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Trivia for anyone who dares... 10 months 2 weeks ago #105365

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You see, Israel (not Judah) was beseiged by Shalmaneser, the king of Assyria, during the ninth year of Hoshea, Israel's last king. After Israel was exiled, Shalmaneser put Babylonians, Avites, Sepharvites, and other foreigners in Israel. These strangers built their own cities and worshipped their idols and God. Shalmaneser also took a priest, so he could teach the Israelites the way of God. (You can find this in 2 Kings 17)

The next chapter (2 Kings 18), is about the Assyrians failing to conquer Judah, under the rule of Hezekiah.

So my answer is that there is no answer. The Israelites did not leave Assyria.
The answer is
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Bruh. That was Judah. He allowed the Jews to return to their homeland (Judah). Not the Israelites.
Well technically, the tribe of Judah is (or was) a part of Israel. The tribe of Judah and the tribe of Benjamin returned to Israel from Babylon, while the other 10 tribes did not leave Assyria.
1 Kings 17: 22 - 23: The Israelites persisted in all the sins of Jeroboam and did not turn away from them until the Lord removed them from his presence, as he had warned through all his servants the prophets. So the people of Israel were taken from their homeland into exile in Assyria, and they are still there.
At the time, they were two separate nations.
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Trivia for anyone who dares... 10 months 2 weeks ago #105366

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jodiaz wrote:
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You see, Israel (not Judah) was beseiged by Shalmaneser, the king of Assyria, during the ninth year of Hoshea, Israel's last king. After Israel was exiled, Shalmaneser put Babylonians, Avites, Sepharvites, and other foreigners in Israel. These strangers built their own cities and worshipped their idols and God. Shalmaneser also took a priest, so he could teach the Israelites the way of God. (You can find this in 2 Kings 17)

The next chapter (2 Kings 18), is about the Assyrians failing to conquer Judah, under the rule of Hezekiah.

So my answer is that there is no answer. The Israelites did not leave Assyria.
The answer is
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Bruh. That was Judah. He allowed the Jews to return to their homeland (Judah). Not the Israelites.
It just came from the website: studyabroadnations.com/hard-bible-trivia-questions-and-answers/
I literally searched up hard bible trivia and clicked the first thing.
They're wrong, I'm afraid.
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Trivia for anyone who dares... 10 months 2 weeks ago #105389

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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
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You see, Israel (not Judah) was beseiged by Shalmaneser, the king of Assyria, during the ninth year of Hoshea, Israel's last king. After Israel was exiled, Shalmaneser put Babylonians, Avites, Sepharvites, and other foreigners in Israel. These strangers built their own cities and worshipped their idols and God. Shalmaneser also took a priest, so he could teach the Israelites the way of God. (You can find this in 2 Kings 17)

The next chapter (2 Kings 18), is about the Assyrians failing to conquer Judah, under the rule of Hezekiah.

So my answer is that there is no answer. The Israelites did not leave Assyria.
The answer is
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Bruh. That was Judah. He allowed the Jews to return to their homeland (Judah). Not the Israelites.
It just came from the website: studyabroadnations.com/hard-bible-trivia-questions-and-answers/
I literally searched up hard bible trivia and clicked the first thing.
They're wrong, I'm afraid.
rip then. my bad


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jodiaz wrote:
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You see, Israel (not Judah) was beseiged by Shalmaneser, the king of Assyria, during the ninth year of Hoshea, Israel's last king. After Israel was exiled, Shalmaneser put Babylonians, Avites, Sepharvites, and other foreigners in Israel. These strangers built their own cities and worshipped their idols and God. Shalmaneser also took a priest, so he could teach the Israelites the way of God. (You can find this in 2 Kings 17)

The next chapter (2 Kings 18), is about the Assyrians failing to conquer Judah, under the rule of Hezekiah.

So my answer is that there is no answer. The Israelites did not leave Assyria.
The answer is
Warning: Spoiler! [ Click to expand ]
Bruh. That was Judah. He allowed the Jews to return to their homeland (Judah). Not the Israelites.
It just came from the website: studyabroadnations.com/hard-bible-trivia-questions-and-answers/
I literally searched up hard bible trivia and clicked the first thing.
They're wrong, I'm afraid.
rip then. my bad
NP
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Trivia for anyone who dares... 10 months 1 week ago #105607

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Random fact.
Did you know that "subtle" and "naked" have the same root word in Hebrew? It's quite interesting
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Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out everything on your own. Proverbs 3:5 MSG

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Random fact.
Did you know that "subtle" and "naked" have the same root word in Hebrew? It's quite interesting
Yup.
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Trivia for anyone who dares... 10 months 1 week ago #105651

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BookwormJo wrote:
Random fact.
Did you know that "subtle" and "naked" have the same root word in Hebrew? It's quite interesting
Yes, that is quite interesting. Um. Yeah. :lol:
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Trivia for anyone who dares... 10 months 1 week ago #105719

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Who was Dodo's son?
I honestly forgot there was someone in the Bible named Dodo.

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Who is Dodo?
Someone's son.
And Someone's Father.
b :lol: true

Lol but I'm serious who is he?
Ermmm.... there's 3 Dodos
1. The grandfather of Tola, a judge from the tribe of Isaachar
2. The father of Eleazar; this Dodo was one of the mighty men with David.
3. The father of Elhanan

Fun fact: the name "Dodo" is actually related to the name "David".
There are actually more but just not shown in the Bible.


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Trivia for anyone who dares... 10 months 1 week ago #105735

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jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
SGirven wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
SGirven wrote:
Alyssa4Jesus wrote:
SGirven wrote:
horsegirl04 wrote:
Who was Dodo's son?
I honestly forgot there was someone in the Bible named Dodo.

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Who is Dodo?
Someone's son.
And Someone's Father.
b :lol: true

Lol but I'm serious who is he?
Ermmm.... there's 3 Dodos
1. The grandfather of Tola, a judge from the tribe of Isaachar
2. The father of Eleazar; this Dodo was one of the mighty men with David.
3. The father of Elhanan

Fun fact: the name "Dodo" is actually related to the name "David".
There are actually more but just not shown in the Bible.
True dat.
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Trivia for anyone who dares... 9 months 3 weeks ago #107088

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Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
You see, Israel (not Judah) was beseiged by Shalmaneser, the king of Assyria, during the ninth year of Hoshea, Israel's last king. After Israel was exiled, Shalmaneser put Babylonians, Avites, Sepharvites, and other foreigners in Israel. These strangers built their own cities and worshipped their idols and God. Shalmaneser also took a priest, so he could teach the Israelites the way of God. (You can find this in 2 Kings 17)

The next chapter (2 Kings 18), is about the Assyrians failing to conquer Judah, under the rule of Hezekiah.

So my answer is that there is no answer. The Israelites did not leave Assyria.
The answer is
Warning: Spoiler! [ Click to expand ]
Bruh. That was Judah. He allowed the Jews to return to their homeland (Judah). Not the Israelites.
It just came from the website: studyabroadnations.com/hard-bible-trivia-questions-and-answers/
I literally searched up hard bible trivia and clicked the first thing.
They're wrong, I'm afraid.
rip then. my bad
NP
wait. Didn't Cyrus let them rebuild the temple in their homeland?


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Trivia for anyone who dares... 9 months 3 weeks ago #107155

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jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
jodiaz wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
You see, Israel (not Judah) was beseiged by Shalmaneser, the king of Assyria, during the ninth year of Hoshea, Israel's last king. After Israel was exiled, Shalmaneser put Babylonians, Avites, Sepharvites, and other foreigners in Israel. These strangers built their own cities and worshipped their idols and God. Shalmaneser also took a priest, so he could teach the Israelites the way of God. (You can find this in 2 Kings 17)

The next chapter (2 Kings 18), is about the Assyrians failing to conquer Judah, under the rule of Hezekiah.

So my answer is that there is no answer. The Israelites did not leave Assyria.
The answer is
Warning: Spoiler! [ Click to expand ]
Bruh. That was Judah. He allowed the Jews to return to their homeland (Judah). Not the Israelites.
It just came from the website: studyabroadnations.com/hard-bible-trivia-questions-and-answers/
I literally searched up hard bible trivia and clicked the first thing.
They're wrong, I'm afraid.
rip then. my bad
NP
wait. Didn't Cyrus let them rebuild the temple in their homeland?
;-; Those were the Jews, not the Israelites.
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