Bible Trivia is a fun way to study the Bible, Test your Bible knowledge by guessing the work with all clues created from Bible verses.

FEATURES:
– Hand-crafted questions by alum at Dallas Theological Seminary
– Questions taken from Genesis and Revelation and everything in-between
– Test your knowledge on what Jesus said
– Hear audio clues spoken in a British language. You need to download JUST for that alone!
– Helps you remember Bible verses with fill-in-the-blank clues
– See the explanation of where of the answer came from.

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Customer reviews (verified). Average user rating 4.7 out of 5

Seth Shaffer 7 August 2016 (User rating 4 out of 5)
“Fun app, a couple issues This app is great! It’s great trivia for individuals and even for families to test their knowledge of Scripture! HOWEVER, the Scriptures are only based on the NIV (New International Version) of the Bible. This makes some of the answers (e.g., Beelzebul (NIV) versus Beelzebub (KJV)) difficult to answer because of a letter difference. Could use some work. Also, the +3 coins I’m earning per correct answer are not showing up. Minor glitch. But overall, great app!”

Ike Port 27 August 2016. (User rating 4 out of 5)
“Fun and challenging I love this game because unlike so many other bible games it actually challenges you. There’s just a few errors in spelling and it won’t give me the three coins each time you beat a level. But hey, that’s what Google’s for right??!! Also it would be great if it was in the King James version. Anyway that’s why I gave this game 4 stars.”

Rev C. Lewis Husch 28 February 2016. (User rating 3 out of 5)
“Elipses 8 The game doesn’t really award me any gold past 100, I’ve got like 60 some questions and in a row and it I show no way of going anywhere. But its a good learning tool if that’s all you care about. Still don’t know how to save it. So I’m just keep playing.”

Chris Rakestraw 25 July 2016 (User rating 4 out of 5)
“Wonderful for family time. My wife and I really enjoyed doing this together. We would sort of race to see who could either answer the question or find it in our bibles the fastest. We didn’t keep score or anything. It’s the ESV bible and we use the 1739 KJV bible. That made it tricky.”