From Adam and Eve to Moses and Noah, the Old Testament is full of stories about people, rich with meaning and history. We challenge you to name them all!
God created everything. We thought we'd start out with the main character of the Old Testament.
Abraham is considered the patriarch of the Hebrew people. All Israelites descended from him.
Moses led the people of Israel out of Egypt to search for the Promised Land. He was the only human to ever "see" God.
David was a King of Israel. He brought the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem.
Jacob stole his brother's inheritance. Jacob was Abraham's grandson.
Joseph was sold into slavery by his brothers. He worked for the Pharaoh.
Saul was Israel's first King. Saul conspired to kill David.
Solomon asked God for wisdom. He struggled with moral issues, though.
Adam ate the forbidden fruit. He was then exiled from the garden of Eden.
Noah built a big boat in preparation for a flood. He saved people and animals from destruction.
God instructed Abraham to kill his own son, Isaac. The deed did not ultimately need to be carried out.
Aaron helped Moses lead the people of Israel out of Egypt. Aaron then became the first high priest of Israel.
God instructed Abraham to kill Isaac. Later, Isaac's son stole his blessing from his other son.
Joshua fought to settle the Promised Land. He had little faith that the people of Israel could be faithful.
Samson had a relationship with Delilah. The source of Samson's strength was his hair, which Delilah conspired to cut.
Samuel was Israel's last judge. He anointed Saul.
Absalom wanted to overthrow his father David's throne. He was a violent ruler.
Joab was the commander of King David's army. He was very loyal to David.
Jezebel promoted the worship of Baal. Jezebel ruled Israel with her husband.
Esther became the queen of Persia. She convinced the king to rescind his order to kill all of the Jews.
Job was the main example of the struggle between good and evil. He remained faithful despite his trials.
Cain murdered Abel. Cain and Abel were the sons of Adam and Eve.
Ahab was married to Jezebel. Together they encouraged the worship of Pagan gods.
Adam was the first human. Then God created Eve to keep Adam company.
Balaam was encouraged to curse the wandering Israelites. God spoke to him through a donkey.
Boaz was Ruth's husband. He was King David's great-grandfather.
Cyrus the Great was considered the first king of the Persian Empire. He permitted the Jews to return to Jerusalem.
King David ruled Israel for 40 years. He also killed Goliath.
Elijah was transported by a chariot of fire. He punished King Ahab for his sins.
Enoch was Cain's oldest son. Cain killed his brother Abel.
Esau and Jacob were twins. Esau was the older twin. Jacob was born holding Esau's heel.
Eve was made from one of Adam's ribs. The name "Eve" means "source of life."
Ezekiel was imprisoned by King Nebuchadnezzar. He had visions of a wheel and bones.
Gideon served as a judge for 40 years. He led an army of men to confuse their enemies and make them fight among themselves.
Ham was Noah's youngest son. The land of Canaan was named after his son, Canaan .