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True or False

Place a check mark next to the TRUE statements below.

1. Noah built the ark in 150 years.
2. Water prevailed 30 cubits above the high mountains.
3. The apostle Peter is the only person to mention the Flood in the New Testament.
4. Next to Creation, the Flood is the greatest single geological event in the history of the Earth.
5. A local, Mesopotamian flood would require an ark to save the world's wildlife.
6. The ark has been located on top of the 17,000 feet-high Mount Ararat.
7. The opening of the windows of heaven provided all the water necessary for the Flood.
8. Below the equator, water does not seek its own level as it does above the equator.

Multiple Choice

Select the correct answers below.

1. God imposed a "probationary period" of a maximum of how many years before destroying the inhabitants of the Earth?

2. Which of the following is not used to describe Noah?
Faithful in the ages
A just man
Perfect in his generations
Walked with God

3. How old was Noah when he entered the ark?

4. In Luke 17:26-30, Christ compared the Flood with the:
Destruction of the Tower of Babel
Destruction of the Temple in in Jerusalem
Destruction of Sodom
Destruction of Satan

5. What was Noah required to take with him on the ark?
Land-dwelling creatures

6. Biblical testimony points to a:
Local flooe
Mesopotamian flood
Intercontinental flood
Worldwide flood

7. How long were Noah and his family on the ark before the waters that were to form the Flood began to arrive?
1 day
2 days
7 days
1 year

8. According to Genesis 8:7, what was the first animal Noah sent out from the ark to see if the waters had receded?


Match the related concepts (place the correct letter in the space provided by each number).

1. Greek for "world" A. Jesus
2. Walked with God B. Peter
3. Hebrew for "all" C. Kol
4. Responsible for getting the animals to the ark D. God
5. Apostle who referred to the Flood in reference to the Second Coming of Christ E. Kosmos
6. Predicted an impending doom that was to befall the Jews of his day who would not listen to, and obey, the Word of God F. Noah

Fill In The Blanks

1. Genesis 7:21: "All flesh that moved upon the earth, both birds, and cattle and beasts, and every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth, and every man."

2. Numerous theologians and of the past attributed many of the Earth's features to the Flood of Noah.

3. Some Bible professors have wrongly argued: "The flood hypothesis seems to be a valid alternative."

4. Genesis 6:5: "And Jehovah saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth and that every of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually."

5. Rehwinkel stated: "No geologist, biologist, or student of history can afford to ignore this great ."

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