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Biblical Miracles

Fill the blanks in these miracles from the Bible.
Last updated: October 23, 2015
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Miracle
Jesus is resurrected on the third day after his crucifixion
God said "and let there be light", and there was light
Jesus turns water into wine
Rain falls for forty days and forty nights, flooding the Earth
Jesus walks on water
Jesus multiplies fishes and loaves
Jonah survives in the belly of a great fish
Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead
Lot's wife turns into a pillar of salt
Israelites fed with manna during their years in the desert
Death of the first born sons of Egypt
Walls of Jericho fall to Joshua's trumpets
Parting of the Red Sea
God creates a confusion of tongues, after men try to build the Tower of Babel
Samson kills an entire army with the jawbone of a donkey
Daniel survives a night in the lion's den
Elijah ascends to heaven in a whirlwind
Gideon has a fleece that is dry when it shouldn't be (and vice versa)
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego survive in a furnace
God appears in a burning bush that is not consumed
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level 49
Nov 12, 2013
I feel like the clue should put more emphasis on Lazarus, as the Bible cites several counts of Jesus raising people from the dead.
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level 75
Nov 12, 2013
I think there are only 3 people Jesus resurrected, aren't there? And Lazarus is the only one of those 3 with a name. I could be mistaken.
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level 46
May 25, 2016
Only Jesus was resurrected from the dead. The others were technically only resuscitated because they all, eventually, did die again, not Jesus.
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level 75
May 25, 2016
hahahahaHA.. WHAT??? oh brother...
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level 38
Apr 12, 2017
Aren't you the one who, in comments in other puzzles, deny the existence of Jesus Christ? - Now you're debating how many people He raised from the dead... interesting.
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level 75
Mar 1, 2018
The language you are using suggests there is an established fact that I don't want to acknowledge. That's not the case. I've merely pointed to scholarly questions raised about the historicity of the Jesus character while also, often, intimating that my personal belief is that Jesus was a real person. That's irrelevant, though.
Real person or not that doesn't make the Bible true. Obviously he never resurrected anyone. Also obvious, or it should be, is that when someone refers to Biblical stories involving Jesus they are referring to.... Biblical stories. Nobody denies the existence of the Bible. That actually IS an established fact. When adults talk about Biblical miracles they are discussing what is described as taking place in the Bible, not what actually occurred in history. It's like I asked a child how many bowls of porridge Goldilocks found and you come along and say HEEY! I thought you said the three bears weren't REAL!
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level 75
Mar 1, 2018
Also, asking a question is not the same thing as debating. I have a feeling if I ever heard you read my comments out loud in the voice you've picked out for me in your head it would be so far removed from reality as to be hilarious.
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level 59
Nov 12, 2013
kalbahamut's right. Jesus resurrected a girl, a widow's son, and Lazarus. Only one is named.
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level 22
Aug 24, 2015
That is true
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level 58
May 22, 2016
It's true that it is written in the Bible. Whether it actually is true is something no one can say for certain.
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level 75
May 23, 2016
It's so rare that people talk about a historical Jesus that I think the default assumption is that we are referring to the literary character. When I say "it's true Luke Skywalker kissed his sister on multiple occasions," nobody expects me to follow that up with, "it is portrayed on screen. Whether that's actually true..."
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level 72
Mar 8, 2018
What? Luke kissed his sister more than once!? Or are you counting kisses on the cheek?
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level 75
Jun 27, 2018
There was a kiss on the cheek as they were about to swing through that shaft on the Death Star in A New Hope. There was a 2nd kiss on the cheek on Yavin IV as he was about to leave to attack the Death Star. There was a full on smooch on the lips at the beginning of Empire Strikes Back on Hoth which might have been trying to make Han jealous. There was another kiss on the lips as Luke was lying weak in bed after being saved from Bespin at the end of Empire. See them all here. Now... as to whether or not this really happened... don't want to disrespect anyone's beliefs by saying one way or the other.
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level 44
Nov 12, 2013
Babel can also be spelled Babble
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level 75
Nov 12, 2013
Spelled can also be spelled zbelt. Just, not correctly.
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level 70
Nov 12, 2013
George Bernard Shaw might have accepted it. Of course, he was a crank when it came to orthography.
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level 60
Apr 8, 2016
Spelled can be correct spelt spelt though.
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level 52
Nov 7, 2018
isn't spelt a kind of grain used in bread making... blessed are bread makers...
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level 78
May 6, 2014
Gideon! almost got me with that one.
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level 80
May 25, 2014
Anyone ever heard of the "tower of Babylon" ? --- it might be a bit late for me to be doing quizzes...
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level 75
May 22, 2016
LOL. I did the same thing, too, at first, and kept wondering why it wasn't accepted. Tower of Babylon sounds like a casino.
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level 59
May 22, 2016
Only 1 point for 75%. Not very christian......
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level 48
May 22, 2016
20/20 with 2:45 left. I certainly know a lot about the Bible – even though I'm an atheist!
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level 78
May 22, 2016
I've met a lot of people who became atheists because they read the Bible.
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level 75
May 25, 2016
It's really the fastest way to get there.
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level 49
May 23, 2016
Lol 20/20 with 2:46 left. Get rekt you nerd
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level 61
May 23, 2016
14/20...I can't believe some people still believe this stuff.
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level 60
Mar 30, 2017
Some people doth protest too much, methinks.
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level 75
Jun 27, 2018
I think this is the second or third time I've seen you say that without apparently knowing what it means or in what context it would make sense to say it. Here, it does not.
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level 47
Jan 25, 2019
11 different comments by one person out of a total of 39. Kiwi may have a valid point.
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level 38
Apr 12, 2017
My Mom had a great come-back for supercilious folks who would demand that she be born again or end up in Hell. She'd smile sweetly and reply: "I know I'm going to hell so, do me a favor, and save me a spot next to you."
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level 70
Jul 9, 2017
Just to see if it would be accepted, I tried burning "shrubbery" for the question about Moses. :-)
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level 52
Nov 7, 2018
maybe you should have tried Bush with a capital B
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level 21
Aug 28, 2018
2.45 to spare