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Bible Quiz 20141211
Topic: Israel in Egypt

The answers to the Bible Quiz questions are located at the bottom section of this page, below the Quiz. The answers include links to detailed Bible studies with many illustrations and detailed Bible maps.

1. Which Israelite tribal patriarch became a Prime Minister of Egypt?

(a) Moses

(b) Judah

(c) Jacob

(d) Joseph

2. How many Israelites moved to Egypt to begin Israel's 400 years there?

(a) Less than 100

(b) About 1,000

(c) About 100,000

(d) About 3,000,000

3. How many Israelites left Egypt in the Exodus after 400 years?

(a) Over 600 military-age males, plus everyone else

(b) Over 6,000 military-age males, plus everyone else

(c) Over 60,000 military-age males, plus everyone else

(d) Over 600,000 military-age males, plus everyone else

4. What part of Egypt did the Israelites live and prosper in for their 4 centuries in Egypt?

(a) In the Sinai Desert

(b) In the south of Egypt, along the Nile River

(c) In the west of Egypt, near the border of Libya

(d) In the well-watered area of the Nile Delta known as Goshen

5. Who were the two Israelite tribal patriarchs that were born in Egypt from an Egyptian mother?

(a) Simon and Shuster

(b) Gershom and Eliezer

(c) Abdullah and Ishmael

(d) Ephraim and Manasseh

6. Why was the Pharaoh at the time of the Exodus afraid of the Israelites in his country?

(a) They were opposing him politically

(b) They refused to earn their own living

(c) They were converting Egyptians to their religion

(d) They were peaceful and law-abiding, but powerful in number

7. From what river was Moses saved in a floating basket?

(a) The Jordan

(b) The Euphrates

(c) The Mississippi

(d) The Nile

8. Who raised Moses as her own child?

(a) The Pharaoh's wife

(b) The Pharaoh's mother

(c) The Pharaoh's sister

(d) The Pharaoh's daughter

9. Who named Moses?

(a) His actual Israelite mother

(b) The Egyptian woman who adopted him

(c) Aaron

(d) The Pharaoh

10. When Jacob / Israel died of old age in Egypt, what did his son Joseph have done with it?

(a) Jacob was buried in Goshen

(b) Jacob was cremated and his ashes were placed in the Nile River

(c) Jacob was placed in a tomb; his bones were carried out in the Exodus

(d) Jacob was mummified and buried in the family tomb at Hebron

Answers to this Bible Quiz

Egypt
1. (d) Joseph became a Prime Minister of Egypt (Genesis 41:40)

Related Bible Study: The Pharaoh's Dreams and The Israelites Of The Pharaoh's Palace

2. (a) Less than 100 Israelites moved to Egypt to begin Israel's 400 years there (Genesis 46:26)

Related Bible Study: The First Census Of Israel

3. (d) Over 600,000 military-age males, plus everyone else (Numbers 1:44-46)

Related Bible Study: The First Sinai Census

4. (d) In the well-watered area of the Nile Delta known as Goshen (Genesis 45:19-20, 47:1

Related Bible Study: Jacob's Israel In The Land Of Goshen

5. (d) Ephraim and Manasseh were the two Israelite tribal patriarchs that were born in Egypt from an Egyptian mother (Genesis 41:50-52)

Related Bible Study: Jacob's Blessing Of Ephraim And Manasseh and A Biography Of Jacob: Blessings And Prophecies

6. (d) They were peaceful and law-abiding, but powerful in number (Exodus 1:8-10)

Related Bible Study: How Long Were They Slaves?

7. (d) Moses was saved from the Nile River (Exodus 1:22)

Related Bible Study: The River Of Moses

8. (d) The Pharaoh's daughter raised Moses as her own child (Exodus 2:5)

Related Bible Study: The Drawing Of Moses

9. (b) Moses was named by the Egyptian woman who adopted him (Exodus 2:10)

Related Bible Study: The Meeting Of Moses And Aaron

10. (d) Jacob was mummified and buried in the family tomb at Hebron (Genesis 50:1-14)

Related Bible Study: Jacob's Mummy and Jacob's Journey To The Afterlife


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