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Bible Quiz 20141223
Topic: When Israel Became Israel And Judah

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. Why did the LORD divide Israel into two kingdoms - "Israel" and "Judah"?

(a) The Baal worship of Ahab and Jezebel

(b) The flood of illegal immigrants into Samaria

(c) The civil war between David and Saul

(d) The idolatry of King Solomon

2. Who was the last king of the United Kingdom of Israel and the first king of the Kingdom of Judah?

(a) Solomon

(b) Jeroboam

(c) Rehoboam

(d) Hezekiah

3. Who was the first king of the Kingdom of Israel after the division?

(a) Rehoboam

(b) Hezekiah

(c) Zedekiah

(d) Jeroboam

4. How many Israelite tribes composed the Kingdom of Judah after the division?

(a) 1

(b) 3

(c) 10

(d) 12

5. How many Israelite tribes composed the Kingdom of Israel after the division?

(a) 1

(b) 3

(c) 10

(d) 12

6. What empire conquered the Kingdom of Israel and took its people away into exile?

(a) Assyria

(b) Babylon

(c) Persia

(d) Rome

7. What empire conquered the Kingdom of Judah and took its people away into exile?

(a) Assyria

(b) Babylon

(c) Persia

(d) Rome

8. What empire permitted the people of Judah to return after 70 years in exile?

(a) Babylon

(b) Persia

(c) Greece

(d) Rome

9. Who did the LORD appoint to be in charge of Judah's return to Jerusalem after their 70 years in exile?

(a) Elijah and Elisha

(b) Jeremiah and Ezekiel

(c) Daniel and Joel

(d) Zerubbabel, Ezra and Nehemiah

10. What kingdom of Judah came into existence during the Greek Empire?

(a) The Herodians

(b) The Ptolemies

(c) The Seleucids

(d) The Hasmoneans

Answers to this Bible Quiz

1. (d) The idolatry of King Solomon.

Related Bible Study: What Caused Solomon's Idolatry? and The History Of Idolatry

2. (c) Rehoboam was the last king of the United Kingdom of Israel and the first king of the Kingdom of Judah.

Related Bible Study: Rehoboam's Answer and Israel In History and Prophecy: Israel and Judah

3. (d) Jeroboam was the first king of the Kingdom of Israel after the division.

Related Bible Study: The First Kings Of Israel and Judah and The Capitals Of Israel

Israel and Judah

4. (b) 3 tribes composed the Kingdom of Judah: Judah, Benjamin and Levi.

Related Bible Study: Israel In History and Prophecy: Kingdom Of Judah and Jews - Three Tribes and Three Meanings

5.(c) 10 tribes composed the Kingdom of Israel after the division.

Related Bible Study: Israel In History and Prophecy: The Lost Ten Tribes and When Will The United Kingdom Be Restored?

6. (a) Assyria conquered the Kingdom of Israel and took its people away into exile.

Related Bible Study: Israel In History and Prophecy: The Lost Ten Tribes

7. (b) Babylon conquered the Kingdom of Judah and took its people away into exile.

Related Bible Study: Israel In History and Prophecy: Back To Babylon and Jeremiah's Letter To Babylon

8. (b) Persia permitted the people of Judah to return after 70 years in exile.

Related Bible Study: The Prophecies Of Cyrus of Persia

9. (d) Zerubbabel, Ezra and Nehemiah.

Related Bible Study: Zerubbabel's Return, Ezra's Journey From Babylon and The Arrival Of Nehemiah's Cavalry

10. (d) The Hasmoneans.

Related Bible Study: Israel In History and Prophecy: Hasmonean Judea


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