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Duplicate of Biblical Periods 5.19.16

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  • Q1
    Put these Biblical giants in order of "who came first": Moses, Abraham, and Noah
    Noah then Abraham then Moses
    Moses then Abraham then Noah
    Abraham then Moses then Noah
    Noah then Moses then Abraham
    120s
  • Q2
    One of the following is NOT in the Early World period:
    Creation of the world and humans
    Noah and the Great Flood
    Melchizedek blesses Abraham
    Tower of Babel
    120s
  • Q3
    These are the four great Patriarchs of the Patriarchs period
    Abraham, Moses, David, Jesus
    Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Samuel
    Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph
    Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses
    120s
  • Q4
    Moses encounters a burning bush and God gives His name: "I AM"
    Patriarchs
    Conquest and Judges
    Egypt and Exodus
    Desert Wanderings
    120s
  • Q5
    Jonathan, son of King Saul, is heir to Saul's throne but recognizes and honors God's choice of David to be king after Saul. What period?
    Royal Kingdom
    Conquest and Judges
    Divided Kingdom
    Exile
    120s
  • Q6
    Divided Kingdom: this kingdom was in the north, capital of Samaria, and included 10 Tribes.
    Jerusalem
    Palestine
    Israel
    Judah
    120s
  • Q7
    Divided Kingdom: this kingdom was in the south, capital of Jerusalem, and included 2 Tribes.
    Jerusalem
    Palestine
    Judah
    Isreal
    120s
  • Q8
    Jesus multiplies the loaves and fishes. What period?
    Jewish Era
    Messianic Fulfillment
    Maccabean Revolt
    The Church
    120s
  • Q9
    12 spies of the Chosen People go into the Promised Land; 10 vote "no way" on invading, 2 vote "yes." This is the end of what period and beginning of what period?
    End of Egypt and Exodus, beginning of Desert Wanderings
    End of Patriarchs, beginning of Desert Wanderings
    End of Desert Wanderings, beginning of Egypt and Exodus
    End of Egypt and Exodus, beginning of Conquest and Judges
    120s
  • Q10
    Israel falls to Assyria; 150 years later Judah falls to Babylon. What period?
    Return
    Conquest and Judges
    Maccabean Revolt
    Exile
    120s
  • Q11
    Jerusalem is established as the capital city of the Israelites, the Ark of the Covenant is brought into Jerusalem, and the Temple is built. What period?
    Royal Kingdom
    Maccabean Revolt
    Conquest and Judges
    Divided Kingdom
    120s
  • Q12
    To read the "Story of My Salvation," I must read every book of the Bible in order.
    False
    True
    120s
  • Q13
    This is the Biblical period in which the re-built Temple was rededicated, after it had been desecrated by the wicked ruler Antiochus.
    Return
    Exile
    Messianic Fulfillment
    Maccabean Revolt
    120s
  • Q14
    The Prophets span these three periods:
    Divided Kingdom, Exile, Return
    Exile, Return, Maccabean Revolt
    Divided Kingdom, Return, Maccabean Revolt
    Royal Kingdom, Divided Kingdom, Exile
    120s
  • Q15
    Transitions: what two periods? Within sight of the Promised Land, Moses consecrated Joshua as the new leader of Israel by laying hands on him, and Moses then dies. When Joshua leads the Ark of the Covenant into the Jordan River, the river parts and the Israelites pass through the dry land, as they did in the Red Sea at the Exodus.
    End of Egypt and Exodus, beginning of Desert Wanderings
    End of Conquest and Judges, beginning of Desert Wanderings
    End of Desert Wanderings, beginning of Conquest and Judges
    End of Egypt and Exodus, beginning of Conquest and Judges
    120s

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