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Quiz – What Does the Bible say about Captivity

Quiz - What Does the Bible say about Captivity

15 Multiple choice questions ( with 4 Possible Answers) on the topic What Does the Bible say about Captivity

  1. In the Bible, which is the most common way captivity is used as a metaphor?
    A. Slavery
    B. Sin
    C. Obedience
    D. Salvation
  2. According to the Bible, what are the results of captivity?
    A. Redemption
    B. Suffering
    C. Joy
    D. Punishment
  3. In the Bible, what are the three main purposes of captivity?
    A. Punishment, Discipline, and Redemption
    B. Slavery, Obedience, and Salvation
    C. Suffering, Victory, and Deliverance
    D. Pain, Suffering, and Hope
  4. According to the Bible, what does captivity lead to?
    A. Joy
    B. Freedom
    C. Suffering
    D. Punishment
  5. What is not mentioned in the Bible as a reason for captivity?
    A. Greed
    B. Punishment
    C. Disobedience
    D. Love
  6. In the Bible, how does God respond to those in captivity?
    A. He abandons them
    B. He forgives them
    C. He punishes them
    D. He ignores them
  7. According to the Bible, what is the ultimate goal of captivity?
    A. To teach obedience
    B. To bring salvation
    C. To bring punishment
    D. To bring suffering
  8. In the Bible, who is the most prominent figure associated with captivity?
    A. David
    B. Moses
    C. Joseph
    D. Abraham
  9. According to the Bible, what is the result of God’s deliverance from captivity?
    A. Joy
    B. Peace
    C. Fear
    D. Disappointment
  10. According to the Bible, how does God view those in captivity?
    A. He is indifferent
    B. He is compassionate
    C. He is unforgiving
    D. He is judgmental
  11. In the Bible, what is the primary message of captivity?
    A. Deliverance
    B. Obedience
    C. Redemption
    D. Repentance
  12. In the Bible, what does captivity represent?
    A. Sin
    B. Death
    C. Oppression
    D. Suffering
  13. According to the Bible, what is the purpose of captivity?
    A. To punish
    B. To redeem
    C. To enslave
    D. To control
  14. In the Bible, what is the symbol of captivity?
    A. Chains
    B. Slavery
    C. Death
    D. Suffering
  15. According to the Bible, how can one escape captivity?
    A. Through faith
    B. Through repentance
    C. Through obedience
    D. Through prayer

Answers to Above Questions with description

  1. B. Sin – Captivity is often used as a metaphor for sin in the Bible.
  2. A. Redemption – Captivity results in redemption in the Bible.
  3. A. Punishment, Discipline, and Redemption – The three main purposes of captivity in the Bible are punishment, discipline, and redemption.
  4. B. Freedom – Captivity in the Bible leads to freedom.
  5. D. Love – Love is not mentioned in the Bible as a reason for captivity.
  6. B. He forgives them – God responds to those in captivity in the Bible by forgiving them.
  7. B. To bring salvation – The ultimate goal of captivity in the Bible is to bring salvation.
  8. C. Joseph – Joseph is the most prominent figure associated with captivity in the Bible.
  9. A. Joy – The result of God’s deliverance from captivity in the Bible is joy .
  10. B. He is compassionate – God views those in captivity in the Bible with compassion.
  11. C. Redemption – The primary message of captivity in the Bible is redemption.
  12. A. Sin – Captivity in the Bible represents sin.
  13. B. To redeem – The purpose of captivity in the Bible is to redeem.
  14. A. Chains – The symbol of captivity in the Bible is chains.
  15. A. Through faith – The only way to escape captivity in the Bible is through faith.

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  • Greg Gaines

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