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Biblical History Quiz


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Who was instructed by God to build "The Ark"?
God instucted Noah to build the ark.
In what city was Jesus Christ the Son of God born?
Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem of Judea.
How old was Adam ( the first man) when his 3rd Son Seth was born?
Adam was 130 years old when Seth was born.
How old was Adam when he died?
Adam lived to be 930 years old.
Noah had 3 sons that assisted him in building the ark. Name them?
There names are Shem, Ham, and Japheth.
According to the book of Genesis God instructed Noah to take along animals, clean and unclean. How many animals were taken of each?
Noah was instructed to take two of each unclean animal and seven of each clean animal. Male and female of every fowl of the air, and of cattle of their kind, and of every creeping thing of the earth after his kind.
According to the book of Genesis and the book of 2 Kings their were two men who never saw death. Who are they?
These two men were Enoch and Elijah. In the book of Genesis Enoch was taken by God. In the book of 2 Kings Elijah was taken in a chariot of fire.
In Modern time we may draw straws or flip a coin to help make a decision but in ancient times this was a custom or rite used to make decisions. What is this custom?
This custom was the casting of lots. Several stones or perhaps gems may have even been cast from a clay jug to make important decisions.
Throughout the Bible there are many covenants between God and his people. What is a covenant?
A covenant is an agreement between two people or two organizations.
According to the book of Genesis God made man without sin. However He also made man with a free will. In the book of Genesis Man falls into sin. Who tempts Man into this sin?
Man was tempted into sin by Satan, who took the form of a serpent and tempted Eve into eating of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Eve convinced Adam of committing the same sin.
According to the Bible who was the first King of Israel?
Saul was the first King of Israel.
How long has it been since the birth of Jesus Christ?
According to the Bible it has been 2000+ years since the birth of Jesus Christ.
According to the book of Genesis the oldest man ever to live was 969 years old. Who was he?
Methuselah was the oldest living man recorded in the Bible.
In 753 B.C. this important ancient civilization was founded. What was it?
Rome was founded in 753 B.C.
Who succeeded Saul as the King of Israel?
King David was the successor to the throne of Israel.
How long was David the King of Israel?
David was the King of Israel for 40 years (1011 B.C. - 971 B.C.)
Who succeeded David as the King of Israel?
David's son Solomon was the successor of his throne. He became the 3rd ruler of Israel and he was also known for his abundant wisdom.
What Middle Eastern city was named after Caesar Augustus?
The city of Caesarea was named after Caesar Augustus.
Where did Jews gather to pray and study the law of Moses?
The Jews met in the synagogue to pray and study the law of Moses.
Where was the first Christian Church in Europe located and who founder this church?
The first Christian Church in Europe was located in Philippi. This church was founded by the Apostle Paul.
Thessalonica was a city in Rome. When was it founded and who founded this city?
Thessalonica was founded in 315 B.C. by the Macedonian king Cassander.
According to the Bible, Jesus Christ was killed by this method of execution used by several nations of the ancient world. What is this method called?
This method of execution is called crucifixion.
Pergamos was the capital city in the Roman province of the Asian Minor where parchment, and a superior writing material, was developed and manufactured. John, the author of Revelations speaks of a church within this city warning them against compromise w
The town of Bergama occupies this site.
In what year did the kingdom of Israel divide into the two nations of Judah and Israel?
Israel divided in the year of 931 B.C.

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