Quiz about Biblical ENT
Quiz about Biblical ENT

Biblical ENT Trivia Quiz


In medicine ENT means ear, nose, and throat. It means the same in this quiz. How much do you know relative to what the Bible says about the ear, the nose, and the throat? Use the King James Version Bible for reference. Good luck.

A multiple-choice quiz by SmogLover. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
SmogLover
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
334,315
Updated
Dec 03 21
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10
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Scroll down to the bottom for the answer key.
1. In Proverbs 23:2 of the King James Version of the Bible, man is told to put a knife to his throat if he is given to what? Hint

Greed
Appetite
Anger
Selfishness

2. Fill in the blank according to Proverbs 15:31 KJV. "The ear that heareth the _______ of life abideth among the wise."


Answer: (One Word)
3. According to Matthew 18:28 of the King James Version, while being grabbed by the throat, how much was one servant demanding of another servant who owed him money? Hint

One Hundred Pence
One Thousand Talents
Ten Shekels
Ten Pence

4. Leviticus 21:18 KJV, clearly defines laws by which priests were to be governed. The priest could not have what type of nose? Hint

Large
Crooked
Flat
Pointed

5. Ezekiel 8:17 of the King James Version of the Bible mentions that the House of Judah put the branch to their nose.

True
False

6. Psalms 5:9 KJV says of the wicked, their throat is an open sepulchre; they flatter with their what?
Hint

Words
Prophecies
Tongue
Handshakes

7. Jeremiah 2:25 KJV "Withhold thy foot from being unshod, and thy throat from ________: but thou saidst, There is no hope: no; for I have loved strangers, and after them will I go."

Answer: (One Word)
8. Is the following verse true or false according to Song of Solomon 7:4 KJV? "Thy neck is as a tower of ivory; thine eyes like the fishpools in Heshbon, by the gate of Bathrabbim: thy throat is as the tower of Lebanon which looketh toward Damascus."

True
False

9. 2 Timothy 4:3 KJV says, lustful people will someday lust after teachers with what kind of ears? Hint

Burning
Deaf
Pierced
Itching

10. According to Exodus 21:6 KJV, with what shall the master bore his servants ear? Hint

Awl
Nail
Needle
Brad


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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. In Proverbs 23:2 of the King James Version of the Bible, man is told to put a knife to his throat if he is given to what?

Answer: Appetite

Proverbs 23:2 King James Version: "And put a knife to thy throat, if thou be a man given to appetite."

This verse is not just about restraining ourselves while at another's dinner table. It could be his work, his family, or his lifestyle. It's about learning to restrain ourselves in all situations, to be moderate in all things lest we fall into the hands of the enemy. And we often are our own worst enemy.
2. Fill in the blank according to Proverbs 15:31 KJV. "The ear that heareth the _______ of life abideth among the wise."

Answer: Reproof

Proverbs 15:31 KJV: "The ear that heareth the reproof of life abideth among the wise."

The difference between hearing and listening is evident when we can apply what we've heard to our lives. That would mean we listened to what was said. Often the most difficult thing for us to do, is to accept constructive criticism.
3. According to Matthew 18:28 of the King James Version, while being grabbed by the throat, how much was one servant demanding of another servant who owed him money?

Answer: One Hundred Pence

Matthew 18:28 KJV: "But the same servant went out, and found one of his fellow servants, which owed him an hundred pence: and he laid hands on him, and took him by the throat, saying, pay me that thou owest."

Forgiveness is not always an easy thing to do. There can be some extraordinary circumstances for which one might need to be forgiven. The murder of a loved one, sexual assault, or verbal attack. There can also be trite reasons for which we may need to forgive. When someone says "I'm sorry" to you, do you always say, "I forgive you"? The Bible says we are to forgive our brother, "seventy times seven times". Chances are we'll never have to apologize or forgive that often, but what about one time. Someone commits a most heinous act to you or your loved one. Would you be able to forgive them? If he/she does the same thing over and over and over, would you be able to continue to say, I forgive you?

This servant (Matthew 18:24 KJV) owed the king ten thousand talents. However, he couldn't pay it. He pleaded with the king; the king had mercy on him and forgave him the debt. The man then went out and found someone who owed him one hundred pence, grabbed him by the throat, and demanded his money. The servant was in the same position as he just was before the king. The man pleaded to allow him time to make the bill right. His pleas fell on deaf ears. The servant had the man thrown in jail. Had he forgotten that he was just forgiven for the same thing? Forgiving someone isn't always an easy thing to do.

Author's note: Helpful Scripture; Luke 6:37-38 (KJV); Matthew 7:1-12 (KJV)
4. Leviticus 21:18 KJV, clearly defines laws by which priests were to be governed. The priest could not have what type of nose?

Answer: Flat

Leviticus 21:18 KJV: "For whatsoever man he be that hath a blemish, he shall not approach: a blind man, or a lame, or he that hath a flat nose, or any thing superfluous,"

The Lord set a very high bar for priests of the Old Testament. Oftentimes people can't relate to that which seems far removed from them. Even a priest is just a man. The blemish on his face should never detract from the love and devotion of his heart. Sometimes vanity enters the heart of those who feel themselves so set apart from others for any reason.

Author's note: The priests were of Aaron's (Moses' brother) family as ordained by God on Mt. Sinai. They were all Levites (after Jacob's son Levi). All priests were Levites, but not all Levites were priests. The high priests were from the family of Aaron directly. Levi's three sons, Gershon, Kohath and Merari organized the services of the Tabernacle. The Tabernacle was in the center of camp; surrounding it were the Levites who camped on the north (Merarites) on the south (Kohathites) on the west (Gershonites) and priests (Aaron, his sons Eleazar and Ithamar, and Moses his brother) on the east. Surrounding them were the twelve tribes of Israel (Naphtali, Judah, Issachar, Zebulon, Reuben, Simeon, Gad, Ephraim, Manasseh, Benjamin, Dan, and Asker). The Levites were chosen as priests because they didn't take part in the worship of the golden calf. Not only did they not worship the idol, they slew about 3000 of those who did.
5. Ezekiel 8:17 of the King James Version of the Bible mentions that the House of Judah put the branch to their nose.

Answer: True

Ezekiel 8:17 KJV: "Then he said unto me, Hast thou seen this, O son of man? Is it a light thing to the house of Judah that they commit the abominations which they commit here? For they have filled the land with violence, and have returned to provoke me to anger: and, lo, they put the branch to their nose."

Under the reign of King Manasseh, the nation of Judah had become so perverse, even within the Tabernacle, that God let them know He would withdraw His presence. Manasseh was fatefully born to King Hezekiah and Queen Hephzibah. Hezekiah was near death with sickness when the prophet Isaiah told him to get his house in order. He overcame his illness and three years later Manasseh (the name means, one who causes to forget) was born. He ascended the throne of Israel some twelve years later and began to allow all kinds of perverse practices in Judah, even within the Tabernacle itself. Manasseh was responsible for the killing of thousands, including Isaiah, who was put on a log and sawed in half. King Manasseh was so perverse he offered his own children to the fires of Molech.

Some scholars reckon the "branch to the nose", was to stifle the stench of death in Judah's streets. Others rationalize and perhaps more fittingly, that it meant the people had begun to worship the sun. The branch to the nose, or twigs to the mouth, was so that they wouldn't contaminate the sun with their breath.

Even after all of this evil and perversion by the king, and having been captured by King Ashurbanipal, God loved Manasseh enough to have him released and restored to his throne.
6. Psalms 5:9 KJV says of the wicked, their throat is an open sepulchre; they flatter with their what?

Answer: Tongue

Psalm 5:9 KJV: "For there is no faithfulness in their mouth; their inward part is very wickedness; their throat is an open sepulchre; they flatter with their tongue."

Not everyone is wicked. No! But a lot of people are. Some of them kiss your neck, smile in your face, and stab you in the back.

David prayed to God for his direction rather than taking it from people he considered wicked. He prayed not only for his leadership, but their downfall. David knew his God spoke truth and could be trusted, and on Him, David leaned.
7. Jeremiah 2:25 KJV "Withhold thy foot from being unshod, and thy throat from ________: but thou saidst, There is no hope: no; for I have loved strangers, and after them will I go."

Answer: Thirst

Jeremiah 2:25 KJV: "Withhold thy foot from being unshod, and thy throat from thirst: but thou saidst, There is no hope: no; for I have loved strangers, and after them will I go."

This chapter gives account of Judah's backslide into idolatry from the worship of the God who delivered them. How soon we forget! King Manasseh had led Judah into the depravity that separated them from God. Judah hands God his divorce papers and accepts the engagement ring of false idols. All kinds of practices were going on in the names of these idols. God could no longer dwell in His Temple. The Temple itself was filled with idols for worship. Just as light and darkness cannot dwell in the same place, neither could God dwell among idols.

Jeremiah has told Judah what God has wants them to know. Prophets spoke what God gave them, not of themselves. In verse 25, Judah was told to not go after the practices of idol worshippers. This would include barefoot worship, and constant calling upon gods that never answer them. Judah was also warned about going into strange lands; that seeking after idol gods would not prosper them anything. The people of Judah replied that it was too late. Under the reign of King Manasseh the people of Judah had tasted something new and they loved it.
8. Is the following verse true or false according to Song of Solomon 7:4 KJV? "Thy neck is as a tower of ivory; thine eyes like the fishpools in Heshbon, by the gate of Bathrabbim: thy throat is as the tower of Lebanon which looketh toward Damascus."

Answer: False

Song of Solomon 7:4 KJV: "Thy neck is as a tower of ivory; thine eyes like the fishpools in Heshbon, by the gate of Bathrabbim: thy nose is as the tower of Lebanon which looketh toward Damascus."

It's interpreted that the very wise King Solomon has compared the church and God to a woman and man. Solomon has described the beauty of a woman, and we can relate it to the beauty of Christians to Christ. King Solomon relates that the church should possess a striking beauty. Not a physical beauty, but a beauty that radiates outward from within. He said it should deport itself in an unmistakable manner. Just as a woman attracts with her stark beauty, the church should carry itself as a beacon drawing others in.
9. 2 Timothy 4:3 KJV says, lustful people will someday lust after teachers with what kind of ears?

Answer: Itching

2 Timothy 4:3 KJV: "For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;"

Paul sent Timothy, his fellow apostle in Christ, a letter exhorting him to come to his side as he is near death, and others have deserted him. Paul tells his student Timothy to be diligent and stallwart in his devotion to Christ. Paul exhorts Timothy to speak with passion as he ministers to the new churches. He tells Timothy there would come a time when they would not listen. Paul tells Timothy the people would lust after what is fancy and pleasing to their ear rather than the sound doctrines of Jesus Christ.

Author's note: Timothy established churches that became the basis of what Christanity is today. He is one of the early martyrs of the Eastern Orthodox Church. On a visit to Ephesus, where he was bishop of the city, an angry pagan mob dragged Timothy into the street and stoned him to death.
10. According to Exodus 21:6 KJV, with what shall the master bore his servants ear?

Answer: Awl

Exodus 21:6 KJV: "Then his master shall bring him unto the judges; he shall also bring him to the door, or unto the door post; and his master shall bore his ear through with an awl; and he shall serve him for ever."

If a Hebrew was made a slave, his servitude was to be six years. In the seventh year he was to be freed. If the slave had a wife who was also a slave when they married, the wife was not freed nor any children they had. If the man wished to remain with his wife and family, then he was so labeled in public. The man was taken to a public courtyard, there he was stamped or pierced through the ear with an awl. He was now known as a slave for life, or at least until Jubilee.

Author's note: An awl is a tool that looks like an ice pick for the most part. Some awls are used by carpenters, some by shoemakers, and some by tanners. Types of awls include scratch awls, brad awls, and stitching awls.
Source: Author SmogLover

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