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Bible Quotes Quiz

Fill the blanks in these quotes from the Bible.
  • Quotes in bold are New International Version. All other quotes are from the King James version.
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Nov 21, 2014
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Verse
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Genesis 1:3
And God said, Let there be light
Luke 23:34
Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do
1 Corinthians 15:55
O death, where is thy sting?
Matthew 12:25
Every city or house divided against itself shall not stand
Matthew 5:38
An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth
John 8:7
He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her
Psalms 23:1
The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want
Matthew 4:4
Man shall not live by bread alone
John 11:35
Jesus wept
Ecclesiastes 3:1
To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven
Luke 12:19
eat, drink, and be merry
2 Samuel 1:19
how are the mighty fallen!
Matthew 5:39
If someone strikes you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also
Proverbs 13:24
He who spares the rod hates his son
1 Corinthians 13:4
Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud
Galatians 6:7
A man reaps what he sows
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(38)
Come on! Bring on the harder quotes!
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Jan 19, 2013
(70)
Really, if an atheist like me can score 100% then this has got to be one easy quiz!
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Jan 19, 2013
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Haha! I thought the same thing.... Good quiz though.
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Oct 23, 2013
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I've found that many Atheists are more learned about the Bible than "devout" Christians. That's my experience and may not be typical. But I certainly know more about the Bible than many of my "devout" Christian friends. And I'm Atheist too. :D
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Jul 25, 2014
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If I was an Atheist (strange how you like to capitalize it) I certainly wouldn't spend any of my precious time (remember, no afterlife) on religious affairs. It is queer how zealous Atheists are in their manner of proselytizing. As evangelical as the Believers, moreso even.
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Aug 25, 2014
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I've noticed that as well Beetboy. The religious are told to spread the word of God and to preach to others for their salvation. Atheists believe no God exists, so what is the purpose of them spreading their word? I always know who the atheists are on these forums because they are always the first to proclaim so. These days it's almost trendy to be atheist.
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Dec 5, 2014
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Believe it or not, some people don't read the Bible (or other religious texts) simply for religious reasons. Many of us like to learn. I've read the Bible, the Koran, and other religious texts as well because I wanted to learn. I was raised Lutheran and felt nothing for that religion, so I set out to learn about other religions and see if I felt anything for them. And, from my readings, I learned, but felt nothing. I agree that many Atheists (I capitalize it for the same reason I capitalize all other religious beliefs) are overly zealous (just as many religious folks are). I try not to be. Live and let live, right? And I apologize if it sounded like I was "preaching." That was not my intention.
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Dec 19, 2014
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It is frequently demonstrated that atheists know more about religion than the religious do.
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Jan 19, 2015
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Is that all you do? Go around playing Christian quizzes to gain knowledge enough to trash Christians? That's low if you ask me...
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Jan 19, 2015
(69)
Are you talking to Mr. Coconuts? If he got 100% on the quiz wouldn't that mean he already had knowledge about religion before playing the quiz? and how was he trashing anybody he just said the quiz was easy.

Or are you talking to me? I also wasn't trashing anyone, just stating a commonly reported fact. People are sometimes surprised to find out that atheists actually know a lot about the religions they don't believe in, but they shouldn't be surprised.
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Jan 19, 2015
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And I've noticed that Christians like to be offended by atheists for just mentioning they are atheist.
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Jan 20, 2015
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providence no we know this crap cause it was shoved down our throats most often when we were children. Also i have actually read teh bible all the way through. Unlike most christians who ignore what most of it says.. as evident by what goes on in the US .. And in other places where the bible can be replaced with a different text .. :)
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Jan 21, 2015
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Yeah, unfortunately Athiests tend to know more than most Christians these days. It's quite sad that they waste how many hours of their life going to church for nothing.
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Jan 25, 2015
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That's just what I don't understand. Why do you atheists go to church to learn about Jesus... when it all is basically for fighting Christians and trying to use their own Bible and teaching against them? That's the only reason why atheists know so much more about the Bible than Christians. Because they use it as ammunition against Christians. Now listen, I have nothing against the PEOPLE, I have a lot of thing against what you guys DO. A person is a human being that shouldn't be treated any different because of their beliefs. I get that, but you guys are practicing something that I think is just terrible.
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Aug 14, 2015
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On the other hand, If Christians were to read the whole of the bible, maybe they would become atheists like I did.
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Dec 8, 2016
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Jesus Freak, you really think atheists go to Church to get ammunition to belittle people? That's absurd. I went to Church for the first 16 or so years of life because I was raised to be Christian. The handful of times I've gone since then have been to enjoy or observe the rituals of various religious traditions. I was never seeking to get ammunition. I know a lot about religion because I actually took my beliefs seriously and I wanted to understand the reasons for them. There are a lot of atheists like me out there. If you actually carefully study the Bible and Christian history, it becomes virtually impossible to remain a believer. It's all just so obviously made up. I know how hard it is to let go, trust me, I was there, but after a while the pieces start falling into place. And the more you know about it, the easier it is to see. A lot of atheists were like me: believers at one point in their lives who simply learned too much about their own beliefs.
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Apr 19, 2017
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When I was younger I loved studying mythology. As a teen I seriously considered becoming a monk. I have a hard time understanding Christians who claim to believe that the Bible is a book written by the Creator of the Universe, and yet they've never read it, or sought to understand it. If you really believe, don't you think that's important? I also used to subscribe to Ken Ham's newsletter. I would get pamphlets on Christian apologetics and how to argue against atheists. So I know all their arguments very well. and I know how hollow and weak they are because I've been on both sides of the argument. It was through a desire to witness to non-Christians that I learned so much about Christianity, not the other way around. I just had to recognize after a point that I was wrong. I had to see that my arguments were not as strong.
But after that point I remained fascinated by religion and since learned a lot about Islam, etc.
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Apr 19, 2017
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Finally, even atheists who were not raised religious often end up knowing a lot because they have people constantly trying to convert them and tell them that they are wrong. But most atheists are not going to believe in something just because it feels good or they like the music or the artwork or whatever- they want reasons. So they go and look up this stuff and read about it. And they find out that the arguments being made to them are baloney. And so when the next person comes along and says they same thing, the atheist is already ready to refute it.

How can you fault an atheist for making arguments against a religion if their arguments come from the source documents of that religion? If people are really going to base their entire lives around a book... is it not a legitimate exercise to read that book and understand what it says?
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Apr 19, 2017
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Actually, kalbahamut, providence was talking to YOU. Shocking, I know, given that you have many, many comments on every Christian quiz on this website.
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Apr 19, 2017
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Christians and atheists agree more than they disagree. They both reject many thousands of gods worshipped around this planet. Atheists just believe in one less god. (to be read in an oversimplified, sarcastic tone)
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Apr 19, 2017
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I am impressed with anyone who can read the Bible through one time and understand everything in it. I've been studying it a lifetime and still don't understand everything in it - especially the Old Testament - but I know it's full of many truths that make my life better, it teaches me how I should treat my fellow man, and it is comforting in troubled times. I don't always live up to its teachings, unfortunately, but I try. It shouldn't be used as a pamphlet of propaganda by believers or nonbelievers, but that seems to be the case too many times. I do wonder why so many atheists on this site never pass up an opportunity to tell us Christians how much smarter they are because they don't believe. If you are an atheist that is your choice and I don't berate you for it. I only ask that you extend the same courtesy to me. I do not think it has been proven that atheists know more about the Bible than Christians. What does that even mean? Does your rejection prove you have superior knowledge?
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Apr 19, 2017
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Most of the comments attacking the atheists seem really ignorant about what atheism is and what atheists do. The notion that it is common for atheists to go to church just to get "ammunition" to use against Christians is absurd. Just because a small fringe minority acts a certain way, that doesn't make it okay to assign that trait a whole group (ditto for people who hold up the Westboro Baptist Church as an example of "Christianity"). I believe kalbahamut's statement that atheists frequently know more about religions *in general* (i.e., they have a solid working knowledge of the various major religions) has been proven correct by a number of studies. That is not to say they know more about Christianity than Christians, but it does suggest they often know more about Buddhism, Islam, Judaism, etc. than the average Christian. Either way, it doesn't mean they're all out trying to make you look foolish. Many of them are just intellectually curious.
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Apr 19, 2017
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ander, when I say atheists know more about religion, I am referencing a few different polls conducted, mostly in the United States and some other similar countries, where questions testing religious literacy were posed to different random people and they were assigned scores. The most well known of these is probably the religious knowledge survey conducted by Pew in the US in 2010. Atheists and Agnostics beat out every other group, though Jews and Mormons were not too far behind. Mormons actually scored better than atheists when it came to the Bible, but atheists were much more knowledgeable about world religions, giving them a higher total score.

I never said I was smarter. I *did* learn more about the Bible and Christianity as I got older. And while that did help make me an atheist, it didn't make me smarter. I maintain that a good understanding of religion makes it near impossible to remain religious. I didn't say it makes you stupid. You could call it "faithful."
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Apr 19, 2017
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@coro I was going to comment just the reverse. I respectfully disagree with the idea, "Atheists tend to know more than Christians do on religious matters etc. etc." In fact, if so-called atheists knew what devout Catholics know, they wouldn't be atheists. The fullness of Truth subsists in the Catholic Faith, therefore, if an atheist truly "knew more" about the faith, truth, doctrine, history of Christianity he would become a Roman Catholic. Reading from Sacred Scriptures is definitely beneficial, but one must have a proper understanding of interpretation, intent of the inspired authors, and history and circumstance of the time it was written. The Church alone can interpret Sacred Scriptures infallibly, because to Her alone did Christ give this Authority. If everyone were permitted to interpret the Bible willy-nilly according to his or her own preference, there would be major dissent hence the Protestant revolt and Martin Luther's nonsense.
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Apr 24, 2017
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Thor, interesting remarks coming from the Norse god of thunder. But... anyway... your name almost makes the point I'm about to make for me. If you were born in India and raised Hindu you would feel exactly the same way about Hinduism. If you were born in Egypt and raised Muslim, you would feel exactly the same way about Islam. If you were born in the 9th century in Norway, you'd probably feel exactly the same way about Thor. Reality, on the other hand, is not dependent on where you were born or what you were raised to believe.
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Apr 25, 2017
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@TH0R - ummm......Hey, uh.. Luther, he um. He was part of the Catholic Church--up until they excommunicated him--so wouldn't he technically have had authority from God to interpret the scriptures? That's just me asking a legit question.....
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May 4, 2017
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@FiddleyDiddleyDoo - You are correct. He was part of the Catholic Church, and not just a member. He was a Catholic Priest for quite a while. And even after the Reformation started, and the Pope and whoever else kicked him of the Priest Squad, he still claimed to be Catholic, and part of the Catholic Church. He was, then, ofcourse, excommunicated, but far into the Reformation. For a large majority of the Reformation, he was totally a big part of the Catholic Church.
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Jun 24, 2017
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I pulled that Matthew 19:6 answer out of my "asunder".
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Jan 19, 2013
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Nice!
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Jan 21, 2013
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wow i did horrible on that
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Jan 25, 2013
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Ah yes, the bible advocates "an eye for an eye" and to "eat, drink and be merry." See what happens when we ignore context?
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May 22, 2013
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My thoughts exactly!!
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Feb 23, 2014
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If u r an atheist y would u take this quiz
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May 20, 2014
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The same reason an American would take a quiz on British history. Or a Spaniard would take a quiz on Russian history. And on and on and on, ad infinitum.
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Jul 25, 2014
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or why a Libertarian might read through the Patriot Act. Or Joseph McCarthy might read the Communist Manifesto.
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Jan 19, 2015
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Because regardless of our religious beliefs, many of us are products of a decidely Christian culture. Just because we don't believe the Bible is the word of God, doesn't mean it hasn't influenced us greatly and isn't a significant work, worthy to know about.
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Jan 20, 2015
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I imagine it is to learn, like most people who take these quizzes
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Feb 1, 2015
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For funsies.
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Jun 3, 2015
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See how influential the Bible is? So many of these are now modern sayings!
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May 27, 2014
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I totally agree!!!!
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Jan 19, 2015
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I feel sorry for you who deny God and His teachings, because when He calls you, and you stand at the gates of Heaven, but are denied entrance, you will beg to be let in, but it will be too late. If you want to be truly happy, then stop denying the truth!
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Aug 11, 2014
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Wouldn't God forgive us and let us in though? Punishing us - especially for eternity - seems over the top.
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Jan 19, 2015
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Why? - We have all been adequately forewarned! It would be like ignoring countless warnings from your Mom to keep your hands away from the flame on hot stove, and then accusing her of not loving you when you ignore her admonitions, put your hand in the fire anyway and get burnt!
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Oct 26, 2016
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Yeah, but... my mom would still love me even if I did that.
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Apr 25, 2017
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If my mom created me, along with my imperfections, created some arbitrary stupid test that she may or may not have even told me about, engineered the circumstances where I would definitely fail that test (she controls everything, after all), and then for failing decided to subject me to horrific unending torture for all of eternity without any chance of reprieve or parole... then my mom is a sociopathic monster whose depravity would embarrass even the likes of Hitler and Jeffrey Dahmer. And I would hope to god or any other imaginary being out there that someone would call Child Protective Services.
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May 1, 2017
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Amen, that basically sums up the message in Revelation
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Jan 19, 2015
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I like how God is going to punish me for all eternity, just because I don't follow a particular belief to the letter. There are literally dozens of religions out there that claim I will be punished for all eternity, if I don't follow their ideas. I have no idea how I'm supposed to know the right one, but if God wants to punish me for all eternity because of that, I say let him do so. He would be contradicting some of the phrases in this quiz though, but I guess that's his problem.
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Jan 20, 2015
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Do as I say not as I do - that should be the intro to the 10 commandments.
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Jan 21, 2015
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God does not punish anyone for all eternity. People misunderstand what is in the Bible. And if you are looking for the truth, simply read the the Bible. The answers you seek lie within.
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Jun 17, 2016
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Yes, God is going to punish those who disobey His Word for all eternity. But we deserve it.
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Apr 19, 2017
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@aesthus: Can you show me Biblical proof the wicked will burn forever? But before you're absolutely sure, please make sure you understand what you're reading. Thanks!
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Apr 19, 2017
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I love how every single religious person in the world believes firmly that THEY understand the religion and everyone else is wrong. It's amazing. As if the thousands of years of preceding exegesis, philosophy, religious tradition, councils, decrees, fatwas, and wars fought over trivial differences in theology were all for naught... if only they had waited for Brian from Kentucky to come along and asked him what it all meant, THEN they would have had the answers!
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May 1, 2017
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It is amazing how many christians firmly believe that. I do not, however, claim to understand religion and the Bible perfectly. I do not think everyone else has it wrong. Every single religion in the entire world is not perfect, and will have something wrong at some point or another. I don't actually necessarily call myself any specific religion. Sure, there are ones that might have their beliefs closest to mine, ones that I attend their Church services, and so on. But in the end, I believe that some people from all religions will be in Heaven, because God, if he exists, will only judge you based on what you know. In the end, God's true people will be in Heaven. It won't be only catholics in heaven, or only baptists. It will be God's true people, those who strove to have a relationship with him and did whatever they could to know him better. I even truly believe that some atheists will be in Heaven!
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May 2, 2017
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But getting back to my main point, I don't claim to understand the Bible perfectly, not at all. But I have been and am still reading my Bible everyday, studying it, expanding my faith, expanding my knowledge and beliefs. I am studying it for myself, looking at popular doctrines, and finding the truth behind them. There is so much more I know I don't understand, and I am learning that. But as far as this little comment thread goes, I feel pretty certain that the Bible does not teach an eternal fiery torment. This is one of the topics I've studied the most, and IF God exists, and IF the Bible is true, then a good amount, not all, but a lot of Christians are misunderstanding what the Bible teaches on hellfire. That's all I'm saying, that the Bible, regardless of if its true or not, does not teach an eternal fiery doom for the wicked. If someone thinks otherwise though, please do show me some proof! I am willing to look at and study it. I know I don't understand everything.
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May 2, 2017
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In the end, I am merely trying to spread the truth about what the Bible teaches, because no one, not even me, understands everything there is to understand. And in my quest to understand it more, I am simply trying to share what I have learned, with those who want it. =) Sorry for my lengthy response. I probably missed your point entirely, good sir Kal, but I just wanted to speak what was on my mind. I await your response and the responses of any others who have them! Good day sirs and mesdames.
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May 2, 2017
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How can you "spread the truth" if you don't understand what the truth is? Maybe the people you are arguing against understand better than you do.
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May 3, 2017
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And I don't doubt it. I'm sure there are thousands, millions of people out there that understand the Bible and the truth about what it teaches way better than I do. But that's why I'm willing to "argue", so that I can learn more, and maybe they will too... When I say "spread the truth", I am merely talking about the things I do understand, nothing more. I'm not "spreading the truth" about the things I don't understand, because, well, I don't understand them!
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May 3, 2017
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I want nothing to do with a god or a church that would think me being bi is a sin worthy of death (and eternal damnation).
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Jan 22, 2015
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All sins are worthy of death. We are all in the same boat.
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Nov 19, 2016
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Terradraconum. In that case, shouldn't you be pitied for having been brainwashed, probably since you were able to understand speech and yet you still believe? Like most people, I was taught religion in school and had to go to church. When I was old enough to think for myself, I just could not believe in any of it. You are obviously free to believe what you like, but people don't need your pity, thanks.
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May 10, 2015
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Okay. Something needs to be said. The Bible does not say you will be punished for all eternity, okay? It is one of the most misunderstood concepts in Christianity, that God will send you to firey doom for all eternity. It's not true! The Bible does not teach this. Ppl will say, "oh but this verse says this". Try this: read it in context, and think about what it's actually saying. Ppl will take one single verse, one single sentence in the Bible, and make an entire belief out of it, when they don't even read in context. Look, when u die, u go to the grave, and stay there til the Lord comes back. Those who don't make it to heaven simply die. They don't burn forever and ever. God is a loving God, and he would never punish anyone for all eternity. Also, God will only judge u based on what u know. If you believe in false things, but never had a chance to know the truth, God wont destroy u for that. There will be all sorts of ppl in Heaven: Catholics, Baptists, Atheists, Mormons, and so on.
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Apr 8, 2016
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I would explain so much more and in more detail, but I don't want to preach 5 encyclopedias worth of info on a quiz website. Some ppl might not enjoy that too much..... If people "want" it, however, I will.
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Apr 8, 2016
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Nobody wants it.
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May 1, 2017
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Then I guess I need not explain it, now do I?
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May 2, 2017
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I missed 4, but at least one of those I'd known if it had been my first language. Only the 1 Corinthians 15:55 was all unfamiliar to me.
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Nov 25, 2014
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Yes! 100% with 3:04 left! Another triumph for a non-believer!

Or maybe I'm simply well versed in phrases that have absolutely become cliches. It's almost sad, really.
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Jan 19, 2015
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On the 1 Corinthians 13:4 Would you accept "charity" for "love" as it is written in the traditional King James version of the Bible? I'm so used to that word being used as a synonym for "love" that I almost didn't get it right on this quiz. Had to laugh about that one. Hope everyone on this site will read this verse over and ponder it. No need to argue or "one-up" or take pride in your religious beliefs (including, in this case, atheism as also being a religious belief of a sort).
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Jan 19, 2015
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Awesome!
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Jan 20, 2015
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an eye for an eye is in exodus also
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Feb 19, 2015
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14/16. Not bad for someone who, while not necessarily atheist, is certainly not in the habit of picking up the 'Good Book' on a regular basis.
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Aug 16, 2015
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It,s because I read the bible that I became an atheist
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Sep 22, 2015
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Same. Then God opened my eyes.
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Nov 19, 2016
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+1 lol
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Apr 19, 2017
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You non-believers, why do you always need to boast about being atheists on religious quizzes? And getting high marks on them? What are you trying to prove? Who are you proving yourself to? The World? God? That's funny because you don't believe He exists. Or maybe you're only seeking attention? If you are then I pity you.
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Oct 15, 2015
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People do all that all the time though. "85% right on a U.S. cities quiz, and I'm English!" "Got all the songs from the '70s and I was born in 1991!" People are always pleasantly surprised when they know things that they don't expect to know. So my question to you is: why do you feel so threatened that some people don't see the world the way you do?
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Apr 19, 2017
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Yeah. Definitely. I'm "boasting" (read: stating) that I'm an atheist to impress a god. You've definitely got us figured out, there. Your logic is impeccable.
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May 1, 2017
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easy
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Nov 30, 2015
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Can cut 3 minutes...
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May 23, 2016
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Why are people boasting about getting high scores if they are atheists? Why are you so pleased about getting such high scores if you believe none of it's true? What is the point in taking this quiz if you don't believe any of it, or actually trying to remember the verses?
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Dec 30, 2016
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What is the point in taking any quiz ever?
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Apr 25, 2017
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A lot of untrue things affect culture, history, society, politics and the world. It's worth it to know about those things.
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May 1, 2017
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Um, guys. It was a fun quiz until I took a look at the comment section. :/
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Jan 9, 2017
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That's basically how these religious quizzes go, particularly about Christianity. I don't think there's a single Christian quiz on this site that doesn't have people bringing up some sort of Christian v. Atheist debate in the comments, and if there is one that doesn't, it's bound to have one soon.
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Apr 19, 2017
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I believe that many latter day atheists were dragged to church multiple times a week (if not a day) by parents/guardians and grew to so hate the ritual that they chose atheism as adults. I am also opposed to the blasphemy of many religious rituals, but it does not lead me to deny the existence of the Almighty.
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Mar 7, 2017
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Some translations of Corinthians have charity, not love. I think Charity ought to be accepted.
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Apr 19, 2017
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Some of the comments here are absolutely bonkers. Everybody take a breath.
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Apr 19, 2017
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14/16, pretty good for a godless heathen!
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Apr 19, 2017
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How to know when someone is an Atheist: They won't stop telling you and reminding you that they are one.
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Apr 19, 2017
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That's not factually correct. You probably know very many atheists, they're just not vocal or in your face about it. They would probably say so if you had a conversation on religion (or perhaps not..there are many "closet atheists" that don't feel comfortable sharing their beliefs for a variety of reasons. There are certainly very vocal atheists, just as there are vocal proponents of practically every belief (feminism, christianity, etc).
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Apr 20, 2017
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How to know when someone is a believer: they won't stop overreacting to the presence of atheists because they find it so deeply troubling and threatening to their fragile and easily disassembled worldview.
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May 1, 2017
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I thought I knew the Bible pretty well, but - no fewer than three of these I would have attributed to Shakespeare or something else.
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Apr 19, 2017
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For the 1 Corinthians verse, the King James says "charity"--not love
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Apr 20, 2017
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The belief is more important. You can be very religious and not know the bible but you may not be very religious or faithful and know the whole bible.
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Apr 20, 2017
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To all you religious scholars or (regular religious people) out there; pipe down and shut up. the definitive explanation of all our religious questions and ideals lies with Kalbahamut, the atheist! (And yes, quiz master, you may delete this as you often do to my posts).
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Jun 23, 2017
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