Quiz 12 on Top-Ten Archaeology Discoveries Confirming the Bible

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  • 1. Quiz 12Top-Ten ArchaeologyDiscoveries Confirming the Bible(Click LessonsforUS.com forcorresponding material on the quiz)
  • 2. Directions• This is a self-test.• Read the question and answer to yourself• Click the next slide for the answers
  • 3. Question 1The Dead Sea Scrolls were found in1. 507 BC2. 917 AD3. 1827 AD4. 1947 ADNext slide for Answers
  • 4. Question 1The Dead Sea Scrolls were found in1. 507 BC2. 917 AD3. 1827 AD4. 1947 AD– RightNext slide for new question
  • 5. Question 2Where were the Dead Sea Scrolls found1. In caves in Qumran2. In a boat sunk in the Dead Sea3. In caves in Jerusalem4. In caves in BethlehemNext slide for Answers
  • 6. Question 2Where were the Dead Sea Scrolls found1. In caves in QumranRight, a settlement on the northwestern section of the Dead Sea2. In a boat on the Dead Sea3. In caves in Jerusalem4. In caves in BethlehemNext slide for new question
  • 7. Question 3The Dead Sea Scrolls had mostly been stored in1. Wooden chests2. Ivory boxes3. Clay jars4. Woven sacksNext slide for Answers
  • 8. Question 3The Dead Sea Scrolls had mostly been stored in1. Wooden chests2. Ivory boxes3. Clay jarsRight4. Woven sacksNext slide for new question
  • 9. Question 4The composition of the 972 manuscripts from 11different caves was:1. 40% from Hebrew Bible, 30% religious but not partof the canon and 30% sectarian documents2. 10% from Hebrew Bible, 20% religious but not partof the canon and 70% sectarian documents3. 100% from Hebrew Bible4. 100% sectarian documentsNext slide for Answers
  • 10. Question 41. 40% from Hebrew Bible, 30% religious but not partof the canon and 30% sectarian documentsRight2. 10% from Hebrew Bible, 20% religious but not partof the canon and 70% sectarian documents3. 100% from Hebrew Bible4. 100% sectarian documentsNext slide for new question
  • 11. Question 5Which of the following is true of the Dead Sea Scrolls?1. Contains complete copies of every book of the OldTestament2. Contains fragments from every book of the Old Testament3. Contains fragments from every book of the Old Testamentexcept Esther.4. Contains fragments from every book of the Old Testamentexcept Esther and a complete copy of the book of Isaiah.
  • 12. Question 5Which of the following is true of the Dead Sea Scrolls?1. Contains complete copies of every book of the OldTestament2. Contains fragments from every book of the Old Testament3. Contains fragments from every book of the Old Testamentexcept Esther.4. Contains fragments from every book of the Old Testamentexcept Esther, and a complete copy of the book of Isaiah.RightNext slide for new question
  • 13. Question 6Which of the following is true:1. The Dead Sea manuscripts have been dated from 300 BC to70 AD.2. The Dead Sea manuscripts have been dated from 70 AD to300 AD.3. The Dead Sea manuscripts have been dated from 300 AD to600 AD.4. The Dead Sea manuscripts have been dated from 600 AD to1200 AD.Next slide for Answers
  • 14. Question 6Which of the following is true:1. The Dead Sea manuscripts have been dated from 300 BC to70 AD.Right2. The Dead Sea manuscripts have been dated from 70 AD to300 AD.3. The Dead Sea manuscripts have been dated from 300 AD to600 AD.4. The Dead Sea manuscripts have been dated from 600 AD to1200 AD.Next slide for new question
  • 15. Question 7The oldest complete Old Testament is dated 900AD.Which of the following is true:1. A complete scroll of Genesis was found and dated to around600AD. That is an improvement of 300 years.2. A complete scroll of Psalms was found and dated to around200 AD. That is an improvement of 700 years.3. A complete scroll of Isaiah was found and dated to around200BC. That is an improvement of 1100 years.4. No scrolls were dated earlier than 900 AD.Next slide for Answers
  • 16. Question 7The oldest complete Old Testament is 900AD.Which of the following is true:1. A complete scroll of Genesis was found and dated to around600AD. That is an improvement of 300 years.2. A complete scroll of Psalms was found and dated to around200 AD. That is an improvement of 700 years.3. A complete scroll of Isaiah was found and dated to around200BC. That is an improvement of 1100 years.Right4. No scrolls were dated earlier than 900 AD.Next slide for new question
  • 17. Question 8Which of the following is true1. A comparison of the Dead Sea biblical manuscripts withcontemporary Bibles yields mostly significant differences2. A comparison of the Dead Sea biblical manuscripts withcontemporary Bibles yields many significant differences3. A comparison of the Dead Sea biblical manuscripts withcontemporary Bibles yields some significant differences.4. A comparison of the Dead Sea biblical manuscripts withcontemporary Bibles yields mostly minor differences inspelling, etc.
  • 18. Question 8Which of the following is true1. A comparison of the Dead Sea biblical manuscripts withcontemporary Bibles yields mostly significant differences2. A comparison of the Dead Sea biblical manuscripts withcontemporary Bibles yields many significant differences3. A comparison of the Dead Sea biblical manuscripts withcontemporary Bibles yields some significant differences.4. A comparison of the Dead Sea biblical manuscripts withcontemporary Bibles yields mostly minor differences inspelling, etc.RightNext slide for new question
  • 19. Question 9The Tel Dan Stele provides archeologicalevidence for the significance of King David.A stele is…1. A sword2. A scroll3. An inscribed stone4. A metal plateNext slide for Answers
  • 20. Question 9The Tel Dan Stele provides archeologicalevidence for the significance of King David.A stele is…1. A sword2. A scroll3. An inscribed stoneRight4. A metal plateNext slide for new question
  • 21. Question 10The Tel Dan Stele is located in Dan. Dan is…1. A town in Northern Israel2. A desert in Syria3. A region in Jordan4. A pyramid in EgyptNext slide for Answers
  • 22. Question 10The Tel Dan Stele is located in Dan. Danis…1. A town in Northern IsraelRight2. A desert in Syria3. A region in Jordan4. A pyramid in EgyptNext slide for new question
  • 23. Question 11Thirteen lines of ancient Aramaic were preserved on thestones dating to the mid-800’s BC. These lines area triumphal inscription left most probably byHazael of Aram-Damascus …1. Who claims that he is the Sun God2. Who boasts of his victories over the king of Israel and hisally, the king of the "House of David."3. Who claims that he is an ally with Pharaoh of Egypt4. All of the above.Next slide for Answers
  • 24. Question 11Thirteen lines of ancient Aramaic were preserved on thestones dating to the mid-800’s BC. These lines area triumphal inscription left most probably byHazael of Aram-Damascus …1. Who claims that he is the Sun God2. Who boasts of his victories over the king of Israel and hisally, the king of the "House of David."Right3. Who claims that he is an ally with Pharaoh of Egypt4. All of the above.Next slide for new question
  • 25. Question 12The significance of the Tel Dan Stele with the phrase,“House of David” is …1. There is proof of a historical king of Israel named David2. There is proof that kingdom of David was not somebackwoods hick town3. There is proof that David was a well-known and influentialking even 150 years after his death4. All of the above.Next slide for Answers
  • 26. Question 12The significance of the Tel Dan Stele with the phrase,“House of David” is …1. There is proof of a historical king of Israel named David2. There is proof that kingdom of David was not somebackwoods hick town3. There is proof that David was a well-known and influentialking even 150 years after his death4. All of the above. - Right