Friday Quiz

The Quiz Team | April 24th 2015


Which book starts, "In the past God spoke to our forefathers through the prophets at many times and in various ways…"

  • Romans
  • Acts
  • Revelation
  • Hebrews

Who was Jacob's eldest son?

  • Dan
  • Judah
  • Joseph
  • Reuben

Who wrote, "Dear friends, do not be surprised at the painful trial you are suffering"

  • John
  • Paul
  • Peter
  • James

What's the combined total of chapters in the Gospels?

  • 89
  • 76
  • 95
  • 103

To whom does Hebrews 7 compare Jesus?

  • Aaron
  • Melchizedek
  • Moses
  • Adam

Who was the last judge in the book of Judges?

  • Joshua
  • Ehud
  • Deborah
  • Samson

‘Do you have anything here to eat?’ They gave him a piece of _____, and he took it and ate it in their presence.

  • unleavened bread
  • roast lamb
  • cake
  • broiled fish


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Tough Question: Hasn't science shown that Christianity is wrong?

Christianity Explored | April 23rd 2015

Can we really appreciate modern science and be a Christian? Doesn’t one cancel out the other?

Here’s the surprising thing: there doesn’t have to be a full-blown battle between science and Christianity.

We need science—it gives us practical benefits that help us live well. We need science to help us know well—science begins to help us understand the cosmos.

But let me suggest that we also need Christianity to live well. Christianity is all about Jesus, who claimed to be the author of life. If that’s the case, then what he has to say about life is worth listening to.

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How to start a Seeker Bible Study: Answers to 3 common questions

Becky Pippert | April 23rd 2015

Does this situation seem familiar? You have a non-Christian friend—and you’d love for them to hear the good news of Jesus. You’ve had some spiritual conversations. Maybe you’ve outlined the basics of the gospel. They sounded interested. But what now? What’s the next step?

Most unbelievers are not ready to receive Christ after hearing the gospel only once, nor are they usually ready to come with us to church. Yet even those who are turned off by the church are still curious about the person of Jesus. Jesus is so different from what skeptics assume he will be like. He is so radical, beautiful, unpredictable and irresistible. So the next step is inviting our friends to take a look at the real Jesus—straight from the pages of Scripture. The greatest shortcut in evangelism is allowing our friends to see the real Jesus!

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Living Courageously and Confidently

David Helm | April 22nd 2015

How can we remain faithful to our God in a world that rejects him? Is it even worth standing firm and obeying him, when his kingdom often seems so very far away? How can we live courageously and confidently in nations that do not seek to live under God’s rule? And is it possible to be a blessing to our nations, and show the power and goodness of our God, even in a time such as ours?

Those are pressing questions for those of us who live in contexts where to be a Christian is no longer the norm (if it ever was) and is increasingly to be misunderstood, maligned and even mistreated. And since this is the context in which Daniel found himself, the book that bears his name is a book that will reassure, challenge and thrill us as we read it today.

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Becky Pippert Ministries

Rachel Jones | April 21st 2015

We're very excited to be launching the new Becky Pippert Ministries website. Find out more about Becky, the resources she's published and where you can hear her speak.

Becky is well-known for speaking at churches and conferences on the topic of evangelism around the world—inspiring and equipping Christians to share the good news of Jesus Christ. She's recently partnered with The Good Book Company to produce the DVD-based discipleship course

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Friday Quiz

The Quiz Team | April 17th 2015

Who was King David's eldest son?

  • Amnon
  • Adonijah
  • Solomon
  • Samuel

Which is the correct spelling?

  • Phillippians
  • Phillipians
  • Philippians
  • Philipians

How many chapters does Zephaniah have?

  • 8
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5

Which is the shortest book in the Pentateuch?

  • Exodus
  • Leviticus
  • Numbers
  • Deuteronomy

The devil said to him, ‘If you are the Son of God, tell this ______ to become bread.

  • dough
  • stone
  • snake
  • stick

From Corinthians, "But God, who comforts the downcast, comforted us by the coming of _____"

  • cake
  • Timothy
  • Christ
  • Titus

Which person is most named in Genesis?

  • Jacob
  • Joseph
  • Abraham
  • Adam
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Tough Question - If there is a God why does he allow suffering?

Christianity Explored | April 16th 2015

It’s a huge question, isn’t it? Hardly a day goes by when we don’t come across suffering. Devastation caused by earthquakes and tsunamis… millions living in poverty… children being abused… family breakdowns… bullying… people suffer. We suffer. So it’s right to say to God: “God, if you’re there, why don’t you do something about it?”

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What is Gospel Shaped Outreach?

Tim Thornborough | April 15th 2015

Don Carson introduces Gospel Shaped Outreach:

Gospel Shaped Outreach is part of Gospel Shaped Church - a brand new curriculum from The Gospel Coalition and The Good Book Company.

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What is Gospel Shaped Worship?

Tim Thornborough | April 15th 2015

Don Carson introduces Gospel Shaped Worship:

Gospel Shaped Worship is part of Gospel Shaped Church - a brand new curriculum from The Gospel Coalition and The Good Book Company.

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What’s new from TGBC at TGC15?

Tim Thornborough | April 14th 2015

We’re excited to be at The Gospel Coalition’s National Conference in Orlando this week. Here are five new resources we’re launching at the conference that you can now get your hands on:

1. Daniel For You by David Helm
We live in difficult times to be people who obey God and worship him alone. How can we be confident under pressure and faithful in the fire?

In Daniel For You, this readable, accessible, exciting volume walking through one of the best-loved books of the Bible, David Helm shows how Daniel and his friends learned how to live in Babylon, far from their home in God's land—and how we can do the same.

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