Monday, June 21, 2021

Answer 1: He struck a rock with his staff.

Answer 2: He dug a well in the sand.

Answer 3: He raised his arms and a great rain came.

Answer 4: He followed a pillar of smoke to a spring.

Answer 1: Wilderness of Sin.

Answer 2: Wilderness of Shur.

Answer 3: Wilderness of Sinai.

Answer 4: Wilderness of Paran.

Answer 1: Coriander seed.

Answer 2: Barley.

Answer 3: Groats.

Answer 4: Millet.

Answer 1: Sweet.

Answer 2: Powdery.

Answer 3: Mealy.

Answer 4: Chewy.

Answer 1: First.

Answer 2: Seventh.

Answer 3: Third.

Answer 4: Sixth.

Answer 1: Mary Magdalene.

Answer 2: Simon Peter.

Answer 3: Joseph of Arimathea.

Answer 4: Mary, His mother.

Answer 1: Break His legs.

Answer 2: Nail His feet to a board.

Answer 3: Stab Him with a spear.

Answer 4: Strangle Him.

Answer 1: Joseph of Arimathea.

Answer 2: Mary Magdalene.

Answer 3: Simon Peter.

Answer 4: James and Andrew.

Answer 1: It is finished.

Answer 2: Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.

Answer 3: My God, My God, why have you forsaken me.

Answer 4: Father forgive them, for they know not what they do.

Answer 1: Vinegar.

Answer 2: Blood.

Answer 3: Salt water.

Answer 4: Myrrh.

Answer 1: Jesus washed Peter's feet.

Answer 2: Peter washed Jesus' feet.

Answer 3: Jesus washed Judas' feet.

Answer 4: John washed Jesus' feet.

Answer 1: You are the one who is saying I am a king.

Answer 2: My kingdom is not of this world.

Answer 3: I am not a king; I am the truth.

Answer 4: The Sadducees call me a king. I did not say it.

Answer 1: Barrabas.

Answer 2: Judas.

Answer 3: Annas.

Answer 4: Caiaphas.

Answer 1: Pilate would be considered an enemy of Caesar.

Answer 2: The crowd would riot and lynch Jesus anyway.

Answer 3: The high priests would curse Pilate.

Answer 4: The Jesus had said Pilate would go to hell when he died.

Answer 1: Amalekites.

Answer 2: Jebusites.

Answer 3: Cushites.

Answer 4: Philistines.

Answer 1: He was physically unable to hold his staff above his head.

Answer 2: He became weak from lack of food and could not stand.

Answer 3: He did not have enough weapons to distribute among the men.

Answer 4: Joshua wanted to lead the battle, but Moses thought he was too young and inexperienced.

Answer 1: Joshua.

Answer 2: David.

Answer 3: Rehoboam.

Answer 4: Samuel.

Answer 1: We don't know.

Answer 2: A human being.

Answer 3: A pillar of fire.

Answer 4: An angel.

Answer 1: Mount Horeb.

Answer 2: Mount Paran.

Answer 3: Wilderness of Shur.

Answer 4: The Negev Desert.

Answer 1: Jethro.

Answer 2: Isaac.

Answer 3: Gideon.

Answer 4: Jacob.

Answer 1: Jethro.

Answer 2: Yahweh.

Answer 3: Moses.

Answer 4: Aaron.

Answer 1: Three months.

Answer 2: Five years.

Answer 3: Five weeks.

Answer 4: Five months.

Answer 1: Genesis.

Answer 2: Exodus.

Answer 3: Matthew.

Answer 4: Psalms.

Answer 1: They answered together that 'All that the Lord has spoken we will do.'

Answer 2: They did not 'accept' it, because it was God's commandment.

Answer 3: Moses spoke for them.

Answer 4: Aaron spoke for them.

Answer 1: While camped at Mount Sinai.

Answer 2: When God closed the Red Sea over the Egyptian army.

Answer 3: Never.

Answer 4: After they built the golden calf.

Answer 1: From sunrise to sunset.

Answer 2: From the time we wake up.

Answer 3: Whenever a bird sings.

Answer 4: When we see another person.

Answer 1: A Haitian painter.

Answer 2: A French Huguenot.

Answer 3: The translator of the first French Bible.

Answer 4: A missionary to Africa.

Answer 1: Have sexual relations.

Answer 2: Eat meat.

Answer 3: Drink anything but water.

Answer 4: Eat leavened bread.

Answer 1: Wash their clothes.

Answer 2: Fast.

Answer 3: Pray.

Answer 4: Abstain from eating meat.

Answer 1: All of these.

Answer 2: Smoke and fire covered the mountain.

Answer 3: Thunder and lightning.

Answer 4: The sound of a trumpet.

Answer 1: Aaron.

Answer 2: Joshua.

Answer 3: Miriam.

Answer 4: Jethro.

Answer 1: The entire nation heard them spoken by the voice of God.

Answer 2: Moses brought them down from Mount Sinai written on stone tablets.

Answer 3: Aaron read them out loud.

Answer 4: Moses recited them, after receiving them from God on Mount Sinai.

Answer 1: Isaiah.

Answer 2: Ezekiel.

Answer 3: Psalms.

Answer 4: Jeremiah.

Answer 1: All of these.

Answer 2: The Bible never calls them 'commandments'.

Answer 3: There are not necessarily ten of them.

Answer 4: They weren't originally engraved on stone.

Answer 1: Islam.

Answer 2: Judaism.

Answer 3: Christianity.

Answer 4: Shinto.

Answer 1: Because we do not have dominion over the thing we swear upon.

Answer 2: Because we might inadvertently say something untrue.

Answer 3: Because we will be punished if we lie, whether or not we tell the truth.

Answer 4: Because swearing is impolite.

Answer 1: Seven.

Answer 2: One.

Answer 3: Two.

Answer 4: Four.

Answer 1: Charles Spurgeon.

Answer 2: John Calvin.

Answer 3: William Tyndale.

Answer 4: Jonathan Edwards.

Answer 1: How we should treat other people.

Answer 2: How we should behave towards God.

Answer 3: How we should act.

Answer 4: Rules that apply only to Jews.

Answer 1: Murder.

Answer 2: Killing people.

Answer 3: Sleeping with someone else's spouse.

Answer 4: Sleeping with someone you aren't married to.

(Whether Christian belief allows this is a completely different issue.)

Answer 1: Polygamy.

Answer 2: Homosexual acts.

Answer 3: Prostitution.

Answer 4: Adultery.

Answer 1: Paul.

Answer 2: Timothy.

Answer 3: Peter.

Answer 4: Billy Graham.

Answer 1: Perjury.

Answer 2: Gossiping.

Answer 3: Rationalizing sinful conduct.

Answer 4: Saying that God does not exist.

Answer 1: Job

Answer 2: Psalms

Answer 3: Proverbs

Answer 4: Ecclesiastes

Answer 1: To want something.

Answer 2: To want something that belongs to someone else.

Answer 3: To become fixated or obsessed with obtaining something.

Answer 4: To gaze longingly at someone else's husband or wife.

Answer 1: Sheep.

Answer 2: Donkey.

Answer 3: Wife.

Answer 4: House.

Answer 1: Ran away.

Answer 2: Fell to their knees and worshiped.

Answer 3: Built an altar at the foot of Mount Sinai and sacrificed.

Answer 4: Asked Aaron to explain their meaning.

Answer 1: That it could be made of stone.

Answer 2: That the edges should be hewn straight.

Answer 3: That there be three steps up to it.

Answer 4: None of these.

Answer 1: Isaiah.

Answer 2: Ezekiel.

Answer 3: Daniel.

Answer 4: Obadiah.

Answer 1: Four.

Answer 2: Five.

Answer 3: Two.

Answer 4: Three.

Answer 1: Numbers.

Answer 2: Exodus.

Answer 3: Leviticus.

Answer 4: Deuteronomy.

Answer 1: Making treaties with nations who worship false gods.

Answer 2: Making statues of living persons.

Answer 3: Making statues of animals out of precious metals.

Answer 4: Eating leavened bread during Passover.

Answer 1: The version written was not the version engraved on stone at Mt. Sinai.

Answer 2: The commandments were actually engraved on four stone tablets, not two.

Answer 3: The tablets were actually over four feet high and too heavy to be carried in one arm.

Answer 4: All ten commandments were engraved on each of two tablets.

Answer 1: Making gods from metal.

Answer 2: Making statues.

Answer 3: Making graven images.

Answer 4: Making poles of Asherah.

Answer 1: To put the wise to shame.

Answer 2: Because their ears are not full of their own voices.

Answer 3: The empty of knowledge are willing to learn.

Answer 4: Some of the last will be first.

Answer 1: You must eat unleavened bread during Passover.

Answer 2: You must not take the name of the Lord in vain.

Answer 3: You must not work on the Sabbath.

Answer 4: You must not make any gods out of metal.

Answer 1: The Day of Atonement.

Answer 2: The seventh day.

Answer 3: The Festival of Shelters.

Answer 4: The Harvest Festival.

The Festival of Shelters is known by several names, such as the Festival of Tabernacles and Succot.

Answer 1: The ten commandments.

Answer 2: 1 Corinthians.

Answer 3: 2 Timothy.

Answer 4: Proverbs 22.

Answer 1: Three.

Answer 2: Two.

Answer 3: One.

Answer 4: None.

This is actually one of the "ten" commandments engraved on the stone tablets Moses brought down Mt. Sinai.

Answer 1: Isaiah.

Answer 2: Jeremiah.

Answer 3: Micah.

Answer 4: Moses.

Answer 1: The best of the first fruits.

Answer 2: One tenth of the harvest.

Answer 3: One tenth of all income.

Answer 4: Enough to feed half a family.

Answer 1: Because they are unleavened.

Answer 2: Because they are sanitary.

Answer 3: Because they can be stamped with a cross.

Answer 4: Because they don't spoil.

Answer 1: Superstition.

Answer 2: Unsanitary dietary practices.

Answer 3: Cruelty to animals.

Answer 4: Forgetting the Passover.

Answer 1: Psalms.

Answer 2: Proverbs.

Answer 3: Isaiah.

Answer 4: Gospel of John.

Answer 1: We don't.

Answer 2: Because they are the Word of God.

Answer 3: Because the other laws applied specifically to the Hebrews.

Answer 4: Because the other laws are ceremonial.

Answer 1: 6 years.

Answer 2: 12 years.

Answer 3: It depended on the price paid for him.

Answer 4: 20 years.

Answer 1: A hole would be made in his ear with an awl.

Answer 2: He would be branded on the back.

Answer 3: The tip of his right little finger would be removed.

Answer 4: His head would be shaved.

Answer 1: If she is taken as a wife but not treated well.

Answer 2: When she is married and her husband takes another wife.

Answer 3: After six years.

Answer 4: When her father offers the redemption price.

Answer 1: Galatians.

Answer 2: Colossians.

Answer 3: Ephesians.

Answer 4: Philippians.

Answer 1: Rape of a woman who is not married or engaged.

Answer 2: Being found in possession of someone who has been kidnapped.

Answer 3: Striking your mother or father.

Answer 4: Cursing your parents.

Answer 1: A slave whose master did serious bodily damage, such as knocking out a tooth, would be set free.

Answer 2: A master could beat a slave as long as he did not kill him.

Answer 3: A slave's body was the property of his master and a master could do what he wanted to.

Answer 4: A master who beat a slave would be put in prison.

Answer 1: 1.

Answer 2: 100.

Answer 3: 23.

Answer 4: 37.

Answer 1: The ox and you will both be put to death.

Answer 2: The ox will be stoned and you will have to go to prison for one year.

Answer 3: The ox will be sacrificed and you will have to pay a fine.

Answer 4: The ox will become the property of the family of the victim.

Answer 1: He had to pay the bridal price and offer to marry her.

Answer 2: The man was flogged.

Answer 3: The woman could be put to death but the man had no obligation.

Answer 4: The woman was sold as a slave and the man had to pay compensation.

Answer 1: She should be put to death.

Answer 2: She should be banished.

Answer 3: Her head should be shaved.

Answer 4: Her tongue should be cut out.

Answer 1: We cannot.

Answer 2: By reading the Bible and drawing logical conclusions.

Answer 3: By proving that God exists.

Answer 4: By meditating and reasoning.

Answer 1: Not to mistreat or oppress them.

Answer 2: To keep them separate.

Answer 3: To let them dwell with us only until their business was done.

Answer 4: To require them to hear the Word of God while they are in our country.

Answer 1: None.

Answer 2: When he breaks one of the Ten Commandments.

Answer 3: When the government acts contrary to Christian principles.

Answer 4: When he sends soldiers to war.

Answer 1: Near the great trees of Mamre.

Answer 2: Outside a well in Beersheba.

Answer 3: Outside Zoar.

Answer 4: In the Valley of Shaveh.

Answer 1: It must be sacrificed exactly eight days later.

Answer 2: It must be sacrificed within forty days.

Answer 3: It must be brought to the Temple to be blessed.

Answer 4: It must be saved for the Passover feast.

Answer 1: Feed it to their dogs.

Answer 2: Bleed it dry and cook it brown before eating it.

Answer 3: Use it as fertilizer for their fields.

Answer 4: Destroy the carcass.

Answer 1: Exodus.

Answer 2: Proverbs.

Answer 3: 1 Corinthians.

Answer 4: 2 Kings.

Answer 1: Tenth.

Answer 2: Money given to a church.

Answer 3: Food given to the poor.

Answer 4: Tax.

Answer 1: Nowhere.

Answer 2: 1 Corinthians.

Answer 3: 2 Corinthians.

Answer 4: Acts.

Answer 1: Everyone.

Answer 2: The Hebrews.

Answer 3: Those who believe in Him.

Answer 4: Those who were trying to follow the law.

Answer 1: Michael.

Answer 2: Gabriel.

Answer 3: Raphael.

Answer 4: Azrael.

Answer 1: Chariots of thunder.

Answer 2: No miscarriages.

Answer 3: Hornets to attack their enemies.

Answer 4: Ownership of part of modern-day Iraq.

Answer 1: Burning grain to ashes.

Answer 2: Building pillars.

Answer 3: Having blood sprinkled on them.

Answer 4: Throwing blood on an altar.

Answer 1: A pavement of perfectly clear sapphire.

Answer 2: A golden crown.

Answer 3: A blinding white light.

Answer 4: The form of a huge man shining like silver.

Answer 1: Job.

Answer 2: Esau.

Answer 3: Jonah.

Answer 4: Adam.

Answer 1: Orion.

Answer 2: Draco.

Answer 3: Leviathan.

Answer 4: The Twins.

Answer 1: Joshua.

Answer 2: Aaron.

Answer 3: Nobody.

Answer 4: Hur.

Answer 1: Greek.

Answer 2: Latin.

Answer 3: Hebrew.

Answer 4: Aramaic.

Answer 1: Acacia.

Answer 2: Cypress.

Answer 3: Cedar.

Answer 4: Oak.

Answer 1: Seven.

Answer 2: Nine.

Answer 3: Eleven.

Answer 4: Twelve.

Answer 1: A tent used for worship.

Answer 2: A sanctuary.

Answer 3: Any place where the Gospel is preached.

Answer 4: A box in which communion wafers are stored after consecration.

Answer 1: Never.

Answer 2: Once a year during Purim.

Answer 3: At the culmination of the Sabbath service in the great temple.

Answer 4: After they had undergone a full-day purification ritual.

Answer 1: Nicodemus.

Answer 2: Peter.

Answer 3: Zecheriah.

Answer 4: Lazarus.

Answer 1: Bronze.

Answer 2: Iron.

Answer 3: Gold.

Answer 4: Silver.

Answer 1: 12.

Answer 2: 1.

Answer 3: 3.

Answer 4: None.