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This Quiz: Elijah and the Prophets of Baal

    1.) Elijah told Ahab that he had troubled Israel, because he had forsaken the commandments of the LORD and...
           followed Baalim.
           employed false prophets.
           allowed children to be sacrificed.
           erected Asherah poles.

    2.) On what mountain did Elijah ask Ahab to assemble the people of Israel, the prophets of Baal, and prophets of Asherah?
           Mount Sinai
           Mount Horeb
           Mount Carmel
           The Mount of Olives

    3.) What did the people say when Elijah challenged them about choosing between the Lord God and Baal?
           Nothing.
           "Well spoken."
           "Crucify him!"
           They began discussing what Elijah had said.

    4.) What animals did Elijah suggest be sacrificed?
           doves
           goats
           lambs
           bulls

    5.) How did the people respond to Elijah's suggestion that the sacrifices be prepared, but no fire be put to them and the god who answered by fire is indeed God?
           Nothing.
           "Well spoken."
           "Crucify him!"
           They began discussing what Elijah had said.

    6.) What did Elijah suggest to the prophets of Baal at noon when there still had been no answer to their prayers?
           Perhaps your god is meditating.
           Perhaps your god is wandering or on a journey.
           Perhaps your god is asleep and must be wakened.
           All of the above.

    7.) How many stones did Elijah use to build the altar for his sacrifice?
           six
           seven
           twelve
           We are not told.

    8.) How many jars of water did Elijah have poured over the wood?
           one
           seven
           twelve
           We are not told.

    9.) What time was it when Elijah prayed, "Answer me, O LORD, answer me, so that this people may know that you, O LORD, are God, and that you have turned their hearts back?"
           At the time of the offering of the evening sacrifice.
           At noon.
           At the third hour of the day.
           At the time of the rising of the sun.

    10.) When the fire of the LORD fell, what was consumed?
           The offering.
           The offering, the wood, and the stones.
           The offering, the wood, the stones, and the dust, and even licked up the water that was in the trench.
           The offering, the wood, the stones, and the dust, the water in the trench, and the prophets of Baal.





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