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Double Extreme Bible Trivia Test 5: Answers
Matthew 28:19 and Mark 16:15
God did not say. At the Burning Bush, (Exodus 3:14) he told Moses to call him Yahwah (“I am”), but God did not say that was his name. Think about this example: Suppose you are going to meet the President of the United States. You ask this question: what should I call him? The answer: You can call him “Sir.” “Sir” is not his name but is a title. That is the same way that “Yahweh” works.
Peter on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2)
5: OT: Obadiah; NT: Philemon, II John, III John, Jude
They fought at Moses’ side after the Jews worshipped the golden calf. (Exodus 32:27-29)
6 days; he rested on the seventh day. (Many people will say 7 days.)
Largest: Judah (74,600 men over 20 years old)
Benjamin (35,400 men over 20 years old). Manasseh only had 32.200 men, but Manasseh was a half-tribe of Joseph; the other half-tribe was Ephraim which had 40,500 men.
He was most likely living in Haran. Genesis 11:31 tells that Terah, Abram’s father, moved from Ur to go to Canaan but stopped in Haran. In Genesis 12:1-3, God tells Abram to leave, Genesis 12:4 states that Abram left from Haran.