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Bible Quiz 20150528
Topic: 2 Samuel

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. These Bible Quizzes are provided as a learning opportunities.

1. How did the famous Biblical lament "How the mighty have fallen" originate?

(a) A writer in the Kingdom of Israel wrote it after they fell to Assyria

(b) A writer in the Kingdom of Judah wrote it after they fell to Babylon

(c) Solomon wrote it after Israel was divided into Israel and Judah

(d) King David wrote it after he heard of the deaths of King Saul and his son Jonathan

2. Who was David the king of during the Civil War?

(a) All of the tribes of Israel

(b) The lost ten tribes

(c) Judah and Benjamin

(d) Judah

3. Did the Civil War end after the death of Saul?

(a) Yes, everyone immediately surrendered to David

(b) Yes, but an insurgency continued in Samaria and Galilee

(c) No. It went on for another 125 years.

(d) No. It continued until Saul's son and successor Ishbosheth was assassinated by two of his own troops

4. When did Jerusalem first become an Israelite city?

(a) When the Israelites crossed into their Promised Land in the time of Joshua

(b) In the time of Abraham

(c) When the LORD changed Jacob's name to "Israel"

(d) When David captured the city after the Civil War

5. Where was the Ark of the Covenant placed when David had it brought to Jerusalem?

(a) In the Tabernacle that Moses built for it

(b) In the Temple that David and Solomon built for it

(c) In a cave under the Temple Mount

(d) In a tent that David made for it

6. Did King David ever become an Emperor i.e. a king or political leader who rules over other people in their homelands?

(a) No. David remained just the king of Judah all of his life.

(b) No. David remained just the king of Israel all of his life.

(c) Yes. He ruled Israel and Egypt.

(d) Yes. He ruled Israel and other nations including what is today Jordan, Syria and Iraq

7. What did David's son Absalom do to his half-brother Amnon?

(a) Nothing. They never met.

(b) Absalom bought Amnon's birthright for a bowl of stew

(c) Absalom and Amnon ruled Israel as co-kings

(d) Absalom killed Amnon after Amnon sexually-assaulted their sister Tamar (Absalom's full sister; Amnon's half-sister)

8. Which of David's sons led a military coup against David and forced him to flee Jerusalem during the rebellion?

(a) Absalom

(b) Solomon

(c) Amnon

(d) Adonijah

9. What was the name of the adulteress that David married after he murdered her husband?

(a) Lilith

(b) Zelukah

(c) Jezebel

(d) Bathsheba

10. Who was the surviving son of David and Bathsheba who became the king of Israel after David?

(a) Shephatiah

(b) Shobab

(c) Nathan

(d) Solomon

Answers to this Bible Quiz

1. (d) King David wrote it after he heard of the deaths of King Saul and his son Jonathan (2 Samuel 1:17-19)

Related Bible Study: How The Mighty Have Fallen

2. (d) Judah

Related Bible Study: King David Of Judah

3. (d) No. It continued until Saul's son and successor Ishbosheth was assassinated by two of his own troops

Related Bible Study: The War Between The Houses of David and Saul and The Assassination of Ishbosheth

(Answers continue below the map)

The Israel Empire

4. (d) When David captured the city after the Civil War

Related Bible Study: How Long Was Jerusalem The Capital Of Israel?

5. (d) In a tent that David made for it (2 Samuel 7:1-3)

Related Bible Study: The Ark Of The LORD In The City Of David and David's Temple Prophecy

6. (d) Yes. He ruled Israel and other nations including what is today Jordan, Syria and Iraq

Related Bible Study: King David's Empire

7. (d) Absalom killed Amnon after Amnon sexually-assaulted their sister Tamar (Absalom's full sister; Amnon's half-sister)

Related Bible Study: The Rape Of Tamar

8. (a) Absalom

Related Bible Study: The Treason Of Absalom, The Spirit Of Traitors, The Fall Of The Rebel Prince and King David's Return To Jerusalem

9. (d) Bathsheba

Related Bible Study: Bathsheba, The Wife Of Uriah and The Parable Of The Stolen Little Ewe Lamb

10. (d) Solomon

Related Bible Study: The Day Of Three Kings


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