Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Bible Trivia Question #2

This week's Bible Trivia Question is:

Who/What turned Solomon's heart away from God?

After answering the first question, the first question's answer leads to the second question.

How many did he have?

Hint: Answer is found in one of the OT historical books. You may use your Bible for this question.

I have come up with one new Bible Trivia rule. You may change your answer(s), but it may deduct your ranking. Say for example, Jimmy got the correct answer(s) on the first try. Bob, on the other hand, changed his answer(s) three times, but still got the correct answer(s). Jimmy will get a higher ranking than Bob. A change of answer(s) means another posted comment. You may change your answer(s) as many times as you like when you have not posted a comment. I am talking about a deduction from multiple comments. So, be extra careful. If you have any questions, please post a comment.

You must answer both questions to win the Bible Trivia Challenge. Have fun and I will post part three hopefully on Friday.


Andrew Biddinger said...

Q: Who/What turned Solomon's heart away from God?

A: Strange women/His Wwives and concubines

Q: How many did he have?

A: He had seven hundred wives, princesses, and three hundred concubines.

Did I win??????

Courtney said...

He had 700 wives, princesses, and 300 concubines. His wives turned his heart away from God.

(1 Kings 11:3)


Bethany said...

a) his wives
b) he had two

Jenna said...

#1. His Plurality of wives turned his heart away from God.
#2. 700 wives and 300 significant others...I am going off memory here, so I could be wrong~

Kevin Wegner said...

Unfortunately, his uncontrolled lust for women. Part two of the question, 700 wives, and 300 concubines.

Bethany said...

Okay, so this is what happens when you read blogs at 5:00 in the morning. I thought it said Samson. Okay, so in for my second try.... (first was still right, his wives turned his heart away from God) but the second - he had 700 wives, princesses and 300 concubines.

Oh well, next time I guess. :)