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Sorry, I Didn't Catch Your Name
"Not everyone who played a significant role in a Bible story is famous today. What do you remember about these Bible characters whose actions were recorded but whose names were not?"
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Whose wife was famously turned into a pillar of salt after she disobediently looked back while fleeing from the city of Sodom?
This woman is known for attempting to seduce Joseph, the son of Jacob, then accusing him of attempted rape after he refused her advances. The Bible doesn't give her name; we only know that she was the wife of which man?
This woman advised her long-suffering husband to "curse God and die." Later, she gave birth to ten children, including beautiful daughters named Jemimah, Keziah, and Keren-Happuch. Whose wife was she?
This young woman showed true obedience and loyalty by keeping the difficult terms of her father's vow to God. We don't know her name, but who was her father?
A little Israelite girl, whose name is unknown, was taken captive by the Syrians during the tenth century B.C. While serving as a slave in the house of the Syrian army chief Naaman, she recommended that he visit God's prophet Elisha to be miraculously cured of what debilitating illness?
What happened to the unnamed prophet who foretold that King Josiah would destroy the altar used for false worship at Bethel?
He was captured by the Philistines
He was executed by King Jeroboam
He was killed by a lion
He was murdered by bandits
One man mentioned in the Bible would probably be glad that we don't know his name, since he refused to do his duty to his kinsman's family out of concern for his own inheritance. Instead, he passed the responsibility on to another relative, a man named Boaz. In which Bible book is this incident recorded?
What was the title, sometimes mistaken for a proper name by readers, of the Assyrian emissary who used his knowledge of the Hebrew language to taunt King Hezekiah's army?
In the early days of Christianity, Philip the Evangelizer ran alongside a man's chariot, heard him reading aloud from the book of Isaiah, and asked him if he understood what he was reading. The man was a government official, but from what country?
When Jesus was arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane, his captors noticed a young man following them. They tried to seize him, but he slipped out of his clothing and got away naked, or scantily clad. Although the Bible does not name the man, traditionally he is identified as which disciple?
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