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Genesis Quiz

{mosimage}Every other Wednesday, a group of men gather together in my home in the wee hours of darkness to look more deeply into the Old Testament together, practicing their preaching, teaching & study skills.  As we work through the OT, they are expected to read it and to memorize key passages, themes, people, etc.

To test your knowledge of the Old Testament, here’s a replica of the test they took last week on Genesis:

  1. What is the outline of Genesis?
  2. Who was Enoch and how did he die?
  3. Where in Genesis does it talk about Sodom & Gomorrah?  Which city did Lot live in?
  4. What is the difference between chapters 1 and 2 of Genesis?
  5. In what verses is the Abrahamic Covenant first described?
  6. What chapter describes the fall of man?
  7. Who did Jacob like better: Rachel or Leah?
  8. Where does it say, ‘you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good"?
  9. What does Genesis 22 describe?
  10. What verse describes how a man should ‘leave and cleave’?

Answers follow…

 


 

And the answers are…

  1.   I.  Four Events   (1-11)
             A.  Creation (1-2)
             B.  Fall (3-5)
             C.  Flood (6-9)
             D.  Nations (10-11)
     II.  Four People   (12-50)
             A.  Abraham (12-24)
             B.  Isaac  (25-26)
             C.  Jacob  (27-36)
             D.  Joseph  (37-50)
  2. Enoch was the father of Methusaleh; he walked with God & was taken.
  3. Gen 18-19; Lot lived in Sodom
  4. Gen 1 = creation in broad perspective;  Gen 2 = focused particularly on man & Adamic Covenant
  5. Gen 12:1-3
  6. Gen 3
  7. Rachel  (and her two sons, Joseph & Benjamin, were favored over all his other children)
  8. Gen 50:20
  9. Isaac is offered up
  10. Gen 2:24

How’d you do?  Hope that you did well…
If not, maybe this will be an impetus to your further study of the Word of our God!!

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Author: John Pleasnick

John serves as a pastor and elder at Faith Bible Church

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