Religion Quizzes

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Same-Name Catholic Saints
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Name the Catholic saints who share the same name.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Egyptian Gods: Real or Fake?

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Buddhist Countries of Asia (Picture Click)
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Pick the Countries of Asia where a majority (i.e. >50%) of the population are Buddhists.
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Word Ladder: Reformation
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Name the 6-letter words in this themed ladder to reveal the name of a protestant reformer.
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Find the Religious Figure's Birthplace
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Click the present-day country where each famous religious figure was born.
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Click the Beasts of Greek Mythology
All you have to do is identify them, no obscure spellings required!
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4-Letter Bible Book Match-Up
These four-letter words are totally fine to say in church.
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Mixed Religious Symbols (Picture Click)
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Pick the symbols when given the names of the two religions whose symbols have been mixed together in the following representations.
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Quick Pick: Psalm 34:8a (KJV)
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Can you put the words of Psalm 34:8a (KJV) in the right order?
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Items Used in a Roman Catholic Mass (Picture Click)
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Pick the items, vessels, and vestments used in a Roman Catholic Mass.
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Labours of Hercules (Picture Click)
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Pick the correct labours from the coins.
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Quick Pick: Bible Quiz IX (C part 1)
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Pick the correct answer to these Bible trivia questions and clues.
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Bible Anagrams
The Lord created anagrams on the sconed day.
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Religion Facts
Anybody Noah guy who can help us build an ark?
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Muslim Countries of Asia (Picture Click)
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Pick the Countries of Asia where at least 50% of the population are Muslims.
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Alive for Five? (Religion Edition)
This is your chance to practice your knowledge of how many people practice religion.
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Religious Puns
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Complete the religious puns.
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Odd One Out: Predominant Religions
It's time to put on your geographical religion thinking cap.
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Confucius or Buddha?
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Can you choose whether each quote was said by (C)onfucius or by the (B)uddha?
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Religious Mugs [Images]
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Name the religions referenced on these mugs.
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Bible Sorting Gallery
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Pick the answers that fit into each category.
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Bible Book Isograms
These books feel no need to repeat themselves.
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Muse or Ruse?
It's either a muse, or a ruse. You choose.
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Find the Seder Plate
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Can you find the items on the seder plate?
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Least Religious US Cities
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Name the US metropolitan areas with the highest percent population of unaffiliated residents.
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Book of the Bible or Sura of the Quran?
The Quran contains references to many people and events also found in the Bible, but unfortunately neither book contains unicorns.
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Which Is Longer?: Bible Books
The Bible has over 31K verses, which makes an average of 26 verses per book.
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Find the Roman Gods
Finding a Roman god would actually be pretty intimidating.
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Most Common Words in the Quran
Follow up this quiz with 'Most Common Words in the Bible' and see how they compare.
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Bible Start-End Letter Trios
As with any Bible quiz, we wish you luck with spelling.
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SPORCLE in the Bible
Sporcle's in the second book, right?
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Gods in Art
You can use anything as the subject of your art, so why not make art of gods?
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Religion Editor: NJSB

Recent Popular Comments

  1. Click the Beasts of Greek Mythology
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    @stich: Medusa was a specific Gorgon, one of three sisters.
  2. Click the Beasts of Greek Mythology
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    Sirens were actually more birdlike than mermaidlike! (Though I know that makes it confusing with harpies and sphinx.) Nice quiz!!
  3. Click the Beasts of Greek Mythology
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    @MasterKGlas: lol I think you mean tweaking
  4. Click the Beasts of Greek Mythology
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    Sirens lived on land and looked like vultures with human heads. There were fishtailed creatures but they were called Tritons. Otherwise, good quiz.
  5. Mythological Gods (A-Z)
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    @teedslaststand well there are lots of spellings of Freyja - I went for Freya initially.
  6. Mythological Gods (A-Z)
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    @LisaSimpsonOH: Yes, the Norse gods are the same as the Germanic gods, with variation in naming and associated mythology. Of course it's not exactly parallel to Greek-Roman, but I do think it's the same idea. The Norse gods in particular have numerous alternate spellings, only a handful of which have been addressed here so far. Off the top of my head I would add Baldur, Idun and Wayland, which to my mind are more common spellings than the ones you use (and all of which are valid as alternate spellings in nton's quiz). I think the concept here is problematic. If you make a quiz of the form name-any-one-from-[category] and the category is not a clearly defined one, you're going to have problems, and we're seeing them pop up here in the comments. As @PrincessMartell notes, even the Olympians are not clearly defined, with different sources choosing different sets of 12. For the Norse and Egyptian gods, "includes all the ones listed in that other Sporcle quiz" is a clear standard, I suppose, but it's a rather arbitrary one. A player might reasonably wonder why Eostre and Weiland count but Eir and Vidar don't. If the only answer is "because ntnon didn't choose to include them in his/her quiz", that's not a very satisfying explanation. Similarly, I think some players may feel a little gypped when Woden/Wotan doesn't count and the explanation is "the quiz says Norse gods, not German". Also, if Dionysus warrants a bonus answer, it seems Bacchus should show by the same logic.
  7. Mythological Gods (A-Z)
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    @Chezza Done! Thanks. Please let me know know if you, or anyone else, spot other alternative spellings that would be helpful.
  8. Mythological Gods (A-Z)
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    Maybe consider the different spellings of Freyja? Otherwise, great idea for a quiz! That's where I realize that even though I know my Roman and Greek gods, I can only name very few Norse and Egyptian ones.
  9. Mythological Gods (A-Z)
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    @PrincessMartell Thanks. I have Hades and Dionysus as a bonus answers already for this reason - I could make them full answers although I worry it might open a Pandora's Box since there are others that fall into this category. However, I don't have their Roman counterparts because, as far as I can tell, at that time these gods were never included in the Dii Consentes. Please let me know if I'm mistaken.
  10. Click the Beasts of Greek Mythology
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    mermaids also appear in greek mythology. Thessolonike was reported to have been turned into a mermaid. Likely mermaids were created from the myths of sirens and thus are very similar.