Again? You haven't seen my quiz.I'll answer your stupid little game on one single condition: YOU WILL answer my challenge as well. You're not above me and you're not too good to be challenged by me. Post your quiz again.
Sure, but I don't intend to pick you apart, and I have no answer to your question. I don't know any connection between Genesis 15 and the gospels except the obvious. I could scour the Internet looking for opinions on the matter, but why bother? If I only found one, it might or might not be yours.I'll let you pick me apart on it. Then I get to do the SAME to YOU. Deal?
Anyway, here's the quiz. An answer is not correct unless it is complete, meaning that if the bible gives more than one answer, so should you. You probably know that the bible gives two different answers to the first question, one in James, and one in Ephesians. A complete answer to the question would include them both. Good luck:.
What does the bible say about each of these:
 Is mankind saved by works or faith?
 What were Jesus' very last words on the cross?
 Is it possible for men be righteous?
 Has man seen God?
 Are all words from God true?
 Does God grow weary or tired?
 How did Jesus answer the Sanhedrin when it asked if he was messiah?
 What was the precise wording on the cross (English translation acceptable)?
 Was Jesus taken by Satan to the temple or mountain first?
 What number of blind men received their sight on the road from Jericho?
 Is God content with his works?
 Does God reside in temples?