Did This Happen in the Bible or Not?
The bible is such a remarkable work, it contains many, many stories. Some of them are dramatic, some bizarre, some awe-inspiring and some even funny! Can you tell us which of these unusual situations actually take place in the bible or are completely made up? Adam names every animal on earth.
How Well Do You Know the Secrets of the Bible?
There is no book that has a greater place in my heart than my long-cherished old copy of the Holy Bible. I know I am imperfect (aren't we all) but I think I know it pretty well. How about you? How well do you think you know about the people, places, and plots of the Old Testament?
Can You Conquer Our Biblical Challenge?
Do you love and appreciate the Bible and its many morals and stories? Then you're in luck because we want nothing more today than test your knowledge of both the Old and the New Testaments of the Bible. Can you answer all 15 questions and prove your knowledge?
Which Biblical Figure Are We Talking About?
The bible is not only a book with stories to tell, but it is full of fascinating figures, heroes and villains, great kings and even greater men of faith and prophecy. In this quiz, we're going to challenge your knowledge of these figures.
How Well Do You Know the Old Testament?
What’s the REAL Meaning of Easter?
Because the Angel of Death ‘passed over’ the houses of the Israelites, sparing their infants from death Because they sound quite similar It’s a mistranslation in the King James Bible What did the Israelites put on their doors during the 10th plague?
Discover How YOUR Memory Works
Black Lamp Flowers Bible Remote Control What was the color of the pepper to the RIGHT of this one? Orange Red Yellow Green What were the colors of the 2 missing spoons? Blue and yellow Orange and green Brown and blue Green and brown Did the hearth in this photo have a lit fire?
The Ultimate New Testament Brain Teasers
So you think you've read enough New Testament, heard enough sermons, sang enough hymns and even seen enough nativity plays to make you a bit of a Bible boffin? Well, let's put you to this tricky Gospel test.
English Quiz: Complete the Proverb!
The origin of this phrase dates back to 1382 when John Wycliffe translated the Bible. "...will clutch at a straw." "...will clutch at anything." "...will do anything." "...will drown you too if you let him."
We Give You the Meaning, You Give Us the Word
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Do You Have General Knowledge?
Greek Italian French Hebrew According to the Bible, what did God create on the fifth day? Sea creatures and birds Man The moon The plants and trees What were the first false teeth made of? Ivory Wood Bone Iron What wood was the Holy Cross supposed to be made of?
Take a Memory Quiz and Discover the Kind of Memory You Have
Did It Happen or Not?
Happened Didn't Happen The first book ever printed on a printing press in 1456 was the biography of Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of the printing press The first book printed was The Gutenberg Bible, including both the old and new testament.
Can You Guess What These Fancy English Words Mean?
a lover of books a lover of the Bible a lover of beer What does this fancy word mean? a flirt a rooster a tight dress You've Been Bamboozled! Oops! It seems that your knowledge of some of the English language's fanciest and most befuddling words is a little lacking.
Complete These Classic Proverbs
Complete the English proverb. his expression derives from the Bible, Ephesians 4:26. ...on your wrath. ...on your dreams. ...before it shines on you. ...before you pray. Complete the English proverb.
Know You These Myths and Folk Tales?
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Are These Facts, Legends or Myths?
The plagues in the Bible have been marked as ordinary events described in typical Egyptian literary metaphors. Myth History Legend Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome, were raised by a wolf. Romulus and Remus were the main characters of Rome's founding myth.
Is it All Ancient History to You?
Neanderthal Homo Habilis Homo Erectus Homo Sapiens Depositphotos Which was the earliest walled city (C. 9,000 B.C.) that, according to the Bible, Joshua and the Hebrews later overturned? The Wall of Jericho is the oldest city wall yet discovered by archaeologists.
Can You Find All the Stops in Our Trip Quiz?
When you've exhausted this place, our next port of call is where the bible says Jesus Christ was baptized. Where is that? The Al-Maghtas ruins on the Jordanian side of the Jordan River are believed to have been the location for the Baptism of Jesus and the ministry of John the Baptist.
Which Famous Statue Are You?
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Which Famous Quote Describes You Best?
In Jewish law they say that manners came before the bible. The simple act of assisting another is a holy thing, a basic measure of goodness and decency. We may have bad thoughts and bad feelings, but it's what we DO to help others that really says all there is to say about us.
Which Famous Novel Character Are You?
A journal A Bible A Keepsake An Old Photo An epic novel Which object caught your eye first in this image? One of the liquid containers (thermos, bottle etc.) Cutlery (knives, fork etc.)