In The Ultimate Bible Fact & Quiz Book, the author has compiled 384 pages of interesting questions, answers, and Bible facts. There are 21 chapters, each one focusing on a main topic.
Chapter 1 entitled "The Light of the World" contains 11 "Quiz" pages pertaining to Jesus Christ. Each of the 11 quizzes contains 15 questions with answers at the bottom of the page.
At the end of the quizzes, there are 4 "Facts" pages also pertaining to Jesus.
Each chapter follows this outline with the number of quiz pages varying slightly. Here are a few examples of questions:
According to Genesis, who gave names to the animals?
What mountaintop citadel did David capture?
In the book of Revelation, what was the rider of the third horse holding?
What is the Sunday on which Jesus rose from the dead now called?
Who is responsible for receiving tithes in the Temple?
What was the name of the Roman centurion who saw an angel at Caesarea?
According to Peter in Acts 2 what will happen to the sun?
Which two prophets does Mark quote at the beginning of his Gospel?
How many chapters does the Old Testament prophecy of Haggai contain?
True or False? Seth was the third son of Adam and Eve.
True or False? Jesus was crucified between two criminals.
In the Parable of the Sower, what did the seeds that fell among the thorns stand for?
What wood did Noah use to build his ark?
As you can see, the questions range from simple to complex. You can pick the easier ones for children and challenge Bible whiz kids (or adults) with the more difficult ones. There are hundreds to choose from.
The layout of this book makes it very easy to read. The large spiral binding allows you to lay the book open on a table without losing your place, especially since there will probably be plenty of fun conversation going on. This is one of those trivia books you can pull out to play with any age group. There's much to be learned by adults and children alike. It would be a great way to occupy time on a long road trip. You may just enjoy using this fact-filled book as your own learning tool, but I'm hoping to share a little more of the Gospel with my grandchildren in a fun way.