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Name the 50 most-mentioned people in the Bible.
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level ∞
Dec 3, 2013
Mary didn't make the cut. Same with Adam and Eve. Joab is NOT the same as Job. Job doesn't make the cut either.
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level 73
Apr 15, 2016
Very interesting which famous Christian characters don't make it into the top 50 Bible characters, and yet do make it on the top 20 characters in the Quran
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level 73
Dec 23, 2013
Why'd all the comments get deleted? I can't imagine there was an update to this. Were people flaming each other over Mary and Job?
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level 73
Jan 16, 2014
This time I almost got everybody in the first column- I guess I misspelled Jeremiah. After that I missed a bunch.
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level 18
Jul 25, 2014
Probably
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level 48
Jan 16, 2014
Out of curiosity, how was "mentioned" determined?
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level 73
Jan 16, 2014
You can click on the link that redirects to the source.

Which I just did and ... hey... I typed Pharaoh and he was not on the quiz but he appears on the list! :P
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level 66
Feb 1, 2015
Maybe because 'pharaoh' refers to various people, as opposed to one specific person? You wouldn't likely have the same pharaoh for Moses as for Joseph.
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level 73
Mar 5, 2015
That's not made clear from reading the Bible. It's used as a proper name.
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level 34
Jun 17, 2015
That's the same as saying "King" is mentioned many times in the bible without saying which King
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level 73
Jun 19, 2015
^Read previous comment.
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level 74
Jul 22, 2015
Depends on how you read it, I guess. 'Pharoah' is a title, just as 'Caesar' is a title, and scripture uses both in that sense.
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level 36
Apr 14, 2016
I think the bible is pretty clear that Pharaoh is a title. After all, the half dozen pharaohs refered to (thinking of pharaohs in Abraham's time, in that of Joseph, Moses, Ahab, as well as in the prophetic books) are always referred to as pharaoh except in Exodus 1 where the account speaks of a 'new king'. But it introduces him directly as Pharaoh later, without explanation (no 'and his name was Pharaoh'). Its a bit like 'Ben Hadad' for kings of Damascus. Of course, the distinction between name and title isn't always clear.
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level 73
May 27, 2016
It's not that clear. And besides, the source counts him as a character so there still seems to be a conflict IMO if you are using that source.
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level 47
Jul 15, 2016
A source on the internet included Pharoah as a character! "You can believe everything you read on the internet". That was quoted by Abraham Lincoln himself. Found that quote on the internet.
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level 73
Aug 7, 2016
The source cited by a quiz would seem like a pretty good authority when trying to make a point about the quiz, IMO, whether it's found online or not.
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level 47
Aug 8, 2016
Hey, I'm just quoting a quote by Abraham Lincoln that I found on the internet, that's all. Fun quiz, though, right?
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level 47
Aug 8, 2016
Now you got it!
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level 73
Aug 10, 2016
Was EVERY comment I made the other day wiped out in one stroke? What's going on? I remember putting a quote from Jesus here about how this was the best online quiz he'd ever taken, or something like that.
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level 47
Aug 10, 2016
Yeah, I noticed that. I'm not sure why that happened.
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level 16
Nov 24, 2017
I thought Good Sir Kal was smarter than this...
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level 73
Feb 2, 2018
Research suggests that gaging the intelligence of those more intelligent than yourself is difficult.
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level 16
Apr 18, 2018
@kal - Um... okay...? Just, just... What point are you trying to make?
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level 47
Jul 8, 2018
kalba actually it does say, right at the beginning of the book of Exodus, that a different Pharaoh had arisen by the time Moses was born, and he did not remember Joseph or his family. He was much more cruel than his predecessor(s), as evidenced by his order to throw all Israelite babies into the Nile. The Old Testament is mainly a history of the nation of Israel, so it wasn't seen as necessary to include the specific names of the Egyptian Pharaohs, although specific kings of other nations are mentioned by name. Their existence and details of their reigns are corroborated by plenty of extra-biblical sources.
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level 73
Jul 8, 2018
okay but how is that Bible character referred to?
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level 76
Jan 16, 2014
If we are calling these people "characters" shouldn't God be on the list?
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level 52
Jan 16, 2014
The description says "people."
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level 18
Jul 25, 2014
Isn't God considered a person, because he is the Father, Son and Holy Spirit...
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level 75
Aug 11, 2014
In the trinity, only the Son is considered a person.
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level 60
Mar 25, 2015
The Trinity is made up of three Divine Persons, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. I'm assuming this quiz means human persons. Jesus is fully divine, but He is also fully human...so He is a Person, and a person. :)
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level 63
Jul 28, 2017
Let's just bring back Arius of Alexandria's version..... it was simpler
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level 47
Jan 16, 2014
Unless you really know YOUR Bible, you'll be very surprised.
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level 58
Aug 7, 2016
Lol yeah, still hasn't been fixed.
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level 70
Aug 7, 2016
You are bible
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level 48
Jan 16, 2014
Spelling Nebuchadnezzar is just as challenging as spelling Schwarzenegger
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level 7
Apr 26, 2014
LOL! Indeed. Can't believe I forgot Nebuchadnezzar
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level 27
Oct 5, 2016
I'm Dutch and my Bible spells it as "Nebukadnezzar"... It didn't work 😂
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level 60
Jan 18, 2014
I'm really surprised that you didn't know "you're" Bible should be "your".
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level 66
Jan 19, 2014
Looks like most of the weird-named kings have been removed. Well, that makes it a little bit easier. Thankfully, they kept Jehoshaphat.
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level 73
Oct 22, 2015
Jumpin' Jehosaphat...i never knew he was a Biblical character. Thought it was just a silly phrase that cartoon characters said.
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level 18
Jul 8, 2018
There's an actual valley named after Jehosaphat.
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level 1
Jan 29, 2014
This game was awesome!!! It also suprised me too. Iloved it!! Though I couldn't really think of them off the top of my head. Good game!
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level 18
Jul 8, 2018
Yes most awesome, easy to confuse 'most popular' with 'most mentioned'.
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level 7
Apr 26, 2014
I'm pleased with most of this, but I'm disappointed that I didn't get Moses, Saul, Isaiah, and Sarah. There are a few others I knew, but just forgot about them for this.
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level 25
May 18, 2014
Maybe not the quiz for me an atheist, 7/50
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level 51
Apr 25, 2015
I'm an atheist and I got 34 out of 50.
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level 20
Aug 7, 2016
I'm atheist and i got 10/50
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level 23
May 29, 2014
paul + saul are the same person
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level 25
May 29, 2014
no they are not. Saul was the first king of Israel. Paul was a 1st century A.D. Pharisee (also called Saul) who changed his name to Paul after converting to Christianity.
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level 44
Aug 1, 2014
but Saul is so high on the list because it refers to both men.
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level 47
Apr 16, 2017
True, but New Testament Saul is almost always referred to as Paul.
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level 23
May 29, 2014
can you accept jonathon for jonathan please
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level 65
Aug 16, 2016
Jonathon sounds like a weird Olympic event.
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level 37
Nov 19, 2016
That is the most amazing comment ever xD
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level 31
Feb 24, 2018
omg
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level 44
Jun 30, 2014
Got 25. Misspelled Jeroboam, Jesse and Reuben. The first column was pretty obvious. Have heard of most of the others but could not have guessed who was mentioned more often.
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level 43
Oct 19, 2017
"Jesse" just seems so weird as a Biblical name. But Yishai sounds just right.
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level 54
Jul 15, 2014
"John" is the name of the Beloved Disciple. John the Baptist is an entirely different person who is often mentioned in the NT. Furthermore, it is doubtful that Zadok, Abner, Jehoshaphat, etc. are mentioned more often that the Virgin Mary.
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level 44
Aug 1, 2014
mary is in the beginning of the gospel and barely mentioned after that. Paul makes very little indication that there was such a thing as a virgin birth. A story that picked up steam in the early catholic church.
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level 66
Feb 1, 2015
Um, no, the Bible very specifically refers to a virgin birth.
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level 66
Jan 21, 2015
You'd be surprised how much repetition and restating is in the Old Testament.
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level 53
Aug 23, 2017
In Hebrew culture, restating or repeating something was the equivalent of an exclamation mark or bolded text. Repeating it twice was like all caps, underline, bold, italics, whatever you've got. Hence all the 'holy, holy, holy's and 'Lord your God's.
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level 44
Aug 1, 2014
the source link does not match up to the quiz list
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level 38
Aug 16, 2015
the source link doesn't work AT ALL!!! Plz fix!
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level 50
Sep 8, 2014
3:44, thank you, thank you very much. No autographs please. XD
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level 75
Aug 7, 2016
Are you Elvis?
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level 25
Nov 30, 2014
I knew the Hebrew versions of pretty much all the names, but could not figure out the English versions
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level 59
Dec 28, 2015
I feel you.
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level 27
Jan 21, 2015
unless you really know you are bible?
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level 22
Feb 5, 2015
Only got 21 correct, but at least it beats the average.
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level 22
Apr 9, 2015
Beat my record after taking it like 20 times. 47/50. Always forget Balak, Jehoshaphat, and Manasseh. Otherwise, I would've gotten all correct.
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level 25
Feb 19, 2015
I'm quite surprise none of Belthazar's friends are mentioned here, not even the famous Judge Samson and his Delilah..
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level 8
Jul 9, 2015
Wait, Esau made the list but not Mary?
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level 60
Jan 27, 2016
Mary really isn't mentioned that much, and of course not until the NT. She is often referred to as "the mother of Jesus" too, so that's several less times her name is mentioned. Esau had quite a good part of the OT to be written about, since the story of his and Jacob's birth/inheritance/etc. is referenced a lot by the psalmists and prophets and all.
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level 61
Nov 4, 2015
You'd think that the devil would be in the list. Then again Adam, Eve and Mary didn't make it either. Hmm
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level 73
May 24, 2017
I was also surprised. According to Yahoo Answers the word devil appears 57 times, Satan appears 49 times, and Lucifer appears once. It's hard for me to believe that Jehoiakim appears more than that.
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level 57
Nov 28, 2015
Paul and Saul are the same person!
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level 56
Jan 24, 2016
saul is the first king of israel
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level 47
Apr 16, 2017
NT Saul almost never referred to as Saul
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level 4
Dec 22, 2015
What about the Tetragrammaton, God's Name (יהוה)? It is mentioned almost 7,000 times in the Bible.
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level 65
Jan 2, 2016
11/50 :-(
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level 15
Jan 31, 2016
This is hard. The dutch names are spelled very different..
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level 59
Feb 2, 2016
Why would anyone be surprised by Adam and Eve not making it to the list? I tried them but as they're only mentioned in the beginning of the OT it wasn't very likely.
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level 53
Aug 23, 2017
There are phrases like 'second Adam' though, so maybe people thought those would bump it up enough.
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level 48
Mar 15, 2016
no kanye?
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level 75
Aug 7, 2016
Or Trump?
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level 34
Mar 30, 2016
Wow. Got only half on the first try, but it beats or equals 91% of test takers. This is a tough quiz!
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level 31
Mar 31, 2016
So it accepted Pilate but not Pontius?
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level 74
Apr 20, 2016
Is that Joseph of Technicolour Dreamcoat fame, or Jesus's not-father fame?
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level 24
Apr 22, 2016
You notice there are only two women on this whole list, and only because they were the mothers of important sons. And only Sarah barely made it out of the bottom 10. No wonder Western society is so sexist, if the Bible is one of the bases of our culture. Yes, I'm a guy saying this.
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level 74
Jun 3, 2016
I think the Bible is sexist because the people who wrote it were sexist, rather than the other way round.
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level 66
Aug 7, 2016
The farther back in time you go the more sexist (male orientated) history becomes. That is because in those days the females were not held as equal to males........ but note today there are still some backward countries that carry on this tradition. Where women cannot vote, drive a car, get a divorce, or show a bit of skin etc. etc. etc. in public while the males can do whatever they like.
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level 53
Aug 23, 2017
I think the Bible appears sexist to you because every civilisation back then was sexist. No matter what writing is being created in the Bible at a point in time, it's always way ahead of culture. When women were being ostracised into their roles in Philistia and Babylon, the Torah gave them the right to be equal with males. By the time the rest of the world caught up, the New Testament advanced the rules so that, from a modern Biblical perspective, the only things gender really affects are teaching (which women cannot do specifically to men) and sacrifice (which men are to do for women).
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level 73
Oct 4, 2017
Wow Aesthus that is a pitifully bad argument. Isn't this thing supposed to be inspired by a being that exists outside time? There's nothing progressive about the text of the Bible, it's clearly a product of the primitive minds of the men who wrote it, and yes those men were extremely sexist, as are the majority of the 4 billion people today who continue to model their lives around this bad example.
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level 53
Dec 7, 2017
Hm. If those who wrote the Bible were sexist, why did they lend such importance to, oh, let's see: Eve, Rahab, Esther, Ruth, Naomi, Jezebel, Rachel and Leah (and their midwives), Abigail, Delilah, Sarah/Sarai, Hagar, Jael, Elizabeth, Mary the mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, Mary and Martha, and Sapphira, to name but a few? (More here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_women_in_the_Bible.) Secondly, it's not four billion, it's 2.3 (give or take). But I get your point. Lastly and finally, think of it this way. If the Bible had contained a manifesto of modern women's rights, people wouldn't listen to it. I suspect the early rules were written in such a way that they would spur on further change (which did continually happen throughout Israel's history) but not turn people away from the Bible. You can see that in the way God reformed the rules circa 30 AD (which, somewhat akin to a parent, he is allowed to do).
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level 73
Feb 2, 2018
2.2 billion Christians + 1.8 billion Muslims (Islam being an offshoot of Christianity) = 4 billion people who are actively attempting to live lives in accordance with teachings recorded in the Bible.

Having a few important female characters doesn't make the test not sexist. The 1915 film Birth of a Nation had several "black" characters in it. Does that mean it's not racist? Yes, Eve was an important character in the Bible. Why was she important? She gave in to temptation and led to the downfall of man and his expulsion from paradise. And parables aside, read and judge for yourself.

But then at the end of your argument you seem to accept that the Bible actually is sexist, and your excuse for this is that God was playing to his sexist audience, instead of trying to enlighten them he chooses to reinforce their bigotries because he wants to sell more books. That's just... abominable.
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level 45
Aug 7, 2016
I always wondered what the men of the time thought about Deborah. I'd like to think that they simply didn't give it a second thought - just because (AFAWK) no woman had previously been a Judge or Commander In Chief didn't mean that they *couldn't* be. Maybe the next female CIC will sing a duet with Bara(c)k as well ...
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level 20
May 17, 2016
Who missed Jesus!?
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level 37
May 24, 2016
Idk why Esav (Trad. Jewish spelling of the name Esau) Is not accepted also, I think a lot of people won't spell Nebuchadnezzar right
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level 40
Jul 15, 2016
The bible is fake
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level 76
Aug 7, 2016
Nope, it's real. I held one in my hands today.
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level 73
Aug 7, 2016
It's very real in the sense that loganite says it is, being the most oft-printed book in the world.
On the other hand, is it accurately transmitted, translated, and perfectly preserved from the date of the creation of the original documents that it is based on? Have there been no additions, embellishments, forgeries, redactions, or clerical errors included in the text we have today? Are those stories and accounts threin all real and not fictitious, backed up by history and science? Is the central message of the Bible a legitimate one? Is every word of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation the perfect unchanging inerrant word of God broadcast to mankind as some believe?
Of course not. But you can find a collection of bound pages with the words "The Bible" written on the cover easily enough, if that's what you mean by real.
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level 47
Aug 7, 2016
Mmmmmmmmmmm that's debatable.
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level 47
Aug 7, 2016
I mean, it really is debatable..... People debate it all the time. Hi.
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level 73
Aug 8, 2016
Pretty much anything is debatable I guess. Though some debates are pretty one sided.
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level 47
Aug 8, 2016
Mmmmmmmmmmm that's debatable.
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level 70
Mar 7, 2017
This is why the discovery of the Dead Sea scrolls was so meaningful. Manuscripts that predated the oldest known manuscripts showed that virtually no changes had been made to the scriptural texts. Normally, with copies of copies being made over centuries of time, this would be hard to believe. However, if the Bible is God's communication to humankind, as it claims to be, it would not be outrageous to believe that God would ensure that His Word would not be corrupted, regardless of how many centuries pass. There have been countless frauds who claimed to represent the Bible (which Jesus said was to be expected), but the Bible itself should not be judged by these greedy, ambitious, deceitful people or organizations.
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level 53
Aug 23, 2017
Kal's comment would have been just fine if he'd left out 'of course not'. He can come to his own conclusions, but they're not fact because about a third of earth's population would beg to differ (even if you're not counting Muslims).
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level 73
Oct 4, 2017
Don: that's simply not accurate.

Aesthus: they're not my own conclusions, they are the conclusions of every honest educated person who has ever studied the matter. Once again, your argument that truth is a popularity contest is obviously fallacious.
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level 20
Oct 23, 2017
Man, it's really just amazing how much I don't care about what you're saying Kal. -Sincerely, me and mostly everyone else.
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level 20
Oct 23, 2017
"But Mr. Slug! You obviously care enough to reply to my comment!". Ahem. I just don't believe you.
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level 53
Dec 7, 2017
Circular reasoning, kal. Christianity is wrong, hence Christians are not honest or educated, hence the only people who are honest and educated disagree with Christianity, hence Christianity is wrong. If you reply to this, maybe try pointing out a real flaw with my argument instead of resorting to name-calling like you usually do.
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level 73
Feb 2, 2018
slug: you're insane.
Aesthus: No it's not circular reasoning. I'm stating facts that don't require reasoning to arrive at, I'm not attempting a logical proof. Show me someone who disagrees with what I typed above... virtually zero of them will be educated on the matter at all. If you manage to find someone who is a Biblical scholar and disagrees with what I typed... then examine the arguments they make and you will find evidence that they are a liar. It is impossible to study the Bible and NOT reach the same conclusion I did above. I invite you to reread my comment carefully before disagreeing.
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level 20
Feb 5, 2018
Kal: And you're still sour. You still don't understand my purpose on Jetpunk do you? Insanity is just a cover-up for several things in life...
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level 60
Feb 21, 2018
Kal, as a Christian and Bible scholar, I can't argue with you on your facts, because they are correct. But I can argue where you have mixed in your opinions with the facts. In particular: "Is the central message of the Bible a legitimate one?...Of course not." I'm curious what your concept of the central message of the Bible when it is, briefly speaking, a hodgepodge of writings by different authors. Can legitimate messages, central or otherwise, reasonably be extracted from the Bible? I think so. Others will certainly disagree. Doesn't make me or them dishonest or ignorant.
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level 53
Mar 20, 2018
Kal: So what you're saying is, 'I'm right, and if there's someone who disagrees with me, they're uneducated, and if they appear to be educated, they're actually a liar.' How is that not circular reasoning?
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level 73
Jul 8, 2018
Aesthus: again, I'm not trying to win debate points. What I said is true.
jonf: it's been a while since I left that comment but I think I was probably thinking that whenever anyone claims to know the central message of the Bible, or that it has one, usually they're just making it up to fit their own predilections and don't have much from the text to back that up. Like you said, many different messages can be "extracted" from the text... but this involves a lot of selective cherry picking if you want the message to be consistent.
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level 59
Aug 7, 2016
No Donald?!
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level 60
Aug 7, 2016
Duck or Trump?
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level 75
Aug 7, 2016
Or Sutherland?
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level 41
Aug 7, 2016
Seriiously?!!?! Balak is mentioned more than the Mother of the Messiah? As has already been commented upon, sexist mythology!
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level 58
Aug 7, 2016
Says you. Dismissively.
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level 60
Aug 7, 2016
Featuring the quiz: "Unless you really know you're Bible, you'll be very surprised." I really know I'm not Bible.
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level ∞
Aug 7, 2016
Finally fixed
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level 58
Aug 7, 2016
Very interesting and fun quiz! Thanks.
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level 66
Aug 8, 2016
19/50... not bad for a guy who was excommunicated.
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level 67
Aug 8, 2016
Taken this quiz 3 times. Each time I've gotten Jehosaphat and Nebuchadnezzar. That's more often than I've gotten Paul, Solomon or many other much more famous people.
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level 72
Nov 1, 2016
Are these numbers based on mentions in the Protestant or Catholic Bible? i.e. does it include the books of Tobit, Judith, 1 and 2 Maccabees, Wisdom, Sirach, and Baruch?
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level 56
Jan 13, 2017
I win excomunication by 3 faults on spelling nebuchadennazer, missing Abraham and trying to put Mary in all sort of ways, including "that so-called Virgin" and "mother of dragons". I suggest an easy version with Most Popular Names, in order of appaerance and including Ben Hur or Charlton Heston. (Richard Gere played a bible character also, didnt he?)
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level 61
Jun 23, 2017
I tried Sara and Sarai and didn't think to spell it with an H. Could you maybe add those spellings?
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level 43
Aug 6, 2017
Jew here. I got 29/50 but didn't realize there were New Testament characters as well. I was horrified that I couldn't get the number one person, because I think I know the Bible pretty well! So I was frantically worried and then when the time ran out I saw it was Jesus. lol
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level 60
Oct 4, 2017
No Brian? Surely some mistake. I know he's not the Messiah, just a very naughty boy.
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level 62
Oct 25, 2017
Jumpin' Jehoshaphat! I forgot Moses!
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level 21
Nov 17, 2017
Mhh, the name of God (Jehovah/Jahve) occurs nearly 7000 times in the old Hebrew scriptures and it's not in that quiz. :( Please edit that quiz to be more accurate.
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level 14
Jan 18, 2018
totaly agree!
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level 72
Dec 3, 2017
It's a very silly book isn't it? Full of silly contradictions and silly story's about people with silly names doing silly things which only a silly person would consider anything other than silly. Personally, I prefer the pagan gods of old Europe, they too were very silly and fickle, but at least they had the good grace to not pretend they were anything else. Silly bible.
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level 44
Dec 28, 2017
I swear the 1% that got 100% correct cheated; or they're priests. Probably the hardest quiz on the site.
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level 14
Jan 18, 2018
ok.... no JHWH,Jah, Jahve or Jehovah? its Gods name!
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level 39
Jan 20, 2018
I agree, but it's one of the many things that have been taken out of many bible translations. Often Lord or God is substituted for Jehovah. I say, "one of the many..." because I will not believe that Jehovah is a misogenist or that there is any reason why Jesus could not have been married. Yet no mention is made of this in our present bible.
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level 9
Jan 24, 2018
Big Shaq should be mentioned Yo big shaq the one and only Mans not hot Never hot skrrra skidi kaka boom 2 plus 2 is 4 Minus 1 that's 3, quick maths Everyday man's on the block, smoke trees See your girl in the park, that girl is a uckers When the ting went quack-quack-quack, you man were ducking Hold tight Asnee(my brother), he's got the pumpy(big ting) Hold tight my man(my guy), he's got the frisbee I trap, trap, trap on the phone, movin' that cornflakes Rice Krispie, hold tight my girl Whitney (perfect) On the road doin' ten tours, allow my toes You man thought I froze I see a peng girl then I pose If she ain't on it, I ghost Hah, look at your nose(check your nose fam) You dougnut Nose long like garden hose I tell her mans not hot I tell her mans not hot The girl told me take off your jacket I said babes mans not hot(never hot) I tell her mans not hot(never hot) I tell her mans not hot(never hot) The girl told me take off your jacket I said babes mans not hot(never hot)
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level 66
Feb 24, 2018
I notice Reuben is sandwiched between Noah and Jehu.
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level 50
Feb 24, 2018
The reason God isn't on the list is that only people count.
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level 34
Apr 11, 2018
Too bad there is no way to distinguish the two Josephs without obviously giving it away.
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