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Bible Trivia - 2 Chronicles

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Hidden : 05/15/2017
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Geocache Description:

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 Chronicles is the 14th book for Old Testament.  It starts with the Solomon’s reign as king and ends with Israel in Babylonian captivity.

To make the final coordinates start with the posted coordinates.

N 43 00.AAA  W 071 20.BBB

Question 1:

When Solomon decided to build the temple, he enlisted a force of people to do the work.  Which of the following is correct?

A) 70,000 common laborers, 80,000 stone cutters & 3,600 foreman           AAA=862

B) 80,000 common laborers, 70,000 stone cutters & 3,600 foreman           AAA=876

C) 3,600 common laborers, 80,000 stone cutters & 70,000 foreman           AAA=802

D) 70,000 common laborers, 3,600 stone cutters & 80,000 foreman           AAA=823

Question 2:

Who was Jotham’s mother?

A) Jezreel            BBB=651

B) Jezebel           BBB=600

C) Jerusha           BBB=613

D) Jessica             BBB=584

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Puncgre gjb
Puncgre gjragl-frira

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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