Bible Quiz: The Creation



    • How many days did it take God to create the universe? (Genesis 1)
    • 6
    • What did God create in the first day? (Genesis 1:3-5)
    • Light
    • What did God create on the second day? (Genesis 1:6-8)
    • The firmament (the sky)
    • What did God create on the third day? (Genesis 1:9-13)
    • All of these
    • What did God create on the fourth day? (Genesis 1:14-19)
    • Celestial bodies (planets, moons, stars, etc.)
    • What did God create on the fifth day? (Genesis 1:20-23)
    • All animals except those that live on the land
    • Which did God NOT create on the sixth day? (Genesis 1:24-27)
    • Birds
    • What did God create on the seventh day? (Genesis 2:2)
    • Nothing
    • What did God think of His work? (Genesis 1:31)
    • It was good
    • What did God call the firmament? (Genesis 1:8)
    • Heaven
    • What did God call the dry land and the waters? (Genesis 1:20)
    • Earth; Seas
    • Which are the 'greater light' and the 'lesser light'? (Genesis 1:16)
    • Sun; Moon
    • How did God create humans? (Genesis 1:26-27)
    • To look like Himself
    • What did God NOT command the humans He made to do? (Genesis 1:28)
    • Work and be industrious
    • Which of God's creations did NOT eat plants after He created them? (Genesis 1:29-30)
    • None; all animals ate plants
    • What did God NOT do on the seventh day? (Genesis 2:2-3)
    • Create children for the man and woman
    • How did God water the plants? (Genesis 2:5-6)
    • He sent mist
    • What did God make the man out of? (Genesis 2:7)
    • Dust
    • Where did God place His human creations? (Genesis 2:15-22)
    • A garden
    • Who named the living creatures? (Genesis 2:19-20)
    • The man
    • Why did God create the woman? (Genesis 2:18)
    • So she could help the man
    • What did God create the woman out of? (Genesis 2:21-22)
    • A piece of the man's body
    • God's choice of material for creating the woman symbolizes what? (Genesis 2:23-24)
    • A married man and woman should live together as one united entity