Name the sole (only) author of the Bible.
This process makes the Bible unique from all other writings, for the Holy Spirit gave the thoughts and words to the writers to record.
Since the writers were not robots or computers, but were allowed to use their talents, experiences, background, etc., we refer to them as...
How many men wrote the Bible?
This is the list of books of the Bible that are accepted as being inspired by God.
These are places in the copies of the Bible where people made mistakes in copying. However, these mistakes do not affect the truth of God's Word.
These are the original books of the Bible by the original writers. None of these are known to be in existence today.
These are copies of the books of the Bible in the original languages.
These are copies of the Bible that have been changed from the original languages into other languages.
This is the Hebrew name for God which shows Him as the Creator and Ruler over Creation.
This is the Hebrew name of God, which reveals Him in His special relationship with His chosen people.
This Hebrew name for God appears as "LORD" in many of the English texts of the Bible.
In people's minds because of sin.
Since contradictions are not in the Bible as people have claimed, then where are they and why?
Hebrew and Aramaic
These are the two original languages of the Old Testament.
This is the original language of the New Testament.
How many books are there in the Bible?
How many books are there in the Old Testament?
How many books are there in the New Testament?
How many history books are there in the Old Testament?
How many poetry books are there in the Old Testament?
How many prophecy books are there in the Old Testament?
This word has two different meanings: 1 - pure, perfect, sinless; 2 - set apart for God and His purpose.
This word means the completion of a prophecy.
This word deals with the similarity of two things, people, or events - one from the Old Testament and the other from the New Testament.
What existed before the beginning?
He's the Creator and He holds it together.
What is Christ's connection with the Creation?
He holds the Creation together.
How is Christ the glue?
Faith alone, because we are corrupted by sin.
What is the only way that we can accept Creation by our God? Why?
On Day 1, God created these so that He could use them to make the other things of Creation on the remaining days.
This was the basis for the creative work of God on Days 5 and 6.
sinless, perfect, holy
What does mankind being created in the Image of God mean?
Mankind was created in the Image of God and animals were not.
What is the chief difference between mankind and the animals?
What were man and woman allowed to eat?
There was no sin in the Creation.
What did God mean by saying that the Creation was "Good"?
To show that His work of Creation was finished, done.
Why did God rest on the Seventh Day?
Tigris and Euphrates
These two rivers provide us with a possible location for the Garden of Eden.
Man couldn't find a suitable mate among the animals.
How do you know that woman was the only suitable mate for man?
The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil
What did God create in order to provide man with a choice in his love and obedience toward God?
There was no sin in the Creation.
What is shown by man and woman being "naked and not ashamed"?
The words he uses.
In the story of the Fall of Mankind, what was Satan's most powerful weapon?
They sewed fig leaves together and made coverings to conceal their nakedness.
What was the first action taken by Adam and Eve after the eating of the fruit, which shows that they realized that they had sinned?
God gave them the opportunity to repent from their hearts.
Why did God ask Adam and Eve questions?
When confronted with his sin, this man tried to put the blame on his wife and on God, for God had given her to him.
When confronted with her sin, this woman tried to put the blame on the serpent.
Physical death, pain in childbearing, hard to farm, inequality between man and woman
What were the four consequences of Adam and Eve's sin?
So that they would not eat from the Tree of Life and live forever in sin.
Why were man and woman removed from the Garden?
He gave it without faith.
Why did God reject Cain's offering?
He committed the murder of his brother, for he could not master the sin that had been "crouching at his door," even after God had warned him.
To give him the opportunity to repent.
Why did God as Cain the question?
As his punishment this man became a restless wanderer (exile) and could not farm.
To preserve his life.
Why did God put the mark on Cain?
This man walked with God and without suffering physical death was taken to heaven.
These people were the giants, the men of renown, and the heroes who ruled the earth before the Flood, and were possibly worshiped as gods.
His heart was filled with pain, sorrow, sadness.
What is meant when the Bible states that before the Flood "God grieved"?
Of all the people alive at that time, God chose to save this man and his family, because the man was "blameless" and "righteous" before God and therefore "found favor in the eyes of the LORD," when the destruction of mankind happened.
How many people were in the ark and so survived the flood?
How many days and nights did it rain during the Flood?
This is where the Ark containing Noah, his family and the animals came to rest.
How many years was Noah in the ark?
Never again a worldwide flood.
The rainbow was the sign of what covenant?
To make a name for themselves to be worshiped as gods; they did not want to be scattered, not obeying God's command to fill the earth.
Why did the people build the Tower of Babel?
This word means "the father of the family."
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob
Name the three main Patriarchs in the correct order.
land, descendants, Messiah
What were the three main parts of the Covenant?
This man was called by God to make a journey of faith and trust in God, to leave his family, people, and land and go to a land that God would show him and to leave his idols and believe only in the LORD.
How many years will Abraham's descendants be slaves?
This Egyptian maidservant bore Abram a son in a man-made attempt to fulfill God's promise of a son.
This God-given name means "God Hears," for God heard the cries for help from the desert and came to help the woman and her son.
This man (a son of Abraham) is the father of the Arab people of today.
This man (a son of Abraham) is the father of the Jewish people of today.
This God-given name means "Father of Many."
This visible sign seals the Covenant between God and the Patriarchs.
This God-given name means "Laughter" or "He Laughs," because his parents had laughed when God said they would have a child in their old age.
This woman along with her husband laughed when God told them that they would now have the son that He had promised.
This prayer is prayed on behalf of others.
This man hesitated in the face of God's punishment on a wicked people and had to be rescued by angels.
This is where you would more than likely find Sodom and Gomorrah today.
His daughters had incest with him and produced two sons whose descendants later became the nations of Moab and Ammon.
This is where Abraham took Isaac to offer him to God.
In his heart through faith.
In what way did Abraham truly sacrifice Isaac?
This man trusted in the promise from God, that he would have as many descendants as the stars, dust, and sand.
God provides this in order to fulfill our request for His help in the decision making process.
This name means "He Grasps (Holds) the Heel," for this was how he came from the womb.
This is the place where Jacob had the dream of the stairs to heaven and where he later returned with his family after they had purified themselves.
This place means "House of God."
This man successfully tricked Jacob into marrying his two daughters.
Leah and Rachel
These two sisters competed for the love of their husband using concubines and mandrakes, as they tried to buy his love by having children.
Still clinging to idolatry, this woman stole her father's household gods in an attempt to claim part of her father's inheritance.
In answer to his prayer and in order to show him that God was going to establish the nation He had promised, God gave Jacob this new name.
This name means "He Struggles (Wrestles) with God."
This man held no grudge or hatred toward his brother for stealing the birthright and the blessing. Later, this man became the father of the Edomites.
This man spoke against the killing of Joseph, hoping later to save him from the well.
To whom did Joseph give credit, when he interpreted the dreams of the Cupbearer, Baker, and Pharaoh?
He was sold into slavery at the age of 17, became the vizier (prime minister) of Egypt, and saw his dream fulfilled when his brothers bowed down to him.
Who tried to seduce Joseph into sin?
This son of Jacob became the leader and spokesman among Jacob's sons, although he was not the firstborn.
This person encouraged the brothers to sell Joseph into slavery; and yet, he later defended Benjamin over the "stolen" cup and offered himself to suffer Benjamin's punishment.
God put Joseph into Egypt in order to save lives.
Why did Joseph refuse to take revenge on his brothers?
While in Egypt the Israelites lived in this region.
What is the size of Jacob's family when they settle in Egypt?
This son of Jacob lost the rights of the firstborn and the leadership among his brothers, because he slept with Bilhah, his father's concubine.
This son of Jacob was singled out by his father as being faithful to the true God who blessed him in the face of his enemies.
Simeon and Levi
These two sons of Jacob lost the birthright and the blessing, because they killed all of the men of Shechem, when their sister had been raped.
What is the date of the Exodus event (as given in class)?
This young girl watched over her baby brother as he lay in a basket, showing that he was not abandoned, and then arranged for him to be cared for by his real mother, when he was discovered.
This is where God called Moses through the Burning Bush.
This man hardened his heart by continually refusing to acknowledge that God was his God, even after He had witnessed the power of God in his land, and so rejected the word of the Holy Spirit in his life.
1.5 - 2 million people
What is the size of the Israelite nation when they came out of Egypt?
This is where God parted the water, so that His people could flee from the Egyptians and then God closed the water upon the Egyptians killing them.
At this place, God instructed Moses to throw a piece of wood into the bitter water and God made the water sweet.
Desert of Sin
At this location the people complained about the lack of food, so God provided them with manna and quail for the first time.
How many years will God provide Israel with manna?
At this place the Israelites had no water, so God told Moses to hit the rock in order to provide water.