Saturday, July 18, 2009

Bible Bee Pracitice Number 2-Genesis & Romans Pracitice Questions

Yesterday we had another practice session with our local Bible Bee contestants. The Junior and Senior divisions written tests included some questions we made up over two of the six books they need to study: Genesis and Romans. Here are the questions we came up with:


1. What event does not happen in Genesis:
a. Babel
b. Flood
c. Birth of Moses
d. Jacob goes to Egypt

2.Which choice below is in the correct time order:
a. Creation, Fall, Flood, Abraham
b. Creation, Flood, Isaac, Babel
c. Fall, Flood, Jacob, Isaac
d. Flood, Babel, Joseph, Jacob

3. God’s ability to speak creation into existence shows His:
a. Eternality
b. Sovereign power
c. Love for all mankind
d. Justice

4. According to Genesis 1:26-28, Adam and Eve were made in God’s image to:
a. Enjoy fishing
b. Have dominion over the earth
c. Enjoy the earth
d. Fellowship with God

5. In Genesis 9:5-6 God establishes capital punishment to prevent
a. Drunkenness
b. Lawlessness
c. Runaway violence
d. Abuse

6. The rainbow is a symbol of God’s promise to never destroy mankind:
a. again
b. with judgment
c. with fire
d. with water

7. What command of God did the people of Babel disobey:
a. be fruitful and multiply
b. bring forth abundantly in the earth
c. fill the earth
d. to not eat the blood of flesh

8. What chapters of Genesis gives us the beginning of the Human Race:
a. 1-25
b. 1-13
c. 1-22
d. 1-11

9. What chapters cover the beginning of the Hebrew Race:
a. 12-50
b. 14-48
c. 23-50
d. 26-28

10. The key men in Genesis are called:
a. Apostles
b. Disciples
c. Patriarchs
d. Friends of God

11. Sometimes today we call the Hebrew race the _______ race.
a. Palestinian
b. Jewish
c. Israeli
d. None of the above

12. Which Patriarch’s life is summarized by the following: Praying Parent, Copy Cat, Peace-Maker, Fooled Father?
a. Joseph
b. Isaac
c. Abraham
d. Jacob

13. Which Patriarch was known for being deceitful, scheming, and tricky?
a. Isaac
b. Joseph
c. Abraham
d. Jacob

14.Which Patriarch illustrates consistent obedience to God?
a. Abraham
b. Isaac
c. Joseph
d. Jacob

15. Genesis is part of what section of the Old Testament:
a. Poetry
b. Major Prophets
c. Wisdom Books
d. None of the above

16.Genesis is quoted over ____ times in the New Testament:
a. 99
b. 41
c. 35
d. 247

17. What three land areas does the book of Genesis take place on:
a. Mesopotamia, Egypt, Land of Canaan
b. Asia, Palestrina, Syria
c. Mesopotamia, Israel, Libya
d. Asia, Philistia, Ethiopia

18. The Hebrew word “toledot” means the result of something, what became of something. In the NKJV toldeot is translated:
a. in the beginning
b. what became of
c. starting with
d. this is the history

19. In Genesis we see the beginning of the thread of God’s plan to provide redemption for man. This thread begins in:
a. Genesis 6:9
b. Genesis 1:26
c. Genesis 3: 15
d. None of the above

20. Genesis covers about how many years of history:
a. 3,200
b. 13,200
c. 3,575,900
d. 2,300

21. Which person below is not in Genesis?
a. Enoch
b. Rebekah
c. Melchizedek
d. Balaam

22. Which list gives 7 important men in Genesis?
a. Abraham, Moses, David, Samuel, Melchizedek, Isaac, Joseph, Noah
b. Abel, Jacob, Enoch Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Joseph
c. Adam, Cain, Noah, Joshua, Melchizedek, Eli, Samuel
d. Adam, Abel, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Joshua, Joseph,

23. Genesis was written by:
a. Moses
b. Abraham
c. Jacob
d. Joshua

1. Romans is
a. Historical
b. Poetical
c. Doctrinal
d. None of the above

2. The term we use to describe how a person gets right with God is:
a. Glorification
b. Justification
c. Sanctification
d. None of the above

3. Doctrine means
a. dogma
b. duty
c. Gospel
d. None of the above

4. Romans is divided into two parts. The focus of what chapters is duty?
a. 1-11
b. 1-8
c. 9-16
d. 12-16

5. Paul said he was obligated and eager to do what?
a. Be an ambassador for Christ
b. Be a martyr
c. Preach the Gospel
d. All of the above

6. What about Christ caused the average Roman citizen to despise him?
a. He was Jewish
b. He was crucified as a criminal
c. He was a carpenter
d. All of the above

7. What people group did Paul say were condemned due to their rejection of what they know of God via the created world?
a. Moralists
b. Jews
c. Gentiles
d. All of the above

8. In Romans 3:21-5:21, Paul gives the blessings of God’s justification. Identify which item is not part of Paul’s list.
a. Possession of real hope
b. Proof of God’s love
c. Peace with God
d. Patience for trials

9. Romans 6-8 explains how we have a new relationship with sin. We are no longer
a. Sinners
b. Saints
c. Slaves
d. Silly

10. Romans 9-12 deals with what people group?
a. Gentile
b. Romans
c. Jews
d. Egyptians

11. We will be examined by Christ when we are
a. at the Judgment Seat of Christ
b. at the Pearly Gates
c. baptized
d. saved

12. Romans ends with examples of God-honoring living. Which is not among the examples:
a. helping the poor
b. building orphanages
c. evangelizing
d. Non of the above

13. Paul’s Jewish name was
a. Timothy
b. Silas
c. Barnabas
d. Saul

14. Paul was born about the same time as:
a. John, the brother of James
b. Peter
c. Jesus Christ
d. John Mark

15. Paul was born in what modern day country?
a. Greece
b. Israel
c. Romania
d. Turkey

16. According to tradition Paul was martyred under which Ceasar?
a. Claudias
b. Julias
c. Nero
d. Augustus

17. Romans uses persons from the Old Testament to teach biblical truths. Who from this list is not used:
a. Noah
b. David
c. Sara
d. Moses

18. God still has plans for the Jews as a nation during what time period?
a. Millennium
b. Tribulation
c. Pre-tribulation
d. None of the above

19. Identify the correct order for the key words of Romans:
a. Condemnation, Justification, Sanctification Practiced, Vindication, Sanctification Principles
b. Condemnation, Justification, Sanctification Practiced, Sanctification Principles, Vindication
c. Condemnation, Justification, Sanctification Principles, Vindication, Sanctification Practiced
d. None of the above

20. God’s merciful gift of His glorious righteousness demands
a. We avoid all grape products
b. We live righteously in our relationship with all others
c. We don’t use tobacco
d. We don’t pay taxes because we become citizens of heaven

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