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Quiz 15 on Top-Ten Archaeology Discoveries Confirming the Bible
 

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    Quiz 15 on Top-Ten Archaeology Discoveries Confirming the Bible Quiz 15 on Top-Ten Archaeology Discoveries Confirming the Bible Presentation Transcript

    • Top-Ten Archaeology Discoveries Confirming the Bible (Click LessonsforUS.com for corresponding material on the quiz) Quiz 15
    • Directions • This is a self-test. • Read the question and answer to yourself • Click the next slide for the answers
    • Question 1 In 1838 an ancient tunnel was discovered in old Jerusalem beginning at the Gihon Spring and ending at the Pool of Siloam. Which King is credited with digging it in 2 Kings 20:20 and 2 Chronicles 32:30? 1. King David 2. King Hezekiah 3. King Solomon. 4. King Saul. Next slide for Answers
    • Question 1 In 1838 an ancient tunnel was discovered in old Jerusalem beginning at the Gihon Spring and ending at the Pool of Siloam. Which King is credited with digging it in 2 Kings 20:20 and 2 Chronicles 32:30? 1. King David 2. King Hezekiah Right 3. King Solomon. 4. King Saul. Next slide for new question
    • Question 2 Analysis of the ancient writing; Carbon 14 dating of the plant life disrupted by the tunnel; uranium-thorium dating of the stalactites and stalagmites that grew after completion of the tunnel have all supported a date of … 1. 700 AD 2. 100 AD 3. 100 BC 4. 700BC Next slide for Answers
    • Question 2 Analysis of the ancient writing; Carbon 14 dating of the plant life disrupted by the tunnel; uranium-thorium dating of the stalactites and stalagmites that grew after completion of the tunnel have all supported a date of … 1. 700 AD 2. 100 AD 3. 100 BC 4. 700BC Right, the date given in the Bible for these events Next slide for new question
    • Question 3 Hezekiah reigned from about 715 to 687 BC. What else is true about him? 1. He was a friend of the prophet, Isaiah and restored proper sacrifice and worship, thus being considered a good king. 2. He was married to Jezebel and was an idolater. 3. He was a a son of King David and built the temple. 4. He was an enemy of the prophet, Jonah and was considered a wicked king. Next slide for Answers
    • Question 3 Hezekiah reigned from about 715 to 687 BC. What else is true about him? 1. He was a friend of the prophet, Isaiah and restored proper sacrifice and worship, thus being considered a good king. Right 2. He was married to Jezebel and was an idolater. 3. He was a a son of King David and built the temple. 4. He was an enemy of the prophet, Jonah and was considered a wicked king. Next slide for new question
    • Question 4 How did the tunnel Hezekiah dig come in handy for him? 1. It made it easier for the priests to ritually cleanse themselves before entering the temple. 2. It irrigated the hanging gardens in Jerusalem. 3. Assyrian king, Sennacherib invaded. The tunnel redirected an outside spring inside the city walls so Jerusalem could hold out. 4. It provided a means of escape when enemies invaded. Next slide for Answers
    • Question 4 How did the tunnel Hezekiah dig come in handy for him? 1. It made it easier for the priests to ritually cleanse themselves before entering the temple. 2. It irrigated the hanging gardens in Jerusalem. 3. Assyrian king, Sennacherib invaded. The tunnel redirected an outside spring inside the city walls so Jerusalem could hold out. Right. See 2 Kings 20:20 and 2 Kings 19:35-36 4. It provided a means of escape when enemies invaded.
    • Question 5 In 1990 a first century ossuary in a burial was discovered within the Peace Forest about two miles south of the Temple Mount . An ossuary is… 1. A bone box 2. A jewelry box 3. A bird sanctuary 4. A mummy Next slide for Answers
    • Question 5 In 1990 a first century ossuary in a burial was discovered within the Peace Forest about two miles south of the Temple Mount . An ossuary is… 1. A bone box Right, the ossuary is used to store the bones after the body has decomposed 2. A jewelry box 3. A bird sanctuary 4. A mummy Next slide for new question
    • Question 6 The ossuary had the Aramaic word "Joseph, son of Caiaphas" carved on it. This man was the biblical… 1. Joseph of Arimathea who buried Jesus 2. High priest who was in office at the time of Jesus 3. Roman governor who was in office at the time of Jesus 4. Joseph a disciple of Jesus Next slide for Answers
    • Question 6 "Joseph, son of Caiaphas" carved on it. This man was the biblical… 1. Joseph of Arimathea who buried Jesus 2. High priest who was in office at the time of Jesus Right. See Matthew 26:3-4 3. Roman governor who was in office at the time of Jesus 4. Joseph a disciple of Jesus Next slide for new question
    • Question 7 Caiaphas was also corroborated by … 1. First-century historian Alexander the Great 2. First-century historian Homer 3. First-century historian Josephus 4. First-century historian Julius Caesar Next slide for Answers
    • Question 7 Caiaphas was also corroborated by … 1. First-century historian Alexander the Great 2. First-century historian Homer 3. First-century historian Josephus Right. In Antiquities of the Jews - Book XVIII, Chapter 4 he states, ““Besides which, he also deprived Joseph, who was also called Caiaphas, of the high priesthood…” 4. First-century historian Julius Caesar