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Bible Quiz #4: 17 Questions from Genesis 3:14-24

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

Here are the 17 questions we will answer from Genesis 3:14-24 for this quiz:

1. In what ways did God curse the serpent? (3:14)
2. What was the spiritual curse upon the serpent, and what was the
prophetic outcome given for it? (3:15)
3. What indirect statement can be said about the Seed of the woman
and the importance of motherhood? (3:15)
4. What reason(s) does God give for cursing the woman? (3:16)
5. What possible reason or reasons would there be for this?
6. In what ways did God curse the woman? (v.16) [Find at least 4.]
7. How is God’s curse of the woman significant in light of God’s design &
purpose for her?

8. What TWO reasons does God give for cursing Adam? (v.17)
9. In what way is the first reason significant regarding Adam’s God-assigned
role and about the woman’s assigned role?
10. In what ways did God curse the man? (v. 17-19)
11. How do the curses on Adam and the woman reflect their roles as
assigned by God?
12. What significance would there be of Adam naming his wife after the
fall?
13. What significance would there be regarding what Adam named his
wife after the fall? (think about the curse upon> Adam).
14. What were God’s actions after cursing Adam & Eve? (v.21-24)
15. What was the significance of the clothing?
16. How could God’s driving Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden
actually be for their own protection? (3:22)
17. What was Adam’s continued realm of responsibility? (v.23) What
might this suggest about Eve’s continued responsibility as well?

MEDIA (right-click, and choose “Save As…” MP3NOTES )

Bible Quiz #3: 16 Questions from Genesis 3:9-14

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Here are the 16 questions we will answer from Genesis 3:9-14 for this quiz:

  1. What is the possible significance of the serpent going to the woman rather than the man? (or going to both as a couple) (v.1)
  2. As a reminder, to whom was the command regarding the tree directly given? (2:16-17)
  3. When does the Bible indicate when God told Eve of the fruit-eating prohibition?
  4. On what basis/authority did the woman make her decision to eat the fruit?
  5. What does v. 13 and 1 Tim 2:14 clarify about the woman’s choice?
  6. How might this relate to the person God commanded regarding fruit-eating?
  7. What did the woman do once she ate of the fruit?
  8. Was there any discussion regarding the fruit before Adam ate of it?
  9. At what point were the eyes of “them” open? (When does “then” refer to?)
  10. What was the immediate evidence of their eyes being opened?
  11. What was their first response to their plight?
  12. How did disobedience change the relationship of the couple to God?
  13. Whom did God address when the man and woman were not present?
  14. Who responded to the question?
  15. Instead of responding, “Here I am,” how did Adam respond?
  16. How did disobedience change the relationship of the couple to each other?

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Timeline of Truth – Review of Genesis (Genesis 1-50)

Monday, October 21st, 2013

We take a look back at the book of Genesis, its timeline, and significance.

Timeline of Truth – Review of Genesis 1-35

Monday, June 24th, 2013

Even though it is one book out of 66 books in the Bible, Genesis covers 1/3 of history. From creation (Genesis 1) to Noah (Genesis to Babel (Genesis 11)  to Abraham (Genesis 12), about 2000 years pass. From Abraham to the end of Genesis (Genesis 12 – 50), about 350 years pass.

We are about to begin the study of the life of Joseph, beginning at Genesis 37. In this lesson, we do a brief review of the 2000+ years that we have covered up  to this point.

TT – Review: The First 2000 Years (Genesis 1-25)

Friday, March 1st, 2013

We do a whirlwind review of the first 2000 years of history, represented in the first 25 chapters of Genesis, using our 12-point bible overview as a backbone.

Timeline of Truth: God Chooses Abram (Genesis 12:1-9)

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

God picks one man out of all the people in the world, and tells him to pack up and leave to a place God would show him later. And God plans to change the world through this man!