Welcome To Expert Level 2
Obviously, this is not your first Expert Bible trivia quiz. So we will treat you as a Bible Trivia Expert.
As we mentioned previously, all the expert levels are Insanely difficult to pass.
Are you sure you are bible’d up to ace the expert levels? Even Pastors & other clergymen struggle with this level. If you thought the advanced levels was tough wait till you get a load of our expert levels! The questions are tougher with even more multiple choice answers and very few hints. Plus the quiz is timed with a green timer in upper left of your face as you struggle for answers under pressure. You will only have 3 minutes to complete it. You will need at least 70% correct to pass. Basically you are only allowed to miss 3 questions.
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How is the body of Christ nourished?
Explanation: All the body has nourishment ministered by the joints (members)
Reference: Colossians 2:19
What three stones were set in the fourth row of Aaron's breastplate?
Explanation: Aaron's breastplate had four rows of three stones each, representing the tribes of Israel. 20 and the fourth row a beryl and an onyx and a jasper; they shall be set in gold filigree.
Reference: Exodus 28:20
In the New Testament, which figure quoted several Psalm 91 verses, beginning with 'For he shall give his angels charge over thee'?
Explanation: Satan quoted these lines when he tried to tempt Jesus to cast Himself down from the temple's pinnacle.
Reference: Psalms 91:11
If "GOD" can do anything, Can he sin if he decided too?
Please select 2 correct answers
Explanation: There are certain things God cannot do. Not just logically impossible things. He can’t commit sin. He cannot do evil acts because God is sinless and holy and so to do those things would be to contradict His own morally perfect nature. Titus 1:2 says that it’s impossible for God to lie. It’s not that God merely chooses not to lie, but that He’s literally incapable of it. Why? Because lying is a sin and sin goes against God’s morally perfect nature. God can no more do evil then fire can cause things to freeze.
Reference: Psalm 23:6, Psalm 25:8; Psalm 34;8; 2 Corinthians 5:21, etc.)
What was the total number of troops on The Reuben's tribe side of the Israelites camp?
Explanation: The Reuben side of the camp consisted of the Rueben tribe, the Simeon tribe and the Gad tribe, they totaled 151,450.
Reference: Numbers 2:16
The law came how many years later after Abraham?
Explanation: The law came 430 years later after Abraham.
Reference: Galatians 3:17
Who does Paul mention as his fellow prisoners?
Explanation: Salute Andronicus and Junia, my kinsmen, and my fellow prisoners, who are of note among the apostles, who also were in Christ before me.
Reference: Romans 16:7
The elders asked that the Lord would make Ruth like which two women?
Explanation: When Boaz took upon himself the inheritance for Ruth's husband who had died, the elders witnessing to this wished for him that the Lord would make Ruth like Leah and Rachel, who they said had built up the house of Israel.
Reference: Ruth 4:11
What does the Lord tell the people of Nineveh he will see upon their face?
Explanation: I will discover thy skirts upon thy face, and I will show the nations thy nakedness.
Reference: Nahum 3:5
What is the difference Between dispensationalism and Covenant Theology?
Please select 4 correct answers
Explanation: Simply put, Covenant theology purports that the whole of Scripture revolves around two or perhaps three main covenants, hence the name. In short, those in the covenant school hold that before time began, a covenant was established among the Godhead that the Son would be the Head and Redeemer of the elect, a select group of individuals predetermined to receive eternal life. This was done knowing in advance of Adam’s failure in the Garden. In return, the Son would be raised to life after His atoning work at Calvary, glorified by the Father and given power and great glory. This is called the covenant of redemption. After Adam was created, the triune God established a covenant with Adam in which he was promised eternal life for perfect obedience and warned of physical and spiritual death if he failed, which he did. This all occurred under the covenant of works. Because of Adam’s failure, a covenant of grace was then graciously established to provide forgiveness for the offending, elect descendants of Adam, whom he represented. This forgiveness was made possible by the covenant of redemption which predated it in eternity. Consequently, the elect sinner after being regenerated and given the gift of faith is then forgiven and then promises to live a life well-pleasing to God in obedience to the Lord. These are some of the main tenets of Covenant theology.
In contrast to covenantism, Dispensationalism presents scripture as the unfolding, progressive revelation of God. Through a series of dispensations or time periods, God dispenses His truth for man to obey. Failure to obey this stewardship of truth has resulted in God’s judgment on man throughout history and consequently results in a further revelation of God’s truth which then becomes the standard for the following time period. Therefore, a key component of dispensational thought is that it recognizes these distinctions in Scripture. Further, because covenantalists do not observe critical distinctions in Scripture, it leads to a convoluted interpretation of prophetic portions of the Bible. Because it does not distinguish between Israel and the Church, the promises made to Israel in the Old Testament are erroneously applied to the Church, since it sees the Church and Israel as the same. When it comes to unfulfilled prophecy, Covenant theology also lends itself to the employment of a double hermeneutic, meaning two ways of interpreting scripture. This means applying a literal interpretation of the Bible on one hand and a symbolic or allegorical interpretation on the other. In other words, in matters dealing with the past fulfillment of scripture, a literal method is utilized. But when it comes to unfulfilled prophecy, instead of maintaining a consistency in Bible interpretation, a symbolic hermeneutic is employed.
Yes, there are many differences between Covenant theology and Dispensationalism, differences that can easily divide. But despite these differences, those who hold to another view of scripture should never be viewed as the enemy. “He that is not against us is for us” Luke 9:50. Our attitude should be as Paul stated to the Philippians, “…if in anything ye be otherwise minded, God shall reveal even this unto you” Phil. 3:15. May that be our sentiment as we strive to rightly divide the word of truth.
Reference: Luke 9:50, Phil. 3:15