National Bible Bee Game Show Recap: 305

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The Senior semi-final round of the National Bible Bee Game Show aired August 26th at 5:30 and on August 29th at 9:30.  Like the past few weeks, this was a Senior show, which is open to 15 to 18 year-olds. 

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Meet the three contestants from this episode:

Anna is from Pennsylvania. She enjoys reading old books and babysitting. She really likes the Bible Bee because of all the verses that she has memorized. Anna says that memorizing helps her to treasure God's Word.

Nicolas, who is from Ohio, is sixteen years old. He has done Bible Bee all six years, and says that it is a great way to study Scripture inductively and be encouraged by other believers.

Courtney is from Texas. She enjoys studying family history and recently got software to help with that. She says that Scripture is a blessing and a treasure in our hearts. You won't be sorry if you dedicate yourself to studying it.

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Each contestant recited three passages of Scripture and answered three knowledge questions.

Hardest question:
Question: How far is it from Jerusalem to Bethany?
Answer: 2 miles

Favorite verse:
"Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live."  John 11:25
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At the end of the show, the contestants also answered a fourth question, this one worth one thousand points.  This round's question was:

In Exodus 32, after the Israelites worshipped the golden calf, why did God relent from destroying them?
Answer: Moses prayed.


The winner of this episode, Anna, will advance to the final round!

Congratulations to all three of the contestants!

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What do you think?

Did you like this episode?

What did you think was the hardest question?

And what was your favorite verse?


Be sure to catch the next episode either online or on the NRB network!


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