Test Your Biblical Knowledge

Less Than 10% of Christians Will Ace This Test. How Well Do You Know the Bible? Take the Quiz Below to Find Out.

What Is The Bible?

The Bible is a book that contains the written word of God. It is divided into two parts: The Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament contains the books of the Hebrew Bible, which were written before the time of Jesus Christ. The New Testament contains the books of the Christian Bible, which were written after the time of Jesus ChristThe Bible is so important because it is the word of God. It is a guide for our lives and helps us to know what is right and wrong. It also teaches us about God's love for us and how we can have a relationship with him.

Why Should You Take The Bible Quiz?

Bible quizzes are a fun way to learn God's Word! They help teach, test, and train Bible knowledge in an exciting and self-challenging way. So wether you would describe yourself as a Bible expert or a Bible noob, this quiz is a great way to challenge yourself and learn something new from the written word of God himself!

All quiz questions include Bible references to enhance overall learning & development. We encourage quiz takers to have their Bibles with them and read the passages as they take the quizzes. At the end of your quiz you will be given a result and an answer key. And with that, "Let the Bible Quizzing Begin!"

Want to continue reading more about the Bible? Keep scrolling below for more articles.

Who Wrote The Bible?

The Bible was written by a variety of authors over the course of many centuries. These authors came from different backgrounds and had different perspectives, but they all had a common goal: to share the story of Gods love for humanityThe Old Testament was written primarily in Hebrew, with some sections in Aramaic. The New Testament was written in Greek. The different books of the Bible were written at different times, and they were later compiled into a single book.The Bible is a unique book because it is the word of God. It is not like any other book because it is inspired by God. This means that the Bible is reliable and trustworthy. It is a book that can be trusted to give us accurate information about God and His plan for our lives.

What Are The Benefits Of Reading the Bible?

One of the benefits of reading the Bible is that it can help us to understand Gods will for our lives. It can also provide guidance and wisdom when we are making decisions. Additionally, reading the Bible can help us to grow in our relationship with God. It can also give us hope and encouragement when we are going through difficult times

When your read the Bible you are actively engaging with the written holy word of God himself. How cool is it that we can learn about the world directly from the creator himself? We can gain insight and wisdom that we can carry with us for the rest of our lives. When we dedicate time to read the Bible we are directly changing the course of our lives and aligning ourselves to the will of God.

Who Is Jesus?

Jesus' parents were Mary and Joseph. He was born in Bethlehem. God sent him to be the Savior of the world. He is king of the world because he is the Son of God. His purpose is to save us from our sins. He is God because he is the only begotten Son of God

Jesus had 12 disicples: Peter, Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, James son of Alphaeus, Thaddaeus, Simon the Zealot, and Judas Iscariot

Jesus came to earth to save us from our sins. He did this by his death on a cross and resurrection three days later. Jesus took the burden of all of our sins so that we could be made clean before God. All who believe in Jesus and accept him into their hearts will be saved.

How Can I Learn More About The Bible?

There are many ways to learn more about the Bible and become more theologically Knowledgeable. Some people study the Bible in depth on their own, while others join Bible study groups or take classes at a seminary or Bible college. There are also many excellent books and resources available on theology and the Bible. Additionally, attending a church with sound biblical teaching and participating in small groups or Sunday school can also be helpful in growing in one's understanding of the Bible and Christian theology

Ultimately, to further your Biblical knowledge you can start by Reading the Bible daily, watching sermons, listening to podcasts, praying daily, asking God to fill you with wisdom and knowledge, and if you want to go even further you can join a Bible college!

Why Did We Create This Bible Quiz?

We created this Bible quiz with one thing in mind. To Spread the word. We want more people to be interested in all the amazing things in the Bible. We hope that by the end of this quiz you have been able to learn something new or at least refresh the Biblical knowledge that you already had. 

We hope that by the end of this quiz you will feel inspired to know more about the creator of the universe. To continue to read your Bible and pray daily. 

The quiz consists of 11 questions designed to help you better understand your own knowledge of the Bible ranging from Old to New Testament. At the end of the quiz you will be told your results and given an answer key. 

Old And New Testament

The Old Testament begins with the book of Genesis, which tells the story of the creation of the world. It then goes on to tell the stories of the patriarchs and matriarchs of the Hebrew people, such as Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The Old Testament also includes the books of Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, which contain the laws given to the Hebrew people by GodThe Old Testament also contains the historical books of Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings, 1 and 2 Chronicles, and Ezra-Nehemiah. These books tell the story of the Hebrew people from the time they left Egypt until the time of the Babylonian ExileThe Old Testament also contains the poetic books of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Songs. These books contain the wisdom and poetry of the Hebrew peopleThe Old Testament ends with the book of Malachi, which prophesies the coming of the MessiahThe New Testament begins with the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, which tell the story of Jesus Christ. It then goes on to tell the story of the early Church in the book of Acts. The New Testament also includes the Epistles, or letters, of Paul, which were written to various churches, as well as the General Epistles, or letters, of James, Peter, John, and Jude. The New Testament ends with the book of Revelation, which tells of the end times and the second coming of ChristThe Bible has had a profound impact on the world. It has shaped Western civilization and has been a source of comfort and inspiration for billions of people.

What Is The Bible? Conclusion

The Bible is a collection of religious texts or scriptures sacred to Christians. It is the second-largest religious text in the world after the Quran. Christians believe the Bible is the word of God, inspired by the Holy SpiritThe Bible has two main sections, the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament is the first part of the Christian Bible. It is based on the Hebrew Bible, which was originally written in Hebrew and Aramaic. The New Testament is the second part of the Christian Bible. It was written in Greek and tells the story of Jesus Christ and his disciplesThe Bible is divided into 66 books, which are further divided into chapters and verses. The Old Testament has 39 books, while the New Testament has 27 books.

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