Kitchen Table Theology

183 Bonus Episode: Quiz

January 28, 2024 Pastor Jeff Cranston
Kitchen Table Theology
183 Bonus Episode: Quiz
Show Notes

In this episode, host Tiffany Coker, alongside her father Pastor Jeff Cranston, challenges listeners to a Bible knowledge quiz. Covering insights from 30 books of the Bible that have been discussed in previous episodes, the quiz offers a fun interactive component and a tool for reinforcement learning. Featuring questions from both Old Testament and New Testament books, the quiz covers the theology of various key figures and events in the Bible.

Tune in and test what you have learned so far!

[00:00 - 11:10] Testing Your Old and New Testament Knowledge: Questions 1 to 5

  • In 2 Corinthians chapter 2, the Apostle Paul suggests that someone had been agitating against him. What does he say has happened to that person?
  • Did King David have a beard? 
  • In Galatians 2:12, Paul chastised Peter for hypocrisy. What had Peter stopped doing because he was worried about the response?
  • In 2 Samuel, what was the name of Jonathan's lame son?
  • According to Ephesians 1:13, what are believers sealed with?

[11:10 - 17:03] Testing Your Old and New Testament Knowledge: Questions 6 to 10

  • In 1 Kings, one of Israel's kings is reigning or begins his reign. Who is it?
  • In Philippians, what does Paul say Christians should stand firm?
  • How did Jezebel die according to 2 Kings?
  • In Colossians 1, according to Paul, what is God's secret that has now been revealed?
  • In 1 Chronicles, was Saul killed by his armor bearer? 

[17:03 - 25:12] Testing Your Old and New Testament Knowledge: Questions 11 to 15

  • In 1 Thessalonians, who does Paul say hindered them from going to Thessalonica sooner?
  • According to 2 Chronicles 5, what were the only things in the Ark of the Covenant?
  • In 2 Thessalonians, what does Paul say to do to those who don't obey “our instruction in this letter”?
  • Who is the king of Persia in Ezra 1? 
  • Why does 1 Timothy say Christians are to engage in working hard? 


"This is the secret: Christ lives in you. This assures you of sharing his glory." - Pastor Jeff Cranston

"This is why we work hard and continue to struggle, for our hope is in the living God who is the savior of all people and particularly of all believers." - Pastor Jeff Cranston

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