- How much time did Jonah spend in the belly of the whale?
- Why did a Bible published in London in 1632 become known as the
- The name of God is not mentioned in only one book of the Bible.
- What kind of wood was used to make Noah's Ark?
- Who was the only Englishman to become Pope?
- For what event in February 1964 did evangelist Billy Graham break
his strict rule against watching TV on Sunday?
- According to the Bible, what substance was used to caulk Noah's
ark and to seal the basket in which the infant Moses was set adrift
on the Nile?
- How old was Moses when he died?
- How tall was Goliath, the Philistine giant slain by David with a
stone hurled from a sling?
- What biblical Babylonian king cast Daniel into the lion's den for
praying to God in defiance of a royal decree?
- What is the longest name in the Bible?
- In the Bible, which of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse rides
a red horse?
- How many books of the Bible are named for women?
- What language is Jesus believed to have spoken?
- In the Bible, for what "price" did Esau sell his birthright to
his younger twin brother, Jacob?
- What did the lords of the philistines offer Delilah for revealing
the secret of Samson's strength?
- In the Old Testament, who was Jezebel's husband?
- What bird is named for the apostle Peter?
- What was the first town in the United States to be given a
biblical name? Hint: Its name is the most common biblical place name
in the country.
In the Bible, who did the sun and moon stand still before?
- Who is the only woman whose age is mentioned in the Bible?
- What Michelle Pfeiffer movie got a boost from the Coolio song
Answers to Free Trivia Quiz #7
- Three days and three nights.
- Because "not" was missing from the seventh commandment, making it
"Thou shalt commit adultery."
- The Book of Esther.
- Gopher wood, according to Genesis 6:14.
- Nicholas Breakspear, who was Adrian IV from 1154 to 1159.
- The Beatles' first appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show."
- Pitch, or natural asphalt.
- He was 120 years old, according to the Bible (Deuteronomy 34:7).
- "Six cubits and a span,"
- Darius the Mede (Book of Daniel, Chapter6).
- Mahershalalbashbaz, which is also written Maher-shalal-hash-baz.
- War (Book of Revelation).
- Two - Ruth and Esther.
- Aramaic -- an ancient language in use on the north Arabian
Peninsula at the time of Christ. A modern version of the
language is spoken today in Syria and among Assyrians in Azerbaijan.
- Pottage of lentils (Genesis 25:29-34).
- They promised the sum of 1,100 pieces of silver each, according
to the Bible (Judges 16:5).
- Ahab, King of Israel (I Kings 16:28-31).
- The petrel, from a diminutive form of Petrus, or "Peter," in
- Salem, Massachusetts. Salem is the shortened form of
Jerusalem, which means "the city of peace" in Hebrew.
- Dangerous Minds.