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Bible Quiz Answers

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1)Who is Hammedatha the Agagite? Father of Haman 2)How many children did Jacob the patriarch have? 13 (12 sons and Dinah) 3)What is the other name for the Hebrew month Nisan? (Aviv/ Abib) 4)The term “Rosh Hashanah” is used how many times in the Bible? (0) 5)What three Hebrew letters are the root of the word “atonement” (IN Hebrew) (Kaf, Pey, Reish).. 2 points if you wrote K,P,R 6)What is the name of the town witch in the story of Philip and the town of Samaria in Acts 8? (Simeon/Simon) 7)Four women approached Moses one day about land rights. What was the name of their father? (Zelophehad) 8)How many goats were killed on the Day of Atonement in Leviticus 16 (the first one described in the Bible)? (1, the other was let go into the wilderness) 9)How many provinces were in Ahaseurus’s realm? (127) 10)Name the two conspirators in the Purim story: Bigthan and Teresh 11)Who was Ruth’s sister-in-law? Orpah. That was the name Oprah Winfrey’s mother was trying to give Oprah. She …

Bible Quiz

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Short answer:
1)Who was Hammedatha the Agagite? 2)How many children did Jacob the Hebrew patriarch have? 3)What is the other name for the Hebrew month Nisan? 4)The term “Rosh Hashanah” is used how many times in the Bible? 5)What three Hebrew letters are the root of the word “atonement” (In Hebrew) 6)What is the name of the town witch in the story of Philip and the town of Samaria in Acts 8? 7)Four women approached Moses one day about land rights. What was the name of their father? 8)How many goats were killed on the Day of Atonement in Leviticus 16 (the first one described in the Bible)? 9)How many provinces were in Ahaseurus’s realm? 10)Name the two conspirators in the Purim story: B__________ and T_________ 11)Who was Ruth’s sister-in-law? 12)Goliath came out to taunt Israel for how many days before David stood up against him? 13)What do old men do in the prophecy of Joel about the last days? 14)How many days did God work in the creation story? 15)Wh…

"The Lion King: Called for What?" by Guest Writer, Rebekah B.

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I love Disney. I think I've watched pretty much all of the old cartoons and am now one of the many adults who is eagerly going to the cinema to view the remakes. The Lion King has long been one of my favourites and when I watched it at the cinema yesterday, it didn't disappoint. The visuals as expected were stunning, and I was interested to note that the story was barely changed from the 1994 classic. I guess Disney knew they already had a masterpiece with a massive fan base on their hands, so they played it quite safe with the remake.
That being said, the majesty of the amazingly lifelike lions made for gorgeous viewing and the familiar musical score certainly gave me all the feelings I was hoping for. I was drawn in right from the opening bar of the Circle of Life, felt Simba’s anguish as his father fell to his death, laughed with the rest of the audience at the antics of the beloved Timon and Puma, and felt the jubilant triumph as Simba, at last, took his rightful place as …