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Quiz about A Serving of Biblical Left Overs  20
Quiz about A Serving of Biblical Left Overs  20

A Serving of Biblical Left Overs -- #20 Quiz


This quiz features ten questions written by me for previous quizzes which for various reasons were not used. In other words, it's a serving of Biblical left overs. Unless otherwise noted, the NKJV was used for this quiz.

A multiple-choice quiz by Cowrofl. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
Cowrofl
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
397,918
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
295
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Question 1 of 10
1. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for phosphorus, hydrogen, iodine, lithium and phosphorus? (Spelling of name is per the NKJV.)

Answer: (One of the original Twelve Disciples)
Question 2 of 10
2. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for ruthenium, fluorine, uranium and sulfur? (Spelling of name is per the NKJV.)

Answer: (A son of Simon of Cyrene)
Question 3 of 10
3. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for iodine, bromine and iodine? (Spelling of name is per the NKJV.)

Answer: (Man mentioned in 1 Chronicles 24:27)
Question 4 of 10
4. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbol for erbium? (Spelling of name is per the NKJV.)

Answer: (A son of Judah, a husband of Tamar)
Question 5 of 10
5. The following verses containing the word 'pleasure' are from the NKJV: "He does not delight in the strength of the horse; He takes no pleasure in the legs of a man. The LORD takes pleasure in those who fear Him, in those who hope in His mercy." In what book do you find these verses? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. The following verse containing the word 'pleasure' is from Ezekiel 18:32 in the NKJV: "'For I have no pleasure in the death of one who dies', says the LORD GOD. 'Therefore turn and live!'" Who was Ezekiel's father? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. Paul, in a New Testament book he is credited with writing, tells a young worker in the early church to honor true widows but to be aware of those who live "in pleasure". Who received such instructions from Paul? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. The following verse, making reference to loud noises, is from the NKJV: "Then the temple of God was opened in heaven, and the ark of His covenant was seen in His temple. And there were lightnings, noises, thunderings, an earthquake, and great hail." In what book do you find such a verse? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. The following verse from the NKJV was written by a man known as the apostle to the Gentiles: "But what things were gain to me, these I have counted loss for Christ." Who wrote the verse? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. In Titus 1:11 in the NKJV, Paul states false teachers and the like must be stopped as they "subvert whole households, teaching things which they ought not, for the sake of dishonest gain." On what island did Titus serve as a worker in the early church? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for phosphorus, hydrogen, iodine, lithium and phosphorus? (Spelling of name is per the NKJV.)

Answer: Philip

Philip, one of the original Twelve Disciples, is the correct answer. According to John 12:21, Philip came from Bethsaida, the same town as Peter and Andrew. Bethsaida was a fishing community on the shore of the Sea of Galilee.

There is a second man in the New Testament called Philip. He was a Grecian Jew who was chosen to oversee the distribution of food to widows, as per Acts 6:1-7. Acts 8:26-40 tells of Philip converting an unnamed Ethiopian eunuch to Christianity.

For the record, here are the symbols for the elements in the question: phosphorus (P), hydrogen (H), iodine (I), lithium (Li) and phosphorus (P).

(The question is left over from a quiz titled 'Chemical Symbols, Bible Edition -- Men'.)
2. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for ruthenium, fluorine, uranium and sulfur? (Spelling of name is per the NKJV.)

Answer: Rufus

Rufus was a son of Simon of Cyrene, as per Mark 15:21. Simon was the man who helped carry Christ's cross to Golgotha. The name Rufus also appears in Romans 16:13, but many theologians believe it is not the same man.

Here are the symbols for the four elements in the question: ruthenium (Ru), fluorine (F), uranium (U) and sulfur (S).

(The question is left over from a quiz titled 'Chemical Symbols, Bible Edition -- Men'.)
3. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbols for iodine, bromine and iodine? (Spelling of name is per the NKJV.)

Answer: Ibri

Ibri was the son of Merari and Jaaziah, as per 1 Chronicles 24:27. According to the verse, Merari and Jaaziah were the parents of three other sons -- Beno, Shoham and Zaccur. This is the only verse in which Ibri is mentioned in the Bible.

Here are the symbols for the elements in the question: iodine (I), bromine (Br) and iodine (I).

(The question is left over from a quiz titled 'Chemical Symbols, Bible Edition -- Men'.)
4. What Biblical name do you get when you use the symbol for erbium? (Spelling of name is per the NKJV.)

Answer: Er

Er was the first born son of Judah, and the husband of Tamar. However, Er was struck dead in a case of divine retribution, as per Genesis 38:6-7.

The symbol for erbium is Er.

(The question is left over from a quiz titled 'Chemical Symbols, Bible Edition -- Men'.)
5. The following verses containing the word 'pleasure' are from the NKJV: "He does not delight in the strength of the horse; He takes no pleasure in the legs of a man. The LORD takes pleasure in those who fear Him, in those who hope in His mercy." In what book do you find these verses?

Answer: Psalms

The two verses in question are from Psalm 147:10-11. Psalm 147 praises God for His word and providence. However, it is one of a number of Psalms in which the author is not known.

Using Bible versions such as the KJV, NKJV and NIV, Psalm 147 consists of twenty verses.

(The question is left over from a quiz about the word 'pleasure' in the Bible.)
6. The following verse containing the word 'pleasure' is from Ezekiel 18:32 in the NKJV: "'For I have no pleasure in the death of one who dies', says the LORD GOD. 'Therefore turn and live!'" Who was Ezekiel's father?

Answer: Buzi

Ezekiel was the son of Buzi, as per Ezekiel 2:3. He prophesied in the days the Israelites were in captivity in Babylon. Ezekiel is credited with writing the Old Testament book that bears his name.

Little is known about Ezekiel's father Buzi as his name is mentioned only once in the Bible.

The verse featured in the question is part of a passage in which Ezekiel pleads with the people to turn away from their sinning and to embrace God.

(The question is left over from a quiz about the word 'pleasure' in the Bible.)
7. Paul, in a New Testament book he is credited with writing, tells a young worker in the early church to honor true widows but to be aware of those who live "in pleasure". Who received such instructions from Paul?

Answer: Timothy

Timothy, a young and timid worker in the early church, received such instructions from Paul. The instructions are contained in 1 Timothy 1:3-16 in which Paul tells Timothy in the NKJV to "honor widows who are really widows." However, in Verse 6 Paul warns about the one who lives "in pleasure" as she is "dead while she lives."

(The question is left over from a quiz about the word 'pleasure' in the Bible.)
8. The following verse, making reference to loud noises, is from the NKJV: "Then the temple of God was opened in heaven, and the ark of His covenant was seen in His temple. And there were lightnings, noises, thunderings, an earthquake, and great hail." In what book do you find such a verse?

Answer: Revelation

The verse is from Revelation 11:19. The verse is part of a passage telling of events that ensured after a seventh trumpet was sounded. Revelation is the last book of the Christian Bible and tradition holds it was written by John, one of the original Twelve Disciples. According to Revelation 1:9, John was in exile on the island of Patmos when he had a vision which prompted him to write the New Testament book.

(The question is left over from a quiz about loud noises in the Bible.)
9. The following verse from the NKJV was written by a man known as the apostle to the Gentiles: "But what things were gain to me, these I have counted loss for Christ." Who wrote the verse?

Answer: Paul

The verse from Philippians 3:7 was written by Paul, a tireless worker in the early church who was known as the apostle to the Gentiles.

The verse is part of a passage in which Paul states everything he does is for Christ and that he is pressing "toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus," as per the NKJV.

Paul was originally a Pharisee and a vehement opponent of the early church. Things changed, however, when he had a dramatic encounter with Christ while travelling on a road to Damascus.

(The question is left over from a quiz about the word 'gain' in the Bible.)
10. In Titus 1:11 in the NKJV, Paul states false teachers and the like must be stopped as they "subvert whole households, teaching things which they ought not, for the sake of dishonest gain." On what island did Titus serve as a worker in the early church?

Answer: Crete

Titus was a worker in the early church on the island of Crete, as per Titus 1:5. Paul wrote a letter to Titus instructing him about guidelines for workers and worshippers in the early church. That letter has become known as the Book of Titus.

In Bible versions such as the KJV, NKJV and NIV, Titus consists of three chapters.

(The question is left over from a quiz about the word 'gain' in the Bible.)
Source: Author Cowrofl

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