Joe Teisan: October 2017
HAVE FUN AND ENJOY BIBLE GEOGRAPHY
1. The Middle East has most of the world’s supply of what resource?
2. Most of the land is dry _____________.
They need _____________.
3. Name the rivers of Egypt, Israel and Babylon.
4. Name all bodies of water of Israel.
5. Moab and Edom are located on which sea?
6. What is the last word in the book of Genesis?
7. In which part of Egypt did Israel live?
8. Which body of water today separates Egypt from the Sinai?
9. Which 4 bodies of water border the Sinai Peninsula?
10. Name the 12 tribes of Israel and the two tribes of Joseph.
11. Why is Bible Geography important to me? Why must I know it?
12. In which 5 places can I find Bible maps?
13. Which 2 seas are named for colors?
14. From where did Israel send out 12 to spy the land? What did Israel do when they heard the report? What is their punishment?
15. Name 7 Bible mountains and tell why they are important.
16. Which New Testament book covers the geography of the Roman Empire?
17. Why do you need maps in your study of Acts?
18. Name 15 cities mentioned in Acts.
19. Name the 7 churches of Asia to which Christ writes 7 letters in Revelation.
20. Name the 2 rivers of Babylon.
21. Into which bodies of water do these rivers flow: Nile, Jordan, Euphrates, Tigris
22. From the Bible names, identify the modern names of these 9 places: Rome, Asia Minor, Melita, Persia, Babylon, Moab, Phoenicia, Achaia, Joppa.
23. Which two kings are born in Bethlehem?
24. Which two cities describe the length of Israel, North to South?
25. What is southern Judah called?
26. In a vision, Paul saw a man from what country ask for the Gospel?
27. Which Hebrews became high government officials in foreign countries?
28. What is a Tell?
29. Paul was born in what city? Where was the Temple of Diana?
30. Name 10 cities that Christ visited.
Joseph A. Teisan
Bethel Baptist Sunday School
Answers to Bible Geography Quiz
2. Desert, water
3. Nile, Jordan, Tigris, Euphrates
4. Sea of Galilee, Jordan River, Dead Sea, Mediterranean Sea
5. Dead Sea, east
8. Suez Canal
9. Red Sea, Gulf of Suez, Gulf of Aqaba, Mediterranean Sea
10. Judah, Benjamin, Dan, Simeon, Reuben, Gad, Naphtali, Issachar, Zebulun, Asher, Levi, Joseph Ephraim and Manasseh
11. Bible truths are closely connected to geographical locations, and for better understanding, Scripture must often be read with maps in hand.
12. Back of the Bible, Bible Atlas, Bible Dictionary, wall maps in Bible class, church library, internet
13. Black Sea, Red Sea
14. a) Kadesh-Barnea, (b) they rebel against the Lord, (c) they must wander 40 years in the wilderness until all the unbelievers die. Their children will be given the Promised Land.
15. Mt. Ararat, ark rested, Gen. 8:4; Mt. Sinai, law given; Mt. Nebo, Moses saw Promised Land, Dt. 34:1; Mt. Moriah, Temple location; Mount Zion, Jerusalem, Is. 1:8; Mt. Carmel, Elijah challenges prophets of Baal, 1 Kings 18:19-46; Mount of Olives, Christ ascended, Acts 1:9-12.
17. 4 journeys of Paul, and more
18. Jerusalem, Damascus, Joppa, Caesarea, Antioch, Tyre, Athens, Rome, Corinth, Philippi, Ephesus, Troas, Lystra, Iconium, Derbe, Berea, Thessalonica, many others
19. Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, Laodicea
20. Euphrates River, Tigris River
21. Mediterranean Sea, Dead Sea, Persian Gulf
22. Italy, Turkey, Island of Malta where Paul was shipwrecked, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Syria & Lebanon, Greece, Jaffa
23. David and Christ
24. “From Dan even to Beer-sheba”, Judges 20:1
25. The Negeb
27. Egypt – Joseph, Babylon – Daniel, Persia – Esther, Persia – Nehemiah
28. A tell is a buried city
29. Paul was born in Tarsus. The temple of Diana was in Ephesus
30. Jerusalem, Capernaum, Nazareth, Bethlehem, Cana, Bethany, Jericho, Sychar, Caesarea Philippi, Gadara, Nain, Chorazin, Bethphage, and others.