Welcome To Intermediate Level 2
This Intermediate Bible Quiz is designed to measure your knowledge of the key people and facts in Bible’s storyline and motivate you to dig deeper into the Bible itself.
The questions can be a bit challenging featuring 5-6 multiple choice answers with a few helpful 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 4 minutes to complete it. You will need at least 70% correct to pass.
This is a timed quiz. You will be given 240 seconds to answer all questions. Are you ready?
Can women be pastors, ministers, priests or rabbis?
Explanation: No they cannot and those who go against God's order are living in sin. Know-where in the bible does it state women were ordained pastors, priests, rabbis or head of the church. Furthermore, none of the 12 disciples Jesus chose were women. Scripture makes it clear that women are not to have spiritual authority over men. The clear implication is that women are not to serve in any role which involves the authoritative spiritual teaching of men. By this definition, the role of teaching pastor/shepherd is reserved for men. This is confirmed in the two passages which deal specifically with the qualifications for church leadership. Church leaders are described as the "husband of one wife," "a man whose children believe," and "men worthy of respect."
Paul does not expect that women will not or can not learn or teach (compare with Titus 2:3-5 and 2 Tim. 1:5; 3:14,15). He simply states that they cannot teach or have authority over men. Thus, they cannot have a pastoral position, or perform the pastoral function, for that puts them in authority over men. Women are encouraged to teach other women (Titus 2:3-5). Women are nowhere restricted from teaching children. Women seem to excel, far beyond men, in some of the spiritual gifts and fruit of the Spirit (1 Corinthians 12; Galatians 5:22-23).
Remember, Women being restricted from spiritual teaching authority over men is not a punishment. Rather, it is a refocusing to the ministries, skills, and gifts God with which blesses women. Women are held in high honor for their unique and significant contribution to the advancement of Christ's kingdom, and the building of godly homes should be esteemed for its vital contribution to developing personal Christian character and Christlike concern for others. Women are not less than man, God has simply given us different roles.
Reference: 1 Timothy 3:1-13, Titus 1:6-9, 1 Peter 3:7
In the new land, the Israelites where not to do what with their former enemies?
Explanation: Marriage was forbidden with former enemies as it could turn away the Israelites from worshiping God.
Reference: Deuteronomy 7:3
What kind of plant does Rachel ask Leah to give her to increase her fertility?
Explanation: Rachel says to Leah, 'Give me, I pray thee, of thy son's mandrakes.' Back then it was thought to increase fertility and was valued as an aphrodisiac. Even the Bible attests to its powers - in the story of Rachael, Leah and Jacob, the originators of the twelve tribes of Israel Rachael trusted in the power of the Mandrake to rouse Jacob's interest in her, hoping that the herb would make her fertile so she could bear him a child.
Reference: Genesis 30:14
What is a timbrel?
Explanation: The timbrel is a tambourine, often used by Israelites with victory songs.
Who did Stephen talk about when he said he could 'Not so much as to set his foot on'?
Explanation: Stephen reminded the council of God's promise to Abraham.
Reference: Acts Chapter 7
What did the Lord have Ezekiel eat as part of his calling?
Explanation: Ezekiel was given a scroll full of lamentations to eat before he was sent to Israel as a prophet.
What was the name of David's first wife?
Explanation: Saul promised David his oldest daughter but gave her to someone else (1 Samuel 18:19). He then promised him Michal, whome he married (1 Samuel 18:27).
Reference: 1 Samuel 18:27
What is said of 'whom the Lord commendeth.'
Explanation:For not he that commendeth himself is approved, but whom the Lord commendeth.
Reference: 2 Corinthians 10:18
What was John's instruction to the tax collectors to do after they were baptized?
Explanation: Then tax collectors also came to be baptized, and said to him, 'Teacher, what shall we do?' and he said to them, 'Collect no more than what is appointed for you'.
Reference: Luke 3:13
Why should you not believe every spirit?
Explanation: Test every spirit as there are many false prophets. A false prophet will not confess Jesus Christ.
Reference: 1 John 4:1
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