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How many chapters are there in the book of Genesis?50The book of Genesis consists of 50 chapters.
What does the word 'Genesis' mean?birth or originThe word 'Genesis' is derived from a Greek word meaning, the 'birth' or 'origin'.
Which is the first line in the Bible?'In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.'Genesis 1:1 - 'In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.'
How many days did God take to create the Heavens and the Earth?6God took 6 days to create the Heavens and the Earth and God rested on the seventh day.
On which day did God say 'Let there be light'?day 1In the book of Genesis 1:3, God said 'let there be light'. God said this on the first day of His creation.
Where did God put Adam and Eve after their creation?Garden of EdenThe garden of Eden is described in the book of Genesis as being the place where the first man, Adam, and his wife, Eve, lived after they were created by God.
Who came to tempt Eve?A serpentA serpent came to tempt Eve, to eat the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil.
How did God create Eve?from one of Adam's ribsGod created Eve from one of Adam's ribs, to be his companion.
To whom did God say, "Why art thou wroth and why is thy countenance fallen?"CainGod was displeased with Cain's offering and said, "Why art thou wroth and why is thy countenance fallen?".
Who was the first man to commit murder?CainCain, son of Adam, was the first man to commit murder.
Who was killed by his own brother?AbelAbel, son of Adam, was the first man to get killed.
Whom did God choose to build an ark?NoahGod chose Noah to build an ark to save Noah and his family, along with one male and female of all animal species, from the great flood.
How many days did it rain during the great flood?forty days and forty nightsThe rains continued for forty days and forty nights destroying every living thing on earth except those in the Noah's ark.
What was the purpose of building the Tower of Babel?to reach unto the heavens and to make a name for themselvesThe people of Babylon build the Tower of Babel to reach unto the heavens and to make a name for themselves.
What everlasting covenant with all living things does the rainbow represent?that there shall be no more flood to destroy the EarthAfter the great flood, God made a covenant with all living things that there shall be no more flood to destroy the Earth. The rainbow acts as a token of this covenant.

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