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 co...
Scripture wasn’t used in right context
I absolutely love the thought of a game that will help you gain Biblical Wisdom, however if you are looking to grow in your walk with God I do not recommend this app. Some of theses questions are good Biblical questions that will really make you think, and the answers are Biblically correct. Sadly many of the questions are taken out of context, and used wrong. For example, one of the questions was “Is Jesus coming back?” And the correct answer was no, I I was shocked at this and knew it wasn’t Biblically accurate. When it showed me that the answer was no the verse they used to back it up was John 14:19 “A little while longer and the world will see me no more, but you will see me, because I will live you will also live.” Which in that verse Jesus was telling his disciples that he was soon going to ascend to Heaven.
Increased cognitive skills regarding your spirit. Help to understand different parts of the Bible. Very organized to take a test based up on different levels as well as the amount of questions you are able to answer at that time. Give you immediate answers and where to find the answer it in your Bible to help for a better study guide as well and increased knowledge. I like this app because our word says the people perish from a lack of knowledge. Answering a question with the wrong answer, then given the correct answer and where to find it. Increase learning and a great study guide to increase knowledge.
No pressure (“so far”) to make IN-APP “purchases.” Questions are very original: “angles” on topics, & questions worded in ways that I’ve previously never pondered/considered. Easy, though somewhat “limited”, format. Tonight is my first night using this app (no ads, “so far”, although if I don’t make any purchases, I’ll have no objections to ads). As long as it stays interesting with continued new questions that don’t have to be purchased, my rating will stay the same. If I start getting bombarded to “make purchases” or if the questions start repeating - I will come back and change my rating accordingly.😃
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.
Very good tool for learning the Bible
This is the best bible quiz so far. My only problem is that some of the answers are based on personal interpretation rather than direct scriptures. For example saying that Jesus went to hell after his death is a matter of interpretation. Hell in this case is integrated as the grave in other parts of the Bible. How can Jesus go to hell? Besides that I truly enjoy the fill in the blanks. I also don’t see the necessity of asking questions about how many chapters are in in each book. There were no chapters in the original writings. So what is the point and what do we learn. Otherwise a very good tool for learning the Bible. Thanks
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.
Some non-Biblical answers
One question was will the world see Jesus again according to John 14:19. Optional answers, believers only, yes, even those in hell, no and one other one. That Scripture says (Jesus speaking) “after a little while the world will no longer see Me; but you will see me; because I live you will live also.” He’s referencing His death as to why the world would not see Him after a little while. The app said the answer is “no”. ???? For one, Scripture says He will return and everyone will see. Second, IF it just wanted to go by that Scripture alone, Jesus is telling His disciples that they will still see Him and know Him because they believe. Definitely a game that you would need to test against Scriptures before believing everything that it says.
I downloaded this app thinking it might be a fun way to test my knowledge. However, I have found it to contain incorrect answers. For example, asking how often we should take the Lord’s supper, the answer they say is “correct” is once a year....the “proof texts” they provide say nothing of the sort(nor does anywhere else in the Bible). I think the concept of this app is great, but I also think it should either be done correctly or not at all....there is no in between when it comes to presenting Scripture. The text says what it says. If the creators don’t like what it says, they should not try to project their own ideas onto it for whoever decides to try this app.
For those who are new to the word of God, it would be nice when the selection is wrong, having the ability to go exactly to the book where the correct answer is found would reinforce to memory. Why are all nick names taken when rating is less than 5 star? I had to give a 5 star in order to post a review. Is this a Christian app?
I think it is good but questions are more for a Bible scholar. Most do not know how many books or chapters there are in some of the questions. Also some of the people in questions are not studied as closely as would a Bible scholar would. For the average Christian it was hard. But it does make you open your Bible and check some of the answers. I would prefer the questions to help you grow not just be knowledgeable about how many chapters etc
This app is great for the game play and for general Bible review. But I was alarmed when I read the explanation of John 14:28 as “God is greater than Jesus,” when that is not what it says at all - or what the Bible teaches at all. John 1:1 clearly states Jesus IS God, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word WAS God.” In John 5:23, Jesus clearly stated that it was the Father’s will that “all men should honor the Son, EVEN AS THEY HONOR THE FATHER.” The context of John 14:28 is Jesus about to return to Heaven and to the full expression of His glory with the Father which He had temporarily given up in His humiliation on earth. Major errors like this are cause to certainly shield children and the unlearned from being misled.
I love this bible trivia game, but the timer with each question does not have a pause or stop button so you can look up the scripture to find the answer. I tried looking up the scripture that was given in the question, but the timer runs out before I can find the answer. Maybe you can work on this please. Thank you.
Ok Bible trivia app
I appreciate a Bible game but it seems the answers are designed to trick not educate. I had the question, “In the last days, where will all nations look for God?” I answered in the mountains based on Isaiah 2:2: “In the last days the mountain of the house of YaHWeH will be established as the chief of the mountains...”. I got it wrong. You referenced Micah 4:2; Zechariah 8:23. If the answer is ambiguous don’t ask it or accept multiple correct answers all based on Scriptures! Thanks.
I just started using this app this year. For me, I have to say the questions are challenging. It does, however, encourage me to study more often, as well as, look up the correct answers. I really thought I knew more. I’m finding out that I seriously need to read my Bible more. This app will definitely help me study a little more or should I say a lot more. Thank you for the app.
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