Bible Trivia: Siblings of the Bible
The Bible has a lot of stories about siblings
There are dozens of stories about siblings in the Bible. Many of them contain conflict or rivalry; some were about avenging a sibling; and some siblings were portrayed as congenial but very different. Take this journey through the Bible regarding sibling relationships. Take the quiz and see how much you know. Good luck!
Do nothing from rivalry or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves."— Philippians 2:2-3
Rivaling brothers in the Bible
Joseph gets a coat of many colors
Sisters and brothers in the Bible
We hear a lot more in the Bible about brothers than we do sisters; however, there are some sister/sister, sister/brother stories we can learn from. Family dynamics are an important part of our lives. We can learn from the good ones as well as the bad ones. Much of this quiz is simply informational to see how much you know.
Sisters and brothers
The story of the prodigal son
Scoundrels use wicked methods, they make up evil schemes to destroy the poor with lies, even when the plea of the needy is just."— Isaiah 32:7
Siblings who were scoundrels
Jesus had siblings
Did you know Jesus had siblings? Can you imagine being a sibling of Jesus? "Why can't you be more like your brother Jesus," they might've heard. Who knows? There is more about Jesus' siblings in the Bible than you might think. Take the quiz and see how much you know and what you can learn.
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