Leviticus 19: Pop Quiz!

It’s been a while since our last pop quiz. I was just lulling you into a false sense of security! Get out those #2 pencils and scan-trons!

I’m going to kick it up a notch with this one. The winner will receive a free copy of “God Behaving Badly: Is the God of the Old Testament Angry, Sexist, and Racist?” by David Lamb.

There are two things you must do to win the prize:

  1. Answer the most questions correctly in the comments section by 11:59pm on 10/7/11. (In the case of a tie, I will randomly pick from the winners by putting your names in a hat)
  2. Share this post on whatever social media you like the best.

This is a closed book test. No cheating. You have to do this all from memory or guessing! I trust you.

Ready? Begin!

1) How many times does the phrase “I am the LORD,” or, “I am the LORD your God,” appear in Leviticus 19?

A) 12
B) 20
C) 19
D) 15

2) You have sacrificed an offering of well being to the LORD. Unfortunately, you are too full to eat it at the moment. On what day will it become an abomination and inedible?

A) Day 2
B) Day 3
C) Day 4
D) As long as it is preserved, you may always eat it

3) Which of the 10 Commandments are NOT referenced in Leviticus 19. Hint: There may be more than one answer.

A) You shall not steal
B) You shall not commit adultery
C) Honor the Sabbath
D) You shall not bear false witness

4) An Israelite gets lost and stumbles into Middle-Earth. If he wishes to find his way back, who is he NOT allowed to ask for directions?

A) Frodo Baggins
B) Gandalf the Grey
C) Gollum
D) Aragorn

5) Which of the following celebrities would Israelites be required to rise before?

A) Andy Rooney
B) Justin Beiber
C) Tina Fey
D) Taylor Swift

6) How many times does the phrase “do not,” or, “You shall not,” appear in Leviticus 19?

A) 20
B) 19
C) 32
D) 28

7) The year is 1400 BC. You love pie. Who doesn’t? So you plant an apple tree in your yard in hopes that one day you can bake a delicious apple pie. What year will it be when you can finally enjoy what you have been longing for?

A) 1397 BC
B) 1403 BC
C) 1395 BC
D) 1405 BC

Again, here are the guidelines of the quiz:

  • Answer the most questions correctly in the comments section by 11:59pm 10/7/11.
  • Share this post on whatever social media you like the best.

I will announce the winner on Sunday. Good Luck!

6 responses

  1. 1) C
    2) B
    3) B, D
    4) B
    5) A
    6) C
    7) D

    Geez, I have no idea on the “how many ___” questions. Fun idea for the geek in everyone! :)

  2. 1. B
    2. A
    3. B
    4. B
    5. A
    6. D
    7. C

    My poor results are going to be even more painful seeing as how I just read this chapter YESTERDAY! It even crossed my mind that not all of the commandments were there, but I was not careful in noting which one(s) were not. =(

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