Verse Quizzes

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All Things Bright And Beautiful
Editor Pick
Name the lyrics of All Things Bright And Beautiful.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Song Lyrics Match-Up

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Clickable Poetry Terminology
Step one to writing a poem: Get a really fancy pen.
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In Plain English: A Midsummer Night's Dream
If there's one thing Shakespeare and The Real World taught us, never trust anyone named 'Puck'.
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US Patriotic Songs
Sing with gusto, now! (That is, if you know the words.)
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Clickable Pulp Fiction: Ezekiel 25:17
Just one question: What does Marcellus Wallace look like?
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Song Lyrics Match-Up III
Song lyrics might be the most bizarre things on the planet.
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Shakespeare in Plain English II
If we read Shakespeare like this in high school, then maybe we'd actually understand his jokes.
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Jesus Quoting Scripture
Editor Pick
Name the books of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) that Jesus quotes in the four Gospels.
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A Famous Bible Chat (John 3: Map)
Editor Pick
Can you fill in the words exchanged between Nicodemus and Jesus in John 3:1-16 (KJV Bible)?*
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Song Lyrics Match-Up II
Singing is highly encouraged, but not required.
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1 Corinthians 13 (Love Is...)
Love is a lot of great things, but we think "someone to play Sporcle with" should be pretty high on the list.
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Bible Book by 3:16
Editor Pick
Name the books of the Bible by the sixteenth verse of their third chapters.
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O Holy Night Full Hymn
Editor Pick
One of the most beautiful carols of all time.
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Birth of Jesus, Lk 2:1-7 (NIV)
Editor Pick
Name the words of Luke 2:1-7 (NIV 1984), about Jesus' birth.
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Could You be a Wise Man?
Editor Pick
It's never too early to start thinking about Christmas shopping.
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Which Is Longer?: Bible Books
Editor Pick
Can you pick which bible book, out of two choices, has more verses?
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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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Famous Bible Verses (KJV)
These verses might have been used in a sermon once or twice.
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In Plain English: The Merchant of Venice
Editor Pick
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
Curator Pick
Hope everyone had a great Christmas!
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In Plain English: Twelfth Night
Editor Pick
Very Christmas-y indeed!
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Hamlet In Plain English
To click or not to click...
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