Pub quiz questions

  1. In the Bible, Exodus 24:12 describes the 10 commandments as being written on what?
    Stone tablets

  2. A revolving firework is named after which saint?
    Catherine

  3. How many deities comprise a group called an ennead?
    Nine

  4. In the Old Testament, who was the the elder brother of Moses?
    Aaron

  5. After the flood, God gave Noah the right to do what to sheep? A right which he denied to Adam.
    Eat them
    Food(2) QI(3) Religion(4) Biology(3)
    1x01. According to the Bible, Adam and Eve were vegetarians, told by God to eat fruit and vegetables only. It was only after the Great Flood, when God made a new covenant with Noah, and said, "Every living thing that moves will be yours to eat."

  6. In the Twelve days of Christmas song, seven swans were given, representing the seven gifts of the holy spirit. What are they?
    Wisdom, understanding, council, fortitude, knowledge, piety and fear of the Lord

  7. What is the meaning of 'Imam', the title by which the Ayatollah Khomeini was known in Iran?
    Leader

  8. According to the Bible, on which day did God create the Sun, Moon and the stars?
    The fourth day

  9. Oopal or pink tourmaline are the birthstones for which month?
    October
    From the standardised list from 1912

  10. Who was the USA's first Roman Catholic President?
    John F Kennedy
    President 1961-1963