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Bible Basics

Bible Timeline

Stories

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Commandments

Miscellaneous

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  • The Bible is really a library consisting of ___ books.

  • 46

  • 2

  • 27

  • 73


  • The Bible is really a library consisting of ___ books.

  • 46

  • 2

  • 27

  • 73


The Pentateuch refers to the first 5 books of the Bible. Name at least two of these books.


Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy


  • The Old Testament has ___ books:

  • 27

  • 46

  • 73

  • 19


  • The Old Testament has ___ books:

  • 27

  • 46

  • 73

  • 19


  • The correct abbreviation for Deuteronomy, chapter seven, verses ten through thirteen is:

  • 7Dt-10:13

  • Dt: 7, 10-13

  • Dt 7:10-13

  • Dt 7-10:13


  • The correct abbreviation for Deuteronomy, chapter seven, verses ten through thirteen is:

  • 7Dt-10:13

  • Dt: 7, 10-13

  • Dt 7:10-13

  • Dt 7-10:13


  • Ex 2:5-7 stands for:

  • 2nd Book of Exodus, chapter 5, verse 7

  • Exit, 2nd floor, doors 5 or 7

  • Exodus, chapter 2, verses 5 to 7

  • Exodus, verse 2, chapters 5 to 7


  • Ex 2:5-7 stands for:

  • 2nd Book of Exodus, chapter 5, verse 7

  • Exit, 2nd floor, doors 5 or 7

  • Exodus, chapter 2, verses 5 to 7

  • Exodus, verse 2, chapters 5 to 7


  • The events of the Bible represent the story of our SALVATION history over a

  • period of several ____________ years.

  • Thousand

  • Million

  • Hundred

  • Light


  • The events of the Bible represent the story of our SALVATION history over a

  • period of several ____________ years.

  • Thousand

  • Million

  • Hundred

  • Light


  • Which of the following stories is NOT considered “pre-history?”

  • Creation

  • Moses

  • Noah’s Ark

  • Adam and Eve

  • The Tower of Babel


  • Which of the following stories is NOT considered “pre-history?”

  • Creation

  • Moses

  • Noah’s Ark

  • Adam and Eve

  • The Tower of Babel


  • The Old Testament timeline begins with the story of our Father in faith, _________, around the year 1850 BC.

  • Adam

  • Alladin

  • Abraham

  • Moses


  • The Old Testament timeline begins with the story of our Father in faith, _________, around the year 1850 BC.

  • Adam

  • Alladin

  • Abraham

  • Moses


  • Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph are known as the ___________.

  • 4 Tops

  • Temptations

  • Platitudes

  • Patriarchs


  • Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph are known as the ___________.

  • 4 Tops

  • Temptations

  • Platitudes

  • Patriarchs


True or False: The Genesis stories of creation are meant to be understood literally.


False – they teach the truth about God’s relationship with us and his creation but not the science or exact history involved.


This son of Adam and Eve killed his brother because he was envious of him.


Cain killed Abel


  • God tested Abraham’s faith by asking him to:

  • speak to Pharaoh

  • sacrifice his son Isaac

  • not eat the fruit of the tree

  • part the waters of the Red Sea


  • God tested Abraham’s faith by asking him to:

  • speak to Pharaoh

  • sacrifice his son Isaac

  • not eat the fruit of the tree

  • part the waters of the Red Sea


This man tricked his brother Esau out of his birthright.


Jacob


This man’s brothers were envious of his coat of many colors and sold him into slavery in Egypt.


Joseph


The Jewish people celebrated this feast to recall how God saved them from death by the blood of the lamb and led them through the Red Sea from slavery in Egypt to freedom.


The Passover


The first 3 Commandments teach us about love of ____ while the last seven teach us about love of ______.


The first 3 Commandments teach us about love of God while the last seven teach us about love of neighbor.


These are the first 3 Commandments


“I am the Lord your God. You shall not have strange gods before me”

“You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain”

“Keep Holy the Sabbath day”?


This is the 4th Commandment which begins at home.


Honor your father and mother


The 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Commandments each complete this sentence: You shall not __________.


5th: kill

6th: commit adultery

7th: steal

8th: bear false witness against your neighbor


The 9th and 10th Commandments teach us not to do this with regards to our neighbor’s goods or spouse


Covet


Catholics celebrate the month of October as the Month of the…


Holy Rosary


This is how you say “Hail Mary” in Latin.


Ave Maria


During Advent, we sing “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel.” The name Emmanuel means…


God with us


  • In this devotion, Catholics pray in silence before the Blessed Sacrament in Church

  • absolution

  • anticipation

  • adoration

  • almsgiving


  • In this devotion, Catholics pray in silence before the Blessed Sacrament in Church

  • absolution

  • anticipation

  • adoration

  • almsgiving


  • During Adoration, the Eucharist is exposed in an ornately decorated vessel called a ___________.

  • chalice

  • monstrance

  • crucifix

  • paten


  • During Adoration, the Eucharist is exposed in an ornately decorated vessel called a ___________.

  • chalice

  • monstrance

  • crucifix

  • paten


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