"Bible Firsts" Quiz
Are you ready for my "Bible Firsts" quiz?
Thanks for visiting my "Bible firsts" quiz page, where you can test your Bible knowledge, your scripture mettle, your Bible trivia (not trivial) pursuit, your knowledge of first things and your multiple choice skills. Since you decided to come here, I'm assuming first that you are a believer and have faith that the Bible is, in truth, the Word of God. If this is not the case as yet, no matter, It just may be by the time you finish my quiz. OR, you may want to check out the featured hubs in the link capsules below first. I'm also assuming that since you decided to come here, you have some Bible knowledge, but just how well do you know the Word of God, both the old and the new Testament? if you feel you can cut the mustard, are up to scriptural snuff, are a real navigator, all that good stuff, then go for it. Skip directly to the module titled "Take my Quiz." After taking the quiz, be sure to let me know how you did by voting in my exit poll. Thanks.
Featured hub1: On apologetics:
- Apologetics (Knowing how to defend the Faith)
Peter tells us in I Peter 3:15 to be ready to give an answer to everyone who asks concerning our faith. Some of the issues covered by apologetics are: The trustworthiness of the Old Testament, The trustworhiness of the New Testament,
Featured hub 2: On eternal salvation:
- Are You Going To Heaven?
I'm making this page about going to heaven (eternal salvation) first of all because it is of vital importance due to the uncertainty of life (We never know what can happen [a car accident, a heart attack, etc.] and we are not promised another...
The law of first mention:
Do you know when certain things first appeared? I'm not talking about the old chicken and egg question. That's not one of my questions.
The Bible, being the inspired Word of God, has its own rules of interpretation, which we call Hermeneutics, and one of the hermeneutical principles is something called "the law of first mention." That's the principle that the first mention or occurrence of anything - a subject, person, place, thing, term or event - the first mention or occurrence in Scripture is significant and meaningful in interpreting later occurrences, Thus it is important to have a knowledge of Bible firsts.
Speaking of Hermeneutics, perhaps you might want to check out the featured lens below before tackling my quiz. But, if you really think you're ready now -- if you feel you can cut the mustard, are up to scriptural snuff, are a real navigator, all that good stuff, then go for it. Take my Bible quiz is what I'm saying! (Do you dare?) Good luck, and have fun. Then, let me know how you did by voting in my exit poll. Thanks.
Some study Bibles you might want to consider:
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Exit Poll: How did you do? - And did y' learn anythin'?
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Didn't do too well? - You may want to check out these Bible trivia games and quizzes in adition to the study Bibles listed above:
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- Amazing Bible
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