Bible Trivia and Answers

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Easy

Our faith can only be found in?

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Answer: Redemptive Power of God
Our faith always lay in the power of God. This is according to 1 Corinthians 2:5 (King James Version).

Hard

In the Bible, who is considered as David's best friend?

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Answer: Jonathan
In the Bible, David and Jonathan's friendship is considered as one of the strongest bond between two people.

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.

Medium

Which disciple of Jesus Christ doubts our Savior's resurrection until he sees Him?

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Answer: Thomas
Thomas is known for disbelieving all stories of Christ's resurrection until he sees Christ.

Hard

After Jesus fasted in the desert, what was His first temptation in the wilderness?

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Answer: Tempted to turn stone into bread
Jesus' first temptation came when the devil dared him to turn stones into bread.

Hard

Who did Elisha order to wash seven times in the river Jordan to cure his leprosy?

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Answer: Naaman
Naaman took receipt of a message from Elisha. Elisha ordered Naaman to wash seven times in the river Jordan. (2 Kings 5:10)

Medium

How many days and nights did Jesus Christ fast for?

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Answer: 40 days and 40 nights
Jesus Christ's fast lasted for 40 days and 40 nights in the wilderness.

Medium

David played what musical instrument?

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Answer: The harp
The harp was the musical instrument David often played to sooth King Saul.

Hard

A number of Christians were prosecuted in the early days of Christianity. Who was the first to sadly perish?

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Answer: Stephen
Sadly, Stephen was stoned to death by a crowd of Christian persecutors.

VeryHard

What is the name of the temple that Samson tore down on the Philistines?

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Answer: Dagon
When the Philistines took Samson Captive, he was chained to two pillars. Imbued by the strength of God again, Samson brought the Dagon temple down. He killed himself and the Philistines present in the temple.



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