Religion Quizzes

Remember those three topics never to bring up in conversation? Religion, politics and money. Well, two out of three isn't bad in this section. Sporcle offers a great selection of religion quizzes and games for everyone. If you are looking for Bible trivia, Jewish quizzes, or any other beliefs, there is religion quiz here for you. If you're feeling up for a challenge, see if you can determine the religion by the symbol or if you can name all of the Greek gods in a Greek quiz. Don't worry; even if you don't get a 100% on everything, you're still clear of the seven deadly sins.

Today's Featured Game

Birth of Jesus, Lk 2:1-7 (NIV)
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Name the words of Luke 2:1-7 (NIV 1984), about Jesus' birth.
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Are They In The Bible?

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The Three Magi
Good luck spelling these names.
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Chanukah Slide Show
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Happy Hanukkah
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Mythological Snakes and Serpents
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Pick the Mythological Snakes and Serpents from a description.
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Bible Books in Handel's Messiah
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Then, shall the eyes of the quizzers be opened.
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Popular Religious Figures on Wikipedia
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Name the most popular religious figures on Wikipedia.
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Classical Elements in the Bible
Earth Wind and Fire music not included.
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Big Bible Quiz: G
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Can you answer the Bible trivia questions? All the answers begin with 'G'.
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Religion by Country of Origin
Some countries have a wide variety of religious history.
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Brother, Disciple, Pope or God
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Can you find Joseph's brothers, Jesus' Disciples, the popes and the gods*?
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Greek/Roman Mythological Couples
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Match the members of these couples from Greek and Roman mythology.
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Bible Books by First 3 Letters
In the beginning...there was Sporcle!
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Sunni or Shia?
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Name the form of Islam, Sunni or Shia, from the belief or characteristic.
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Odd One Out: Predominant Religions
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Name the country that doesn't have the predominant religion mentioned.
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Countries with the Most Buddhists
Find yourself a peaceful place here.
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Catholic Mass Prayer Responses
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Pick the catholic mass prayer responses.
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Head-to-head in the Bible
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Can you correctly choose which one of the two words or names in each pair is mentioned more times in the Bible (KJV)?
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'Religious' Expressions (Missing Word)
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Can you fill in the missing word for these expressions that contain a religious word or are derived from a Biblical passage?
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Mixed Word: Angels
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Name the angels whose names have been scrambled?**.
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Bible Book by Palindrome
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Much better than Alaska's failed initiative: Bible Book by Palin Drone
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Missing Word - Saints
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Happy All Saints' Day
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The Real New Testament
In its defense, the fake new testament probably has a lot of great one-liners.
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Bible Books by Word Cloud
Would it be more appropriate if these words were in a more burning bush shape?
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John Paul II Countries
Pope John Paul II visited 40 countries more than one time. How many can you get?
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Books of the Old Testament (Roman Catholic)
It seems like there are some extra books in here...
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Pauline Epistles
Pauline is a really odd name for an epistle, isn't it?
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Progressively Harder Religions by Symbol
Be sure not to miss the symbolism.
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Books of the Bible by Letter Count
We just assumed the book of Numbers took care of all this for you.
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Religious Figures' First Names
It helps when they're wearing name-tags.
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Odd One Out: Deities
Is this going to make things awkward on Mount Olympus?
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Bible Books by Last Word
Who has the last word in the Bible, it's now always who you think.
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Religion Editor: NJSB

Recent popular comments in Religion

  1. Religion by Country of Origin
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    dlauthor -- I got Israel, but it was because I had already used Egypt for Atenism. If you don't know what Atenism is, I can see you coming to Judaism, and saying, "well, I don't know exactly when in the Bible you would say "Judaism" began, but Moses coming down from the Mountain and giving the law seems like a good place. That happened in the Sinai peninsula, which is in Egypt." If there had been a second "Egypt" button I probably would have used it.
  2. Religion by Country of Origin
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    The full results page would be more useful if it listed by religion rather than country, since there are so many repeats. I wonder if more people know that Scientology or Mormonism started in the US.
  3. Religion by Country of Origin
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    @Cecispanda - what we know as Judaism today, though, is not the same as the ancient Israelite religion. Judaism descends from the Rabbinic movement as it developed in the "Second Temple" period and into the same time Christianity was coming about. The Pharisaic (Rabbinic) tradition had centered the religion on study and observance of Torah, so it was able to survive the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem (as was Christianity). There's certainly continuity, but scholars don't refer to the ancient Israelite religion (as recorded in the historical books of the Tanakh) as "Judaism." So Judaism definitely developed in modern-day Israel. (Please forgive me if I've worded anything inaccurately - I'm not a scholar of Judaism, or even a biblical scholar; I just had classes on it during my MA studies in theology.)
  4. The Three Magi
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    Am I the only one who knew these from playing Chrono Trigger?
  5. The Three Magi
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    Looks like the answer is no.
  6. Classical Elements in the Bible
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    I lost points typing EARTH, instead of the initial E. Maaaaaaaan
  7. The Three Magi
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    There are a lot of alternate spellings for the Magi responsible for gold and myrrh.
  8. Popular Religious Figures on Wikipedia
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    The source seems to have odd criteria for who is a "religious figure." I was wondering why the quiz didn't give Buddha, Zoroaster, Joan of Arc, or Gandhi (who are classified as philosopher, writer, military personnel, social activist).
  9. Religion by Country of Origin
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    India.....India......India.....India......
  10. Religion by Country of Origin
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    @eyeslikedaisies: Thanks for switching them, to tell you the truth I forgot about this quiz and I had considered to switch them before but I thought it would mess with the results seeing as there was a couple thousand plays.