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Bible Quiz 20150810
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The English-language word "king" originated from an Anglo-Saxon word, cyning, that meant the father of a family i.e. the Patriarch (from which the word patriotism originated) of a kin. "King" is used to translate the Hebrew word of the Holy Scriptures, pronounced meh-leck, that is identical in meaning and purpose as that for the English word king.
1. He was the King and High Priest of Salem (Jerusalem) in the time of Abraham.
2. The word was originally used to refer only to the king of Egypt's palace, but later came to be used for the Egyptian king himself.
3. He was the first king of Israel.
4. He became king of Israel after the Civil War.
5. He was the last king of the united kingdom of Israel and the first king of the Kingdom of Judah.
6. He was the first king of the Kingdom of Israel after the division of Israel into the independent Kingdoms of Israel and Judah.
7. He was the king of Babylon at the time of the fall of the Kingdom of Judah.
8. He was the king of Macedon whose great military victories created the Greco-Macedonian Empire (commonly known as the Greek Empire).
9. He was the king of Persia who brought about the prophesied return of the people of Judah to Jerusalem.
10. It was a man's family name that came to be used for the king of Rome.
Answers to this Bible Quiz
1. (c) Melchizedek (Genesis 14:18)