Bible Trivia and Answers

Many claim to know a lot about the Good Book. Well now it’s time to put those assumptions to the test (in an enjoyable way) by participating in our intriguing Bible Trivia. And even for those who feel their knowledge of Scripture is lacking, TriviaQN has made learning Biblical facts a fun-filled, interactive experience. So without any delay, we present to you our Bible Trivia!

Challenge yourself with a Bible Trivia Quiz!

Medium

The first Plague that befell Pharaoh of Egypt was?

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Answer: Water turned into blood
The first plague that tore through Egypt was the Nile turning into blood.

Hard

Hagar was the mother of which son of Abraham?

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Answer: Ishmael
Hagar begot Ishmael during her stay as Sarah's handmaiden.

Easy

What artifact did Moses use to perform miracles and wonders in Egypt?

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Answer: A wooden staff
God blessed Moses with powers that rivaled the Egyptians. He often performed his wonders using a wooden staff.

VeryHard

Who was Abraham's second wife?

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Answer: Keturah
According to Genesis 2:15, Abraham's second wife was Keturah.

Hard

Due to Joseph, the land of Egypt avoided which catastrophe?

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Answer: Famine
As a result of the timely efforts of Joseph, the land of Egypt was spared from a harsh jaw of famine.

Easy

The giant, Goliath the Philistine, got knocked down by which prophet of God?

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Answer: David
David is arguably the bravest kid in the Bible. Consumed by the Spirit of God, David delivered a fatal shot from his slingshot at Goliath.

VeryHard

In total, how many people went aboard Noah's Ark?

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Answer: 8
There were a total of 8 people on Noah's Ark.

Hard

In the beginning, what did God give us for meat?

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Answer: Herb
God's true intention was that we feed off the herbs of the land and use it as meat.

Medium

How many days and nights did Jonah spend in the great fish's belly?

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Answer: 3 days and 3 nights
As a punishment for his disobedience, the Lord let a great fish swallow Jonah up for three days and three nights.



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