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Bible Trivia - 2 Kings

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Hidden : 05/15/2017
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The original goal of the Bible Trivia Series was to bring people to check out churches in the area. With the exception of a few, the churches didn't seem interested in having a cache on their property. So I found some unused trails to start putting caches on.

The book of 2 Kings is the 12th book for Old Testament.  At this point, Israel is divided into a northern and southern kingdom.  It records the succession of kings, many of them ungodly.  This lead to the eventual destruction and exile of the people of Israel.   All the answers are based on the New Living Translation (NLT) of the Bible.

To make the final coordinates start with the posted coordinates.

N 43 01.AAA  W 071 20.BBB

Question 1:

When Elisha told king of Israel to pick up the arrows and strike them the ground, how many times did the king strike the ground?

A) 1        AAA=155

B) 2        AAA=300

C) 3         AAA=207

D) 5         AAA=254

Question 2:

How old was Josiah when he became king?

A) 8    BBB=910

B) 31    BBB=900

C) 18    BBB=850

D) 21      BBB=801

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Puncgre guvegrra
Puncgre gjragl-gjb

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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