Quiz: Can You Answer This Ultimate A-Z Bible Quiz?

Bible terms from Genesis to Revelation and back again!

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 Sep 03, 2020
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Question: 1/26Choose Your Answer:

What is "Bethlehem"?
The city where Jesus was born
The city where Jesus grew up
The place where Jesus was crucified

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"Malta" describes what?
The place where Moses found the Ten Commandments
The place where Paul was shipwrecked
The place where Jesus was buried

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"Benjamin" describes:
The man who found Jesus tomb
One of the apostles
The tribe Paul was from

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What are "Beatitudes"?
Stories used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson
The first five books of the Bible

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"Palm Sunday" describes:
Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem before his death
Jesus' resurrection
Jesus' birthday

Question: 6/26Choose Your Answer:

What is the common name given to the first four books of the New Testament?
The Gospels

Question: 7/26Choose Your Answer:

What is "gopherwood"?
What the Cross was made of
Wood used by Noah to build the Ark
What the Ten Commandment tablets were made of

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What is the collective name of the stories Jesus told?

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What does "advent" describe?
Death and resurrection
Healing of the sick
An arrival that has been awaited

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The the act of making amends for sin or wrongdoing is called:

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If someone is "prodigal," they are:
Banished from their homeland
Recklessly wasteful

Question: 12/26Choose Your Answer:

To be subject to God's "wrath" is to be subject to His:

Question: 13/26Choose Your Answer:

This is the second book of the Old Testament:

Question: 14/26Choose Your Answer:

This means " "formal agreement" in the Bible:

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A Biblical "epiphany" is a(n):

Question: 16/26Choose Your Answer:

The "Trinity" describes:
The Father, Son, Holy Spirit
Jesus, Mary and Joseph
Adam, Moses, Abraham

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What does "2 John" describe?
The longest book of the Bible
The shortest book of the Bible
The Gospel of John

Question: 18/26Choose Your Answer:

This is a sin against virtue.

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A person willing to die rather than have to give up his or her beliefs is known as a:

Question: 20/26Choose Your Answer:

To be saved from sin and allowed to enter heaven:

Question: 21/26Choose Your Answer:

"Gentiles" are also known as:
Devil worshippers

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What does the "Pentateuch" describe?
The first five books of the Bible
The gospels
The last five books of the Bible

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"Jehovah" is another name for:
The Holy Sprirt

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A "commandment" is _________ from God.
A story
A rule
A suggestion

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An "epistle" is what?
A pagan statue
A long letter
A follower of Christ

Question: 26/26Choose Your Answer:

This describes an angel ranked above the highest rank in the celestial hierarchy.
QUIZ BLISS | Quiz Facts

If you were born into the faith or learned about the teachings of Jesus Christ along the way, we're sure the Bible's prose stuck with you throughout your life. Can you rattle off the many books that make up the Bible? Can you tell which book a Bible verse is from without looking? Can you finish a verse in your head before someone says it out loud? Test your wits and find out just how much the Bible plays a role in your everyday life!

Do you love Jesus? Did you study all of His works? Do you go to church and read the Bible on your own? Did you grow up Christian? Do you pepper your conversations with your favorite quotes from the Bible? Do you believe you lead a good Christian life? Do you like to pray all the time? Do you know some important terms in the Bible? If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, you may know the Good Book better than most. You can prove it by taking this fun and challenging quiz!

Sure, this quiz is fun and may LOOK easy, but that doesn't mean it IS easy! The eighteen questions ask that you identify the people, places, events, and books that are named in the Bible. These are tough—they are not spoken everyday, but you've studied the Bible, it will be a no-brainer! Not only will you have loads of fun taking the quiz, but you'll also learn something too, and show the world you seriously you take your faith at the same time! Are you ready? Let's go—God is with you every step of the way!