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  10 Question Fractured Bible Books Quiz   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Each clue sounds like the name of a Bible book -- for example, "He bruise" corresponds to Hebrews. See if you can name the King James Version book for each fractured clue.
Average, 10 Qns, CellarDoor, May 06 17
CellarDoor gold member
4829 plays
  Fractured Old Testament Bible Characters    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Let's have some tongue fumbling fun, and visit some Old Testament Bible characters. Can you guess the Bible character name, based on the sound these scrambled phrases make? There are 10 questions, all fill in the blank.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, exceller, Jan 25 22
Very Easy
exceller gold member
Jan 25 22
381 plays
  Fractured Biblical Figures    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A fractured quiz on ten of the more well known biblical figures. Say the given words out aloud to hear the name of the real figure which is the answer each time.
Easier, 10 Qns, Creedy, Apr 23 17
Creedy gold member
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  Say It Again Samuel    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Decipher the fractured words and phrases to see the Biblical words and stories.
Easier, 10 Qns, kino76, Nov 04 16
kino76 gold member
198 plays
  10 Fractured Bible Books Questions    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
In this quiz, I will give you ten fractured books of the Bible. All you have to do is say the question aloud, and you should hear a Bible book. The New World Translation (NWT) is used throughout the quiz.
Average, 10 Qns, salami_swami, May 18 12
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532 plays

Fractures Trivia Questions

1. Eaten by John the Baptist in the desert: LOCK US TAINT DUN HAY

From Quiz
Say It Again Samuel

Answer: Locust and Honey & Locusts and Honey

John the Baptist was a prophet responsible for baptising Jesus. He was beheaded, ordered by King Herod, at the behest of his step-daughter Salome. A description of John the Baptist can be found in Matthew 3:4: "Now John wore clothing of camel's hair with a leather belt around his waist, and his food was locusts and wild honey."

2. The fifth book of the Bible: JUTE HERE OWN GNOME ME

From Quiz Say It Again Samuel

Answer: Deuteronomy

The book of Deuteronomy consists of sermons presented by Moses to the Israelites. The book consists of a recounting of the 40 year travel through the wilderness, a set of laws of worship are set down and the penalties for breaking said laws. Prior to the end of the book, Moses passes the mantle of leadership to Joshua and goes up Mount Nebo to die and be buried by God.

3. Chest containing the Ten Commandments: YAR COUGHED HECK OVEN AUNT

From Quiz Say It Again Samuel

Answer: Ark of the Covenant

The Ark of the Covenant is described in the book of Exodus, second book of the Bible. It is described as wooden, covered in gold. It contained the stone tablets on which were inscribed the Ten Commandments as well as Aaron's rod and manna.

4. Classic story of a shepherd and a Philistine: DAY VER DAN GOAL EYE HEARTH

From Quiz Say It Again Samuel

Answer: David and Goliath

The story of David and Goliath is found in the book of Samuel. During the war between the Israelites and Philistines, Goliath (a gigantic man), taunted the Israelites daily asking for a warrior to fight him. David, eschewing armour, slew Goliath with a sling. He was to become the future king of Israel.

5. Verge Gin Mare Re

From Quiz Fractured Biblical Figures

Answer: Virgin Mary

Mary, the virgin mother of Christ, conceived her son, Jesus, by the power of the Holy Spirit. She gave birth to him in a lowly stable in Bethlehem, a village to which she had travelled with her new husband, Joseph, for the taking of a census. Part of her son's life right up until his crucifixion, she was there, heart-broken, at that dreadful scene. On her death many years later, she was taken directly to heaven.

6. A jumble of languages: TAU HER OFF BAY BILE

From Quiz Say It Again Samuel

Answer: Tower of Babel

The story of the Tower of Babel is told in Genesis. Following the great flood, all people spoke one language. In the land of Shinar, mankind decided to build a tall tower, tall enough to reach heaven. God was displeased and mixed their language so that they could not understand each other and this caused them to forego the building of the tower and disperse worldwide.

7. Egg lease see at steeds

From Quiz Fractured Bible Books

Answer: Ecclesiastes

Ecclesiastes is traditionally viewed as the thoughts and wisdom of King Solomon, referred to in the text as "the Preacher, the son of David, king in Jerusalem" (Ecclesiastes 1:1). In beautiful and poetic language, Solomon muses that earthly pursuits are "vanity of vanities" (Ecclesiastes 1:2; 12:8) if they are not done with God in mind and heart. Ecclesiastes is filled with memorable passages, but modern music-lovers are perhaps most familiar with Ecclesiastes 3:1-8, which begins, "To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die ..." This passage was set to music by folk artist Pete Seeger; he added only one line to the original words, namely "I swear it's not too late" after the mention of "a time for peace". Its most popular version was released as "Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season)" by the Byrds in 1965.

8. A temptress who caused the downfall of a powerful judge: DELL EYE LAH

From Quiz Say It Again Samuel

Answer: Delilah

Samson was a judge of Israel, mentioned in the book of Judges. Samson was blessed with enormous strength and his exploits included killing an entire army with a donkey's jawbone, killing a lion and single handedly destroying a Philistine temple by hand. One provision was that he not cut his hair, lest he lose his strength. Delilah was a woman he fell in love with and she betrayed him by allowing the Philistines to cut his hair while he was sleeping.

9. Saunas all love men

From Quiz Fractured Bible Books

Answer: Song of Solomon

The Song of Solomon, also known as the Song of Songs, is a book of love poetry attributed to King Solomon. Frequently read at weddings, it alternates between the perspectives of a man and a woman as they woo each other, using intimate and physical language. "Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth," says the woman, "for thy love is better than wine." (Song of Solomon 1:2). This book is often understood as an allegory for the love between God and His people: the children of Israel from a Jewish perspective, or the Church in a Christian reading. In this interpretation, God is bound to humanity in the same intimate way that two spouses are bound to each other.

10. One of the Old Testament Books of Wisdom in the Bible (KJV): HICK LEE ZEE ASHED EASE

From Quiz Say It Again Samuel

Answer: Ecclesiastes

The author of the book of Ecclesiastes is not named, but he describes himself as "Son of David, king in Jerusalem". The book is a discussion about the meaning and correct way to live ones life.

11. Due Tore Awe Numb Me

From Quiz Fractured Bible Books

Answer: Deuteronomy

It is believed by some that Deuteronomy was written by Moses while in the Plains of Moab. It was written in 1473 BCE, and covers only a two-month span of that year. It can be found in the New World Translation between Numbers and Joshua.

12. Nick Hoe Dim Mass

From Quiz Fractured Biblical Figures

Answer: Nicodemus

The Pharisee Nicodemus is a goodly man who is converted to the faith of Jesus, after his conversation with the Lord. He appeared three times is a reading of the Gospel of John. The first is his in depth conversation on matters of faith with Jesus, the second is when he reminds his previous colleagues that a person should be heard before being taken to face judgement, and the third is when he provides the spices used by Joseph of Arimathea to embalm the body of Jesus following his crucifixion.

13. Sinful cities destroyed by God: SOWED OH MANNED GORE MOE RAH

From Quiz Say It Again Samuel

Answer: Sodom and Gomorrah

Sodom and Gomorrah are primarily mentioned in the book of Genesis. They are described as wicked, sinful cities and God rains down fire and brimstone upon them. Abraham pleads with God, that if he can find but fifty righteous people the Lord will spare the cities. Lot and his family are all that are saved, save for the command to not look behind them as they flee. Lot's wife looks back and is promptly turned into a pillar of salt.

14. Frogs, locusts, blood, flies and boils: TEND PLAY GUESS TOFFEE GYPPED

From Quiz Say It Again Samuel

Answer: Ten Plagues of Egypt

According to the book of Exodus, the Lord visited ten plagues on Egypt to convince the Pharaoh to release the Israelites. The plagues were as follows: 1. Water into blood : Exodus 7:14-24 2. Frogs : Exodus 7:25-8:15 3. Lice : Exodus 8:16-19 4. Flies : Exodus 8:20-32 5. Diseased livestock: Exodus 9:1-7 6. Boils : Exodus 9:8-12 7. Rain of hail and fire : Exodus 9:13-35 8. Locusts : Exodus 10:1-20 9. Darkness for three days: Exodus 10:21-29 10. Death of firstborn:Exodus 11:1-12:36

15. Sanka Saw Law Man NOTE: This particular answer is one of many names this book goes by. It is also sometimes called "Canticles".

From Quiz Fractured Bible Books

Answer: Song of Solomon

The Song of Solomon is a book of poetry that, according to the NWT, was written by Solomon himself in 1120 BCE. The book can be shortened to simply Solomon, and is also sometimes referred to as Canticles, Song of Songs, Song of Songs of Solomon, or Canticle of Canticles. Solomon is between Ecclesiastes and Isaiah in the New World Translation.

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From Quiz Fractured Bible Books

Answer: Deuteronomy

The fifth and last book of the Torah or Pentateuch (the set of books, attributed to Moses, that begins both the Hebrew and Christian Bibles), Deuteronomy covers both history and law. It begins with a speech by Moses in the fortieth year of the Israelites' desert wanderings, describing what has happened to them up to that point and promising blessings and great things for their future. He then repeats the laws by which the people are expected to live, beginning with a recapitulation of the Ten Commandments (Deuteronomy 5:6-21; the same commandments are also given in Exodus 20:2-17). Deuteronomy also gives us the Sh'ma Yisrael, a vital prayer in Judaism. "Hear, O Israel! The Lord our God is one Lord," reads Deuteronomy 6:4, the most basic part of the Sh'ma (the full recitation includes Deuteronomy 6:4-9, 11:13-21, and Numbers 15:37-41). Subsequent passages emphasize the importance of that vital line: "And thou ... shalt talk of [these words] ... when thou liest down, and when thou risest up. And thou shalt bind them for a sign upon thine hand ... and write them upon the posts of thy house, and on thy gates" (Deuteronomy 6:7-9). The Sh'ma Yisrael, inscribed on a piece of parchment called a mezuzah and enclosed in a decorative and protective case, is affixed to the doorposts of Jewish homes around the world, in fulfilment of that command.

17. Judas betrays Jesus: GUARD ENOUGH GUESS EM HONEY

From Quiz Say It Again Samuel

Answer: Garden of Gethsemane

The Garden of Gethsemane is found at the foot of the Mount of Olives. This was the garden that Jesus and his disciples were in when Judas betrayed Jesus to the soldiers by identifying him with a kiss. This is found in the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke in the New Testament of the Bible.

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