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Biynah is a teaching platform, using on-line courses as its primary medium for teaching. It is important to follow these courses chronological because they form the story-line of the Biblical narrative.No formal qualifications or certificates can be offered. See the appropriate suggested links, should you desire to acquire a formal qualification in Biblical Studies.

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UNDERSTAND THE OLD TESTAMENT WORLD
An Introductory study to the Old Testament World, Cultures and Practises.


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Test your Bible Trivia: Did you know:

The 10 commandments had writing on both sides (Ex 32:15).

Ehud was the 1st left handed man in the Bible (Judg 3:15).

Dogs are mentioned 41 times in the Bible, cats are never mentioned.

Ostriches are mentioned only twice in the Bible: (Job 39:13-18)(Lam 4:3). They are described as cruel and harsh towards their young, having no wisdom or understanding, but faster than a horse.

Jubal invented the harp and flute (Gen 4:21).

Delilah did not cut Samson's hair (Judg 16:19).

Everyone spoke the same language until the incident at the Tower of Babel (Gen 11:1-9).

There was a lady named Noah (Josh 17:3).

Samson used the jawbone of an ass to kill 1000 men (Judg 15:15).

The only boat mentioned by name in the Bible is the Castor and Pollux (Acts 28:11).

Manasseh was the longest reigning king at 55 years (2 Kin 21:1).

Zimri was the shortest reigning king at 7 days (1 Kin 16:15).

Joash was the youngest king at 7 years old (2 Chr 24:1).

Genesis never says Adam and Eve ate an apple, only that they ate fruit.

The only place an apple tree is mentioned in the Bible is (Song 2:3).

Er was the 1st person God killed for being wicked (Gen 38:7).

Lamech was the first person recorded in the Bible to commit polygamy (Gen 4:19).

Noah's Ark was 450' long, 75' wide, and 45' high, and had 3 stories (Gen 6:15).

God shut the door of the Ark (Gen 7:16).

There were 4 creatures sent as part of the 10 plagues against Egypt: frogs, lice, flies, and locusts.

Goliath's armor weighed 125 pounds (1 Sam 17:5).

David kept Goliath's armor in his tent after defeating him (1 Sam 17:54).