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Are You Christian Enough To Pass This Quiz?

Were you paying attention in Sunday school? Do you celebrate all the Christian holidays and know the origin of them all? Find out how much you know about Christianity with this quiz that’ll separate the casual worshipper from those that really know their stuff.

But beware! These questions aren’t all as easy as they seem… Let’s see how you do!

Who led the Israelites out of Egypt?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Lazarus”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Moses”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”Jonah”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” God told Moses to lead the Israelite slaves out of Egypt when he encountered Him in Sinai in the form of a burning bush. After a series of plagues, the Pharoah finally agreed to set the people free. Before they could leave, an army was sent to ambush them, but Moses raised his hands and the seas parted, allowing them to escape. “,”answerImage”:””}

What was the name of the angel who appeared to Mary?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Michael”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Azrael”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Gabriel”,”correct”:true}],”answerText”:” The archangel Gabriel appeared to Mary to announce that she would bear the son of God. Known as the Annunciation, Gabriel told Mary that she was to name her son Jesus. At first, Mary was afraid, but Gabriel assured her that she had been favored by God. Many Christians celebrate this event with the Feast of the Annunciation on March 25. “,”answerImage”:””}

On which day was man created?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”The third day”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”The first day”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”The sixth day”,”correct”:true}],”answerText”:” God created man on the sixth day, his last creation before he rested on the seventh day. On the fifth day, God created all the living creatures of the sea and the birds. Then on the sixth day, he created all the land animals and man. God blessed them, and said, “Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it; have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over every living thing that moves on the earth.” “,”answerImage”:””}

What was the source of Samson’s strength?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”His hair”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”His shield”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”His sword”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” Samson was known for his incredible feats of strength. He was a warrior who derived his power from his uncut hair. He was betrayed by Delilah, who tricked him into revealing the secret of his strength. He died after pushing over the pillars of the temple of the Philistine god Dagon, taking thousands of Philistines with him.  “,”answerImage”:””}

Where did Jesus, Mary, and Joseph live?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Bethlehem”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Nazareth”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”Jerusalem”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” Mary and Joseph lived in Nazareth but journeyed to Bethlehem for the birth of Jesus in order to have Him counted in a census. Later, Joseph was visited by an angel who told them to flee to Egypt to protect the infant Jesus from King Herod. The family would once again return to Nazareth when it was safe to do so.  “,”answerImage”:””}

Finish the prayer, “Lead us not into temptation, but…”

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”\”…come forth and receive eternal life.\””,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”\”…deliver us from evil.\””,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”\”…your kingdom come.\””,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” “Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil” are words from The Lord’s Prayer, also known as the Our Father, which is commonly recited in church services. According to the New Testament, Jesus taught His followers the prayer. Two slightly different versions of the prayer are written in the gospels of Matthew and Luke. “,”answerImage”:””}

Which of these men was NOT one of Jesus’ apostles?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Philip”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Simon”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Ben”,”correct”:true}],”answerText”:” Jesus had twelve apostles, also known as “disciples”: Simon (who is called “Peter”), Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, James, Thaddaeus, Simon (the Canaanite), and Judas Iscariot. The apostles were Jesus’ 12 closest followers and became the primary teachers of the gospel after His ascension – except for Judas, who betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver.  “,”answerImage”:””}

Finish the lyric, “Amazing grace, how sweet the sound…”

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”“…that rang so sweet for me.””,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”“…that saved a heathen like me.””,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”“…that saved a wretch like me.””,”correct”:true}],”answerText”:” ‘Amazing Grace’ is a popular Christian hymn written by the English poet and Anglican clergyman John Newton in 1772. While the original lyric is indeed \”that saved a wretch like me!\”, it has been rewritten as \”that saved and strengthened me\”, \”that saved a soul like me\”, or \”that saved and set me free\” to downplay the connotation of self-loathing. “,”answerImage”:””}

After His resurrection, how many days did Jesus stay on Earth?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”1″,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”40″,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”100″,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” After His resurrection and before His eventual ascension into heaven, Jesus spent 40 days on Earth. He was said to have visited His disciples to prove beyond any doubt that He was the Messiah and had risen again by the power of God. The number 40 appears 146 times in the Bible and was also the number of days Jesus spent in the wilderness being tempted by the devil. “,”answerImage”:””}

Who did Jesus bring back from the dead?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Mary”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Lazarus”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”Judas”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” According to the Gospel of John, Jesus raized Lazarus of Bethany from the dead four days after his entombment. He attended the burial site after receiving a message that his friend was ill, saying, \”This sickness will not end in death. No, it is for God’s glory so that God’s Son may be glorified through it.\”   “,”answerImage”:””}

What is celebrated on Palm Sunday?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Jesus’ arrival into Jerusalem”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”Jesus’ ascension”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Jesus’ resurrection”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” Palm Sunday commemorates the day Jesus entered the city of Jerusalem on the back of a donkey. Its name comes from the palm branches the crowd scattered for Him as He entered. Today, Palm Sunday marks the first day of Holy Week and is celebrated on the Sunday before Easter. Churches traditionally distribute palm branches amongst their congregation during Palm Sunday services.  “,”answerImage”:””}

Who did Jesus call down from a sycamore tree?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Judas”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Zacchaeus”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”Thomas”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” Zacchaeus climbed a tree so he could see Jesus above the crowd when He passed through Jericho on His way to Jerusalem. Jesus called him down from the tree and said He intended to visit his house, which shocked the crowd as they considered a tax collector for the Roman Empire to be a traitor and a sinner. “,”answerImage”:””}

Shrove Tuesday is celebrated…

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”…the day before the first day of Lent.”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”…on the first day of Lent.”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”…the day after Lent.”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” Shrove Tuesday occurs the day before Ash Wednesday, which is the first day of Lent. Christians typically enjoy pancakes or celebrate with a carnival on this day before fasting or giving up something for 40 days. The expression \”Shrove Tuesday\” comes from the word “shrive,” meaning \”absolve\”, as it’s traditional to confess one’s sins and contemplate what they need God’s help with. “,”answerImage”:””}

Who was swallowed by a giant fish?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Moses”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Noah”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Jonah”,”correct”:true}],”answerText”:” Jonah was caught in a terrible storm after attempting to flee a command from God. He admits to his fellow sailors that he is to blame for the storm, so they eventually throw him overboard. Cast adrift, Jonah is eventually saved by a giant fish. In its belly, he prays to God for help, leading to the fish spitting him out.  “,”answerImage”:””}

Christianity is…

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”…the largest religion in the world.”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”…the second-largest religion in the world.”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”…the third-largest religion in the world.”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” As of 2019, Christianity is the largest religion in the world with 2.4 billion worshippers. Second is Islam with 1.8 billion people and third is Hinduism with 1.2 billion. The Catholic Church is the biggest branch of Christianity with 1.3 billion worshippers, making up just over 50% of Christians around the world. “,”answerImage”:””}

Which of the following Apostles was the only one who did not know Jesus during his ministry and before his Crucifixion?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Matthew”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Peter”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Paul”,”correct”:true}],”answerText”:” \”Paul’s conversion occurred after Jesus’s crucifixion. The accounts of Paul’s conversion are described as revelatory in nature “,”answerImage”:””}

What is the process by which the bread and wine become the body and blood of Jesus Christ?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Transubstantiation”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”Communion”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Incarnation”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” This change is brought about in the eucharistic prayer through the efficacy of the word of Christ and by the action of the Holy Spirit. “,”answerImage”:””}

Which event is referred to as the Parousia?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”The Second Coming”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”The Last Supper”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”The Annunciation”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” From the Ptolemaic period to the second century of the common era \”parousia\” was used in the East as a technical expression to denote the arrival or visit of a king or emperor. The word is used 24 times in the New Testament.  “,”answerImage”:””}

What son did Eve say God gave her to replace Abel?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Moses”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”Seth”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Enosh”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:”  The name Seth means “compensation”, and he was the replacement for Abel who was murdered. Eventually, Jesus Christ was one of his descendants. “,”answerImage”:””}

 Gideon asked God for what sign to show that he would save Israel?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Fire consuming wet fleece”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”A wet, then dry fleece of\nwool”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”A rod turning fleece wet”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” Then Gideon said to God, “Please don’t be angry with me, but let me make one more request. Let me use the fleece for one more test. This time let the fleece remain dry while the ground around it is wet with dew.”  So that night God did as Gideon asked. “,”answerImage”:””}

What did Moses throw to the ground that became a serpent?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”A stone tablet”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”A necklace made of beads”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”A staff”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” Moses and Aaron appear before the pharaoh. Aaron’s rod turns into a serpent. However, the pharaoh’s sorcerers are also able to change their own rods into serpents, but Aaron’s swallows them.  It is used several times on God’s command to initiate the plagues of Egypt. “,”answerImage”:””}

How many loaves of bread did Jesus feed four-thousand people with?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Five”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Six”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Seven”,”correct”:true}],”answerText”:” The \”Feeding of the 4,000\” (with seven loaves of bread and fish) was a miracle reported by Matthew and Mark, but not Luke or John. This can be confused with the \”Feeding of the 5,000\” version where it was a miracle of the five loaves and two fish.


”The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want” is found in what book?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Psalms”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”Proverbs”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Luke”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” A very famous verse that continues with… \”He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.\” “,”answerImage”:””}

Jesus said, ”it’s easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for…”

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”A king to control his\ntemptations.”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”  A\nrich man to enter in the kingdom of God.”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”A fool to accumulate\nwealth.”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” When the disciples heard this, they were greatly astonished and asked, “Who then can be saved?” Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” Matthew 19:23–26 “,”answerImage”:””}

What king reluctantly commanded Daniel be cast into the den of lions?

{“answers”:[{“answer”:”Darius”,”correct”:true},{“answer”:”Solomon”,”correct”:false},{“answer”:”Nebuchadnezzar”,”correct”:false}],”answerText”:” Daniel’s jealous rivals trick Darius into issuing a decree that for thirty days no prayers should be addressed to any god or man but Darius himself; any who break this are to be thrown to the lions. Daniel continues to pray daily to the God of Israel, and the king, although deeply distressed, must condemn Daniel to death “,”answerImage”:””}


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