Euphrates]

What is the name of the place where Jacob slept and dreamed of Jacob’s Ladder?
—– Ans: Bethel (Genesis 28:19)
Who told Naaman to wash in the river Jordan seven times in order to cure his
leprosy? —– Ans: Elisha (2 Kings 5:10)

Who announced to Zachariah that his wife would bear a child to be named John (the
Baptist)? —– Ans: The Angel Gabrieal (Luke 1:13)

Who said, “…as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord”? —– Ans: Joshua
(Joshua 24:15)

In what village was Christ when he turned the water into wine? —– Ans: Cana of
Galilee (John 2:11)

How is the name “Emmanuel” interpreted? —– Ans: God is with us (Matthew 2:23)
God tested Abraham by telling him to offer his only son as a burnt offering. Who was
that son? —– Ans: Isaac (Genesis 22:2)

How much was Judas paid to betray Jesus? —– Ans: 30 pieces of silver (Matthew
26:15)

Who personally baptized more people, Jesus or John the Baptist? —– Ans: John the
Baptist (John 4:2)

Who witnessed Elijah being taken up to Heaven? —– Ans: Elisha (2 Kings 2: 11-12)

Who hid Joshua’s spies from Jericho’s king? —– Ans: Rahab (Joshua 2:1-4)

Moses died at age 120 and was buried in a valley of Moab. Who buried him? —–
Ans: The Lord (Deuteronomy 34: 6)

How many years were the Israelites in bondage in Egypt? —– Ans: 430 (Exodous
12:40-41)

When they heard of the adversity that had befallen Job, how many of his friends
came to comfort him? —– Ans. Three (Job 2:11)

Who is the only woman mentioned in Paul’s letter to Philemon? —– Ans: Apphia, a
Christian of Colossae (Philemon 2)

What part of the day did Christ embark on the boat from which He calmed the
waters? —– Ans: Evening (Mark 4:35)

The Bible says Jesus had four brothers. What were their names? —– Ans: James,
Joses (Joseph), Simon and Judas (Mark 6:3 & Matthew 13:55)

After his epiphany, how long did Paul spend in Arabia before beginning his ministry?
—– Ans: Three years (Galatians 1:18)

How many troops did Sennacherib lose at the siege of Jerusalem? —– Ans: 185,000
(2 Kings 19:35) Who was the father of John the Baptist? —– Ans: Zacharias (Luke
3:2) How many demons came out of Mary called Magdalene? —– Ans: Seven (Luke
8:2)

When the multitude came out to be baptized, how did John the Baptist characterize
them? —– Ans: Brood of vipers (Luke 3:7)

From what tribe of Israel did the Apostle Paul come? —– Ans: Benjamin (Philippians
3:5)
Who directed Paul to preach to the Gentiles? —– Ans: Jesus Christ (Acts 26:17)

Who was the king of Israel when David slew Goliath? —– Ans: Saul (1 Samuel 17) To
whom did God describe Job as a perfect and upright man? —– Ans: Satan (Job 1:8)

Who said, “Silver and Gold have I none, but such as I have I give thee?” —– Ans:
Peter (Acts 3:6)

James the brother of John was the first Apostle martyred. How was he killed? —–
Ans: With a sword (Acts 12:2)

How old was Abraham when his son Isaac was born? —– Ans: 100 years (Genesis
21:5)

What was the title placed on Jesus’ cross? —– Ans: THIS IS THE KING OF THE
JEWS (Luke 24:38) or JESUS OF NAZARETH THE KING OF THE JEWS (John
19:19)

Who took his rod and stretched out his hand upon the waters of Egypt to turn them
into blood? —– Ans: Aaron (Exodus 7: 19-20)

Where were the disciples first called Christians? —– Ans. Antioch (Acts 11:26) When
Jesus struggled with his cross, who was forced to bear it for him? —– Ans. Simon
from Cyrene (Mark 15:21; Matthew 27:32)

According to the Book of Revelations, what needs to be done to receive the crown of
life? —– Ans. Be thou faithful unto death (Revelations 2:10)

Two bodies of water were parted in the Bible. What were they? —– Ans: Red Sea by
Moses (Exodus 14:21-22) & the Jordan River by Joshua (Joshua 3:7 through 4:18)
and by Elijah and Elisha (2 Kings 2: 2-8 and 13-14)

How tall was Goliath? —– Ans: 6 cubits and a span (1 Samuel 17:4) (approx 9+ feet)

The Gospel of Matthew establishes the lineage of Jesus. How many generations are
there between Abraham and Jesus? —– Ans: (Matthew 1:17)

What did Paul say was the fulfillment of the Law? —– Ans: Love (Romans 13:10)
Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the Bible. What is the shortest? —– Ans: Psalm
117

What are the dimensions of the Arc of the Covenant? —– Ans: 2 ½ cubits long, 1 ½
cubits wide, 1 ½ cubits high (Exodus 37:1)

There are only two perfect cubes described in Scripture. What are they? —– Ans:
The Most Holy Place (1 Kings 6:20) and New Jerusalem (Revelation 21:16)

God parted the Red Sea so Moses and the Israelites could cross. What body of
water did He part so Joshua and the Israelites could cross? —– Ans: Jordan River
(Joshua 3:15-17)

At Christ’s crucifixion when did darkness come over the whole land and how long did
it last? —– Ans: Noon for three hours (Matthew 27:45)

How old was Gideon when he died? —– Ans: A good old age (Judges 8:32) How
many persons were sealed as “servants of our God on their forehead”? —– Ans:
144,000 (Revelations 7:4)
What is the name of the City of God? —– Ans: New Jerusalem (Revelations 3:12)

Who was the father of David? —– Ans: Jesse (Ruth 4:22) To which king did Isaac
hide his spousal relationship with Rebecca by claiming she was his sister? —– Ans:
Abimelech (Genesis 26: 1-9)

Who were the three named women who found Christ’s tomb open and empty? —–
Ans: Mary Magdalene, Joanna, Mary the mother of James (Luke 24:10)

To which tribe of Israel did Moses belong? —– Ans: Levi (Exodus 2:1)

Which gospels are the Synoptic Gospels? —– Ans: Matthew, Mark & Luke To what
land did Moses flee after killing the Egyptian soldier? —– Ans: Midian (Exodus 2:15)

Who was the eldest brother, Aaron or Moses? ans. Aaron (Exodus 7:7) Christ’s first
miracle was turning water into wine. Where did this occur? —– Ans: The wedding at
Cana (John 2:6-9)

Sarah was Abraham’s first wife. Who was his second? ans. Keturah (Genesis 25:1)
What relic did Moses remove from Egypt at the time of the Exodus? —– Ans: The
bones of Joseph (Exodus 13:19)

How old was Abraham when he was circumcised? —– Ans: 99 (Genesis 17:

What is the sign of the covenant between God and Abraham? —– Ans: Male
circumcision (Genesis 17:10)

After Christ’s triumphal entrance into Jerusalem and after visiting the temple, where
did he spend the night? —– Ans: In Bethany (Mark 11:11)

The first two disciples selected by Jesus were brothers. Name them. —– Ans: Simon
and Andrew (Mark 1:16)

Which of the tribes of Israel was prohibited from owning land in Canaan? —– Ans:
The Levites (Deuteronomy 18:2) What city is called the City of David? —– Ans:
Bethlehem (Luke 2:4) Who ate honey out of a lion’s carcass? —– Ans: Samson
(Judges 14:5-9)

What famous city did Nebuchadnezzar rule? —– Ans: Babylon Who was Israel’s
first high priest? —– Ans: Aaron (Exodus 28)

What colours of yarn were used to create the sacred ephod and breast piece worn by
the high priest Aaron? —– Ans: Gold, blue, purple and scarlet (Exodus 28)

Who were the parents of King Solomon? —– Ans: David and Bathsheba In the Bible,
who did the sun and moon stand still before? —– Ans: Joshua

How many books of the Bible are named after women? —– Ans: two – Ruth and
Esther

Who is the only woman whose age is mentioned in the Bible? —– Ans: Sarah In the
Bible,

for what “price” did Esau sell his birthright to his younger twin brother, Jacob? —–
Ans: pottage of lentils (Genesis 25:29-34)

What is the name of the sea where Christ harnessed a raging storm? —– Ans: the
Sea of Galilee.
Name the books in the Bible christened after women. —– Ans: Ruth and Esther.
Name the cities spiflicated by God in the Book of Genesis. —– Ans: Sodom and
Gomorrah.

Name Goliath’s chosen arms for fighting with David. —– Ans: sword and a spear,
Samuel 17:45. How many Jews were exiled to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar? —–
Ans: 4600 (Jeremiah 52:30)

When Moses was preparing the Israelites for their coming confrontation with the
seven nations of Canaan, how large an army did he raise? —– Ans: 603,550
(Numbers 1:46)

When God finally let the Israelites enter the promised land of Canaan, how many
nations had to be destroyed? —– Ans: Seven (Acts 13:19)

Who leapt in his mother’s womb when Mary visited? —– Ans: John the Baptist (Luke
1:41)

What does “Golgotha” mean? —– Ans: The place of the skull (Matthew 27:33; Mark
15:22; John 19:17)

After the 5000 ate their fill of the 5 loaves and 2 fishes, how much food was left over?
—– Ans: Twelve baskets full (Matthew 14:20)

On the seventh day, how many times did Joshua’s army march around Jericho
before the walls fell? —– Ans: Seven (Joshua 6:5)

What did Moses do that kept him from entering the land of Canaan? —– Ans: He
brought forth water from the rock by striking it twice with his rod rather than by
speaking to it as God commanded. (Numbers 20:8-12)

Who did God describe as “a blameless and upright man”? —– Ans: Job (Job 1:8)

What were the two animals in the Old Testament that spoke to humans? —– Ans: A
Serpent (Genesis 3:1-4) and an Ass (Numbers 22:28-30)

Whose flock was Moses tending when he encountered the burning bush? —– Ans:
Jethro, his father-in-law (Exodus 3:1)

Who said, “Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have I give thee”? —– Ans:
Peter (Acts 3:6)

How long was Jonah in the belly of the great fish? —– Ans: Three days and three
nights (Jonah 1:17)

How many days did Joshua’s troops march around Jerico before the walls fell? —–
Ans:

Seven days (Joshua 6:3-5: Hebrews 11:3) What was the handwriting on the wall?
—– Ans: MENE, MENE, TEKEL, UPHARSIN [PARSIN] (Daniel 5: 26-28)

Where is King David buried? —– Ans: The City of David [Old Jerusalem] (1 Kings
2:10)

At the transfiguration who appeared and talked to Christ? —– Ans: Elijah and Moses
(Matthew 17:3; Mark 9:4; Luke 9:30)
How many Beatitudes are there? —– Ans: Eight (Matthew 5:3-10)

How old was Noah when the flood was upon the earth? —– Ans: 600 years (Genesis
4:6)

Which of Joseph’s (coat of many colors) eleven brothers said to not kill Joseph but to
cast him in a pit instead? —– Ans. Reuben (Genesis 37:21-22)

When did Paul say he would visit the Romans? —– Ans: When he takes his journey
to Spain (Romans 15:24)

How old was Adam when he died? —– Ans. 130 years (Genesis 5:3)

In the wilderness, how was John the Baptist clothed? —– Ans: A raiment of camel’s
hair and a leathern girdle about his loins (Matthew 3:4)

On two commandments hang all the law and the prophets. What are they? —– Ans:
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all
your mind. You shall love your neighbor as yourself. (Matthew 22: 37- 40)

How many times was Peter told to forgive his brother who had sinned against him?
—– Ans: Seventy times seven times (Matthew 18:22 – KJV,ASV, NASV)

After his epiphany on the road to Damascus, how long was Saul without sight? —–
Ans: Three days (Acts 9:9)

Where is Moses buried? —– Ans. In a valley in the land of Moab (Deuteronomy 34:6)

About how long was Christ on the cross before he said “My God, my God, why hast
thou forsaken me?” —– Ans: 9 hours (Matthew 27:46)

How old was Moses when he died? —– Ans: 120 Years (Deuteronomy 34:7)
According to Paul in Romans, how many righteous people are there? —– Ans: None
(Romans 3:10)

Adam and Eve had three sons. Cain was the firstborn followed by Abel. Who was the
third son? —– Ans: Seth (Genesis 4:25)

To whom did Jesus say, “Man shall not live by bread alone.” —– Ans: Satan
(Matthew 4:4)

How many loaves and fishes did Jesus use to feed the multitude (5000)? —– Ans: 5
loaves and 2 fishes (Mark 6:41; Matthew 14:17; John 6:9; Luke 9:13)

What is the name of the city founded by Cain? —– Ans: Enoch (Genesis 4:17)

How long had Lazarus been dead before being risen by Jesus? —– Ans: Four (4)
days (John 11:39)

How many devils were cast out of Mary Magdalene? —– Ans: 7 (Luke 8:2)

What did John the Baptist eat while preaching in the Judean wilderness? —– Ans:
Locusts and wild honey (Matthew 3:4)

Name the mountain from which Moses viewed Canaan and on which he died. —–
Ans: Mt. Nebo (Deuteronomy 32: 49-50)
For refusing to worship a false god, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were cast
into a fiery furnace by King Nebuchadnezzar. How much hotter than normal did the
king order the furnace fire to be? —– Ans: Seven Times (Daniel 3:19)

Who is the only Gentile in the Bible to be identified as the Lord’s anointed? —– Ans:
Cyrus [King of Persia 580 BC – 529 BC] (Isaiah 45:1)

What is the shortest verse in the Bible? Ans: John 11:35 (”Jesus wept.”) In Genesis
two men are identified as having walked with God. Who are they? —– Ans: Enoch
(Genesis 5:24) and Noah (Genesis 6:9) Jacob & Esau were twin brothers.

Name their father and mother. —– Ans: Issac & Rebecca (Genesis 25:19) Who
negotiated with God to not destroy Sodom if but 10 righteous people could be found
there? —– Ans: Abraham (Genesis 18: 23-32)

What were the ten plagues God inflicted on Egypt? —– Ans: 1) River waters turned
to blood, 2) Frogs, 3) Lice, 4) Flies, 5) Death of animals, 6) Boils, 7) Hail, 8) Locusts,
9) Darkness, and 10) Death of first born male (Exodus 7-12 KJV)

What were the dimensions of Noah’s Ark? —– Ans: 300 cubits long, 50 cubits wide
and 30 cubits high (Genesis 6:15)

There are 66 books in the Bible. How many are in the New Testament? —– Ans. 27

Which city was Jesus entering when Zacchaeus climbed a sycamore tree to see
him? —– Ans: Jericho (Luke 19: 1-4)

According to Jesus, what is the great commandment in the law? —– Ans: Thou shalt
love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.
(Matthew 22:37)

What is the longest chapter in the Bible? —– Ans: Psalm 119 (176 verses)

Where did Cain go when he left Eden? —– Ans: The land of Nod (Genesis 4:16)

Who replaced Judas as the twelfth apostle? —– Ans: Matthias (Acts 1:15-26)

What is the most common name in the Bible? —– Ans: Zecharia

Of what were the 12 gates of New Jerusalem made? —– Ans: Pearls (Revelations
21:21)

Name Jezebel’s husband. —– Ans: The monarch of Israel, Ahab, the Old Testament.

Which timber was used to construct the Ark of Noah and what sealant was chosen to
render it waterproof? Ans: Gopher wood and pitch respectively, Genesis 6:14.

Name Moses’ brother. —– Ans: Show Answer

What was the age of Moses at the time of his demise? —– Ans: 120 years,
Deuteronomy 34:7.

In the Bible, God is said to have physically written thrice – each time on a different
surface. On what did his writing appear at the third instance? —– Ans: On a wall,
Dan 5:5-12.

What killed Matthew? —– Ans: A halberd.

Balaam was spoken to by which animal? —– Ans: A donkey, Numbers 22:22-35


What according to Potiphar’s wife had Joseph done that resulted in his
imprisonment? —– Ans: Rape.

When Jacob wanted to marry Rachel, what did he have to do? —– Ans: Be a servant
to Laban for 14 years (Genesis 29:16-30)

What prophet issued ominous warning against people who took advantage of widows
and the fatherless? —– Ans: Malachi (Malachi 3:5)

Which two wicked cities were destroyed by God in Genesis? —– Ans: Sodom and

Gomorrah Who did Mordecai refuse to bow down to? —– Ans: Haman What kind of
wood was used to make Noah’s Ark? —– Ans: Gopher wood (Genesis 6:14)

How old was Moses when he died? —– Ans: He was 120 years old (Deuteronomy
34:7)

How long was Daniel in the den of the lions? —– Ans: One night How tall was
Goliath, the Philistine giant slain by David with a stone hurled from a sling? —– Ans:
Six cubits and a span

What animal is mentioned most frequently in both the New and Old Testaments? —–
Ans: The Sheep

Who wore the coat of many colors? —– Ans: Joseph

How much time did Jonah spend in the belly of the whale? —– Ans: Three days and
three nights

What biblical Babylonian king cast Daniel into the lion’s den for praying to God in
defiance of a royal decree? —– Ans: Darius the Mede (Daniel 6)

According to the Bible, what weapons was the Philistine giant, Goliath carrying when
he was slain by David? —– Ans: A sword and a spear (1 Samuel 17:45)

What is the longest name in the Bible? —– Ans: Mahershalalbashbaz, (Isaiah 8:1)

Who came to Zechariah to tell him that his wife would soon be having a baby? —–
Ans: Gabriel

Who demanded that John the Baptist’s head be brought on a platter? —– Ans:
Daughter of Herodias

Which apostle was killed by a halberd? —– Ans: Mathew, the tax collector

According to the Bible, how many pearly gates are there? —– Ans: 12 (Revelation
21:12-21)

In the Bible, which of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse rides a red horse? —–
Ans: War (Book of Revelation)

Who tells the disciples that Jesus had risen from the dead? —– Ans: Mary (called
Magdalene)

How many times did Peter deny Jesus? Ans: Three Who fled from Iconium when
they heard of a plot to stone them? —– Ans: Paul and Barnabas (Acts 14:5-6)

Who was the first king of Israel? —– Ans: Saul (1 Samuel 10:1)
Which is NOT a book of the Old Testament — Joshua, David, Hosea, Zephaniah?
—– Ans: David

In Exodus, who was Miriam? —– Ans: The sister of Aaron and Moses (Exodus 15:20)

What kind of tree did Zacchaeus climb to see Jesus enter Jericho? —– Ans:
Sycamore (Luke 19: 1-4)

Who was able to decipher Nebuchadnezzar’s dreams? —– Ans: Daniel (Daniel 2)

Enumerate the sacred hues of the threads used to make the ephod, the part worn
like a bib on the sacerdotal habit, for the high priest Aaron. —– Ans: Gold, scarlet,
purple and blue, Exodus 28.

Name the ruler of Judah afflicted by leprosy. —– Ans: Azariah or Uzziah, 2 Kings
15:5.

What was it that Jacob had to do in order to marry Rachel? —– Ans: Serve Laban for
14 years, Genesis 29:16-30.

Specify the duration which Jonah spent in the abdomen of a whale. —– Ans: Three
nights and three days. Name the three wise men. —– Ans: Balthazar, Caspar and
Melchior.

In whose Gospels do the Beatitudes appear? —– Ans: Matthew and Luke. Who was
Joseph’s master in Egypt as stated in Genesis 37:36? —– Ans: Potiphar.

Name the disciple who was a tax collector. —– Ans: Matthew.

What did the lords of the philistines offer Delilah for revealing the secret of Samson’s
strength? —– Ans: They promised the sum of 1,100 pieces of silver each (Judges
16:5)

What was the last plague on Egypt? —– Ans: The death of the firstborn (Exodus
12:29)

What king of Judah was stricken with leprosy? —– Ans: Uzziah (also known as
Azariah – 2 Kings 15:5)

What king of Israel had a reputation as a fast and furious chariot driver? —– Ans:
Jehu (2 Kings 9:20)

What occurred when Jonathan and his armor-bearer attacked the Philistines? —–
Ans: An earthquake (1 Samuel 14:11-15) Who built the first altar? —– Ans: Noah
(Genesis 8:20)

How many shekels did Abraham pay to buy the field of Machpelah? —– Ans: 400.
After he fled for his life, which tree did Elijah sleep under? —– Ans: Juniper.

Judas betrayed Jesus for exactly how many coins of silver? —– Ans: 30 pieces of
silver.

Name David’s father. —– Ans: Jesse.

What is the name of the second book in the Bible? —– Ans: Exodus

The name of God is not mentioned in only one book of the Bible. Which one? —–
Ans: The Book of Esther In Matthew,
Christ said, “It is written that Man shall not live by bread alone.” Where is it written?
—– Ans: Deuteronomy 8:3

For what sum was Joseph sold by his brothers to the Ishmeelites? —– Ans: 20
pieces of silver (Genesis 37:28)

How many apostles did Jesus choose? —– Ans: Twelve (Luke 6:13)

The angel said to Mary that Jesus would “reign over the house” of which Old
Testament character? —– Ans: Jacob (Luke 1:33)

In Luke’s account of the Sermon on the Mount to who does Jesus say “God is kind”?
—– Ans: The unthankful and the evil (Luke 6:35)

In the parable of the Prodigal Son, what portion would the son have received? —–
Ans: A third (Deut 21:17; Luke 15:12)

Who did Jesus say was “not far from the Kingdom of God”? —– Ans: One of the
Scribes (Mark 12:28-34)

Which prophet said, “Out of Egypt have I called my son”? —– Ans: Hosea (Hos 11:1)

Question 1: Who was the oldest person in the Bible?

Answer: Methuselah

Explanation: According to Genesis 5:27, Methuselah lived to be 969


years old.

Question 2: What is the longest book of the Bible based on word count?

Answer: Jeremiah

Explanation: Jeremiah has the highest word count, at 33,002 words.


Genesis comes second at 32, 046 words, then Psalms at 30,147. Isaiah
is the sixth longest book by words, containing 25, 608.

Question 3: What is the name of the first printed Bible?

Answer: Gutenberg Bible

Explanation: The English word, â€~prayer†is relatively new, dating


back to the early 13th century. It means to ask earnestly.

Question 4: What language was used in the Gutenberg Bible?

Answer: Latin

Explanation: Although the Gutenberg Bible was printed in Germany, it


was printed in Latin. The Church did not allow for Bibles to be printed
in other languages at that time.

Question 5: How many books are in the Bible?

Answer: 73 books

Explanation: The Catholic canon of the Bible has always had 73 books
since it was compiled in the late 4th Martin Luther shortened the Bible
to 66 books, removing those that contained passages and ideas he
found objectionable. Some Bibles order their books differently, or
divide text differently, so there can be some additional variation
between versions and translations, especially between different
denominations.
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1.What was the first thing that God created?


LIGHT

2.Which day did God create plants?


THIRD

3.What was the boat Noah built called?


AN ARK

4.How many of each type of animal did Noah have on the


ark?
TWO

5.What is the symbol of God's promise to Noah?


RAINBOW

6.Who received the 10 commandments from God?


MOSES

7. What are we told to do in the fifth commandment?


HONOR OUR FATHER AND OUR MOTHER
8.What was the name of Moses' brother?
AARON

9.What food do we ask God to give us in the Lord's


prayer?
BREAD

10. People look on the outward appearance, but what


does God look on?
the HEART

11. His father gave him a coat of many colors.


JOSEPH

12. Who was thrown into a lions' den by King Darius?


This person prayed to God three times a day.
DANIEL

13. This young boy defeated a giant.


DAVID

14. This prophet was swallowed by a fish.


JONAH

15. What animal was often used for transportation in


the Bible?
CAMEL or DONKEY (either answer is correct)

16. Who was the Son of God?


JESUS

17. What was the name of Jesus' mother?


MARY

18. What did Jesus' father do for a job?


CARPENTER
19. Jesus told a parable about a prodigal _____.
SON

20. What is the shortest verse in the Bible?


JESUS WEPT

21. How many disciples or apostles did Jesus have?


TWELVE

22. Which of the apostles betrayed Jesus?


JUDAS

23. What is another name for the sermon on the


mount?
THE BEATITUDES

24. What did Jesus feed to 5,000 people


FIVE LOAVES OF BREAD AND TWO SMALL FISH

25. What was the name of the Sea where Jesus


calmed a storm.
THE SEA OF GALILEE

Bible Quiz
This test is designed for Bible teachers who want to get an idea of how much their
students know about the Bible. Print it out and ask your students to write in the
answers without looking at their Bibles. An answer sheet is provided, together with
Scripture references where appropriate.

1. Name the four Gospels.

2. What is the longest book in the Bible?

3. Who wrote the Acts of the Apostles?

4. Which book says, "The wages of sin is death"?

5. How many people were on Noah's Ark?


6. What is the Golden Rule?

7. Put in chronological order: Daniel, Noah, Paul, Moses and David.

8. How many books are there in the Bible?

9. Who were the first two people?

10. Name the Ten Commandments.

11. Angels are: ghosts of dead people, children who died in infancy, genies, or
invisible beings created by God?

12. Who was the brother of Jacob?

13. Who wrote Psalm 23?

14. Name three of Jesus' parables.

15. How many epistles were written by John?

16. Was Luke: a fisherman, an apostle, a doctor or a shepherd?

17. Which tribe did Moses belong to?

18. Is Daniel in the Old or the New Testament?

19. In what language was the New Testament written?

20. Faith is: a leap into the dark, trust in what God says, believing in something
you know isn't true, or a religious feeling?

21. Who said, "It is more blessed to give than to receive"?

22. True or false: The apostles James and John were brothers.

23. Who were the three patriarchs?

24. Put in chronological order: Temple, Church, Tower of Babel, Tabernacle.

25. What did Jesus say were the two greatest commandments?

26. Name the first three kings of Israel.

27. Is Santa Claus in the Bible?

28. Give the name of at least one angel.

29. Who wrote the Book of Deuteronomy?

30. Did Jesus feed 4,000 or 5,000 people with the loaves and fishes?

31. How many Minor Prophets are there?

32. Which book says, "I am the resurrection and the life"?

33. Was Matthew: a carpenter, a centurion, a tax collector, or a priest?

34. Which Gospel records Jesus turning water into wine?

35. Is the Book of Hezekiah in the Old or the New Testament?

36. Name the twelve tribes of Israel.


37. Who was the oldest person in the Bible?

38. A saint is: a sinless person, an apostle, a pope, a Christian, an angel?

39. What is the longest chapter in the Bible?

40. Name the Five Books of Moses.

41. Who wrote the Book of Revelation?

42. Give three names or titles for Satan.

43. What kind of meat was eaten at the Passover?

44. Hallelujah means: I believe, hosanna, wow, praise the Lord, or amen?

45. Which book tells us the life of Samson?

46. What was the first language that Scripture was translated into?

47. What is the shortest verse in the Bible?

48. Name the twelve apostles.

49. Put in chronological order: the Crucifixion, the Flood, the Babylonian
Captivity, and the Exodus.

50. Name someone who went to Heaven without dying.

51. Who will be raised from the dead: all men, Christians only, or angels?

52. True or false: We are saved by being baptized in water.

53. Name the Books of the New Testament.

54. Will we see God in Heaven?

55. Original Sin means: demon possession, Adam and Eve having sex, Eve eating
the Forbidden Fruit, or our inheriting Adam's Sin?

56. Name three of Christ's miracles.

57. Which book says, "Spare the rod and spoil the child"?

58. In what language was the Old Testament written?

59. Is the Book of Hebrews in the Old or the New Testament?

60. Put in chronological order the nations that held Israel captive: Greece, Egypt,
Babylon, Rome, Assyria, and Persia.

61. Christ means: Master, High Priest, Annointed, Savior, Lord, or Redeemer?

62. True or false: God will save someone if he has more good works than sins.

63. Where are the 10 Commandments located in the Bible?

64. Who wrote the Book of Ecclesiastes?

65. Which book says, "In the beginning God created the heavens and the Earth"?

66. Which tribe of Israel did Jesus belong to?


67. Name 3 of Israel's feasts or festivals.

68. Who was the greatest man before Jesus: David, Abraham, Solomon, John the
Baptist, Moses or Adam?

69. Which book mentions the handwriting on the wall?

70. Who was the Emperor of Rome when Jesus was born: Herod, Caesar Augustus,
Pilate, Nero, or Julius Caesar?

71. True or false: Moses led Israel into the Promised Land.

72. Being born again means: reincarnation, regeneration, redemption, or


restitution?

73. Which book says, "God helps those who help themselves"?

74. Quote a Bible verse that proves Jesus is God.

75. Which Gospel mentions the Star of Bethlehem?

76. Was David: a prophet, a shepherd, a soldier, a musician, or a king?

77. What is the "New Jerusalem"?

78. What are the three divisions of the Old Testament?

79. Election means: God chose only some people to be saved, our parents
dedicated us to God, or God chose those He knew would believe in Jesus?

80. Does the Bible contain many, a few, or no errors at all?

81. Is the Book of Enoch in the Old or the New Testament?

82. Put in chronological order: Jeremiah, Elijah, Samuel, Peter, Isaiah.

83. Church means: Temple, Christian building, called-out assembly, or nation?

84. Quote a Bible verse that teaches justification by faith alone.

85. Which is the greatest: hope, love or faith?

86. Which Gospel has the Parable of the Good Samaritan?

87. Hell is: a real place, a myth, here on Earth, Purgatory, or nowhere?

88. Put in chronological order: Sarah, Ruth, Mary, Eve, and Esther.

89. Which book says, "I am the Good Shepherd"?

90. Who could enter the Holy of Holies: the pope, Moses, a priest, an apostle, the
High Priest, only angels?

91. Paul says we are justified by: faith, good works, or faith and good works?

92. What is the Pentateuch?

93. Which Gospel records the Parable of the Prodigal Son?

94. Where is it written, "Wives, submit to your husbands. Husbands, love your
wives"?

95. Demons are: goblins, fallen angels, ghosts of dead people, or myths?
96. Who was Jesus' mother?

97. Which book says: "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved"?

98. Whose wife was Jezebel?

99. Who baptized Jesus?

100. Quote a verse that teaches the doctrine of the Trinity.

ANSWERS ABOVE:

1. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

2. Psalms.

3. Luke.

4. Romans (6:23).

5. Eight. Noah and his wife, their three sons and their wives (I Peter 3:20).

6. "Whatsoever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them" (Matt.
7:12).

7. Noah, Moses, David, Daniel, Paul.

8. Sixty-six (thirty-nine in the Old Testament, twenty-seven in the New


Testament).

9. Adam and Eve.

10. You shall have no other gods before me, you shall not make any graven images,
you shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, remember the Sabbath
day, honor your father and your mother, you shall not murder, you shall not
commit adultery, you shall not steal, you shall not bear false witness, and you
shall not covet [abridged wording].

11. Invisible beings created by God.

12. Esau.

13. David.

14. Prodigal Son, Good Samaritan, the Sower, the Lost Coin, the Lost Sheep, the
Treasure in the Field, the Pearl of Great Price, the Great Feast, etc.

15. Three.

16. A doctor (Col. 4:14).

17. Levi.

18. The Old Testament.

19. Greek.

20. Trust in what God says.

21. Jesus (Acts 20:35).


22. True.

23. Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

24. Tower of Babel, Tabernacle, Temple, Church.

25. "You shall love the Lord you God with all your heart, and with all your soul and
with all your mind. . . . You shall love your neighbor as yourself" (Matt. 22:37,39).

26. Saul, David and Solomon.

27. No.

28. Michael, Gabriel, and Satan (fallen angel). Some add Wormwood (Rev. 8:11).
No other angel is named in the Bible.

29. Moses.

30. Both, on separate occasions (Matt. 14 and 15).

31. Twelve: Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk,
Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi. Could you have named them?

32. John (11:25).

33. A tax collector.

34. John (chapter 2).

35. Neither. It is not in the Bible at all. There is no such book.

36. Reuben, Judah, Issachar, Levi, Dan, Zebulon, Benjamin, Simeon, Gad, Asher,
Naphtali, and Joseph (which was divided into Ephraim and Mannaseh).

37. Methulseleh. He lived 969 years (Gen. 5:27).

38. A Christian. All Christians are saints.

39. Psalm 119. It has 176 verses, far longer than any other chapter.

40. Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.

41. John the Apostle.

42. The Devil, the Tempter, Beelzebub, the Serpent, the Dragon, the Evil One, the
Prince of the Power of the Air, the Accuser, Prince of Demons, etc.

43. Lamb.

44. Praise the Lord.

45. The Book of Judges (chapters 13-16).

46. Greek. The Old Testament was translated into Greek before the New
Testament was written.

47. John 11:35, "Jesus wept."

48. Peter, James, John, Andrew, James the Younger, Matthew (Levi), Simon the
Zealot, Philip, Thaddaeus (Judas, not Iscariot), Bartholomew (Nathaniel), Thomas,
and Judas Iscariot.

49. Flood, Exodus, Babylonian Captivity, and the Crucifixion.


50. Enoch and Elijah.

51. All men (I Cor. 15; Daniel 12:2). But only Christians get perfect bodies.

52. False.

53. Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Romans, I Corinthians, II Corinthians,


Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, I Thessalonians, II Thessalonians, I
Timothy, II Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, James, I Peter, II Peter, I John, II
John, III John, Jude, and Revelation.

54. Yes. See Matthew 5:8.

55. Our inheriting Adam's sin. See Romans 5.

56. Turning water into wine, feeding the 4,000 and 5,000, raising Lazarus, walking
on water, stopping the storm, healing the blind, etc.

57. This saying is not in the Bible. A similar proverb is in Proverbs 13:24.

58. Hebrew and a few chapters in Aramaic (mainly in Daniel).

59. The New Testament.

60. Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Persia, Greece and Rome.

61. Anointed.

62. False.

63. Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5.

64. Solomon.

65. Genesis.

66. Judah.

67. Passover (or Unleavened Bread), Pentecost (or Weeks), Tabernacles, Sabbath,
Trumpets, Day of Atonement. Hanukkah is not in the Bible.

68. John the Baptist. See Matt. 11:11.

69. Daniel.

70. Caesar Augustus.

71. False. Moses died in the Wilderness. Joshua led Israel into the Land.

72. Regeneration.

73. This is in Poor Richard's Almanac by Benjamin Franklin, not the Bible.

74. John 1:1, 8:24,58, 20:28, Rom. 9:5, Titus 2:13, I Tim. 3:16, etc.

75. Matthew, Chapter 2.

76. All of these.

77. The Church. See Revelation 21.

78. The Law, the Prophets, and the Psalms (or Writings). See Luke 24:44.
79. God chose only some to be saved. See Eph. 1, Rom. 9, John 15:16, etc.

80. No errors at all. See John 17:17, "Thy Word is truth.".

81. It is not in the Bible at all.

82. Samuel, Elijah, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Peter.

83. Called-out assembly.

84. Rom. 3:20,28, 5:1, Gal. 2:16, 3:11, Eph. 2:8-9, Titus 3:5, etc.

85. Love. See I Cor. 13:13.

86. Luke.

87. A real place. Also known as Gehenna and the Lake of Fire.

88. Eve, Sarah, Ruth, Esther, Mary.

89. John.

90. Only the High Priest.

91. Faith.

92. This is the term for the Five Books of Moses. It is also known as the Torah.

93. Luke.

94. Ephesians 5:22,25; Col. 3:18-19 (cf. Also I Peter 3:1,7).

95. Fallen angels.

96. Mary.

97. Acts (16:31).

98. King Ahab.

99. John the Baptist.

100. Matt. 28:19, Luke 3:22, II Cor. 13:14, Eph. 2:18, I Peter 1:2, etc.

 This book of the Bible contains the accounts


about Noah and Abraham.
 ***Genesis
 Exodus
 Leviticus
 Deuteronomy
Q.4
Which of these was one of the plagues brought
upon Egypt?
 the Nile river dried up
 40 days of darkness
 ***dust turned into insects
 all the male children died
Q.5
Paul wrote that the love of this is the root of all
evil.
 self
 ***money
 prominence
 comfort
Q.6
All of these are books of the Bible except:
 ***Elijah
 Esther
 Ruth
 Joel
Q.7
This is where the soldiers found Jesus to arrest
him and bring him before Pontius Pilate.
 Nazareth
 ***Garden of Gethsemane
 temple in Jerusalem
 Galilee
Q.8
He denied Jesus three times before the rooster
crowed, just as Jesus foretold.
 John
 Judas
 ***Peter
 Thomas
Q.9
This king lost God’s favor and tried to kill David.
 Mordecai
 Josiah
 Nathan
 ***Saul
Q.10
When Jesus was a young boy, his family traveled
to Jerusalem for the festival. When they
returned, they accidentally left him behind and
returned to find him here.
 marketplace
 ***temple
 dusty road
 Legoland
Q.11
This book was written by King Solomon and
contains many wise sayings.
 Psalms
 1 Kings
 Judges
 ***Proverbs
Q.12
In his first miracle, Jesus turns water into this at
a wedding in Cana.
 oil
 perfume
 ***wine
 tea
Q.13
God parted this body of water to help His people
escape Pharaoh and his army.
 Nile River
 ***Red Sea
 Dead Sea
 Jordan River
Q.14
Resembling frost, these white flakes that taste
like thin cakes made with honey fell from the sky
and miraculously fed God’s people while they
were wandering in the desert.
 ***manna
 matzo
 wafers
 fermented cakes
Q.15
This queen traveled a long distance to visit King
Solomon because his wisdom was legendary.
 Queen Jezebel
 Queen of Persia
 ***Queen of Sheba
 Queen Esther
Q.16
Matthew chapters 5 through 7 contain many of
Jesus’ most-quoted teachings. Collectively, they
are known as:
 The Beatitudes
 ***Sermon on the Mount
 The Golden Rule
 The Way
Q.17
David fought and defeated Goliath because
Goliath taunted God and His people. Goliath was
a member of this army.
 ***Philistine
 Roman
 Babylonian
 Persian
Q.18
God gave this as a promise never again to
destroy man and animals with a great flood.
 burning bush
 Mt. Ararat
 ***rainbow
 ark of the covenant
Q.19
This day, called the Sabbath day, was to be
devoted to spiritual things.
 sixth day
 ***seventh day
 first day
 fifth day
Q.20
True or false: Babylon gets its name from Babel,
meaning “confusion,” because it was at the
tower of Babel that God caused people to speak
different languages.
 ***True
 False
Q.21
Jesus said that if someone slaps you on your
right cheek, you should do what?
 Slap him on his left cheek.
 Slap him on his right cheek.
 ***Turn and offer him your left cheek.
 Take him to court.
Q.22
Which one was NOT a brother of Joseph, the son
of Jacob?
 ***Ishmael
 Reuben
 Simeon
 Benjamin

1. How many books are there in the Bible?


2. How many books are there in the Old Testament?
3. How many books are there in the New Testament?
4. Which is the shortest book in the Bible?
5. Which is the longest book in the Bible?
6. Which is the shortest chapter in the Bible?
7. Which is the longest chapter in the Bible?
8. Which is the shortest verse in the Bible?
9. Which is the longest verse in the Bible?
10. Which chapter of which book has been calculated as being at
the middle of the Bible?
11. Which is the first book in the Bible?
12. Which is the last book in the Bible?
13. Which is the first book in the New Testament?
14. Which is the last book in the Old Testament?
15. In what year was the Authorised Version of the Bible first
produced?
16. Which English monarch was responsible for the Authorised
Version of the Bible?
17. What are the first three words of the book of Genesis?
18. Which other book begins with the same three words?
19. In what language was most of the Old Testament originally
written?
20. In what language was most of the New Testament written?
ANSWERS:
1. Sixty Six (66)
2. Thirty Nine (39)
3. Twenty Seven (27)
4. 2nd Epistle of John (by number of verses: 13) 3rd Epistle of John
(by number of words)
5. Psalms (150 Chapters))
6. Psalm 117 (2 verses)
7. Psalm 119 (176 verses)
8. John 11 v 35 (2 words: �Jesus wept�)
9. Esther 8 v 9 (78 words)
10. Psalm 118
11. Genesis
12. Revelation
13. Matthew
14. Malachi
15. 1611
16. King James
17. �In the beginning�
18. Gospel of John
19. Hebrew
20. Greek
============================================
1. Is the Epistle to the Colossians in the Old Testament or the New
Testament?
2. What was Abraham and Sarah's son's name?
3. The parable of the Ten Virgins is mentioned only in one Gospel. Is it in
Matthew or Luke?
4. How many soldiers were with Peter in his cell - 1,2 or 3?
5. How many angels were given trumpets when the seventh seal, in
Revelation, was opened in heaven - 5, 7 or 12?
6. Which servant girl answered the door to Peter and left without opening
the door?
7. When Peter was rescued by an angel from prison, whose house did he
go to?
8. Were Jesus' disciples invited to the wedding where Jesus changed the
water into wine? Yes or No.
9. Who did the Prodigal Son hire himself out to when he lost all his
money?
10. To whom did Jesus say, "Dear woman, why do you involve me? My
time has not yet come?"
11. Is honour your Father and your Mother the 5th or 6th commandment?
12. What is the 5th commandment?
13. How many times did Daniel pray each day (2,3 or 4 times)?
14. Which king ate grass?
15. Which captain came to slay Daniel - Arioch, Armoni or Azbuk?
16. What happened to Daniel's enemies after Daniel was freed from the
lion's den?
17. Is the book of Ruth in the Old or the New Testament?
18. How many chapters are there in the book of Isaiah - 66,67 or 70?
19. How old was Mephibosheth when his nurse dropped him?
20. How many wings on a Seraphim?
ANSWERS

1. New Testament
2. Isaac
3. Matthew
4. Two (2)
5. Seven (7)
6. Rhoda
7. Mary's
8. Yes
9. To an inhabitant in the country he was in
10. To his Mother
11. 5th
12. Honour thy Father and thy Mother
13. Three (3) times a day
14. Nebuchadnezzar
15. Arioch
16. They were thrown into the lion's den
17. Old Testament
18. 66 Sixty Six (66)
19. Five (5) Years
20. Six (6)

Catholic Bible Quiz? / Information?


1. Pope John Paul II instituted a new set of mysteries to the
Rosary called the Luminous Mysteries. It is suggested by
the Church to say these mysteries on Thursdays.
2. The 3rd Glorious Mystery of the Rosary is the Descent of
the Holy Spirit.
3. Saul saw Jesus as a bright light on his way to Damascus.
4. The first Christian in the New Testament, as well as the
first evangelist, was Mary .
5. Paul describes Jesus as the new Adam .
6. The Ark of the Covenant contained three items,
according to Paul, including the Word of God, manna, & the
Rod of Aaron that re-sprouted.
7. There are at least 3 righteous people mentioned in the
Book of Luke,Elizabeth, Zechariah, and Simeon .
8. According to the Bible, satan is the prince of the air.
9. The first murderer in human history was Cain.
10. Adam and Eve's third son was named Seth.
11. Jesus is a priest forever, in the order of Melchizedek.
12. False--The Catholic Church added the 7 books of the
"apocrypha" to the Bible after the Protestant
Reformation. (Luther took them out during the Protestant
Reformation).
13. False--The Bible condemns all tradition. (Paul says to
hold fast to the traditions he taught, either orally or in
writing).
14. The Liturgy of the Hours draws mainly from the Biblical
book of Psalms.
15. David was completely forgiven for his sin by God, but
still had to endure the death of his child as punishment.
16. Simeon told Mary that a sword would pierce her heart.
17. Psalm 22 foretells the crucifixion of Jesus and that lots
would be cast for his clothes.
18. Bethlehem means House of Bread.
19. The prophet Micah foretold that Jesus would be born in
Bethlehem.
20. The prophet Isaiah foretold that Jesus would be born of
a virgin.
21. The prophet Zechariah foretold that Jesus would be sold
for 30 pieces of silver.
22. Judith chopped off the head of General Holofernes,
saving Israel. She is a biblical type of Mary, who crushes the
head of the serpent, saving the Church.
23. Elijah was caught up to heaven in a whirlwind. Just
prior to that, Elisha asked for and received a double portion
of his spirit.
24. Saul went to the Witch of Endor to get her to conjure up
Samuel from the dead.
25. False - Witchcraft, sorcery, and divination are not
condemned by the Bible.(The bible equates these
abominations with murder).
26. James & John asked Jesus if he should rain fire down on
a Samaritan village.
27. Jesus appeared to his unknowing disciples after the
Resurrection on the road to Emmaus .
28. In John chapter 6, Jesus told his disciples that if they
eat His Body and drink His Blood they would abide in him,
and he in them.
29. The angel Gabriel called Mary full of grace, rather than
by her name.
30. David was an Old Testament Prophet and King, who was
a shepherd, was born in Bethlehem, started his Kingship at
30 years of age, and foretold that evil men would cast lots
for the Messiah's clothes.
31. Following the death of King Solomon in 930 BC,the
nation of Israel split into the Northern Kingdom,
called Israel, and the southern Kingdom, called Judah.
32. Of the 12 tribes of Israel, 10 were in the northern
kingdom, and 2 were in the southern kingdom.
33. The capital of the northern kingdom was Samaria, while
the capital of the southern kingdom was Jerusalem.
34. In 722 BC, the northern kingdom was taken captive
by Assyria.
35. In 587 BC, the southern kingdom was taken captive
by Babylon.
36. The southern kingdom eventually returned home after
70 years of exile.
37. The northern kingdom assimilated with pagan countries
and was never heard from again.
38. Jesus said that a kingdom divided against
itself cannot stand.
39. According to 2 Maccabees, Jeremiah buried the Ark of
the Covenant containing the 10 Commandments in a cave
on or near Mount Nebo.
40. Also according to 2 Maccabees, the long dead
prophet Jeremiah appeared to the former high priest Onias
and to Judas Maccabee and presented a golden sword to
Judas. Onias said the prophet prays much for the people
and the holy city.
41. Straight out of the Bible, the Seven Sorrows of Mary
are the Prophecy of Simeon, the Flight into Egypt, Jesus is
lost in the Temple, Mary meets Jesus on the way to His
Crucifixion, The Crucifixion, Mary takes Jesus down from the
Cross, Mary lays Jesus in His Tomb.
42. King Antiochus, a biblical type of the antichrist, in 2 Maccabees desecrated the Jewish temple.
43. The Feast of the Re-dedication of this temple, attended by Jesus in John 10, is known today as
Hannukah.
44. The name "Maccabee" means "Hammer" in English.

1. The Ten Commandments were written on Tablets of ----?


Answer: Stone

2. Who was the first Woman?


Answer: Eve

3. What is the longest word in the Bible?


Answer: Maher-shalal-hash-baz (Isaiah 8:1)

4. She was the sister of Moses and daughter of Amram?


Answer: Miriam

5. How many books does the Old Testament comprise of?


Answer: 39 or 46 (39 in Protestant versions, 46 in the Catholic Bible).
The 7 extra are known as the Deutorocanonical books.

6. How many books does the New Testament comprise of?


Answer: 27

7. How many chapters are in the Old Testament?


Answer: 929

8. Who wished he could return to eternal darkness and cursed the day he was born?
Answer:Job (3:3)

9. What is the English meaning of the Greek word "gospel"?


Answer: Good news

10.What is the shortest chapter in the Bible?


Psalm 117
11.What is the longest chapter in the Bible?
Psalm 119

12.What is the smallest book in the Old Testament?


Answer: Obadiah

13.Name the twelve Apostles.


Answer: Peter (also known as Simon Peter), 2. Andrew (the brother of Simon Peter), 3.
James (the son of Zebedee), 4. John (the brother of James), 5. Philip, 6. Bartholomew 7.
Thomas, 8. Matthew, 9. James the Less (the son of Alphaeus), 10. Jude Thaddeus (also
known as Judas the brother of James), 11. Simon the Zealot, 12. Judas Iscariot (who
betrayed Jesus)

14.Name the four gospels in the New Testament.


Answer: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John

15.What is the shortest verse in the Bible?


Answer: John 11:35

16.How many verses are there in the Bible?


Answer: 31,102 (23,145 in the Old Testament and 7,957 in the New Testament).

17.What is another name for the New Testament book of prophecy?


Answer: Revelation

18.Which gospel write was the first of the Evangelists and wrote the gospel in Hebrew?
Answer: Matthew

19.Which apostle was was given the authority to cast out unclean spirits and to heal the sick?
Answer: Simon the ‘Zealot’

20. Which bible book says, "The wages of sin is death"?


Answer: Romans 6:23

1. Q. How many books are in the Bible? (Old Testament?) (New Testament?)
A.66 (39) (27)
2. Q. What was the name of the shepherd boy who became the second king in Israel?
A.David
3. Q. How many brothers did Joseph have?
A. 11. He also had 1 sister.
4. Q. Who were the parents of Cain and Abel?
A. Adam and Eve
5. Q. Noah sent out 2 different kinds of birds from the Ark. What were they?
A. Raven and Dove
6. Q. After the flood, what sign did God give that He would not destroy the earth with a flood
again?
A. Rainbow
7. Q. Who did Boaz marry?
A. Ruth
8. Q. Abraham traveled with his nephew. What was his nephew’s name?
A. Lot
9. Q. What was the name of Joseph’s baby brother?
A. Benjamin
10. Q. Who found baby Moses in the river?
A. Pharaoh’s daughter
11. Q. What was the name of the mountain where Moses was given the 10 Commandments?
A. Mt. Sinai
12. Q. When Lot’s wife turned around and looked at the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah,
what did she turn into?
A. A pillar of salt
13. Q. What were Gideon’s weapons when he fought the Midianites?
A. Trumpets, pitchers and lamps.
14. Q. What did King Solomon ask God to give him?
A. Wisdom
15. Q. What river was Jesus baptized in?
A. Jordan River
16. Q. What was the first miracle of Jesus recorded in the Bible?
A. Turning the water into wine.
17. Q. What kind of work did Zacchaeus do?
A. Tax collector
18. Q. When Jesus was on the Mount of Transfiguration, who were the Old Testament men who
appeared with Him?
A. Moses and Elijah
19. Q. Who was in prison with Paul in Philippi when they were singing and there was an
earthquake?
A. Silas
The next question is my all-time favorite question to ask children in a Bible quiz.
20. Q. How many of each animal did Moses bring into the Ark?
A. None. Moses led the people of Israel out of Egypt. It was Noah who was on the Ark.

Easy questions (boys brigade bible quiz)


1. Name three Israelite kings.
(Saul, David, Solomon)

2. Who built the ark?


(Noah)

3. Where did Jesus grow up?


(Nazareth)

4. Who lived in Ur and moved to a country he did not know?


(Abraham)

5. What happened first? Murder of Abel or the great flood?


(Murder of Abel)

6. What was the name of the blind beggar at the gate of


Jericho?
(Bartimaeus)

7. Was Goliath a Philistine or an Egyptian?


(Philistine)

8. What was Jacob’s brother called?


(Esau)

9. What happened first? The exodus of Egypt or the „fall of


Jericho”?
(Exodus)
10. How many years of famine did Joseph prophesise to the
Pharaohs?
(seven)

11. Which books come before and after the gospel according
to Luke?
(The gospels according to Mark and John)

12. What was Jacob’s youngest son called?


(Benjamin)

13. Where do we first hear about a shepherd?


(Abel, 1. Moses 4,2)

14. Who said: „How long will you waver between two
opinions?”
(Elijah on Mount Carmel)

15. Which two birds did Noah send out of the ark as
messengers?
(Raven and dove)

16. Who said: „I myself, and my house, want to serve the


Lord!”?
(Joshua)

17. Which commander had leprosy?


(Naemann)

18. Which towns were destroyed by fire and brimstone?


(Sodom and Gomorrah)

19. Name three of Jesus’ disciples whose names begin with


„J”.
(James, John and Judas)

20. How many people were saved on the ark?


(8)

21. Who had a coat made of camel hair and ate locusts and
wild honey?
(John the Baptist)

22. Who said to whom: „A person sees what is in front of his


eyes but God sees the heart”?
(God to Samuel)

23. What is quoted in John 14,6?


(I am the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the
father except through me).

24. Which type of animal did Balaam ride?


(A donkey)

25. What type of tree did Zaccariah climb?


(Mulberry-fig tree)
Medium questions (Teenager bible quiz)
1. Who commanded the sun and moon to stay still?
(Joshua)

2. For which type of tree was Lebanon well known?


(Cedar)

3. How did Stephanus die?


(Stoned to death)

4. Where was Jesus taken prisoner?


(Gethsemane)

5. Which biblical book tells of David and Goliath?


(1. Samuel)

6. Is Horeb the name of a town or a mountain?


(A mountain)

7. Where did a jailer find his faith?


(Philippi)

8. What were the two sons of Zebadee (one of the disciples)


called?
(John and James)

9. Which book reports on the missionary travels of Paul?


(The Acts of the Apostles)

10. What was Jacob’s eldest son called?


(Rueben)

11. Name three prisoners mentioned in the bible.


(Joseph, Samson, Paul)

12. Who prophesised the coming of Jesus shortly beforehand?


(John the Baptist)

13. What were the names of the mother and grandmother of


Jacob?
(Rebecca, Sara)

14. Name three prophets?


(Elijah, Jeremiah, Jonah)

15. What happened first? Jesus’ christening or the feeding of


the 5000?
(Jesus’ christening)

16. Name three missionaries named in the bible.


(Paul, Silas, Barnabas)

17. What was Ruth’s husband called?


(Boas)

18. Which illness did Mephiboseth suffer from?


(He was lame)
19. What came first? Elias ascension or Enoch’s rapture?
(Enoch’s rapture)

20. Who made the golden calf and the bronze snake?
(Aaron, Moses)

21. Name three women in the bible whose names begin with
„R”.
(Rebecca, Rachel, Ruth)

22. Which king had a sundial?


(Hezekiah)

23. Which disciple found a coin in the mouth of a fish?


(Peter)

24. What was Harn’s father called? What were his brothers
called?
(Noah, Shem, Japheth)

25. What is written in 1. Timothy 2,4?


(God wants all people to be saved and come to recognise
the truth.)

Difficult questions (youth bible quiz)


1. Name three soldiers mentioned in the bible.
(Joab, Naemann, Cornelius)

2. In which book of the bible to we read about Haman?


(Esther)

3. Which 3 books of the old testament begin with the letter


„M”?
(Moses, Micah, Malachi)

4. Which Roman was in charge of cultivation in Syria at the


time of Jesus’ birth?
(Cyrenius)

5. What happened first? Preacher Paul on the Areopagus or


the execution of Jacob?
(Execution of Jacob)

6. What were the names of Abraham’s brothers?


(Nahor, Haran)

7. What was the name of a female judge and her companion?


(Deborah, Barak)

8. What happened first? Appointment of Matthew as an


apostle or the appearance of the Holy Spirit?
(Appointment of Matthew as an apostle)

9. What was the goddess in Ephesus called who was


worshipped the most?
(Diana)
10. What was Priscilla’s husband called; which job did he
have?
(Aquila, tent maker)

11. Name three sons of David.


(Salomon, Absalom, Nathan)

12. Who was Bernice?


(The wife of king Agrippa)

13. What happened first? The beheading of John or the


feeding of the 5000?
(John was beheaded)

14. Who was Ahasveros?


(A Persian king, Xerxes 1.)

15. Where in the bible are apples mentioned for the first time?
(Proverbs 25,11)

16. Who said: „See, I have not heard the half of it. You have
more knowledge and goodness than me, this is rumour I
have heard”.
(The queen of Saba to Solomon)

17. What was the great-grandson of Boa called?


(David)

18. Who said: „It won’t take much more for you to convince to
become a Christian”?
(Agrippa to Paul)

19. Who was Zippora?


(Moses’ wife)

20. How old did Enoch become?


(365 years old)

21. Who said: „Philistines rule over you!”?


(Delilah to Samson)

22. What was Timotheus grandmother called?


(Lois)

23. Consider what a great forest is set on fire by a small


spark.
(The tongue/James 3,5)

24. Which names were Daniel and his three friends given in
Babylon?
(Belshazzar, Sadrach, Mesach, Abednego)

25. What is written in 2. Corinthians 5,20?


(We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors as though God
were making his appeal through us; We implore you on
God’s behalf: Be reconciled with God!)
Very difficult questions | Expert bible quiz
1. What does Jahwe-Schammah mean?
(God himself/Ezekiel 48,35)

2. How much bread and fish was available to feed the 5000?
How many baskets were left over?
(7 x bread and several small fish, 7 baskets/Matthew 15,3)

3. What is the name of the storm winds which can hit Crete?
(Euroklydon/Acts. 27,14)

4. How many wonders did Elijah and Elisa perform?


(Elisa performed exactly twice as many as Elijah.
Deliverance 2. Kings 2,9)

5. When was Passover celebrated? Day and month.


(14th day of the 1st month)

6. What was the name of the first tool maker in the bible?
(Tubalkain/1. Moses 4,22)

7. What did Jacob call the place where he fought with God?
(Pniel/1. Moses 32,30)

8. How many chapters does the book Jeremiah have? How


many verses does the letter of Judas have?
(52, 25)

9. What is written in Romans 1,20+21a?


(For since the creation of the world God’s invisible
qualities, his eternal power and divine nature, have been
clearly seen, being understood from what has been made,
so that men are without excuse. For although they knew
God they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to
him.)

10. Who is Peter’s first letter addressed to?


(The dispersed strangers)

11. Where is “Satan’s throne”?


(In purgatory/Revelations 2,12.13)

12. These promote controversies rather than God’s work –


which is by faith (1Timothy 1,4).
(Tales, gender register)

13. What happened with the animals which were killed as a


sacrifice?
(They were burned outside of the camp /3 Mo 4,1-12)

14. What was shown on the high priest’s head band?


( Holiness of Jahwe/2. Mo 39,30)

15. What was Job’s mother called?


(Zeruja/2 Samuel 2,13)
16. How many wonders did God perform?
(They cannot be counted/Job 5,8.9)

17. Which job/position in Israelite society did Ezra have?


(Land cultivator/Ezra 7,1; priest, scribe/Ezra 7,11)

18. What were the two columns called on the temple built by
Solomon?
(Jakin, Boas/l kings 7,21)

19. Which books come before and after Daniel?


(Ezekiel, Hosea)

20. Who said: „His blood comes over us and our children”?
(The people of Israel at the release of Barrabas)

21. Which spirit was in the possessed girl in Philippi?


(A python spirit/Acts 16,16)

22. Which thing were the only things to be taken over from the
Old Testament during the council of Apostles in Jerusalem?
(Instead we should write to them, telling them to abstain
from food polluted by idols, from sexual immorality, from
the meat of strangled animals and from blood / Acts 15,20)

23. What did Epaphroditus do?


(He brought Paul a gift from the Philippians 2,25-27; 4,18)

24. Where did Paul leave his coat?


(In Troas, Carpus)

25. How many years went by before Paul moved back to


Jerusalem?
(14 years/Galatians 2,1)