Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Old and New Testament Trivia
|Who did Jesus claim was greater than all other men?||Bible Trivia
John. That was quite a compliment coming from One who was flawless!
An unknown man. Judges 16:19 says, 'She made him sleep upon her knees; and she called a man, and had him shave off the seven locks of his head.'
He didn't. He was one of only two characters in the Bible not to die. He was taken up in a whirlwind in II Kings 2:11.
|In which book is 'The Day of the Lord' explicitly mentioned most frequently (New International Version)?||Bible Trivia
Joel. It is explicitly mentioned 5 times in the tiny book of Joel, which happens to have repentance as its theme. Coincidence? I don't think so!
|What are the last words attributed to Jesus on the cross in the Gospel of Mark (New International Version)?||Bible Trivia
'My God, my God, why have You forsaken me?'. Actually, He said (in Aramaic), 'Eloi, Eloi. La' ma sabachthani?' (Mark 15:34). The correct answer is the translation of that line.
Joshua. Joshua was such a great leader that his men supported him even when his battle plan for Jericho defied all conventional military strategy.
|Who is credited with writing the Book of Revelation?||Bible Trivia
John. Perhaps the most interpretively challenging book in the Bible, the study of which is part of Eschatology, or, 'study of the end times.'
|Who wrote the vast majority of the New Testament books?||Bible Trivia
Paul. Actually, they aren't books, but epistles, or letters.
|How many days were the Jews forbidden to eat leavened bread at Passover?||More Bible Trivia
7. Passover was also known as the feast of the unleavened bread.
|David killed Goliath with stones. How many did he put in his bag before he went to fight Goliath?||More Bible Trivia
Jezebel. It was Jezebel who later sought to kill Elijah.
Abner. Abner was later murdered by Joab when David came to power. 2 Sam. 3:30
|During the the Feast of Weeks, what kind of offering was to be given to the Lord?||More Bible Trivia
a freewill offering. Deut. 16:10 They were to give a freewill offering according to the blessing the Lord had given them.
|What was the name of the child God gave Eve to replace her dead son Abel?||More Bible Trivia
the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. The Bible mentions it was the 'fruit' of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, not an apple tree like everyone thinks. Gen 3:2
sister to Moses and Aaron. Numbers 26:59
swine do not chew cud. Edible animals had to have cloven hooves and chew cud.
|Jesus visited the home of Mary and Martha. Martha was upset because Mary sat at Jesus' feet and listened to him speak. What were the first words he said to Martha?||More Bible Trivia
'Martha, Martha'. Martha did all the preparing of food for Jesus' visit to their home while Mary sat at Jesus' feet and listened to him preach. Martha asked Jesus if he would tell Mary to help. Jesus replied, 'Martha, Martha, you worry about many things.' Luke 10:41
|Who is the Messiah, according to the New Testament of the Bible?||Fun Bible Trivia
|In the Book of Titus, whose name is given as the letter's author?||Fun Bible Trivia
Paul. Like several other letters attributed to Paul, the authorship of Titus is disputed by modern scholars. A theologian living nearly a century afterward may have attributed it to Paul as a tribute.
Job. It is also mentioned in Psalms and Isaiah.
Ehud. Judges 3. The king in question was Eglon of Moab.
|Which book of the Protestant Bible doesn't mention God whatsoever?||Fun Bible Trivia
the lake of fire. Revelation 20:10 'And the devil who deceived them was thrown into the lake of fire and brimstone where the beast and false prophet are. They will be tormented day and night forever and ever.' It is also in Matthew 25:41.
|What church in the third chapter of the Book of Revelation had a reputation for being alive, but was dead?||Trivia From The Bible
Sardis. Revelation 3:1 It was to the church at Sardis that Jesus said, 'I know your deeds; you have a reputation for being alive, but you are dead.'
|Who made the following statement: 'My Lord and my God!' as he realised that Jesus had risen?||Trivia From The Bible
Thomas. John 20:28 Thomas is the one who said, 'Unless I see the nail marks in his hands and put my fingers where the nails were, and put my hand in his side, I will not believe.' When Thomas saw and felt Jesus he said, 'My Lord and my God.' Jesus then said to him, 'Because you have seen Me, you have believed. Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.'