Bible Trivia Pursuit Questions and Answers is a trivia game that tests your knowledge of the word of God.
The game is played by two or more players, with each player trying to answer questions correctly in order to advance around the board. The first player that reaches the finish wins the game.
Bible Trivia Pursuit Questions and Answers
Q1: Most used word in the Bible is what?
Q2: The longest book in the Bible is?
Q3: Shortest book in the Bible is?
A: 3 John
Q4: Shortest chapter in the Bible is?
A: Ps 117, Psalms 117:1-2
Q5: Longest chapter in the Bible is
A: Psalms 119
Q6: Longest verse in the Bible is?
A: Esther 8:9
Q7: Shortest verse in the Bible is?
A: John 11:35 – [Jesus wept]
Q8: The Bible was written over a period of 1500 years by approximately
A: 40 different authors
Q9: The longest sentence in the Bible (KJV) is the genealogy of Jesus found in?
A: Luke 3:23-38 (467 words!)
Q10: Methuselah was the oldest man at?
A: 969 yrs old (Genesis 5:27)
Q11: Who was the 1st left handed man in the Bible?
A: Ehud (Judges 3:15)
Q12: Is it true the 10 commandments had writing on both sides?
A: True (Exodus 32:15)
Q13: Who invented the harp and flute?
A: Jubal (Genesis 4:21)
Q14: Did Delilah cut Samson’s hair?
A: No (Judges 16:19)
Q15: Everyone spoke the same language until the incident at __ where their language was changed.
A: Tower of Babel (Genesis 11:1-9)
Q16: Was there a lady named Noah in the Bible?
A: Yes (Joshua 17:3)
Q17: Samson used what to kill 1000 men?
A: Jawbone of an ass (Judges 15:15)
Q18: The only boat mentioned by name in the Bible is?
A: The Castor and Pollux (Acts 28:11)
Q19: Manasseh was the longest reigning king for how long?
A: 55 years (2 Kings 21:1)
Q20: Zimri was the shortest reigning king for how long?
A: 7 days (1 Kings 16:15)
Q21: Joash was the youngest king at what age?
A: 7 years old (2 Chronicles 24:1)
Q22: The book of Genesis never says Adam and Eve ate an apple, only that they ate fruit. True or False?
Q23: The only place an apple tree is mentioned in the Bible is in?
A: Song of Solomon 2:3
Q24: Who was the 1st person God killed for being wicked?
A: Er (Genesis 38:7)
Q25: Who was the first person recorded in the Bible to commit polygamy?
A: Lamech (Genesis 4:19)
Q26: Who shut the door of the Ark?
A: God (Genesis 7:16)
Q27: Goliath’s armor weighed how many pounds?
A: 125 pounds (1 Samuel 17:5)
Q28: David kept whose armor in his tent after defeating him?
A: Goliath’s (1 Samuel 17:54)
Q29: Who was the 1st Christian martyr in the Bible?
A: Stephen (Acts 7:57-60)
Q30: Who was the first apostle martyred in the Bible?
A: James (Acts 12:1-2)
Q31: Who was the 1st judge of Israel?
A: Othniel (Judges 3:9-10)
Q32: What colour is the 1st color mentioned in the Bible?
A: Green (Genesis 1:30)
Q33: Who captured 31 kings in the Bible?
A: Joshua (Joshua 12:9-24)
Q34: David is mentioned roughly about 1139 times in the Bible, second only to who?
Q35: Who is the most mentioned woman (59 times) in the Bible?
Q36: Who is the second most mentioned woman in the Bible?
A: Rachel (47 times)
Q37: Who is the 1st woman recorded singing in the Bible?
A: Miriam (Exodus 15:21)
Q38: There are how many Mary’s in the New Testament?
Q39: There was a man with 6 fingers and 6 toes in the Bible. He was a desendant of who?
A: Rapha (2 Samuel 21:20)
Q40: The book of Job dates before?
Q41: God is not mentioned in the book of?
Q42: Every quote Jesus used against Satan was from the book of?
Q43: “Word for word”, who wrote more of the New Testament than Paul.?
A: Luke wrote more words than Paul
Q44: The books Paul wrote in the New Testament were named for the people they were written to. True or False?
Q45: “Bethlehem” means what?
A: House of bread
Q46: “Amen” means basically?
A: So be it
Q47: “Hosanna” means what?
A: Save now
Q48: “Manna” means what?
A: What is it
Q49: When the king of Nineveh called the people to repent, even the animals were to fast and be covered in what?
A: Sackcloth (Jonah 3:7-8)
Q50: Job at one time had 7000 sheep, 3000 camels, 500 oxen, and 500 female donkeys. True of False?
A: True (Job 1:3)
Q51: Who wrote about 3000 proverbs and 1005 songs?
A: Solomon (1 Kings 4:32)
Q52: What was of little value in Solomon’s day?
A: Silver (1 Kings 10:21)
Q53: Who despised shepherds in those days?
A: Egyptians (Genesis 46:34)
Q54: Jacob had 12 sons, but also had a daughter named who?
A: Dinah (Genesis 34:1)
Q55: Adam was 130 years old when who was born?
A: Seth (Genesis 5:3)
Q56: The Levites could not serve in the Tabernacle until how many years old and had to retire at age 50.
A: 25 years (Numbers 8:24-25)
Q57: Og, the king of Bashan, had a bed made of what that was 13′ long and 6′ wide?
A: Iron (Deuteronomy 3:11)
Q58: During a severe famine in Samaria, a donkey’s head was being sold for how many pieces of silver?
A: 80 (2 Kings 6:25)
Q59: During a severe famine in Samaria, 16 oz of a dove’s dung was being sold for how many pieces of silver?
A: 5 (2 Kings 6:25)
Q60: When Nehemiah saw that the men of Judah had married foreign wives, he rebuked them, beat some of them, and pulled out their what?
A: Hair (Nehemiah 13:25)
Q61: There are how many books of the Bible that start with J?
A: 12 books
Q62: Jesus was about how old when He began His ministry?
A: 30 years old (Luke 3:23)
Q63: The disciples were called Christians for the 1st time at where?
A: Antioch (Acts 11:26)
Q64: The last place we see the Ark of the Covenant in the Bible was when God told the Levites to place it in the where?
A: Temple that Solomon built (2 Chronicles 35:3)
Q65: The new Earth won’t have any seas. True or False?
A: True (Revelations 21:1)
Q66: The law was given how many years after God’s covenant was established with Abraham?
A: 430 years (Galatians 3:16-17)
Q67: Joseph was the only person in Genesis to live less than 120 years. True or False?
A: True (He died at 110 years old – Genesis 50:22)
Q68: Isaiah (Greek word Esaias) is quoted by name how many times in the New Testament:
A: 21 times
Q69: King Ahasuerus made a feast that went for how many days?
A: 180 days (Esther 1:3-4)
Q70: The only woman the Bible tells us to remember was who?
A: Lot’s wife (Luke 17:32)
Q71: Who was the first man to prophesy in the Bible?
A: Enoch (Jude 1:14)
Q72: Paul had a sister. True or False?
A: True (Acts 23:16)
Q73: Abraham was circumcised when he was how many years old?
A: 99 years (Genesis 17:24)
Q74: Abraham got remarried after Sarah died, to Keturah. He had how many children with her?
A: 6 (Genesis 25:1-2)
Q75: Anything that walked on four paws was a forbidden food under the law. True or False?
A: True (Leviticus 11:27)
Q76: The six “cities of refuge” were a part of the land given to which tribe of Israel?
A: The Levites (Numbers 35:6)
Q77: There was a town called Adam. True or False?
A: True (Joshua 3:16)
Q78: God rained down large what from Heaven on some of Israel’s enemies?
A: Stones (Joshua 10:11)
Q79: Samson wanting to marry a Philistine girl (who was not of his own people) was the Lord’s doing. True of False?
A: True (Judges 14:1-4)
Q80: David had a son named Rehoboam. True or False?
A: False (1 Chronicles 3:1)
Q81: Who became David’s commander and chief because he killed the first person when David took over Jerusalem?
A: Joab (1 Chronicles 11:6)
Q82: Kings Zedekiah and Ahab were burned to death. True or False?
A: True (Jeremiah 29:22)
Q83: There were how many steps to Solomon’s throne?
A: 6 steps (1 Kings 10:19)
Q84: Why does the Bible say that people were always “going up” to Jerusalem?
A: Jerusalem sits upon a hill, and no matter what direction you approach from, you will always be going up to it
Q85: Rachel was a?
A: Shepherdess (Genesis 29:9)
Q86: There was an unnamed river that flowed out of the Garden of Eden which parted into 4 more rivers: Pishon, Gihon, Hiddekel (Tigris) and which other river?
A: Euphrates (Genesis 2:10-14)
Q87: Abraham had sons with some of his concubines too. True or False
A: True (Genesis 25:6)
Q88: Samson caught how many foxes, tied them tail to tail, put a lighted torch between their two tails, and set them loose to destroy the fields of the Philistines?
A: 300 foxes (Judges 15:4-5)
Q89: The only angels mentioned by name in the Bible are: Gabriel, Michael, and who else?
Q90: Babylon in the Bible was located approximately where modern day __ is today?
A: Baghdad, Iraq
Q91: Jesus had at least 4 brothers named: James, Joses, Juda (Jude), and who else?
A: Simon (Matthew 13:55-56)
Q92: Gideon had how many sons?
A: 71 (Judges 8:30-31)
Q93: When a group of soldiers was lead into Samaria, the king asked Elisha if he should kill them. Elisha replied no, but instead feed them. The king threw a great feast and then sent them on their way. They never bothered Israel again. Which king sent these soldiers?
A: King of Aram (2 Kings 6:20-23)
Q94: David had a praise team of how many men?
A: 4000 men (1 Chronicles 23:5)
Q95: Noah’s Ark contained how many windows?
A: Only 1 window (Genesis 6:16)
Q96: How many Israelites helped build God’s Temple?
A: 30,000 Israelites. They worked in shifts, 10,000 worked for one month, then they had 2 months off (1 Kings 5:13-14)
Q97: Who struck down Moab’s two mightiest warriors and also killed a lion in a pit on a snowy day?
A: Benaiah – This is the only time that the Bible talks about it snowing (1 Chronicles 11:22)
Q98: Remember to show hospitality to strangers because you might be helping who?
A: An angel (Hebrews 13:2)
Q99: When David ordered Joab and the army commanders to count all of the fighting men of Israel, it took them how many months?
A: 9 months and 20 days. There were 1,300,000 men (2 Samuel 24:1-9)
Q100: When the Angel of the Lord sent a pestilence upon Israel, he was actually visible in the sky with a what in his hand?
A: A sword (1 Chronicles 21:14-17)
Q101: The plans for how God’s Temple was to be built were put in David’s mind by who?
A: The Holy Spirit (1 Chronicles 28:12)
Q102: When God’s Temple was dedicated, how many oxen and sheep where sacrificed?
A: 22,000 oxen and 120,000 sheep were sacrificed by Solomon (1 Kings 8:62-63)
Q103: Nobody ever offered more spices as a present to Solomon than the Queen of who?
A: Queen of Sheba (1 Kings 10:10)
Q104: Proverbs says four animals are exceedingly wise: ants, coneys/hyraxes, locusts, and ?
A: Lizards (Proverbs 30:24-28)
Q105: Rehoboam, Solomon’s son, had 18 wives and 60 concubines. With them, he fathered 28 sons and how many daughters?
A: 60 daughters (2 Chronicles 11:21)
Q106: Zimri was king for only how many days when he killed himself?
A: 7 days (1 Kings 16:15-18)
Q107: God told Isaiah to walk around naked for how many years?
A: 3 years (Isaiah 20:1-4)
Q108: Goliath was about how tall?
A: 9’9″ tall (1 Samuel 17:4)
Q109: Moses was the most meek (humble) man on the face of the Earth. True or False?
A: True (Numbers 12:3)
Q110: At one time, Zechariah carried 2 staffs. He named them what and what?
A: “Favor” and “Union” (Zechariah 11:7). The KJV uses “Beauty” and “Bands.”
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