Devil's Den Quiz Ⅵ

​Q: Medals are awarded for first, second, and third places in Olympic events. What are these medals called? 

A: Congressional Medals  

Q: Since 1968, each Olympic Games has had one or more mascots. Which of these mascots is from the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics? 

A: Misha  

Q: Up to, and including, the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, which of these cities has hosted the Olympic Games more than once? 

A: London, UK  

Q: Each country taking part in the Olympic Games is identified by a three letter code. Which of these is NOT an Olympic country code? 

A: GBR  

Q: There are many different sports at the Olympic Games; which of these is an official event at the modern Summer Olympic Games? 

A: Swimming  

Q: Jesus went to the house of a man called Lazarus for a meal. What was the name of the lady who sat at his feet and listened to him talk? 

A: Mary 

Q: In what religion was Jesus raised by his parents?

A: Jewish  

Q: When Jesus was born, his mother, Mary, did not have a cradle, so she placed him in another type of "cradle". What was this called? 

A: Manger  

Q: God created the whole world and everything in it, but who gave all the living creatures their names? 

A: Adam  

Q: While the Israelites journeyed across the desert to the promised land for forty years, God told Moses that their _____ would not wear out. What was God talking about? 

A: clothes and shoes  

Q: At the last supper, the night before Jesus was crucified, Jesus washed the feet of the disciples. One of the disciples did not want Jesus to wash his feet. Who was this man? 

A: Peter 

Q: Jesus taught us that the most important thing we needed in life was ____.| 

A: Love  

Q: Paul was a man who hated Jesus and his followers. Where was he on his way to when Jesus stopped him, blinding him with a bright light, beginning the transformation of Paul's life? 

A: Damascus  

Q: The first man and woman, Adam and Eve, lived in the Garden of Eden, a beautiful place. Why did God banish them from there?

A: They were disobedient  

Q: The Egyptian Pharaoh would not let the Israelite people (his slaves) leave Egypt. God let Moses lead them out after ten plagues were sent down upon Egypt. What was the last plague God sent? 

A: Death of all the firstborn sons  

Q: I am bitter and lovely shade of yellow. You can find me in a well-known rhyme - "Oranges and _______".| 

A: Lemons  

Q: I am a shiny fruit, and you can find me in red and green colors. "An _______ a day keeps the doctor away".| 

A: Apple 

Q: I am a purple-coloured fruit. Little Jack Horner pulled me out of a Christmas pie!| 

A: Plum  

Q: Tennis players eat me between games to keep nice and strong. I can also be found in pajamas!| 

A: Banana