25 Bible Trivia Questions on Trees
From Genesis the first book, to Revelation the last book, trees are a part of the Bible landscape. God created them on the third day of creation week (Genesis 1:11-13), and when the old earth makes room the new in Revelation 22 verse 2, there is "the tree of life, which bore twelve fruits, each tree yielding its fruit every month."
Many other interesting facts about Bible trees can be taught or recalled during participation in this quiz. Use it as an icebreaker in a young adult session, or as an introduction to a study on trees in the Bible. Have fun while you increase your knowledge. Repeat as often as you wish to refresh your memory.
Section One - The Parable of the Trees
The following six questions are based on The Parable of the Trees (Judges 9: 8-15 NKJV), beautifully written in poetry, which makes it stand our from the rest of the chapter.
Section Two: More Trees in Bible Poetry
Ten of the following questions are extracted from the Books of Job, Psalms and the Song of Solomon (also known as Song of Songs) which are mainly works of poetry.
Two are from the prophetic books of Isaiah and Jeremiah which also contain large poetry portions. The answers are found verbatim in at least three versions of the Bible.
Section Three: Fill in the Blanks
For the last seven quiz questions, simply fill the blanks in verses which are quoted from the New King James Version. (If there is a competition, the Quiz Master may make allowance for different words used in different versions other than the New King James Version.)
More Facts on Trees in the Bible
- Literal and figurative trees of the Bible
Lists more than thirty different kinds of trees named in the Bible: Showing how the Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge of Good & Evil are one, and showing the association between the Name above every name and the Family-Tree.
- 48 Bible Verses about Trees
Bible verses from the Old and New Testaments which mention trees.
© 2013 Dora Weithers