One of the First Bible Trivia apps without any ads that would take your attention from the Word of God – Works Offline.
-After you answer the question, it will show you if it is correct or not and show the scripture reference.
-Ability to save the score online and see how well you did compared with others
-We also offer a free booklet by mail: "How to Study the Bible."
-Bible Trivia contains close to 1000 questions, ranging from easy to difficult. This will test not only how much we know, but also how much we are applying in our lives.
One of the best apps for a true and honest Christian. Every question is based on a scripture; there is no interpretation; the Bible is the only source.
This is not only a theoretical app, but has questions regarding our salvation and Christian development.
The app works offline unless you want to upload the score. Make sure you update each time to get the new questions.
Bible Quiz – The best way to learn the Bible and be a true Christian.
Ratings and Reviews
The game is fun and there are some great questions that make you think; however, lots of the questions they ask have very wrong answers. An example being asked where Jesus went after he died, and the "correct" answer being hell, when that is actually found not to be true with scripture. He in fact went to one part of Sheol known as paradise, and upon choosing that answer it's wrong? There are a lot more things you can see they have wrong if you have a general knowledge of the Bible, and the verses they provide to justify their answers are often taken out of context. If you're looking to expand your Biblical knowledge I recommend staying away, but if you're looking for more questions you can ask yourself, you may like it. Just tread lightly and test everything against scripture and you'll find more truth that way.
Fun & informative but some inaccuracies
Good UI, easy to use and challenging but some of the ‘correct’ answers are just plain wrong, hence three stars. For example - Question (paraphrased): What will eventually happen to satan? Answer: will be destroyed. The game uses Rom 16:20 as the reference but this has nothing to do with destroying satan, that is obliterating him. Rev 20:10 is the actual eventual permanent state of satan: eternal torment in the lake of fire (but he will never be destroyed, in the ultimate existential sense of the word). Interestingly, other answers which many would consider wrong - such as the fact that Jesus did descend into the abyss (Rom 10:7) - the game author gets right. Overall a fun way to test your knowledge of scripture, albeit in a mostly trivial manner.
There is one answer that you put in the right answer and it counts it wrong. “How many loaves of shewbread were on the table in the Holy of the tabernacle?” The correct answer is 12, but it will count it wrong when you click on 12. When you click on the one above it, 24, then it will count it right and tell you that you are correct, there were 12 loaves. Other than that, I always encourage you to let the Holy Spirit interpret passages for you. Never rely on man. However, it’s a fun game, and it does increase your biblical knowledge and raise questions for study and further review.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.