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Category: Famous Stories

This Quiz: The Fiery Furnace

    1.) What was the nationality of the men who accused the Jews of not worshipping the golden image that the king had commanded?

    2.) What were the names of the three men that were accused?
           Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego
           Judah, Onan and Er
           Abraham, Isaac and Jacob
           Sanballat, Tobiah and Geshem

    3.) What was the name of the king who had the golden image set up?

    4.) What was the response of the king to the information that some of his subjects were not worshipping as commanded?
           He arranged counseling for the three men.
           He was furious and had them brought before him.
           He explained to his governors that the aliens were free to worship whom they chose.
           He thought it was a joke, and promoted the three men.

    5.) What was the response of the three men when they were commanded to worship as directed?
           They told the king that they had not been informed of the commandment.
           They sent a message to their friend Daniel to ask him what they should do.
           They negotiated a mutually convenient time for them to obey the king's command.
           They told the king that God would deliver them, and even if He didn't, they would not serve the king's gods.

    6.) How many times hotter than normal did the king order for the furnace to be heated?

    7.) What happened to the men who took the three men up to the furnace?
           The fire killed them.
           The fire burnt them severely.
           The fire singed their clothing.
           Nothing much - they smelled of smoke.

    8.) How many men did the king see in the midst of the furnace?
           153 (There were many people in the furnace.)
           4 (The three and one whose form was like the Son of God.)
           3 (The men whom he had had thrown there.)
           0 (The fire was so fierce it vaporized them immediately.)

    9.) When the men came out of the furnace, what did the princes, governors and captains see?
           The fire had had no power over them.
           Their hair was not singed.
           Their clothing was not changed and they did not smell of smoke.
           All of the above.

    10.) What was the king's response to the coming forth of the men from the furnace?
           He blessed the God of these men who had sent an angel to deliver them.
           He cursed the men and their God.
           He arranged for immediate burial of their remains.
           We are not told how he responded.

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