Other Bible quiz by Jeffrey Miller January 30, 2007 written by Jeffrey Miller January 30, 2007 You know the Bible 96%! Wow! You are awesome! You are a true Biblical scholar, not just a hearer but a personal reader! The books, the characters, the events, the verses – you know it all! You are fantastic! Ultimate Bible QuizCreate MySpace Quizzes 26 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Pro-life director of an abortion clinic next post He needs to make it 25 You may also like Blogging Geek November 14, 2003 Vatican Password Please December 13, 2016 Prophetic playlist March 27, 2006 Advent Tree December 1, 2009 Just ants no rants January 4, 2004 Spiritual Malpractice May 27, 2004 Commenting October 22, 2004 Jester news that's fit to print February 18, 2003 Building a Catholic eBook Library on the Cheap June 12, 2011 Jacksonville's Super Bowl a Marriage of Parties and... February 6, 2005 26 comments Steven R. McEvoy January 30, 2007 - 1:11 pm I got 100% but guessed on the David’s grandma one. Lizbette January 30, 2007 - 1:15 pm I got 100%–but I was evangelical before I converted!! cjmr January 30, 2007 - 1:33 pm I guessed on David’s great-grandma, too. I was pretty sure I had some other ones wrong…but it said 100%. RyanL January 30, 2007 - 2:00 pm 100%, with a guess on David’s great-grandmother. Are you sure this thing isn’t broken? TimC January 30, 2007 - 2:30 pm It’s not broken, it’s just very easy. I got a 98% and believe me I’m no Bible scholar. I always do well on multiple choice because you can eliminate many of the answers as definitely wrong, making it easier to get the right answer. And I’ve watched a lot of Veggie Tales in my time, so that helped, a lot. And yes, I too guessed at David’s great-grandmother. Richard January 30, 2007 - 2:50 pm 100% Bible and Theology major at MidAmerica Nazarene University–sure, it carries with it no practical job experience per se, but I can rock the quizzes. Woohoo. Roman Catholic Blog January 30, 2007 - 2:56 pm Ultimate Bible Quiz: How Well Do You Know The Bible? You know the Bible 100%! Wow! You are awesome! You are a true Biblical scholar, not just a hearer but a personal reader! The books, the characters, the events, the verses – you know it all! You are fantastic! Ultimate Roberto January 30, 2007 - 3:01 pm That’s a ridiculous quiz, but then again, I am tempted to give it to high school students… Utter Muttering January 30, 2007 - 3:12 pm Bible quiz It’s simply not possible. It’s simply not, I tell you. But yet, there it is. And no, I didn’t cheat and re-take the test or anything like that. Love2learn Mom January 30, 2007 - 3:28 pm Okay, how’s this one – my teen age daughter and I both got 100% even though we gave different answer for David’s great-grandmother. While it’s true that David had more than one great-grandmother, it still makes me wonder. TheGodFearinFiddler January 30, 2007 - 3:44 pm I have to take issue with this question: 6. What was Jesus’ first recorded miracle? Of course the answer they’re looking for is turning water into wine which is what I put. But its not the correct answer according to how the question is worded. The first recorded miracle would be the first miracle in the book of Mark – which would be casting out a demon. They should have said “what was recorded as Jesus’ first miracle” then we could say – turning water into wine (which only occurs in John which is by most estimates the last gospel written) Leah January 30, 2007 - 3:55 pm I got 100% too. Most of the questions were absurdly easy (and meant to be – or did Jesus really feed the 5000 pizza?), but a few were more interesting. My favority was “who led the Israelites *into* the Promised Land?” The easy questions can mask that this isn’t the obvious “Moses” answer, because he led them there but could not enter himself. paul zummo January 30, 2007 - 3:56 pm I guessed at David’s great-grandmother as well and also got 100%. There were a few trick questions in there – if you’re not paying attention you might have responded that Moses led the Israelites into the promised land. Otherwise, yeah, not that hard. patrick January 30, 2007 - 4:51 pm Same here. 100%,also guessed David’s great-grandma. kalej January 30, 2007 - 6:26 pm 100% but I must admit I had to guess on which book came after Collosians. Without looking it up anyway. The wording on “how did the ISREALITES” get into Egypt” is a bit off. They walked for the most part. Ubi_deficiunt January 30, 2007 - 7:17 pm OK – now I know the quiz is rigged. I got 100%, and I’m a cradle Catholic. I must have been secretly taught the bible through subliminal messages in the music of Marty Haugen. David B. January 30, 2007 - 8:10 pm Showoff. New Jersey Lawyer January 30, 2007 - 9:03 pm I got 98%, and I have no idea what I got wrong. But really, this “quiz” was ridiculously easy. Everyone knows that Jesus fed the 5000 Chinese take-out. cathy January 31, 2007 - 6:54 am Literacy-chic — still beat me,,,, 90% here mary January 31, 2007 - 1:46 pm I also got 100%. But I did read these comments first…so maybe I shoul have only had a 90-something? Ephrem January 31, 2007 - 4:46 pm 100%, and a cradle Catholic. But we did have to study the Bible for MA comps. Took a couple of years and a bundle of cash to get that degree. But now I know it’s worth it. (I knew David’s great-grandma from reading the Book of Ruth at daily Mass.) Lynn January 31, 2007 - 10:25 pm Got 100%…guessed on David’s grandma and number of books in NT. John Hetman January 31, 2007 - 11:46 pm If an utter dumbell like myself can score 100% it can’t be much of a quiz. Sure I guessed at one or two and got them right. On second thought, if I really am this good, maybe I will try my luck at the racetrack. Bryan McKenzie February 1, 2007 - 1:23 pm 100% – Not bad for an Episcopalian. Sarah February 1, 2007 - 9:57 pm I got a 98% Andrea September 12, 2007 - 1:54 pm The correct answer to this would be Ruth,so if you guessed Ruth, you are correct. If not, then you are wrong. His other grandmother was Rahab, but that is not an option. So if you didn’t “guess” Ruth, then you are incorrect. Comments are closed.