In this file photo, Donald Trump looks on during a campaign rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona, U.S., October 4, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar

As Donald Trump places his hand on his family’s Bible to be sworn into the presidency on Friday, he will already have a list of biblical characters he is expected to emulate.

Ahead of his election, several Christians like Jerry Falwell Jr. and Michele Bachmann drew comparisons between President-elect Donald Trump and biblical characters, especially kings of Israel. Israel’s history allows for all kinds of potential comparisons, both good and bad.

Some saw Trump as an evil king like Ahab, and some compare him as a great king like David, says Joel Baden, a professor at Yale Divinity School. There’s a larger trend among some to take everything that happens currently and compare it to what happened in the Bible. “Just as the Bible is understood to provide us with a guide for how to live our lives, it’s also seen as a resource for understanding how God operates in history,” Baden said.

Guess which biblical leaders Trump has been compared to (hint: not all are kings).

1

This biblical character wrote a lot of songs.

King David

Daniel

St. Paul

King Cyrus

2

This biblical character ate only vegetables and drank water for a period of time.

King David

King Solomon

Daniel

St. Paul

3

This biblical king wasn’t an Israelite.

King Solomon

King Cyrus

King Jehoshaphat

King David

4

This biblical character defeated an enormous army but didn’t lift a finger.

Daniel

King Ahab

St. Paul

King Jehoshaphat

5

This biblical character persecuted the early followers of Jesus.

King Ahab

St. Paul

St. Luke

St. Jude

6

This biblical character is best known for creating the heavens and the earth. 

Adam

John

King David

God

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