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Tuesday, January 30, 2007


Billy D

86%. There were a couple I froze on. Some of the alternate answers...funny stuff.

Jack Dwyer

I got 100% too, but I didn't expect to... I couldn't remember David's Great Grandmother, but took a punt that it was Ruth (look up the movie The Story of Ruth). I also decided that Job probably didn't have any friends, and that those three characters had to be pals of Daniel... And so it went on.

So, I'm really pleased and amazed with my score, but isn't that now the vile sin of false Biblical pride?! Damn...


93%. I had to guess on 2. I liked question 20, and I wanted to say that it was Strom Thurmond...

Qualis Rex

Yeah...93% for me too. Not really an OT scholar (or fan).


100%, she humbly says. But, why does no one like the OT!? I love was the OT that finally converted me to Catholicism.

Joseph D'Hippolito

Well, I took this test and I got 100 percent, as well. So what? Some of the multiple-choice answers were so ridiculous that practically anybody could get a high score.


Jack Dwyer,

Are you sure you answered that Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar were friends of Daniel?

Jack Dwyer

Yes, Patrick, and I've just checked and it's wrong, and I still got 100% score!!! Hmmm... This can't be the Ultimate Bible Quiz after all...!!! And, I like the O.T., Qualis Rex; I really do!!!

Some Day

Yeah I got a 98%.
The order of the books threw me.

The OT talks about chastisement and a God that punishes wickedness.

Sor...Happy to break it to you...

Same God.


You know the Bible 98%!

Wow! You are awesome! You are a true Biblical scholar, not just a hearer but a personal reader! The books, the characters, the events, the verses - you know it all! You are fantastic!

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