Here’s today’s Final Jeopardy (in the category The Old Testament) for Monday, September 18, 2017:
Consisting of 21 verses, the book of this minor prophet, whose name means “Servant of God”, is the shortest
(correct response beneath the contestants)
|Angela Ward, a family assessment writer from Longview, Texas
||Andy Hyland, a university communications director from Mission, Kansas
||Ellen Wernecke, a social media analyst from Chicago, Illinois (2-day total: $24,910)
Who is Obadiah?
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Obadiah is the shortest book of the Old Testament in terms of the number of verses, but it does have 670 words. Other short books of the New Testament are Philemon (445 words, 25 verses), Jude (613 words, 25 verses). 3 John (299 words, 14 verses) and 2 John (303 words, 13 verses). The longest books are Psalms (43,743 words, 2,461 verses), Jeremiah (42,659 words, 1,364 verses), Ezekiel (39,407 words, 1,273 verses), and Genesis (38,267 words, 1,533 verses).
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