by leec 11 Replies latest jw friends

  • leec

    I haven't regularly watched in years, so I don't know if the episode I just saw is a repeat or new .. but the Final Jeopardy question was about the bible. The winner knew the answer, the others didn't. I certainly had no idea whatsoever. Do any of you know this without looking it up?

    A: This word is only mentioned twice in the bible; once in Acts, and the other in the 1st Epistle of Peter.

    Q: ?

  • poopsiecakes

    I'll take a stab...

    what is Christian?

  • Robdar


  • leec

    poopsie wins!

    promise you didn't peek at the internet?

  • cameo-d

    How about a word that is only mentioned ONCE in the whole bible and yet almost every religion centers its focus around that one word and people have turned out volumes of books and movies about that ONE word!

  • poopsiecakes

    yay ME!!!

    (nope, no peeking)

  • poopsiecakes

    cameo, is the word puke? lol

  • leec

    books and movies ... hmm .. one word ... is it "Harrypotter" ?

    (seriously, I have no idea)

  • BizzyBee


    Edited to say: What is Armageddon?

  • Think About It
    Think About It

    On one Jeopardy episode Alex Trebek was doing his small talk intoduction with a woman from Texas and it went something like this.

    Alex- Judy is from Texas and wanted it to snow on her wedding day.

    Judy- Yes Alex. Snow is very rare in Texas and the weather forcast said we were going to get a lot of snow on my wedding day.

    Alex- So did it snow on your wedding day?

    Judy- No it didn't snow on my wedding Alex. But, I got 8 inches on my honeymoon!

    Think About It

  • snowbird
    Acts 11:26 It was in Antioch that the disciples were for the first time called Christians.
    1 Peter 4:16 But if it's because you're a Christian, don't give it a second thought. Be proud of the distinguished status reflected in that name!
    Revelation 16:16 The frog-demons gathered the kings together at the place called in Hebrew Armageddon.



  • undercover

    What Bible translation includes the name Jehovah (erroneous translation of the tetragrammaton) in the New Testament over 200 times yet no original manuscript exists that shows the tetragrammaton ever being used in the NT?

    And don't forget to put your answer in the form of a question...that's the way Alex would want it.

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