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1. Adam and Eve had three children (at least). We all know Cain and Abel, but who was their third son?
2. Genesis states that there were two different Lamechs who became fathers in genealogies. One Lamech was Noah's father (Genesis 5:30). Based on Genesis 4:19-26 (New American Standard Bible) which of these was NOT a child of the other Lamech?
3. In the story of the Flood (Genesis 6-8), God promised to save Noah and his family. According to the NIV Bible, of the eight people who entered the ark, how many are explicitly named?
4. Most people know that Methuselah lived to 969 years old - the oldest person in recorded Bible history. But what about Methuselah's ancestor Adam, the first man? How long did Adam live before he died?
5. Jacob, the father of Joseph, died in Egypt. In what land did Jacob command Joseph to bury him?
6. In Genesis 32 of the NIV, what name did Jacob give to the place where he wrestled with an angel?
7. After Joseph was in Egypt and became Pharaoh's right-hand man he married one of the Egyptians there. What was her name? (KJV)
8. Genesis 25 states that Abraham had a son by his other wife, Keturah, and his name was Midian. Which of these was a son of Midian?
9. There's no shortage of dysfunctional families in Genesis. Take Judah, for example, one of the sons of Jacob, grandson of Isaac and great-grandson of Abraham. He had twin sons named Perez and Zerah by his own daughter-in-law. What was her name?
10. Genesis 14 relates the Battle of the Nine Kings, after which Abraham's nephew Lot is kidnapped along with his family and possessions. Abraham musters a small army which includes three brothers who are allied to him, pursues the enemy and frees Lot. The three brothers are named below, but who is the interloper?
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