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Click on "Start Quiz" below and test your knowledge with one of our self-grading quizzes based on various BibleInteract life application teachings and mini-lectures. New teachings and quizzes will be added regularly, so, check back often! Be sure to take the Bible Versions and Bible Atlas quiz first as it is a prerequisite to our other online quizzes.

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Suicide and the Bible Quiz


Suicide and the Bible

Written by BI Admin. Posted in Featured Teaching, Free Activities

What does the Bible say about suicide?

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Suicide is a difficult topic that touches all of us in some way, either directly or indirectly. Dr. Davis considers three aspects of this problem. First she explores the history of the doctrine, and discovers that suicide did not become an unforgivable sin until the 13th century. Then she turns to Scripture where she finds that the Hebrew word "kill" used in the ten commandments is identified with cities of refuge where God distinguished between intentional and unintentional sins. Suicide fits the category of an unintentional sin. As with the cities of refuge, God is merciful to those who end their lives because of such tragic problems as depression.

As you listen to the video lecture, we suggest you download the study guide and take notes in the outline of the presentation, which will help you organize your thoughts in a logical progression.

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Micah, Part 1

Written by BI Admin. Posted in Featured Teaching, Free Activities

Session 1: Historical Background

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We begin our study of the Book of Micah by exploring the historical and cultural background in which the book was composed. Who was Micah? What was happening when he was writing? Micah prophesied of coming events to both the northern kingdom of Israel and the southern kingdom of Judah. However, the focus of this study will be on Micah’s prophetic words that give us a glimpse of the “last days”.

As you listen to the video lecture, we suggest you download the study guide and take notes in the outline of the presentation, which will help you organize your thoughts in a logical progression.

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Micah Lesson 1 Quiz

Required Reading:
1. Before beginning this Quiz, if you have not done so already, please take the quiz “Understanding Bible Versions and a Bible Atlas” on our “Quizzes” page.
2. In your Bible Atlas read about the Assyrian conquest of Samaria and the threat to Jerusalem.
3. Read Hezekiah’s prayer to God as the Assyrians were approaching Jerusalem (Is 37:16-20). Identify and carefully consider the 3 parts: a) Give glory to God, b) Why should God act, and c) Hezekiah’s request.


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