Bible Trivia

 

Bible Scholar Questions for today’s Christians

1.) What must we do in order to fulfill the Law of Christ?

Answer may be found in Galatians 6:2

2.) You may only have confidence before God if I don’t condemn    you.  What am I?

Answer may be found in 1 John 3:21

3.) What is it that you must do in order for the Lord to lift you up?

Answer may be found in James 4:10

4.) I never fail.  What am I?

Answer may be found in 1 Corinthians 13:8

5.) I am the only divinely ordained response to the gospel message of Jesus Christ.  

Answer may be found in Acts 2:37-42.

6.) There is no example or evidence in the New Testament, after the Day Of Pentecost, where anyone was forgiven from sin and born again just by praying a sinner’s prayer – true or false?

Answer may be found in John 3:3-7 and Acts 2:37-42.

7.) Was baptism ever performed by the apostles of Christ in the titles of “Father,” “Son” and “Holy Ghost?”

Answer may be found in Acts 2:38,  Acts 4:12, Acts 10:44-48 and Acts 19:1-7

8.) Does God allow people who practice sex outside of holy marriage to enter heaven?

Answer may be found in 1 Corinthians 6:9.

9.) Once a person has truly repented, been water baptized in the name of Jesus Christ and filled with the Holy Ghost as evidenced by speaking in divine tongue, does their former life  (divorce, fornication, murder, homosexuality, etc) still count against them?

Answer may be found in 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 and 2 Corinthians 5:17.

10.)  Not every apostle of Christ was married and it is unknown if any were ever divorced and remarried.  So it appears that the general qualifications for bishop or elder in the local first century assembly (1 Timothy 3)  was  subject to God’s discretion.  Therefore, can an unmarried man or a divorced man who remains single exercise the office of overseer in the body of Christ?

Answer may be found in Matthew 19:11-13 and 1 Corinthians 7:1-20 (Verse 15 in particular)

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