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John The Baptist

What was the garment that John the Baptist wore made from?


Cow hide
Sheep's wool
Camel's hair
Goat's skin

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Thrown into the river
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John the Baptist ate...?

Milk and honey
Unleavened bread
Figs and pomegranates
Locusts and honey

Who was the father of John the Baptist?

Zebedee
Aaron
Zacharias
Joseph

How much older was John the Baptist than Jesus?

Two years
One year
Six months
One month

What relationship was John the Baptist to Jesus?

Brother
Cousin
Uncle
Nephew

Who was the mother of John the Baptist?

Elisabeth
Salome
Tabitha
Mary

Where was John the Baptist when the word of God came to him?

In the temple
On a boat
At his mother's home
In the wilderness

 

 

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