The Ten Commandments Quiz

We've all heard them --- but can we remember them?
Language taken from the King James Bible.
Quiz by CBTemple
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Last updated: June 2, 2012
First submittedJune 2, 2012
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Commandment
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Thou shalt have no other gods before me
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Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image ...
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Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain
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Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy
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Honor thy father and mother ...
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Thou shalt not kill
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Thou shalt not commit adultery
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Thou shalt not steal
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Thou shalt not bear false witness ...
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Thou shalt not covet ...
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Level 15
Apr 19, 2012
Accept idol image.
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Level 16
May 2, 2020
Oh really? So do you agree to go to hell?
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Level 29
May 3, 2020
I am pretty sure he is meaning to accept idol image to get a question right in the quiz. Not what you think..
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Level 80
May 8, 2020
See? American Bible thumpers are not the worst.
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Level 16
May 9, 2020
What?
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Level 83
May 25, 2020
I thought you were only allowed to comment once you got up to Level 15. How is MG17 able to do it multiple times at Level 14?
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Level 16
May 28, 2020
Jacktheguy, it's because I am brazilian, and I play mostly portuguese, and there, I have a level above 15, and so, I can write comments in all languages. Understand?
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Level 83
May 28, 2020
Ah. That makes sense. Didn’t know that.
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Level 80
Sep 2, 2020
Portuguese level 30 English level 16 now.
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Level 66
Sep 14, 2020
@MG17 Ah yes, here it is, the inevitable religious fanatic imposing their belief on others and passing judgement (and being totally oblivious to context in speech, of course). Can't have a religion-related comment section without at least one.
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Level 15
Apr 19, 2012
And false testemony.
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Level 78
May 22, 2012
"Testimony" will now work. Thanks!
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Level 57
Jun 9, 2012
Grew up with the KJV so finished with 3:31
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Level 26
Nov 15, 2012
Me too!
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Level 80
Jan 27, 2013
Atheist so finished with 3:34
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Level 71
May 25, 2013
Lapsed Unitarian with 3:34 left.
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Level 72
Jun 6, 2013
Nobody's business what I am...3:29 left
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Level 42
Jun 29, 2013
Jedi Knight......I finished before the quiz started.
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Level 67
Jun 2, 2016
Another atheist with a respectable 3:02 left
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Level 19
Jun 2, 2018
I don't care, so finished at the 456 B.C. mark, got 256.507257%, and I lied, I do care, so I'm only a 7 week old pair of headphones that mutated from a bag of trailmix published inside your local dominos factory for christmas trees in the Northern Atlantian Central Mall.
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Level 52
Jun 11, 2020
I miss slug.
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Level 80
Sep 2, 2020
If he's gone, good riddance.
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Level 72
Sep 6, 2016
I'm a damned Buddhist (see what I did there??) and even I got them all!
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Level 83
Jul 8, 2017
I'm a member of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster and I got them all right before this quiz even existed.
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Level 16
Jul 11, 2020
@Jacktheguy, are you from Patafarianism?
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Level 65
Jun 9, 2012
All 10 in 3:39.
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Level 46
Jun 10, 2012
This really messed me up since I was raised Catholic. The "second" one does not exist, and the "tenth" is the ninth and tenth.
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Level 88
Jan 8, 2013
Yeah, not sure why the Catholic Church decided to alter the list. Guess the bible wasn't good enough for them :)
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Level 23
Oct 10, 2018
Catholics didn't change the commandments at all. There are far more than just 10, anyway. The Church, from the beginning, summarised the commandments into the basic 10, which are slightly different from the list above. The Douay-Rheims version, used officially for many centuries by the Church, was a translation from the 4th century Latin Vulgate. Latin was the official language because those educated enough to be able to read could read Latin. 'Vulgate' means the language of the people. The wording of some of the Commandments was changed by the protestants, later on. E.g, the word 'graven' was questioned by some other readers (above). The context (in the actual Bible - i.e. the very next verse) of the word 'graven' is to make an image to be adored. Catholics are absolutely forbidden to adore anything, or anyone, except the one true God. Images are only to serve as reminders to pray. The Bible itself has God giving instructions for particular images to be made (re. Ark of the Covenant)
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Level 79
Jan 16, 2013
The Catholics don't like that part about "graven images" so they took it off the list and split "thou shalt not covet" into two separate commandments.
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Level 80
Jan 27, 2013
Catholics friggin love graven images. It was one of the Protestant's chief criticisms of them. So they did some Biblical ret-conning. No biggie... all religions have done it. So, nothing to be ashamed of unless you still believe your particular religion's holy text (whichever that may be) is the perfect and unchanging word of god.
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Level 54
Apr 27, 2017
Nothing to be ashamed of either way, because *news flash* there was that little Protestant Reformation.
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Level 80
Jul 7, 2017
I'm not sure what your point is.
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Level 58
Aug 14, 2017
That all major religions are founded upon supposed hypocrisies?
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Level 80
Oct 31, 2017
But why would Catholics be less embarrassed about following what they believe due to there being Protestants who believe something different? If they think the Protestants are right then why are they still Catholics? Or is he saying that Protestants wouldn't feel weird about believing in the perfect and unchanging word of God when the whole foundation of their religious movement was the idea that they ought to come along and change it?
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Level 54
Oct 31, 2017
The point is that not everyone thinks religion is stupid. Don't talk like everyone's on your side. So no, I'm not ashamed because I think the Bible is the word of God. Because billions of people do. Deal with it.
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Level 80
Nov 13, 2017
Truth and reality are on my side. I don't particularly care if delusion and fantasy are. I'll take my Stephen Hawking, Thomas Jefferson, Carl Sagan, Voltaire and Epicurus... you can have your Ray Comfort, Pat Robertson, Kirk Cameron and Ken Ham. Consider yourself dealt with.
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Level 52
Jun 11, 2020
I'll take my Martin Luther, JS Bach, Florence Nightengale, JRR Tolkien, Mother Teresa, and Dr. Martin Luther King...you can have your Kathy Griffin, Lance Armstrong, Marilyn Manson, and CM Punk. Fun game, Kal.
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Level 80
Jul 31, 2020
Mother Teresa was a horrible person who deliberately kept people in pain and suffering because she thought this would bring them closer to her imaginary friend. Marilyn Manson, in addition to being a talented musician and performer, is an intelligent and well-spoken guy.

That aside, the point was that Aesthus saying billions of people are on his side of the argument (and then, as if that's some kind of epic mic drop, "deal with it!") is a dumb argument. You didn't get it, though, not surprisingly.
This will continue to be a dumb argument when religious people ultimately become outnumbered by atheists in the future, and if I'm still alive then I'll continue pointing out that it's a dumb argument.
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Level 86
Dec 14, 2016
Actually the Catholic Church did not ignore what Protestants term the Second Commandment - in Catholicism it is part of the First Commandment. And apparently Lutherans follow the same numbering as Catholics.
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Level 58
Jul 7, 2017
Thank you!
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Level 2
Jun 11, 2012
Nice One! You should make more religion quizzes. I'm suprised most people don't get covet but my sixth grade teacher ground that into me... so it was easy.
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Level 62
Nov 13, 2014
I have never even heard the word "covet"... :D It's hard to try to translate the Commandments to English because there are used difficult words :D
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Level 79
Mar 13, 2015
"Covet" is another word for human nature. It makes one question god's motivations for pronouncing it a sin.
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Level 37
May 31, 2017
Covet means longing for something to which you have no right. Like your friend's sweater... or your neighbor's wife/husband.
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Level 63
Jun 12, 2012
STL1994, the catholic bible (basically the same as a protestant bible, only with additional books) lists the 10 commandments as they are here.
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Level 20
Oct 29, 2012
Yes, but the Roman Catholic Church got rid of the second commandment and split the tenth commandment into both nine and ten.
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Level 86
Oct 31, 2017
Check your sources first. The second one is part of the first one in the Catholic Church.
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Level 29
Jun 14, 2012
Only missed covet
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Level 4
Jul 6, 2012
10/10 yeah buddy
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Level 32
Aug 31, 2012
STL1994 is correct. Catholics number the 10 Commandments differently from Protestants.
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Level 20
Oct 29, 2012
These are not the ten commandments I know... I was raised Catholic, so we don't have the second one, and the tenth one is split into nine and ten.
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Level 34
Dec 16, 2015
Same here. I'm Catholic and it seems the commandments on this quiz differ in that they split the first commandment into two, bump commandments 2-8 down a peg, and combine the 9th and 10th commandment into one.
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Level 20
Nov 16, 2012
I'm not religious nor have I ever read any parts of the bible or whatever and I got 6/10 right, so I did pretty good =)
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Level 24
Dec 30, 2012
wheee 10 outta 10 whoop whoop
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Level 29
Jan 19, 2013
I managed to get 10/10 despite avoiding religion pretty much my entire life. yay?
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Level 80
Jan 27, 2013
The non-religious typically know religion better than the religious, which is why they are non-religious.
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Level 80
Jan 26, 2014
A common opinion of those who are religious is that what's really important is that you just "feel" your way to the truth.
I'm sure this is helpful because once you start looking at the actual facts, reading the actual texts, and studying the real history and material effects of any religion versus the claims made by its founders, it is almost impossible to believe in it anymore.
So, yes Jbam I agree with you, if what you want is to fall headlong into a delusional dreamworld a.k.a. change your life, then it is better to remain willfully ignorant and focus on your "relationship" with "god"- basically talking to yourself. There's a reason why "god" always knows precisely how you feel, and how to comfort you, and what makes sense to you. And there's a reason why everyone who believes in this sort of thing always thinks that god agrees with them, and yet still disagree with billions of other people who think the same thing. God = ego.
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Level 80
Jan 26, 2014
I used to be a devout Christian by the way but I, unlike you, actually cared about what was true and what wasn't; and what was good and what wasn't; so I spent more time learning and less time communing with myself. Best of luck on your own journey Jbam. I'll pray for you...
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Level 50
Oct 28, 2014
Kalbahamut, if what you say is true, then what about the times when we feel disconnected? When we feel like He doesn't understand? What's going on then? And also if you're an atheist who are you praying to? How can you pray for Jbam if you're an atheist?
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Level 80
Nov 10, 2014
mr. cookie, we all deal with self-doubt from time to time. This is especially true if the things we believe and base our lives on don't really reflect what we see or experience. So, while we may be talking to ourselves and eventually we'll always come around (or lose our faith), when we expect some supernatural agency to intervene in the world based on those conversations and we can't find any evidence that it does or has... this can make us feel confused or disconnected.

As far as praying goes, does it make a difference? It's basically just ritualized wishing. Some religions there is more wishing than ritual, and others more ritual than wishing. Though in any case it's just downright condescending to end a message to someone this way. Just like telling someone who doesn't believe in your invisible friend that they need a change in their life. I was joking to illustrate a point. That's all.
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Level 78
Nov 10, 2014
Kalbahamut, I'm a Christian - not a perfect one by any yardstick - but I hope I don't cram my beliefs down anyone's throat. I have noticed that many atheists seem to wear their nonbeliefs like a badge of honor and can't wait to tell believers how wrong and stupid we are for believing in whatever religion we follow, yet they resent if we try to explain why we believe as we do. Most of us follow whatever religion we were taught as children, but I hope I've come a long way from thinking that God was an old man sitting on a cloud in the sky making checkmarks by my name every time I do something wrong. Still, I see nothing wrong with my choice to follow a man who taught us to help others in need and treat people fairly. What I believe about his origins is my choice, and others are free to disagree. But just as you do not like religious people telling you that you are wrong not to believe, I do not like atheists telling me that I am not as smart or enlightened because I do.
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Level 80
Nov 10, 2014
I didn't say you weren't smart and I don't see any atheists getting upset because of people explaining why they believe what they believe. There are plenty of other things that religious people often do that make them upset, but that's not one of them.
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Level 80
Nov 10, 2014
I'm quite relaxed. If it seems otherwise then you are reading my comments with the wrong tone of voice in your head. :-/
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Level 67
Jun 2, 2016
I think the reason that atheists are perceived as being quick to judge other peoples beliefs is because those beliefs work their way into political and social arguments where they don't belong. if you say that something should be illegal because it says so in the bible, I'm gonna fight you on that. same thing if you try to deny something that's scientifically provable, and so will most atheists. but I will not tell anyone that they shouldn't have beliefs, or that they are dumb for having them. on the other hand, there are some people who like to do that. mainly because there are assholes in every group of people
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Level 80
Jul 15, 2017
@JusPal, it's also entirely condescending to say that knowing your god will change my life.

If you honestly believe nothing in science disproves the Bible, you either don't know science, don't know the Bible, or you are a liar. The Bible is disproven by science, by history, by philosophy, by mathematics, by geology, by cosmology, by common sense, by logic, and even by itself as it is internally contradictory.
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Level 54
Oct 31, 2017
So if science and religion disagree, why are there so many scientists (~30-60% of those researched in a study by the Pew Research Society) who are religious?
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Level 80
Nov 13, 2017
Which study are you talking about Aesthus? and what field of science were they trained in? I've seen different polls from different sources. The only ones I've seen that found 60% were religious were usually conducted in the United States and included a wide range of people under the banner "scientists" including grade school science teachers, meteorologists, doctors, social scientists (sociologists etc) and other people who never had to publish any actual research. There is an oft-cited statistic (now 17 years old, I imagine the present-day figure is even higher) that 93% of members of the elite National Academy of Sciences self-reported as atheist or agnostic, with the large bulk being atheist, and that figure jumped even higher if you only looked at scientists in certain fields like biology and cosmology where believers are extremely rare and Biblical literalists are non-existent.
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Level 80
Nov 13, 2017
Assuming even that your 30% figure is accurate, that's still less than half the proportion of believers in the general population. So... clearly a proper education and disbelief in the supernatural are positively linked.

As to why there are still 7% of the members of the NAS who still believe in god? That's a good question. My only guess is that self-delusion can be a powerful thing. I speak from personal experience as someone who discovered that his faith was incorrect. I know it can be a difficult thing to set aside beliefs that are so important to you. Some people can't do it... so they compartmentalize their brain to protect the beliefs they don't want to let go of from the information that would endanger those beliefs.
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Level 59
Sep 4, 2018
I also think this is an interesting question. I think a lot of enlightenment can be shed on the question by comparing it to another: "why do so many well-educated people believe in free will (or at least act as if they do)?" The answer is because although there is also no scientific evidence to support its existence, it feels so uncannily like we do have free will. People will take any rebuttal to reasons why it can't exist as evidence that it does simply because to begin with we are already so biased towards its existence. The physicist Jim Al-Khalili has argued that because of chaos theory there is no way of predicting what will happen in the future in a complex system, leaving room for free will. Although psychology and neurology have gone significantly further, they are also far from disproving the existence of free will. There is also the fact that people are often capable of holding two contradictory beliefs at once and continuing to believe them even when this is pointed out.
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Level 80
Jul 31, 2020
The commenter who told me that I needed god in my life and that he was going to pray for me has been raptured.
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Level 80
Apr 27, 2013
It would be fun to turn this quiz into a MadLibs...
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Level 39
Mar 25, 2014
The 11th commandment: Thou shalt do the dance!
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Level 20
Apr 1, 2014
Wow, I only got six...
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Level 44
May 25, 2014
There's actually a couple of these I haven't broken...
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Level 45
Nov 10, 2014
10/10....not bad for someone who isn't religious (though in all fairness i was raised jewish)
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Level 81
Nov 10, 2014
You forgot the Second Commandment, the one about Americans owning guns.
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Level 80
Nov 10, 2014
haha, good one.
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Level 78
Nov 10, 2014
Can't believe I forgot covet. I'm really jealous of those of you who got it. :)
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Level 72
Nov 10, 2014
Fundamentalism on this topic, down to the finer points of translation, is almost funny given the many and various translations across the several bridge languages, eventually to modern English, which was, after all, good enough for Jesus Christ.
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Level 60
Dec 17, 2016
Jesus spoke English?
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Level 59
Nov 14, 2014
I missed #6 - no killing. Of course, living in U.S., the land of state sanctioned and performed murders, that's no surprise.
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Level 56
Apr 10, 2015
I'm surprised kill wasn't number one in which people get correct. I mean come on guys shouldn't that be what first comes to mind? Don't kill other people?
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Level 37
Mar 30, 2017
Isn't it ironic that the commandment says "Thou shalt not kill" yet, centuries after this commandment was given, Jesus had to prevent a mob from stoning an adulteress to death? - This is one reason why, though I believe in the Supreme Being and his only begotten son, Jesus Christ, I have ZERO respect for organized religion.
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Level 57
Jan 5, 2016
"respect" for "honor"?
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Level 41
Apr 5, 2016
Thou shalt not envy?...
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Level 42
Jun 5, 2017
Thou shall not covet, Thou shall not envy, pretty much the same thing
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Level 44
Aug 16, 2016
Everyone is acting like these are the only commandments given by God in the Bible. This are just 10 that were put into a list for Moses. Also, the sixth amendment is originally translated "Thou shalt not murder", meaning shed innocent blood.
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Level 37
Dec 14, 2016
Originally "translated", not actually written.
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Level 67
Jul 7, 2017
Jesus don't like killin', no matter what the reasons for.
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Level 42
Jun 5, 2017
I thought #2 was grabben :/
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Level 56
Jul 7, 2017
Me before quiz: oh I went to catholic school for six years I got this Me after quiz: yeah eights not thaaaat bad
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Level 51
Jul 7, 2017
What happened to 'Do unto others...'?
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Level 37
Jul 31, 2017
LOL - That is the Golden Rule, not one of the Ten Commandments.
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Level 80
May 20, 2018
The "golden rule" is far more sensical than the 10 commandments, and probably older. We have examples of variations on this axiom from ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, ancient India, ancient Persia, among other places.
In Jewish and Rabbincal tradition, Hillel the elder emphasized this: "What is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow: this is the whole Torah; the rest is the explanation; go and learn." Jesus summarized the Torah in a similar way: "Do to others what you want them to do to you... This is the meaning of the law of Moses and the teaching of the prophets"
Muhammad, also, made similar statements about common sense and decency superseding religious scripture. I can't find the exact quote now but it's something like "if you think a thing is evil it is evil, if you think a thing is good it is good."... something along these lines basically: you have judgment, use it.
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Level 80
May 20, 2018
I like to bring up these verses to believers to point out that, even according to their most revered prophets, religion is evil. For instance, the Bible instructs you to murder your neighbor if they pick up sticks on a Saturday. But if that were me I'd prefer to not be killed for it. I wouldn't want to be stoned to death on my father's doorstep for not being a virgin on my wedding night, either, so I wouldn't do that to someone. And, though I had this done to me, if I had had a choice in the matter I wouldn't want to have been indoctrinated in the superstition, fear, and hate of the religious tradition that I was brought up in. If god gave me a brain, judgment, reason, intellect, and my senses I feel like it would be somehow wrong to not use them. Using them, we can see that religion is a great evil and that gods are an invention of man. Muhammad, Jesus, and Hillel the Elder agree on this: we have the capacity to reason our way to moral truths. We don't need old books for that.
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Level 16
May 2, 2020
I also do not need Muslims, Zoroastrians, Buddhists, Hindus, atheists, etc., to ask for an opinion without reason from the Bible! It really happened, but all that you said ended when Jesus died on the cross, but now he lives and is in heaven at the right hand of God. But the choice is yours if you want to go to hell. Why did you do this questionnaire if you complained about the Word of God?!
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Level 80
May 3, 2020
source?
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Level 16
May 4, 2020
What source? I don´t understand you...
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Level 83
May 6, 2020
The source that proves everything in the Bible really happened. Other than the Bible itself.
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Level 80
May 6, 2020
Right. Also, that Jesus lives in heaven, and that if I don't believe this I'm going to Hell.
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Level 16
May 6, 2020
Jacktheguy, The Qur'an came from Muhammad. The book of Mormons came from Joseph Smith. But the Bible is unique among the many sacred books in the world. It was not written by a single person. On the contrary, the Old and New Testaments were written by 40 different authors, from Asia, Africa and Europe, over a period of 1600 years. Bible writers - even over such a long period of time - all delivered the same basic message: the God who created the heavens and the earth provided a way for people to get to know him personally. In addition to singular authorship, the Bible also has the best history of prophecies that were later fulfilled prophecies show why writers could write: "Thus saith the Lord ..." - they were speaking for Him who knows "the end from the beginning" (Isaiah 46:10)
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Level 16
May 6, 2020
Not quite like Kalbahumut. God gave you free will, but you need to be aware of the consequences of your actions. One of the consequences of choosing not to accept God and not believe in Jesus sacrifice on the cross is go to hell. Did you understand?
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Level 83
May 6, 2020
So multiple people over the course of hundreds of years spread out over three different continents telling the same story means it’s true? So does that also mean everything that happened in Beowulf is true? Or The Iliad and The Odyssey? Just because multiple people may or may not have written down these stories doesn’t make it any more true.
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Level 16
May 7, 2020
Jacktheguy, the same thing happens to atheists, Buddhists, Hindus, Zoroastrians, etc. They can be in all parts of the planet. But does that also mean that you and they are right? There is no use escaping.
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Level 83
May 7, 2020
Clearly I'm dealing with a delusional person. I see no use going forward because he doesn't know what the hell he's talking about.
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Level 16
May 7, 2020
Do not know!? Have pity! You don't know either! If you resist my thoughts, take your beliefs away from me. I don't want to create discussions for a distorted subject. The only illusion here is you!
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Level 80
May 8, 2020
Jack is an illusion? Wow, cool.
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Level 16
May 8, 2020
It's not just him, you're also Kalbahamut.
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Level 80
May 8, 2020
I'm sorry. Both your intellect and your mastery of English make it impossible for you to actually engage in serious conversation. I feel like if I go on responding to you it's just going to appear abusive and one-sided since you lack the capacity to even defend yourself. So... I'm probably just going to ignore you from now on, for he most part.
Anyway if you are really interested in this subject I suggest looking it up and reading about it. Moses is definitely mythical. And Jesus may be entirely mythical as well, but, whether he is or not, the many contradictory accounts of his life as told in the Gospels certainly have been heavily mythologized, and the true historical Jesus remains elusive. This is the broad historical consensus, even amongst educated believers qualified to have an opinion on the subject.
If you wish to have the last word go ahead. I'm done.
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Level 16
May 9, 2020
I'll be honest again (unlike you), I used the translator, but I do have intellect I have no defense?! You can only be kidding! Give me examples of mythical and wrong things in the Bible regarding Moses and Jesus! I do read, but you say you do, and lazily, for sure. Well, this subject is really distorted so we must stop here. Good afternoon.
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Level 80
Jul 31, 2020
How and where am I being dishonest? I know I said I'd let you have the last word so I won't make further argument. Just wondering. You always do that "I know you are but what am I" thing, though.
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Level 61
Aug 28, 2020
@MG17, JetPunk is not a church. We do not need to know your religious beliefs. Some may take offense to them.
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Level 28
Jul 7, 2017
Finished with 3:42 and I'm 11... but I just learned them in church so it was unfairly easy.
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Level 61
Jul 7, 2017
graven?
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Level 61
Jul 7, 2017
Graven-..I went to Catholic church, Catholic High School, and Catholic college. Never heard Graven where i went. Maybe it varies by region.
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Level 37
Oct 31, 2017
Since the Catholic Church worships through graven images, it would be logical that they would eliminate that prohibition from their version the ten commandments,don't you think?
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Level 80
May 20, 2018
yep. and that's what they did. The definition of Cafeteria Catholics. Not that Protestants are really any better.
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Level 16
May 2, 2020
Eu sou um cristão protestante. O cristianismo é dividido entre católicos e protestantes, mas não acredito nisso. Se o mandamento de Deus é: Você não terá outros deuses diante de mim, como um católico pode ser considerado cristão quando há um bilhão de outros santos para eles? Aqui no Brasil, é um caso perdido, mais da metade da população é católica romana. Tem até igreja dedicada à Santa Maria Mãe de Deus! Para mim é uma triste realidade ... Apenas rezando.
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Level 80
May 3, 2020
Every religious tradition makes the same weak arguments about why they are right and everyone else is wrong. And they make them in multiple languages, apparently. The fact of the matter is none of you have any more reason to think you are right than any other religious person. You all believe in things without evidence, which is far more detrimental to arriving at the truth than praying to a saint.
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Level 16
May 4, 2020
That has no evidence what! The evidence is in the Bible! In the word of God! You also have no reason to say that I'm wrong! If you read the Bible, you will discover the evidence you said, and you will still get salvation.
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Level 83
May 6, 2020
The Bible is not a credible source for the real world.
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Level 80
May 6, 2020
I've read the Bible. As I've said before on other quizzes, reading the Bible carefully is the fastest way to become an atheist. It's just so obviously made up. Read it critically, or study it in an historical, anthropological, literary, scientific, or comparative religion context, and this becomes even more clear than it is after an initial perusal.
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Level 80
May 6, 2020
MG, have you ever had a conversation with a Muslim where they told you that the Qu'ran was the evidence that Muhammad was a divinely inspired prophet and that Islam was true? How quickly did you dismiss their claims when they said this?
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Level 16
May 6, 2020
Kalbahumut, I never had conversations with Muslims. Jacktheguy, since when is it unreliable?! In addition to singular authorship, the Bible also has the best history of prophecies that were later fulfilled in detail. For example, several Old Testament prophets made more than 300 specific prophecies about the coming of the Messiah, where he would be born, where he would grow up, etc. They were all perfectly fulfilled by Jesus Christ hundreds of years later. These and many other fulfilled prophecies show why writers could write: "Thus saith the Lord ..." - they were speaking for Him who knows "the end from the beginning" (Isaiah 46:10).
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Level 16
May 6, 2020
For example, imagine that you collect biographies of former American President John F. Kennedy. One biography says that JFK devoted ten years of his life living as a preacher in South Africa. Another says that he frequently gave speeches in Mandarin Chinese. But when you ask those who were close to the former president, they emphatically answer that JFK was never a preacher, never lived in South Africa and never spoke Mandarin. The credibility of these biographies is out of the question today. However, if numerous sources reported these facts about JFK, the repetition of that information would make it appear to be true.
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Level 16
May 6, 2020
Considering Jesus, there are four New Testament books (called gospels) that give precise details about Jesus' life. Who wrote the gospels? Two of these books were written by men who knew Jesus personally and traveled with Him for more than three years. (Matthew and John), the other two books were written by people very close to Jesus' apostles. Each of the four authors recorded very detailed accounts of Jesus' life. As you might expect from several writers who write about the life of a real person, there is agreement in the facts, but there are also uniqueness and variations in the presentations. And each biography is presented without sensationalism or creative flourishes, but in a journalistic style of the “this is how it was” type.
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Level 16
May 6, 2020
The messages in the gospels also indicate authenticity. Thus, the content of Jesus' messages and his interactions with others are obviously unique and precisely determined over time. His statements were different from what was currently taught in Judaism. And his teachings omitted topics that the early Church probably would have liked Jesus to teach. This confirms that the biographers were correct, not attributing words to Jesus from a later perspective.
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Level 16
May 6, 2020
How quickly would I ask, Kalbahumut? I would ask where the evidence is outside the Qur'an. As Jacktheguy said the Bible is unreliable, the Qur'an will be even more so. Now, it is serious: you are trying to find weaknesses in what a child says, and yet you are losing horribly to me. If you don't believe in the Bible, that's your problem. I do not want to create arguments without reason for those who want to live a worse after death.
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Level 83
May 6, 2020
“In addition to singular authorship, the Bible also has the best history of prophecies that were later fulfilled in detail.”

But earlier you said the Bible was not written by a single person, so which is it? What do you think singular authorship means? Because I’m getting two different answers here.

Your arguments are ridiculous. Find a better source to back up that 300 specific prophecies claim because I can’t find any mention of this from sources that don’t come from Christian propaganda sites. There is no evidence for any of the claims you mentioned that have been proven to have actually happened in real life.

The Bible is a book full of claims. Claims are not evidence. If you provide me with evidence outside of the Bible that proves you correct, then I will gladly take the “horrible loss.” So please, don’t tell me I’m going to hell without giving me a specific reason to believe you.

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Level 16
May 7, 2020
Jacktheguy, the singular authorship I said, means that it is the only true story, that really happened. There are no two different answers. These people were expired by God to write the Bible, so it is unique authorship, He practically wrote the Bible, but people were used. Also show me proof that your deities are right, I am not grass for a donkey to like me. Let's see who is going to be ridiculous. Why do you think that only you are the "darling" and will you always be correct? Furthermore, how will you know that it is Christian advertising? There are reasons to believe me. Reading the Bible, you will have salvation. But if you don't listen to me, that's your problem.
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Level 83
May 7, 2020
Now you're just making things up. Again, evidence OUTSIDE the Bible? Do you have it? If not, then I'm not going to listen to you anymore. I'm willing to bet you haven't done ANY research beyond the Bible and for that reason I have no desire to continue this conversation forward. Go ahead and live your life the way you want to. Because if you're trying to convince me that the Bible is "the only true story, that really happened," you're doing a terrible job at it. Good day.
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Level 80
May 8, 2020
"Kalbahumut, I never had conversations with Muslims." ... yeah. obviously. Thank you for your honesty. Now... go out and have some experiences in the world and then come back and talk to us.
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Level 16
May 8, 2020
Jacktheguy, making it up!? You just don't want to know the truth because of your recklessness! You don't even know where I looked! Now I also don't want to create discussions because of distorted issues. Go ahead, go your way, parade around, take off your pants, but the next word you have on me, you will regret it. Good afternoon. Kalbahamut, I'm glad I'm honest, different from you. I didn't and I won't have conversations with Muslims, by the way, I'm still a CHILD remember?! Also ask a Church pastor, if only I do the things you say here. I already have my experiences around the world. Come back and tell me what you have learned and that you are sorry for these barbarities. Good afternoon too.
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Level 80
May 8, 2020
MG, I don't remember you ever stating how old you are. If you're a child, okay, that explains some things. But my advice remains the same. Grow up, gain some life experiences, before engaging in such debates online with people. You'll have less to feel embarrassed about when you are older and wiser.
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Level 16
May 10, 2020
Of course I didn't say my age! Why would anyone want to know that? There are also fraudsters. Simply, in my opinion. Then, I tried to explain better, and at the same time, answer, but ok, I think it ended today, good afternoon.
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Level 82
Jan 7, 2018
Thou shall not ...pass?
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Level 25
May 20, 2018
At first, I thought it said comments...
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Level 23
Oct 10, 2018
This quiz should be entitled 'Non-Catholic 10 Commandments', or similar.
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Level 22
May 2, 2020
10/10. Not bad for an atheist.
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Level 16
May 2, 2020
Marvelous quiz!!!!!
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Level 67
Jul 20, 2020
Doesn't this seem to have about a minute too much time for just a few type-ins?