Women in the Old Testament Bible Quiz



    • What does "Eve" mean? (Genesis 3:20)
    • "mother of all living"
    • "matron of the earth"
    • "daughter of God"
    • "new beginnings"
    • Who married Abraham? (Genesis 17:15)
    • Rebekah
    • Anna
    • Rachel
    • Sarah
    • Looking for a wife for Isaac, Abraham's servant found: (Genesis 24:67)
    • Rebekah
    • Leah
    • Rachel
    • Michal
    • Jacob agreed to work 7 years for the hand of: (Genesis 29:28)
    • Rachel
    • Gomer
    • Isabel
    • Hagar
    • This woman promised the Lord that if He would bless her with a son, she would dedicate the boy to Him. She later bore Samuel. (1 Samuel 1:20)
    • Bathsheba
    • Hannah
    • Leah
    • Jezebel
    • David's original wife was: (1 Samuel 18:26)
    • Michal
    • Miriam
    • Bathsheba
    • Leah
    • This woman remained with her mother-in-law, Naomi, after Naomi's husband and sons died. (Ruth 1:16)
    • Hannah
    • Esther
    • Miriam
    • Ruth
    • This woman rumored that Joseph tried to commit adultery with her. (Genesis 39:14)
    • Pharaoh's wife
    • Gideon's wife
    • Potiphar's wife
    • Jacob's wife
    • This harlot housed spies sent by Joshua to take the city of Jericho. (Joshua 2:1)
    • Jezebel
    • Bathsheba
    • Leah
    • Rahab
    • This woman married Moses. (Exodus 2:21)
    • Zipporah
    • Rahab
    • Michal
    • Jezebel
    • After David looked upon her lustfully, he had an affair with this woman that ultimately led to the death of her original husband. (2 Samuel 11:2)
    • Rahab
    • Zipporah
    • Leah
    • Bathsheba
    • This woman tempted Samson to reveal the secret to his massive strength, which she used to betray him to the Philistines. (Judges 16:6)
    • Rebekah
    • Deborah
    • Delilah
    • Jezebel
    • This brave Israelite woman became queen of Persia and used her influence to protect her people, the Jews. (Esther 7:3)
    • Naomi
    • Esther
    • Rachel
    • Ruth
    • This woman was given to Jacob as a wife deceitfully before he could marry her younger sister, who he loved. (Genesis 29:25)
    • Dinah
    • Leah
    • Rachel
    • Michal
    • The prophet Hosea was commanded to marry this woman, though she was a harlot. (Hosea 1:3)
    • Bathsheba
    • Deborah
    • Gomer
    • Rahab
    • This Egyptian woman was Sarah's handmaiden, and bore Ishmael through Abraham. (Genesis 16:15)
    • Jezebel
    • Gomer
    • Zipporah
    • Hagar
    • This wicked queen wanted to kill the prophet Elijah. (1 Kings 19:2)
    • Michal
    • Hagar
    • Zipporah
    • Jezebel
    • This woman gave birth to Moses. (Exodus 6:20)
    • Keturah
    • Jochebed
    • Orpah
    • Merab
    • This woman was turned into a pillar of salt because she looked back as Sodom and Gomorrah were being destroyed. (Genesis 19:6)
    • Lot's wife
    • Ishmael's wife
    • Moses' wife
    • Noah's wife
    • This woman was Ruth's sister-in-law. (Ruth 1:4)
    • Michal
    • Naomi
    • Orpah
    • Miriam