Some Bible Jeopardy categories include geography, characters of the Old and New Testaments, events in Jesus' life and vocabulary. Bible Jeopardy categories can also be more specific, such as events in Genesis, the lives of Saul and David, and numerology.
An example of a Bible geography category clue is "The birthplace of Paul, this town is located in modern-day Turkey." The correct response is, "What is Tarsus?" An example of a Jeopardy clue under the Life of Jesus Christ category is "This Roman governor described Jesus as the King of the Jews." The answer to this clue is "Who is Pontius Pilate?" An example of a Jeopardy clue in a Bible vocabulary category is "This word refers to the child guaranteed the most inheritance in a family." The correct response is "What is the firstborn?"
An example of a clue in the Genesis category is "The offspring of these three sons of Noah repopulated the earth." The answer to this clue is "Who are Shem, Ham and Japheth?" An example of a clue in the Lives of Saul and David category is "This people dwelt in Jersualem before King David conquered the city." The answer to this clue is "Who were the Jebusites?" A clue under the numerology category in Bible Jeopardy could be "Both the rains of the Great Flood and Jesus' fast in the wilderness lasted for this amount of days." The answer to this clue is "What is 40?"