God’s Quiz As Posted On The Internet

This blog is not plagiarized.  IT’S A REPRINT!  I saw an article on the internet this week and thought it was worth introducing to my followers.  The author of this article is Jennifer C. Martin and the pictures are from the internet.
There were only 5 questions posted on the quiz and for me they were very easy.  But I challenge you to give this quiz to your grandkids or any one else you wish to introduce to the Holy Bible.  Posted below in red is the actual website and author of this piece.  Click it if you wish to take the quiz on your own.  (I found downloading this article extremely laborious.)

Despite the fact that the main religion in the United States is Christianity, most people don’t actually know much about the Bible. Whether or not you believe The Bible is literal, one cannot understate its significance to our culture. This famous book compilation has stories present in three of the world’s major religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. For many, it’s the direct Word of God! And one of the best things about the Bible is the rich stories that were told. Everyone should have some basic awareness of what these stories are, and why the Bible means so much to so many people all around the globe.
So in this educational quiz about the Bible, we asked questions about some of the obvious choices, like Abraham and Jesus and Mary. However, we also had a few questions about things you might not recall. Do you know who Lydia in the New Testament is? You should! The great thing about this quiz is that it’s fun, educational, and helps you be aware of the things in the Bible you may have forgotten. If you grew up going to Sunday School and church, this quiz should be easy-peasy… right? Learning stories from the Bible might have been a part of your daily life! So, without further ado, here is our Biblical figures quiz. Hopefully you haven’t forgotten them all! Do you? Prove it… and maybe we can guess your education level on top of it.

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