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Quiz about Women in the Bible
Quiz about Women in the Bible

Women in the Bible Trivia Quiz


Let's face it, you don't really find many women in the Bible. But forget about all the men, because this is a quiz written specially about women in the Bible.

A multiple-choice quiz by foil7. Estimated time: 2 mins.
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Author
foil7
Time
2 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
378,811
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
Plays
883
Last 3 plays: Reveler (8/10), cms4613 (1/10), LOCKKANDKEYY (10/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. According to the Bible, who was the first woman? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. Who conceived a child with her husband, Abraham, even though she was thought to be barren? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. Who was the wife of Isaac? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. Jacob had two wives. Who were they? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. Who was the wife of Uriah and David? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. A queen went to test King Solomon's wisdom. Which country was she the queen of? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. This Jewish Queen of Persia is one of the two women who have a Biblical book named after her. Who is she? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. Not all women in the Bible were good. This one was the queen of King Ahab, and very evil. Who was she? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. Who was the mother of John the Baptist? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. Who was the mother of Jesus? Hint





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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. According to the Bible, who was the first woman?

Answer: Eve

Eve was created from a rib of Adam. She is best known for being tempted by the snake to eat the apple from the Tree of Knowledge, which God had forbidden them to do. She then gave Adam the apple and as a result of this, original sin was formed. She had at least three children, Cain, Abel, and Seth, with Adam. Her story is found in Genesis.
2. Who conceived a child with her husband, Abraham, even though she was thought to be barren?

Answer: Sarah

Sarah was the half-sister and wife of Abraham. She was considered to be barren and even had Abraham father a child with her maid, which she claimed as her own. After God and Abraham signed a covenant, God told Sarah that she would have a child. At 90 years old, she gave birth to Abraham's first son with her, Isaac. Her stories are found in Genesis.
3. Who was the wife of Isaac?

Answer: Rebecca

After Sarah died, Abraham started looking for a wife for his son, Isaac. Abraham sent his servant to look for a wife for Isaac. The servant asked God for help, and God told the servant that he will help him when he had found the right one. The servant meets Rebecca at a well and is told by God that she is the right one. Rebecca married Isaac and had twins with him, Jacob and Esau.

She is also known helping Jacob trick Isaac into giving Jacob the birthright and a blessing instead of Esau, who was the first-born.
4. Jacob had two wives. Who were they?

Answer: Leah & Rachel

Leah and Rachel were sisters and both cousins of Jacob. Jacob met Rachel and fell in love with her. He promised his uncle (their father) that he would work seven years to marry Rachel. He did and on the night of the wedding, his uncle tricked him by marrying him to Leah.

He later worked seven more years to marry Rachel too. Leah bore him many children: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar, and Dinah. Rachel bore him two children: Joseph and Benjamin. If you wonder why there aren't twelve children listed, that is because Jacob also fathered children with the maids of his wives, too.
5. Who was the wife of Uriah and David?

Answer: Bathsheba

Bathsheba was the wife of one of King David's soldiers, Uriah the Hittite. David saw Bathsheba bathing one night while he was on his rooftop. He fell in love and arranged for Uriah to be killed. David had gotten Bathsheba pregnant, and after Bathsheba gave birth, his son was killed because of his adultery. Bathsheba also gave birth to other sons for David, one of which was the future king, Solomon.
6. A queen went to test King Solomon's wisdom. Which country was she the queen of?

Answer: Sheba

The Queen of Sheba was a mysterious figure in the Bible. She heard about Solomon's wisdom and tested him with extremely hard questions. When she was satisfied, she gave him camel-loads of gold, spices, and valuables. Some historians and theologians suspect that the queen and Solomon may have had an affair.
7. This Jewish Queen of Persia is one of the two women who have a Biblical book named after her. Who is she?

Answer: Esther

Esther was chosen as the queen of King Xerxes I of Persia after a nationwide search for a wife for him. She and Ruth are the only women to have a Biblical book named after them. Her cousin, Mordecai (a Jew who had once saved the king's life), had offended the grand vizier, Haman. Haman then persuaded the king to have a mass extermination of Jews. Eventually, the king remembered that he had never rewarded Mordecai and did so. Esther eventually revealed that she was a Jew and the king ordered Haman to be executed. Mordecai later became the prime minister.

The Jewish holiday, Purim, is celebrated because of this deliverance.
8. Not all women in the Bible were good. This one was the queen of King Ahab, and very evil. Who was she?

Answer: Jezebel

Jezebel was the wife of King Ahab of Northern Israel, who is considered one of the most evil kings of Israel in the Bible. Since she was a follower of Baal, she convinced her husband to have statues of Baal in Israel. This resulted in the prophet Elijah condemning her and Ahab. Eventually, Ahab died in battle. Ahab was succeeded by his son, who also died. Ahab's other son, Jehoram became a puppet of Jezebel. Elisha, Elijah's successor as prophet, anointed the general Jehu as the next king of the Israelites. Jehu killed Jehoram and threw Jezebel out a window and her corpse was eaten by dogs. Jezebel eventually became a symbol of false prophets.
9. Who was the mother of John the Baptist?

Answer: Elizabeth

Elizabeth was a cousin of Mary and was considered barren. However, an angel appeared to her husband, Zechariah, and announced that she was pregnant and was to have a child which he was to name John. Because Zechariah didn't believe the angel, he became mute. Later, an angel appeared to Mary announcing that Elizabeth was pregnant. Mary went to visit Elizabeth and the baby inside her womb leapt for joy. Eventually the baby was born and Zechariah was able to talk again after he wrote on a stone tablet the name of the baby, John.
10. Who was the mother of Jesus?

Answer: Mary

Mary was the daughter of Joachim and Anne. She became betrothed to Joseph the carpenter. At about 14, she was asked by the angel Gabriel to give birth to the Messiah, even though she was a virgin. She did and named him Jesus.
Source: Author foil7

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