Bible Quiz - Genesis (KJV)

Bible Quiz - Genesis (KJV)


Genesis means "Beginning".
It is the foundation of the Bible, on which everything is built.

The book tells of the Creation followed by the rebellion of our first parents. It then records the growth of wickedness in the earth followed by the flood in which the only human survivors were Noah and his family. Another rebellion against God’s commands is stopped by the introduction of different languages. The rest of the book is the early history of the Jewish children of Israel. This mainly concerns four outstanding men – Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph.

Recent changes:
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About Bible Quiz - Genesis (KJV)
Genesis means "Beginning".
It is the foundation of the Bible, on which everything is built.

The book tells of the Creation followed by the rebellion of our first parents. It then records the growth of wickedness in the earth followed by the flood in which the only human survivors were Noah and his family. Another rebellion against God’s commands is stopped by the introduction of different languages. The rest of the book is the early history of the Jewish children of Israel. This mainly concerns four outstanding men – Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph.

Recent changes:
Minor code update.
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A Google User
Mar 4, 2015
It could be better I have to go to the apps a couple of times just to get it started and some of the words in the questions are cut off. Please redesign this app, so it can be better
A Google User
Nov 19, 2014
Won't load
A Google User
Nov 10, 2014
It doesn't work al all
A Google User
Jul 13, 2014
Poor design.
A Google User
May 6, 2014
Pro : A great app for remembering biblical facts. Cons : Serves up a blank question/answer occasionally and has Noah's age as 930 and 950 years?