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Hello Virilyans! After some few days of taking a rest for a while, I am back once again to give you another mind-boggling quiz that you may learn something new today. This time, I am going to introduce another new quiz series which I will challenge your wit about history’s most influential figures. For the first part of my quiz. I am going to feature Jesus Christ who ranks at the top spot on a famous ranking website ranker

Are you a Christian or a  wide reader of the Bible? if you are then this quiz is just an easy peasy for you.

Take this quiz and make sure to get 9/15 for a passing score. If you get 12/15 and above then you are indeed a Biblical scholar.

Good luck and please share this with your friends.

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  • Jesus was a fairly common name in the first half of the first century A.D. which means what?

    • God saves
    • God reigns
    • God forgives
    • God weeps
  • According to Biblical scholars, Jesus did not have a last name like us in the 21st century. Christ is not his last name, but a title that means what?

    • The Almighty One
    • The Omnipotent One
    • The Chosen One
    • The Anointed One
  • Although millions of people celebrate the birth of Jesus on December 25, most scholars agree that he wasn’t born on that day. His birthday is celebrated in December because that was the date of the Jewish Festival of Lights called what?

    • Hanukkah
    • Yom Kippur
    • Rosh Chodesh
    • Rosh Hashanah
  • People have been using “Xmas” since the 1500s. If you say “Xmas” you’re not taking the “Christ” out of “Christmas”. “X,” is the first letter of Christ’s name which is derived from a twenty-second Greek letter called what?

    • eta
    • theta
    • chi
    • omikron
  • Who is John the Baptist to Jesus?

    • first cousin
    • uncle
    • second cousin
    • half-brother
  • Jesus is frequently addressed as “Rabbi”. The word Rabbi originates from the Hebrew which literally means what?

    • preacher
    • teacher
    • master
    • savior
  • The perfume a woman, called Mary, poured on Jesus is said to be worth more than a year’ wages. The Greek translation puts this as more than 300 Roman denarii. In today’s currency, that precious perfume poured out on Jesus’ feet costs how much?

    • $30,000
    • $50,000
    • $10,000
    • $20,000
  • What is the significant number that represents Jesus’ number of days fasting, number of months he preached, and number of days that separate his ascension and resurrection?

    • 30
    • 20
    • 40
    • 50
  • Jesus raised three persons from the dead. Which of the following is not?

    • the son of widow in Nain
    • a soldier in Gethsemane
    • Jairus’ daughter
    • Lazarus
  • Jesus was under such extreme stress, when He was praying in the Garden of Gethsemane before His crucifixion, that His sweat became like “giant drops of blood falling to the ground”. Only Luke, a doctor, mentions this happening to Jesus. The medical term for this is what?

    • hematoma
    • hematohidrosis
    • hematosis
    • hematuria
  • Today in many churches, when Jesus’ cross is displayed, the letters INRI are placed on the sign above the cross. INRI is an abbreviation for “Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum”, which is the Latin translation for what?

    • Jesus of Nazareth, The King of the Jews
    • Jesus of Nazareth, The Savior of Jews
    • Jesus of Nazareth, The God of Jews
    • Jesus of Nazareth, The Prince of Peace
  • The name of the place where Jesus Christ was crucified is called Golgotha which is also called as what?

    • Place of the Sinners
    • Place of the Dead
    • Place of the Skull
    • Place of the Exile
  • The 30 pieces of silver Judas received to betray Jesus was 30 Roman Denarii, which are roughly equivalent to an average American accepting payment of about what?

    • $5,600
    • $1,000
    • $3,800
    • $4,200
  • Which of the following Hollywood actors played as Jesus Christ in one of the best-selling films about the life of Jesus in a movie called The Passion of the Christ?

    • Diogo Morgado
    • Willem Dafoe
    • Jim Caviezel
    • Ewan McGregor
  • Which of the following is the tallest statue of Jesus Christ with a height of 108 feet tall?

    • Chirst the King, Poland
    • Cristo della Minerva, Italy
    • Monument to the Divine Savior of the World, El Salvador
    • Christ the Redeemer, Brazil

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    • congrats for your passing score Norman…yeah you are right it should be “master” it’s just maybe I forgot to double check on to mark that right answer…and I am sorry for that…so that gives you a score of 10…thanks for the notice Norman… 🙂

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