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Bible Trivia - Ezra

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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 Ezra is the 15th book for Old Testament.  It picks up where 2 Chronicles leaves off.

To make the final coordinates start with the posted coordinates.

N 43 01.AAA  W 071 20.BBB

Question 1:

After the Israelites returned from exile and were settled in their towns, when did they start rebuilding the Temple of God?

A) midspring during the first year             AAA=001

B) midsummer during the first year         AAA=016

C) midspring during the second year       AAA=025

D) midsummer during the second year  AAA=033

Question 2:

Up to what amount of silver did Artaxerxes decree to his treasurers to give to Ezra?

A) 24 tons                            BBB=225

B) 1000 pounds                 BBB=237

C) 5000 pounds                 BBB=250

D) 7500 pounds                 BBB=269

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Puncgre guerr
Puncgre frira

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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