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BIBLE QUIZ

By Kevin O’Neill
Bible Quiz is created as a learning tool for those interested
in Bible studies – its intention is for church groups or those
interested in home study to have fun while learning about
the Bible. The latest version features 200 questions. Sections
include amongst others:

Quick Bible Facts


Bible Words
Which is a Book in the Bible?
Where is the Parable From?
The New Testament
Psalms
Old Testament or New Testament
Liturgical Calendar
Sacred Vestments
Holy Professions
Stations of the Cross
Scripture Story
Pope John Paul II
Pope Benedict XVI
Revelations
Proverbs
Quick Bible Facts

1) Which best describes the Bible?


a) Collection of sixty six books written by many authors over a period of twelve
hundred years (about 1100 BC to AD 100)
b) Collection of six books written by many authors over a period of twelve hundred
years (about 1100 BC to AD 100)
c) Collection of four books written by many authors over a period of twelve hundred
years (about 1100 BC to AD 100)
d) Collection of eighty books written by many authors over a period of twelve
hundred years (about 1100 BC to AD 100)

2) What is the first book in the Bible?


a) Tago
b) Genesis
c) Judas
d) Gospel

3) What is the last book in the Bible?


a) Jesus
b) Hades
c) Revelation
d) Gonge

4) What year was the Bible printed in America?


a) 1663 – published by John Eliot in an Indian language
b) 1673 – published by John Eliot in an Indian language
c) 1753 – published by John Eliot in an Indian language
d) 1668 – published by John Eliot in an Indian language

5) Which best describes the Old Testament?


a) Story of Mary’s relationship or covenant with the ancient Hebrews
b) Story of Adam and Eve’s relationship or covenant with the ancient Hebrews
c) Story of God’s relationship or covenant with the ancient Hebrews
d) Story of the Pope’s relationship or covenant with the ancient Hebrews

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) a 2) b 3) d 4) a 5) c
6) Christians divide the Old Testament into what four groups?
a) Music books, historical books, poetical books, prophetical books
b) Law books, light books, poetical books, prophetical books
c) Law books, historical books, English and Hebrew books, prophetical books
d) Law books, historical books, poetical books, prophetical books

7) Which number is closest to how many languages the Bible has been translated into?
a) More than 1700
b) More than 8000
c) More than 12000
d) More than 20000

8) Does the Bible describe man and woman’s daily relationship to God?
a) True
b) False
c) Not sure
d) Don’t know

9) What language was the Old Testament first written in?


a) Chinese
b) Tao
c) Japanese
d) Hebrew

10) What language was the New Testament first written in?
a) Greek
b) Hebrew
c) Italian
d) English

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) d 7) a 8) a 9) d 10) a
Bible Words

1) Which best describes apostle?


a) One of the twelve apostles appointed by Mark in the gospels
b) One of the twelve apostles appointed by Matthew in the gospels
c) One of the twelve apostles appointed by Jesus in the gospels
d) One of the twelve apostles appointed by Jesus in the book of love

2) Which best describes Baal?


a) Fertility Gods of the Canaanites
b) Capital of Egypt
c) A river in the land of Galileo
d) A wall in the city of Jerusalem

3) Which best describes “The Fall”


a) Alienation from the city of Judah through sin – the symbols are Adam & Eve
b) Alienation from God through sin – the symbols are Adam & Eve
c) Alienation from the state of the devil through sin – the symbols are Adam & Eve
d) Alienation from the three wise men through sin – the symbols are Adam & Eve

4) Which best describes Immanent?


a) Presence of friction in the world
b) Presence of power of magic in the world
c) Presence of flower power in the world
d) Presence of God’s power in the world

5) Which best describes Oracle?


a) Teaching of God via prophets on issues
b) Teaching of the prophets written in stone
c) Teaching on the Book of Genesis
d) Teaching of New Testament

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) c 2) a 3) b 4) d 5) a
6) Which best describes a scribe?
a) Someone who has copied, written, and cut and pasted laws
b) Someone who has taught in the U.S.A.
c) Someone who has copied, taught and interpreted the law of Incha
d) Someone who has copied, taught and interpreted the law of Moses

7) Which best describes Pentecost?


a) Christian day of the Holy Spirits descent on the disciples
b) Christian day of the Holy Spirits descent on the sand
c) Christian day of the Holy Spirits descent on the New Year
d) Christian day of the Holy Spirits descent on the word

8) Which best describes a sacrament?


a) Easter religious right
b) Christian religious ceremony
c) Desert religious ceremony
d) Love religious ceremony

9) Which best describes a tabernacle?


a) Portable sanctuary – housed the Ark of the Star
b) Portable sanctuary – housed the Ark of the Lark
c) Portable sanctuary – housed the Ark of the Covenant
d) Portable sanctuary – housed the Ark of the Law

10) Which best describes a Torah?


a) First five book of the Jewish Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers,
Deuteronomy)
b) First five book of the Indian Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers,
Deuteronomy)
c) First five book of the English Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers,
Deuteronomy)
d) First five book of the German Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers,
Deuteronomy)

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) d 7) a 8) b 9) c 10) a
Which Is a Book In The Bible?

1) Which is a book in the Bible: Genesis, Genny, Gen and Jeno?


a) Genesis – the first book of the Bible which covers the time from creation
b) Genny – the first book of the Bible which covers the time from creation
c) Gen – the first book of the Bible which covers the time from creation
d) Jeno – the first book of the Bible which covers the time from creation

2) Which is a book in the Bible: Exo, Exodus, Elo, Exwin?


a) Exo – God frees his people from slavery
b) Exodus – God frees his people from slavery
c) Elo – God frees his people from slavery
d) Exwin – God frees his people from slavery

3) Which is a book in the Bible: Leviticus, Levitic, Levities, Levo?


a) Leviticus – Book of worship
b) Levitic – Book of worship
c) Levities – Book of worship
d) Levo – Book of worship

4) Which is a book in the Bible: Jos, Josua, Joshua, Jope?


a) Jos – tells how the promised land was conquered and divided
b) Josua – tells how the promised land was conquered and divided
c) Joshua – tells how the promised land was conquered and divided
d) Jope – tells how the promised land was conquered and divided

5) Which is a book in the Bible: Ezra, Ez, Ebb, Eb?


a) Ezra – story of the capture and exile of the Jews by the Babylonians
b) Ez – story of the capture and exile of the Jews by the Babylonians
c) Ebb – story of the capture and exile of the Jews by the Babylonians
d) Eb – story of the capture and exile of the Jews by the Babylonians

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) a 2) b 3) a 4) c 5) a
6) Which is a book in the Bible: Hoss, Hosea, Hoea, Hoa?
a) Hoss – uses marriage as a symbol to describe the relationship between God &
Israel
b) Hosea – uses marriage as a symbol to describe the relationship between God &
Israel
c) Hoea – uses marriage as a symbol to describe the relationship between God &
Israel
d) Hoa – uses marriage as a symbol to describe the relationship between God &
Israel

7) Which is a book in the Bible: Obadiah, Oba, Ob, Odadiah?


a) Obadiah – shortest book of the Old Testament only contains 21 verses
b) Oba – shortest book of the Old Testament only contains 21 verses
c) Ob – shortest book of the Old Testament only contains 21 verses
d) Odadiah – shortest book of the Old Testament only contains 21 verses

8) Which is a book in the Bible: Nah, Nahum, Noum, Nahem?


a) Nah – Describes drama of God’s wrath toward Isreal’s enemy
b) Nahum – Describes drama of God’s wrath toward Isreal’s enemy
c) Noum – Describes drama of God’s wrath toward Isreal’s enemy
d) Nahem – Describes drama of God’s wrath toward Isreal’s enemy

9) Which is a book in the Bible: Zephaniah, Zepa, Zephenpola, Zepzs?


a) Zephaniah – Poem of doom and gloom that religious corruption is everywhere
b) Zepa – Poem of doom and gloom that religious corruption is everywhere
c) Zephenpola – Poem of doom and gloom that religious corruption is everywhere
d) Zepzs – Poem of doom and gloom that religious corruption is everywhere

10) Which is a book in the Bible: Hagg, Hogi, Haggai, Hai?


a) Hagg – First prophet to speak Gods word after Bablonia exile of the Jews
b) Hogi – First prophet to speak Gods word after Bablonia exile of the Jews
c) Haggai – First prophet to speak Gods word after Bablonia exile of the Jews
d) Hai – First prophet to speak Gods word after Bablonia exile of the Jews

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) b 7) a 8) b 9) a 10) c
Where From the New Testament Is the Parable From?

1) “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.”
a) Romans 3:21
b) Romans 3:28
c) Romans 3:24
d) Romans 3:23

2) “As it is written: There is none righteous no, not one.”


a) Romans 3:10
b) Romans 3:21
c) Romans 3:80
d) Romans 3:15

3) “For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever
believes in him should not perish but have everlasting life”
a) John 3:10
b) John 3:16
c) John 2:16
d) John 3:18

4) “But God demonstrates his own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners,
Christ died for us.”
a) Romans 5:8
b) Romans 5:20
c) Romans 5:10
d) Romans 5:5

5) “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is external life in Christ Jesus our
Lord.”
a) Romans 5:2
b) Romans 6:20
c) Romans 6:23
d) Romans 6:5

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) d 2) a 3) b 4) a 5) c
6) “But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God,
and that believing you may have life in his name”
a) John 10:31
b) John 15:31
c) John 20:31
d) John 22:31

7) “Yet the law is not of faith but the man who does them shall live by them.”
a) Galatians 3:15
b) Galatians 3:12
c) Galatians 3:8
d) Galatians 3:31

8) “For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men”
a) Titus 2:15
b) Titus 2:20
c) Titus 2:25
d) Titus 2:11

9) “But as God is faithful, our word to you was not yes and no”
a) Corinthians 1:18
b) Corinthians 1:20
c) Corinthians 1:22
d) Corinthians 1:6

10) “Have you not shown partially among yourselves, and become judges with evil
thoughts?”
a) James 2:4
b) James 2:10
c) James 2:2
d) James 2:22

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) c 7) b 8) d 9) a 10) a
What Psalm From The New Testament Is The Verse From?

1) “Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stands in the
path of sinners, nor sits in the seat of the scornful”
a) Psalm 1:1
b) Psalm 1:2
c) Psalm 1:3
d) Psalm 1:4

2) “Oh, sing to the Lord a new song: For he has done marvelous things; His right hand
and his holy arm have gained him the victory.”
a) Psalm 100
b) Psalm 98
c) Psalm 99
d) Psalm 86

3) “Blessed be the Lord my rock, who trains my hands for war, and my fingers for
battle”
a) Psalm 4
b) Psalm 94
c) Psalm 104
d) Psalm 144

4) “Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for he is good! For his mercy endures forever.”
a) Psalm 136
b) Psalm 126
c) Psalm 106
d) Psalm 6

5) “I will extol you, my God, o King, and I will bless your name forever and ever.”
a) Psalm 135
b) Psalm 145
c) Psalm 45
d) Psalm 5

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) a 2) b 3) d 4) a 5) b
6) “When Israel went out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of strange
language”
a) Psalm 145
b) Psalm 45
c) Psalm 100
d) Psalm 105

7) “Praise the Lord: Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for he is good! For his mercy endures
forever.”
a) Psalm 156
b) Psalm 56
c) Psalm 5
d) Psalm 500

8) “O Lord God, to whom vengeance belongs – O God, to whom vengeance belongs,


shine forth!”
a) Psalm 9
b) Psalm 94
c) Psalm 19
d) Psalm 194

9) “Truly God is God to Israel, to such as are pure in heart.”


a) Psalm 7
b) Psalm 70
c) Psalm 71
d) Psalm 73

10) “Let God arise, let his enemies be scattered; let those who hate him flee before him.”
a) Psalm 16
b) Psalm 6
c) Psalm 68
d) Psalm 116

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) a 7) a 8) b 9) d 10) d
Which Does The Book Appear In Old Testament or New Testament?

1) Joel
a) Old Testament
b) New Testament

2) Romans
a) Old Testament
b) New Testament

3) Romans
a) Old Testament
b) New Testament

4) Micah
a) Old Testament
b) New Testament

5) Ruth
a) Old Testament
b) New Testament

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) a 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) a
6) Leviticus
a) Old Testament
b) New Testament

7) Zechariah
a) Old Testament
b) New Testament

8) Revelation
a) Old Testament
b) New Testament

9) Thessalonians
a) Old Testament
b) New Testament

10) Galatians
a) Old Testament
b) New Testament

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) a 7) a 8) b 9) b 10) b
What Psalm From The New Testament Is The Verse From?

1) “Praise the Lord! For it is good to sing praises to our God; for it is pleasant, and
praise is beautiful.”
a) Psalm 137
b) Psalm 127
c) Psalm 147
d) Psalm 157

2) “Let us break their bonds in pieces and cast away their cords from us.”
a) Psalm 2:3
b) Psalm 2:5
c) Psalm 2:8
d) Psalm 2:10

3) “The mouth of the righteous speaks wisdom and his tongue talks of justice.”
a) Psalm 47
b) Psalm 37
c) Psalm 57
d) Psalm 67

4) “The law of God is in his heart; none of his steps shall slide.”
a) Psalm 37
b) Psalm 47
c) Psalm 57
d) Psalm 67

5) “Do not put your trust in princes, nor in a so of man, in whom there is no help.”
a) Psalm 76
b) Psalm 66
c) Psalm 46
d) Psalm 56

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) c 2) a 3) b 4) a 5) c
6) “One generation shall praise your works to another, and shall declare your might
acts.”
a) Psalm 145
b) Psalm 125
c) Psalm 135
d) Psalm 155

7) “Set a guard, O Lord, over my mouth; keep watch over the door of my lips.”
a) Psalm 121
b) Psalm 141
c) Psalm 131
d) Psalm 151

8) “To Him who alone does great wonders, for his mercy endures forever.”
a) Psalm 156
b) Psalm 146
c) Psalm 126
d) Psalm 136

9) “Thus they were defiled by their own works, and played the harlot by their own
deeds.”
a) Psalm 106
b) Psalm 116
c) Psalm 126
d) Psalm 96

10) “It is good to give thanks to the Lord, and to sing praises to your name, O most high.”
a) Psalm 82
b) Psalm 92
c) Psalm 62
d) Psalm 72

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) a 7) b 8) d 9) a 10) b
Liturgical Calendar

1) From the Latin natadisdies “the day of birth”


a) Christmas
b) Easter
c) New Years
d) St. Patrick’s Day

2) From the Greek epi-phaienein, “to show, or reveal” Occurs Jan 6th.
a) Christmas
b) Epiphany
c) Easter
d) Good Friday

3) Occurs Feb 2, forty days after Jesus birth.


a) Christmas
b) Epiphany
c) Candlemas
d) Good Friday

4) From the old English lencter; the spring.


a) Good Friday
b) Easter
c) Lent
d) Fat Tuesday

5) Fifth day period which, continues up to Pentecost.


a) Good Friday
b) Easter
c) Lent
d) Fat Tuesday

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) a 2) b 3) c 4) c 5) b
6) Celebrated August 15th in recognition of the Virgin Mary’s ascent into heaven.
a) Christmas
b) Easter
c) The Assumption
d) Good Friday

7) Celebrates the Eucharist the Thursday after the Festival of the Trinity
a) Corpus Day
b) Corpus Christi Day
c) Corpus Christi Thursday
d) Corpus Christ

8) Celebrates the final going up to heaven of the risen Lord forty days after Easter.
a) The Ascension
b) The Ladder
c) Candlemas
d) Good Friday

9) From the Greek pentekoste – “the fiftieth day”: the fiftieth day after Easter.
a) Good Friday
b) Pentecosta
c) Pentecost
d) Pentecoste

10) Festival celebrated on the second Friday after Trinity Sunday.


a) Good Friday
b) The Sacred Heart
c) The Scared Lent
d) The Sacred Lamb

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) c 7) b 8) a 9) c 10) b
Language Translation – select the best match of what the word translates into

1) In Greek Christos
a) Christmas
b) Christ
c) Kris
d) Christi

2) In Hebrew Mashiach.
a) Christ
b) Messiah
c) Messiaha
d) Micha

3) In Greek Katholikos.
a) “according to all”
b) “according to God”
c) “according to Jesus”
d) “according to Joseph”

4) In Greek Ambassador or messenger.


a) Messengero
b) Amba
c) Angel
d) Ambassadoro

5) In Latin “adventus”.
a) Adventure
b) Advento
c) Advente
d) Advent or coming

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) b 2) b 3) a 4) c 5) d
6) In Latin Calix.
a) Drinking cup
b) Christ
c) Christmas
d) Cup

7) From the Greek anabaino.


a) to go to church
b) to go to heaven
c) to go down
d) to go up

8) From the Latin stola.


a) long cross
b) long robe
c) long shirt
d) long sleeves

9) Opus Dei, means what in English?


a) “the work of the Apostles”
b) “the work of Michael”
c) “the work of God”
d) “the work of the Saints”

10) In Latin redimere.


a) Redeem “to leave”
b) Redeemeo “to buy back”
c) Redeemer “to buy”
d) Redeem “to seek back”

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) a 7) d 8) b 9) c 10) b
Sacred Vestments – select the best answer to the vestment question

1) White robe with long sleeves that covers the entire body, which has a cord at the
waist.
a) Alb (from the Latin alba “white”)
b) Robe (from the Latin alba “white”)
c) Cloak (from the Latin alba “white”)
d) Stole (from the Latin alba “white”)

2) Worn above the alb – it’s the minimum that ordained ministers can wear as vestments.
a) Stola (from the Latin stola “long robe”)
b) Stole (from the Latin stola “long robe”)
c) Stol (from the Latin stola “long robe”)
d) Stoled (from the Latin stola “long robe”)

3) Put over the head like a poncho – it’s an upper vestment – protects like a small house.
a) Chausub (from the Latin casual “small house”)
b) Chausubla (from the Latin casual “small house”)
c) Chausuble (from the Latin casual “small house”)
d) Chausu (from the Latin casual “small house”)

4) A white vestment signifies what?


a) The time of Lent, Easter day, festival of saints
b) The time of the festival of saints
c) The time of Christmas
d) The time of Christmas, Easter, festival of saints

5) Violet vestment is worn when?


a) Christmas
b) Advent and Lent
c) Feast of all Saints
d) During spring

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) a 2) b 3) c 4) d 5) d
6) Green vestment is worn when?
a) Fall periods
b) Summer periods
c) Christmas periods
d) Ordinary periods

7) Pink vestment is worn when?


a) First Sunday of Lent and the second Sunday of Lent
b) Third Sunday of Lent and the fourth Sunday of Lent
c) Second Sunday of Lent and the fourth Sunday of Lent
d) First Sunday of Lent and the fourth Sunday of Lent

8) Vestment worn by deacons over the alb and stole.


a) Dalmatic
b) Calmatic
c) Malmatic
d) Galmatic

9) Hooded cloak – consists of a semi-circular piece of cloth.


a) Cloak
b) Circle top
c) Cape
d) Drape

10) Originally part of the dress of Roman emperors and of certain Popes in the High
Middle Ages.
a) Malmatic
b) Calmatic
c) Dalmatic
d) Cloak

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) d 7) b 8) a 9) c 10) c
Holy Professions – select the best answer to the holy professions question

1) Dressed entirely in red -> even by wearing a red biretta (square cap).
a) Deacons
b) Priests
c) Bishops
d) Cardinals

2) Dressed in violet – their cross around their neck hangs from a green cord and the ring
they wear symbolizes their marriage to the church.
a) Bishops’ and Deacons
b) Bishops’ and Archbishops
c) Pope and Bishops
d) Priests

3) Wears a white soutane (white cape) – He also wears “The Fishermans Ring” in
memory of St. Peter.
a) Deacon
b) Bishop
c) Pope
d) Priest

4) Wears a ring and pectoral cross and dresses in cowled robes.


a) Fathers of the Vatican
b) Monks
c) Priests
d) Pope

5) From the Greek diakonos – aids to Christ via sacramental services


a) Bishop
b) Deacon
c) Nun
d) Principal

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) d 2) b 3) c 4) b 5) b
6) Receives a mitre and crook as part of their holy order.
a) Bishops
b) Pope
c) Priest
d) Minister

7) Receives a stole and a chasuble, as well as bread and wine for masses as part of their
holy order.
a) Deacon
b) Priest
c) Minister
d) Eucharist Minister

8) Receives a book of the Gospels, as well as being clothed in a stole and a dalmatic as
part of their holy order.
a) Holy Priests
b) Deacons
c) High Priests
d) Ministers

9) The three levels of the sacrament of Holy Orders are by this group.
a) Bishops, priests and deacons
b) Bishops, ministers and deacons
c) Priests, deacons and the Pope
d) Priests, deacons and nuns

10) The superiors of abbeys of monks are called what.


a) Father Monks
b) Father Abbots
c) Father Priests
d) Father figures

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) a 7) b 8) b 9) a 10) b
Stations of the Cross – select the best answer to the stations of the cross question

1) What happens at the first station?


a) Jesus falls the first time
b) Jesus is condemned to death
c) Jesus meets his mother
d) Veronica wipes the face of Jesus

2) What happens at the third station?


a) Jesus falls the first time
b) Jesus is condemned to death
c) Jesus meets his mother
d) Veronica wipes the face of Jesus

3) What happens at the fourth station?


a) Jesus meets his mother
b) Jesus is taken from the cross
c) Jesus meets his mother
d) Veronica wipes the face of Jesus

4) What happens at the thirteenth station?


a) Jesus falls the third time
b) Jesus is stripped of his garments
c) Jesus is taken from the cross
d) Simon helps carry the cross

5) What happens at the fourteenth station?


a) Jesus falls the second time
b) Jesus is taken from the cross
c) Simon helps carry the cross
d) Jesus is laid in the tomb

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) b 2) a 3) a 4) c 5) d
6) What happens at the sixth station?
a) Jesus falls the third time
b) Jesus falls the second time
c) Veronica wipes the face of Jesus
d) Jesus meets his mother

7) What happens at the ninth station?


a) Jesus falls the third time
b) Jesus meets his mother
c) Jesus is laid in the tomb
d) Simon helps carry the cross

8) What happens at the tenth station?


a) Jesus falls the third time
b) Jesus is condemned to death
c) Jesus falls the second time
d) Jesus is stripped of his garments

9) What happens at the fifth station?


a) Simon helps carry the cross
b) Jesus falls the first time
c) Jesus falls the third time
d) Jesus is stripped of his garments

10) What happens at the seventh station?


a) Jesus falls the first time
b) Jesus falls the third time
c) Jesus falls the second time
d) Simon helps carry the cross

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) c 7) a 8) d 9) a 10) c
Scripture Story – where is the phrase from?

1) “Let there be light.”


a) Genesis 2:6 – 3:4
b) Genesis 1:1 – 2:4
c) Genesis 4:1 – 5:4
d) Genesis 2:8 – 4:8

2) “Zacchaceus, come down, I want to eat at your house today.”


a) Luke 19:1-10
b) Luke 20:1-10
c) Luke 21:1-10
d) Luke 22:1-10

3) “Why does Jesus want Zacchaeus for a friend? We know that he cheats people.”
a) Luke 19:1-10
b) Luke 20:1-10
c) Luke 21:1-10
d) Luke 22:1-10

4) “I will give away half of what I own. I will pay back the people who I cheated. I will
give them more then I took from them.”
a) Luke 19:1-10
b) Luke 20:1-10
c) Luke 21:1-10
d) Luke 22:1-10

5) “You are trying to be a better person. Good for you! You are a special child of God.”
a) Luke 19:1-10
b) Luke 20:1-10
c) Luke 21:1-10
d) Luke 22:1-10

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) b 2) a 3) a 4) a 5) a
6) “This is my body”
a) Mark 15:22-26
b) Mark 14:22-26
c) Mark 16:22-26
d) Mark 17:22-26

7) “This is my blood”
a) Mark 14:22-26
b) Mark 13:22-26
c) Mark 12:22-26
d) Mark 11:22-26

8) “Jesus was raised from the dead! He is not here”


a) Mark 11-1-16:6; John 19:11-16
b) Mark 12-1-16:6; John 18:11-16
c) Mark 13-1-16:6; John 15:11-16
d) Mark 15-1-16:6; John 20:11-16

9) “I don’t know where Jesus is”


a) Mark 13:1-16:6; John 21:11-16
b) Mark 14:1-16:6; John 19:11-16
c) Mark 15:1-16:6; John 20:11-16
d) Mark 16:1-16:6; John 18:11-16

10) “Tell my friends that I have new life from God the Father. I will visit them soon”
a) Mark 13:1-16:6; John 21:11-16
b) Mark 14:1-16:6; John 19:11-16
c) Mark 15:1-16:6; John 20:11-16
d) Mark 16:1-16:6; John 18:11-16

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) b 7) a 8) d 9) c 10) c
Pope John Paul II – answer with the best response to the questions

1) How old was Pope John Paul II when he became Pope?


a) 56
b) 57
c) 58
d) 59

2) What was Pope John Paul II real name?


a) Karoe Wotyla
b) Karol Woltyla
c) Karol Woityla
d) Karol Wojtyla

3) When did Pope John Paul II become Pope?


a) October 16th, 1977
b) October 16th, 1978
c) October 16th, 1979
d) October 16th, 1980

4) Pope John Paul II was the first non-Italian pope in how many years?
a) 450
b) 456
c) 455
d) 452

5) Pope John Paul II was the youngest pope in how many years?
a) 130
b) 131
c) 132
d) 133

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) c 2) d 3) b 4) b 5) c
6) In 1938 his family moved so that Pope John Paul II could attend what university?
a) Jagiellonian University
b) Reckland University
c) Slovian University
d) Yale University

7) On Dec 1, 1989 – what Soviet official met the Pope at the Vatican and praised him as
a moral leader?
a) Vtalimer Putin
b) Mikhail Gorbachev
c) George Stalin
d) Michael Zilbermann

8) Pope John Paul II died on what day?


a) April 3, 2005
b) April 4, 2005
c) April 2, 2005
d) April 5, 2005

9) On March 29, 2000 the Pope left a note on this wall asking forgiveness from Jesus
for the holocaust past.
a) Jerusalem’s Western Wall
b) Berlin Wall
c) Great Wall of China
d) Stonehenge

10) How many years was Pope John Paul II Pope?


a) 24 years
b) 25 years
c) 26 years
d) 27 years

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) a 7) b 8) c 9) a 10) c
Pope Benedict XVI – answer with the best response to the questions

1) When was Pope Benedict XVI born?


a) April 15, 1927
b) April 16, 1927
c) April 16, 1926
d) April 15, 1928

2) What day was Pope Benedict XVI elected Pope?


a) April 17, 2005
b) April 18, 2005
c) April 19, 2005
d) April 20, 2005

3) What occupation was Pope Benedicts XVI father?


a) Farmer
b) Baker
c) Police officer
d) Lawyer

4) What number German Pope is Poe Benedict XVI?


a) Seventh German pope
b) Eight German pope
c) Ninth German pope
d) Tenth German pope

5) In 1953 Pope Benedict XVI obtained a doctorate in what?


a) Theology
b) Business
c) Journalism
d) Music

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) b 2) c 3) c 4) b 5) a
6) From 1946-51 Pope Benedict XVI studied at what university?
a) University of Moscow
b) University of Berlin
c) University of Prague
d) University of Munich

7) Where in Germany was Pope Benedict XVI born?


a) Berlin, Germany
b) Bavaria, Germany
c) Hamberg, Germany
d) Saarland, Germany

8) What year was Pope Benedict ordained as a priest?


a) 1949
b) 1950
c) 1951
d) 1952

9) In 1962 Pope Benedict became a consultor at the Vatican under this archbishop.
a) Archbishop of Cologne, Cardinal Edgar Sars
b) Archbishop of Hesse, Cardinal Joe Richards
c) Archbishop of Cologne, Cardinal Joseph Frings
d) Archbishop of Sayville, Cardinal Gunn Henner

10) On Nov 25, 1981 – this Pope nominated Pope Benedict XVI as prefect of the
congregation for the doctrine of the faith?
a) John Paul II
b) John Paul I
c) Leo VIII
d) Paul VI

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) d 7) b 8) c 9) c 10) a
Scripture – where in the Bible is the scripture verse from

1) “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me.”


a) Mark 15:34
b) Mark 14:30
c) Mark 10:40
d) Mark 5:21

2) “In these last days God spoke to us through a son.”


a) Hebrews 10:2
b) Hebrews 1:2
c) Hebrews 5:8
d) Hebrews 2:10

3) “Therefore, we must attend all the more to what we have heard.”


a) Hebrews 5:2
b) Hebrews 10:2
c) Hebrews 2:1
d) Hebrews 2:31

4) “He had to become like this brothers in every way.”


a) Hebrews 3:17
b) Hebrews 2:17
c) Hebrews 3:10
d) Hebrews 2:41

5) “Christ was faithful as a son placed over his house.”


a) Hebrews 2:10
b) Hebrews 3:6
c) Hebrews 1:2
d) Hebrews 2:45

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) a 2) b 3) c 4) b 5) b
6) “Oh, that today you would hear his voice.”
a) Psalm 90:2
b) Psalm 95:7
c) Psalm 88:5
d) Psalm 100:2

7) “We have become partners of Christ if only we hold firm until the end.”
a) Hebrews 2:10
b) Hebrews 3:30
c) Hebrews 3:14
d) Hebrews 2:35

8) “The word of God is living and effective, sharper than any two edged sword.”
a) Hebrews 1:20
b) Hebrews 3:10
c) Hebrews 2:10
d) Hebrews 4:12

9) “Let us advance to maturity.”


a) Hebrews 6:1
b) Hebrews 5:10
c) Hebrews 6:20
d) Hebrews 7:25

10) “We have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the son of
God.”
a) Hebrews 2:10
b) Hebrews 4:14
c) Hebrews 1:20
d) Hebrews 10:5

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) b 7) c 8) d 9) a 10) b
Scripture II – where in the Bible is the scripture verse from

1) “Be strongly encouraged to hold fast to the hope that lies before us.”
a) Hebrews 5:18
b) Hebrews 3:10
c) Hebrews 2:18
d) Hebrews 6:18

2) “You are a priest forever, according to the order of Melchizedek.”


a) Hebrews 2:10
b) Psalm 110:4
c) Psalm 5:8
d) John 2:10

3) “He remains a priest forever.”


a) Hebrews 7:3
b) Hebrews 11:2
c) Hebrews 2:1
d) Hebrews 2:31

4) “He is always able to see those who approach God through him.”
a) Hebrews 4:17
b) Hebrews 2:15
c) Hebrews 7:25
d) Hebrews 2:45

5) “Make them exactly according to the pattern I will now show you.”
a) Exodus 2:12
b) Exodus 4:8
c) Exodus 25:9
d) Exodus 3:10

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) d 2) b 3) a 4) c 5) c
6) “He is the mediator of a better covenant, enacted on better promises.”
a) Hebrews 8:6
b) Psalm 20:6
c) Hebrews 10:2
d) Hebrews 20:10

7) “On this day atonement is made by you, so you may be cleansed of all your sins.”
a) Leviticus 12:30
b) Leviticus 16:30
c) Leviticus 10:30
d) Leviticus 20:30

8) “Christ entered once for all into the sanctuary with his own blood, thus obtaining
external redemption.”
a) Hebrews 3:20
b) Hebrews 10:10
c) Hebrews 3:10
d) Hebrews 9:12

9) “This is the blood of the covenant which the Lord had made with you.”
a) Exodus 8:2
b) Exodus 24:8
c) Exodus 7:30
d) Exodus 5:25

10) “He is the mediator of a new covenant.”


a) Hebrews 5:10
b) Hebrews 9:15
c) Hebrews 10:20
d) Hebrews 15:3

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) a 7) b 8) c 9) b 10) b
Scripture III – where in the Bible is the scripture verse from

1) “By one offering he has made perfect forever those who are being consecrated.”
a) Hebrews 4:18
b) Hebrews 10:14
c) Hebrews 1:18
d) Hebrews 8:18

2) “Let us approach God with a sincere heart and in absolute trust.”


a) Hebrews 10:22
b) Hebrews 5:10
c) Hebrews 8:15
d) Hebrews 12:25

3) “You need endurance to do the will of God.”


a) Hebrews 7:3
b) Hebrews 11:2
c) Hebrews 10:36
d) Hebrews 2:31

4) “Faith is the realization of what is hoped for.”


a) Hebrews 4:17
b) Hebrews 11:1
c) Hebrews 2:25
d) Hebrews 6:45

5) “They desire a better homeland, a heavenly one.”


a) Hebrews 10:22
b) Hebrews 11:16
c) Hebrews 2:22
d) Hebrews 8:22

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) b 2) a 3) c 4) b 5) b
6) “He persevered as if seeing the one who is invisible.”
a) Hebrews 8:6
b) John 20:6
c) Hebrews 11:27
d) Hebrews 20:10

7) “Persevere, keeping your eyes fixed on Jesus, the leader and perfecter of faith.”
a) Hebrews 2:10
b) Hebrews 10:30-31
c) Hebrews 12:30-31
d) Hebrews 12:1-2

8) “Strive for that holiness without which no one will see the Lord.”
a) Hebrews 3:21
b) Hebrews 10:12
c) Hebrews 12:14
d) Hebrews 9:12

9) “Do not neglect to do good and share what you have.”


a) Hebrews 8:3
b) Hebrews 24:9
c) Hebrews 13:16
d) Hebrews 6:25

10) “May the God of peace carry out in you what is pleasing to him.”
a) Hebrews 13:20-21
b) Hebrews 19:15-16
c) Hebrews 9-10:20
d) Hebrews 15:2-3

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) c 7) d 8) c 9) c 10) a
Revelations – where in the New Testament is the scripture verse from

1) “Nevertheless I have this against you, that you left your first love.”
a) Revelation 2:4
b) Revelation 10:14
c) Revelation 1:18
d) Revelation 8:18

2) “He who has an ear, let him hear what the spirit says to the churches.”
a) Revelation 10:22
b) Revelation 3:6
c) Revelation 8:15
d) Revelation 12:25

3) “And have made us kinds and priests to out God; and we shall reign on the earth.”
a) Revelation 7:3
b) Revelation 11:2
c) Revelation 5:10
d) Revelation 2:31

4) “And I saw the seven angles who stand before God, and to them were given seven
trumpets”
a) Revelation 4:17
b) Revelation 11:1
c) Revelation 2:25
d) Revelation 8:2

5) “The second woe is past. Behold, the third woe is coming quickly.”
a) Revelation 10:22
b) Revelation 11:14
c) Revelation 2:22
d) Revelation 8:22

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) a 2) b 3) c 4) d 5) b
6) “If anyone has an ear, let him hear.”
a) Revelation 8:6
b) Revelation 13:9
c) Revelation 11:27
d) Revelation 20:10

7) “Again they said, ‘Alleluia! Her smoke rises up forever and ever!’”
a) Revelation 2:10
b) Revelation 19:3
c) Revelation 12:30
d) Revelation 12:1

8) “Now when the thousand years have expired, Satan will be released from his prison”
a) Revelation 3:21
b) Revelation 10:12
c) Revelation 12:14
d) Revelation 20:7

9) “And anyone not found written in the Book of Life was cast into the lake of fire.”
a) Revelation 8:3
b) Revelation 24:9
c) Revelation 20:15
d) Revelation 6:25

10) “The grace of our God Jesus Christ be with you all Amen.”
a) Revelation 13:20
b) Revelation 19:15
c) Revelation 22-21
d) Revelation 15:2

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) b 7) b 8) d 9) c 10) c
Revelations II – where in the New Testament is the scripture verse from

1) “I was in the spirit, on the Lord’s Day, and I heard behind me, a loud voice, as of a
trumpet.”
a) Revelation 1:10
b) Revelation 12:14
c) Revelation 2:18
d) Revelation 3:18

2) “Nevertheless I have this against you, that you have left your first love.”
a) Revelation 3:22
b) Revelation 2:4
c) Revelation 7:15
d) Revelation 10:25

3) “He who has an ear, let him hear what the spirit says to the churches.”
a) Revelation 8:3
b) Revelation 11:2
c) Revelation 3:6
d) Revelation 3:21

4) “Immediately I was in the spirit; and behold, a throne set in heaven, and one sat on
the throne.”
a) Revelation 4:21
b) Revelation 2:1
c) Revelation 4:2
d) Revelation 5:2

5) “And have made us Kinds and priests to our God; and we shall reign on the earth.”
a) Revelation 10:23
b) Revelation 5:10
c) Revelation 4:22
d) Revelation 7:21

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) a 2) b 3) c 4) c 5) b
6) “And a third of the living creates in the sea died, and a third of the ships were
destroyed.”
a) Revelation 8:9
b) Revelation 12:6
c) Revelation 12:21
d) Revelation 19:12

7) “When he opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living create saying,
‘Come and see’”
a) Revelation 1:10
b) Revelation 7:3
c) Revelation 5:7
d) Revelation 13:1

8) “And He was on His robe and on His thigh a name written: King of King and Lord of
Lords.”
a) Revelation 7:3
b) Revelation 12:12
c) Revelation 19:16
d) Revelation 21:8

9) “The sea gave up the dead who were in it, and death and Hades delivered up the dead
who were in them. And they were judged, each one according to his works.”
a) Revelation 9:2
b) Revelation 22:8
c) Revelation 20:13
d) Revelation 7:21

10) “So the seven angels who had the seven trumpets prepared themselves to sound.”
a) Revelation 12:10
b) Revelation 14:18
c) Revelation 22:18
d) Revelation 8:6

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) a 7) c 8) c 9) c 10) d
Proverbs – where in the New Testament is the scripture verse from

1) “Turn at my rebuke; surely I will pour out my spirit on you; I will make my words
known to you.”
a) Proverbs 1:23
b) Proverbs 11:14
c) Proverbs 3:17
d) Proverbs 4:12

2) “From those who leave the paths of uprightness to walk in the ways of darkness.”
a) Proverbs 4:22
b) Proverbs 2:13
c) Proverbs 8:16
d) Proverbs 12:25

3) “It will be health to your flesh, and strength to your bones.”


a) Proverbs 8:3
b) Proverbs 11:2
c) Proverbs 3:8
d) Proverbs 3:21

4) “So is he who goes in to his neighbor’s wife: whoever touches her shall not be
innocent.”
a) Proverbs 5:23
b) Proverbs 6:29
c) Proverbs 4:6
d) Proverbs 7:2

5) “To you, O men, I call, and my voice is to the sons of men.”


a) Proverbs 12:31
b) Proverbs 6:9
c) Proverbs 8:4
d) Proverbs 3:21

Answers to the questions on this page:


1) a 2) b 3) c 4) b 5) c
6) “Stolen water is sweet, and bread eaten in secret is pleasant.”
a) Proverbs 6:9
b) Proverbs 9:6
c) Proverbs 11:22
d) Proverbs 9:17

7) “The simple believes every word, but the prudent considers well his steps.”
a) Proverbs 1:10
b) Proverbs 7:3
c) Proverbs 5:7
d) Proverbs 14:15

8) “A quick tempered man acts foolishly, and a man of wicked intentions is hated.”
a) Proverbs 12:3
b) Proverbs 13:12
c) Proverbs 14:16
d) Proverbs 14:17

9) “He who covers a transgression seeks love, but he who repeats a matter separates
friends.”
a) Proverbs 15:2
b) Proverbs 14:8
c) Proverbs 16:13
d) Proverbs 17:9

10) “The spider skillfully grasps with its hands, and it is in Kinds ‘palaces.’”
a) Proverbs 26:10
b) Proverbs 14:19
c) Proverbs 24:19
d) Proverbs 30:28

Answers to the questions on this page:


6) d 7) d 8) d 9) d 10) d
About The Author

Kevin O’Neill was born in 1972. His love of writing started when he was
about 7 years old and wrote a music trivia book – written out long hand
on old scrap paper. The material for the book was obtained from some
old records found around the house. Since that time his works have
evolved into more technical writing – as his best selling book to date
is the C++ For Kids book which he sells off his website. Mr. O’Neill is
married and has a son and daughter – they reside in Canonsburg, PA.
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