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Question 1 of 27
True or False: There were seven kings in Israel before it divided into two nations.
Question 2 of 27
True or False: The rebellion that divided Israel occurred during the reign of Solomon’s grandson.
Question 3 of 27
True or False: Ten tribes became the southern kingdom known as Judah.
Question 4 of 27
True or False: Jerusalem became the capital of the southern kingdom.
Question 5 of 27
True or False: The northern kingdom had more kings who where godly.
Question 6 of 27
True or False: Ahab was a king of Judah.
Question 7 of 27
True or False: The “Minor Prophets” are so named because they were relatively unimportant in the history of Israel.
Question 8 of 27
True or False: All the Minor Prophets prophesied to either Israel or Judah.
Question 9 of 27
True or False: Most of the Minor Prophets prophesied during the time covered by the book of II Kings.
Question 10 of 27
True or False: Israel and Judah fell to the Babylonians and were carried into captivity at nearly the same time.
Question 11 of 27
True or False: The books of Ezra and Nehemiah cover approximately the same time period of history.
Question 12 of 27
True or False: The book of Esther attributes seemingly natural or man-made events to the direct hand of God.
Question 13 of 27
True or False: Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther were all children of the covenant who rose to positions of leadership even in captivity.
Question 14 of 27
True or False: Nehemiah brings us chronologically to the end of Old Testament history.
Question 15 of 27
True or False: There is no biblical record of the fate of Israel or Judah after they were taken into captivity by their enemies.
Question 16 of 27
Which of the following was a cupbearer for a king?
Question 17 of 27
Which of the following was hung on the gallows he had prepared for his enemy?
Question 18 of 27
Esther was a queen of:
Question 19 of 27
Which of the following was NOT a queen?
Question 20 of 27
Which prophet was sent to preach in the capital city of the nation that would soon destroy his people?
Question 21 of 27
Which prophet was a shepherd when God called him?
Question 22 of 27
Which prophet warned of the dangers of not paying your tithe?
Question 23 of 27
Which prophet was married to a prostitute?
Question 24 of 27
Which prophet asked God to explain why the wicked prospered and judgment seemed to be delayed?
Question 25 of 27
Which prophet saw eight visions, including the flying scroll and the man with a measuring line?
Question 26 of 27
Which prophet told of the coming of the Spirit in the last days?
Question 27 of 27
Which prophet spoke of the coming of Elijah before “the great and dreadful day of the Lord?”