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Bible Quiz

Warning: This quiz does not pertain to the best loved passages in the Bible. If you are a religious person, you may not like this!

Hint (in case that warning wasn't enough of a hint): If you choose the most outrageous, shocking, or stupid answer in each case, you'll probably score very well!

According to the book of Deuteronomy, what was to be done with a young woman when it was found out that she was not a virgin when she got married?
Nothing.
She was prohibited from speaking to her parents again.
She was to be made a slave.
She was to be stoned to death.
She was to be banished.

When the warrior Jephthah was victorious in battle against the Ammonites, what did he offer as a burnt sacrifice to God in keeping with the vow he made to God before the battle?
A sheep
A cow
A goat
One of the defeated Ammonites
His own daughter

According to Deuteronomy, the penalty for rape was for the rapist to pay 50 shekels of silver to the victim's father. But there was also something that the victim was required to do. What was it?
Shave her head and put on sackcloth and ashes
Spit on the face of her attacker
Be consecrated by the priest
Marry the rapist
Remain unmarried for life

In the book of Judges, when a certain Levite was traveling and stayed in the house of a man in Gibeah, and some of the men of the town came to the house demanding to have sex with the Levite, how did the owner of the house try to deal with the situation?
He fought off the men single-handed.
He snuck away and got help from his neighbors.
He offered to let the men rape his own daughter instead.
He sent the Levite out to be raped by the townsmen.
He did nothing, and the men broke in and forced the Levite to have sex with them.

When Uzzah reached out to steady the ark of God because it was tipping over, how did God reward him?
He ordered him to be given 30 shekels of gold.
He made him high priest.
He gave him the choicest plot of ground in the land.
He made the Israelites bow before him.
He killed him.

When King David had a man killed so that he could steal his wife, how did God punish this deed?
David was dethroned.
David suffered boils all over his body for three months
David was banished to the desert for six months
David died.
The baby conceived by the woman died.

When warning about idolatry while giving the 10 Commandments, God said that he would
banish people who served idols.
punish children for their parents' sins.
send people to hell for bowing down to idols.
reward people who remained true to him.
reward people who turned in their neighbors for worshiping idols.

When Israel went to war against the Amalekites, what did God command them to do if they won?
Make slaves of all of the Amalekites
Kill all the warriors, and make slaves of the rest
Let them live peacefully among the Israelites as long as they converted to their religion
Kill all the adults, and bring up the children in the religion of the Israelites
Kill everyone

When Jacob took advantage of his starving brother to steal his birthright, and later in life lied to his father in order to steal his older brothers blessing, God
did nothing.
brought plagues upon him until he repented.
sent the prophet Elijah to warn Jacob of the consequences of his sins.
cursed Jacob with blindness.
blessed Jacob had made him very prosperous.

When Abraham told his beautiful wife Sarah to claim that she was Abraham's sister because he was afraid someone might kill him in order to take her, and Abimelech subsequently took Sarah into his court,
God punished Abraham with sores for being a coward.
God struct Abraham temporarily with blindness for having lied.
God prevented Abraham from entering the promised land.
Abraham was rewarded with sheep, cattle, and slaves and was offered his choice of the land.
nothing happened as a result.