Verse Quizzes

It may be about time to read up on those Bible verses, otherwise you may struggle in Sporcle's Bible verse games. With a number of Sporcle Bible verse games available to choose from, including our 23rd Psalm quiz, there is a great online quiz for everyone. But at Sporcle there are also other verses games available, including our popular Christmas Carol game or the Poem by lines quiz. No matter if you're looking for a Bible verse game or verses games of another type, the opportunities are endless. Now put your memory to the test, and see how you fare against these challenging and fun verses quizzes and games.

Today's Featured Game

Which Is Longer?: Bible Books
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Can you pick which bible book, out of two choices, has more verses?
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From the Sporcle Archives:
In Plain English: Romeo and Juliet

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Song Lyrics Match-Up
We miss the old days when music was just some guy in tights wandering around with a lyre.
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Queen's Famous First Verses
Whenever we sing these alone we *always* hit all the right notes.
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Clickable Poetry Terminology
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Pick the terms that match the given definitions.
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Famous Bible Verses (KJV)
These verses might have been used in a sermon once or twice.
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Shakespeare in Plain English II
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The course of true Sporcling never did run smooth.
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In Plain English: The Merchant of Venice
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Pick the 'plain English' version of each of these quotes from Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice.
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Missing Word: Luke 2
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Hope everyone had a great Christmas!
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In Plain English: Twelfth Night
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Very Christmas-y indeed!
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Hamlet In Plain English
To click or not to click...
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In Plain English: Romeo and Juliet
Spoiler alert: Everybody dies.
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In Plain English: King Lear
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This quiz makes 'King Lear' sound awfully like one of those CW teen dramas.
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In Plain English: Othello
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Oh, hello. Can you tell-o me the answers?
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Bible Translator
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Pick the synonyms* of the uppercase words in these Bible verses, which have largely fallen out of use or differ from their modern definitions.
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Modern Countries in the Quran
These Quran and these countries go way back.
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Religious Names
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These religions have more in common than you might think.
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That's NOT the Song Title
If you have any friends who are music snobs you should probably play this quiz before you talk to them.
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Bible Matchmaker
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The Original Christian Mingle
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In Plain English: A Midsummer Night's Dream
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Thankfully, Shakespeare wasn't accustomed to "plain English".
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'Jerusalem' Lyrics
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So THAT'S where the title Chariots of Fire came from!
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In Plain English: Two Gentlemen of Verona
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Crab the dog still barks in the same dialect, so sadly he didn't make this quiz.
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Name the people mentioned in the Gospel of Mark
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The holiest of name droppers.
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Which Chapter? - Romans
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For all you Romans lovers
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