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The Old Testament Bible books

God's book, Old Testament 15 Questions.

 
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1

It signifies "Generation" or "Origin" and comes from the Greek translation of chapter 2:4.

  • Genesis
  • Exodus
  • Leviticus

2

The name means "Going out" or "Departure". While it refers to one of the most important events of the book, the Israelites from Egypt...

  • Exodus
  • Numbers
  • Deuteronomy

3

This book was so named because it treats of laws of service and worship of special importance to the Tribe of Levi. It has been aptly called "The Handbook of the Priests".

  • Exodus
  • Ruth
  • Leviticus

4

A better title is the one give by the Hebrew themselves, Bemidhbar ( "In the Wilderness"), for it describes the locale of the major events of the book.

  • Genesis
  • Joshua
  • Numbers

5

The final book of the Pentateuch, meaning the "Second law", or the "Law repeated". Essentially Moses’ farewell address(es) to a new generation in which he summons them to hear the law of God.

  • Judges
  • Deuteronomy
  • 1st & 2nd Samuel

6

This book serves as the connecting link between the Pentateuch and the later historical books; it name is derived from the principal character,...

  • Joshua
  • Ruth
  • Esther

7

This book covers a period of time from the death of Joshua to the birth of Samuel, an era often called "The Dark ages" of Hebrew history.

  • 1st and 2nd Chronicles
  • 1st and 2nd Kings
  • Judges

8

It offers a striking contrast to the Book of Judges, but its story is associated with the same period. Presents the reader with a picture of the nobler side of Hebrew life in the days of the Judges.

  • Ruth
  • Joshua
  • Esther

9

It's cover a period of time in Israel’s history from the birth of _ _ _ _ _ _ to the close of the reign of David. Originally a single book which was divided when translated into Greek.

  • 1st and 2nd Samuel
  • 1st and 2nd Kings
  • 1st and 2nd Chronicles

10

It relate the history of Israel from the last days of David to the destruction of the Northern Kingdom, Israel, in 721 B.C.

  • 1st and 2nd Chronicles
  • Ezra and Nehemia
  • 1st and 2nd Kings

11

translators of the Greek Septuagint Version gave them the title, Paraleipomena, meaning "Things left over", implying their use as a supplement to Samuel and Kings.

  • 1st and 2nd Chronicles
  • Job
  • Psalm

12

It describe the return of the Jewish exiles after more than a half-century of bondage in Babylon, and the subsequent restoration of Jerusalem, its Temple and it walls.

  • Psalms
  • Job
  • Ezra and Nehemiah

13

It describe the return of the Jewish exiles after more than a half-century of bondage in Babylon, and the subsequent restoration of Jerusalem, its Temple and it walls.

  • Psalms
  • Job
  • Ezra and Nehemiah

14

The book deals with an ageless question, one that is puzzling to every generation - the problem of human suffering, particularly the affliction of the righteous.

  • Psalms
  • Job
  • Proverbs

15

Who Hebrew name is "The Book of Praise". Authors of individual, include David, Solomon, Moses, Asaph, and others who are anonymous.

  • Psalms
  • Proverbs
  • Ecclesiastes

 

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