Take This Bible Quiz and We'll Guess How Much of a Feminist You Are

By: Talin Vartanian

Take This Bible Quiz and We'll Guess How Much of a Feminist You Are
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About This Quiz

How much of a feminist are you? If we're talking about percentages, are you 100% feminist, 25% feminist or somewhere in between? If you've ever been curious about this answer, it's time for you to take this fun Bible quiz! You'll have your chance at answering 30 questions about the Bible! Don't worry if you're not an expert, either, since this quiz will mainly ask you about your interpretations of various Bible passages. But there's more to it than just that, and you're going to have to take this Bible quiz to find out more! Even if you don't read the Bible that much, as long as you have an appreciation for it, you're eligible to take this quiz! 

The Bible contains passages and books that illustrate many themes of life. Some of these may sound more feminist, while other passages seem to portray more masculinity or patriarchy. Some people prefer not to identify with either of those things, as they simply prefer to read the Bible to feel closer to the Lord. The Bible can help an individual feel more happy, calm or rejuvenated as well! If you're curious for more, then it's time for you to take this Bible quiz right now!

How often do you read the Bible?
A few times a day
Once a day
A few times a month
Very rarely

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Where do you like to read the Bible?
In a church
Outside
In my room
In a car

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Do you prefer the Old Testament or the New Testament?
Both!
Old Testament
New Testament
I don't really have a preference.

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Which of these female biblical figures do you relate to the most?
Elizabeth
Azubah
Lydia of Thyatira
Keturah

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How do you feel after you read your favorite Bible passage?
Rejuvenated
Calm
Happy
Indifferent

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Which of these biblical figures do you like to read about?
Moses
Noah
Joseph
Abraham

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What compels you to read various passages from the Bible?
I want to connect with the Lord.
Curiosity
Stress
My parents telling me to

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Do you pray before or after you read the Bible?
Before and after!
Before
After
I don't pray much.

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Which of these Bible verses do you live by?
Isaiah 30:15: "In repentance and rest is your salvation, in quietness and trust is your strength."
Nehemiah 8:10: "Do not grieve, for the joy of the Lord is your strength."
Psalm 34:17: "When the righteous cry for help, the Lord hears, and rescues them from all their troubles."
Deuteronomy 31:8: "It is the Lord who goes before you. He will be with you; he will not fail you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed."

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Almost everyone has a favorite book of the Bible. What's yours?
Genesis
Exodus
Psalms
Proverbs or something else

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When did you start reading the Bible?
When I was in my youth
A few years ago
Recently
I don't remember.

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Have you read the Bible in its entirety?
Yes, I've read both testaments!
I've only read the Old Testament.
I've read the New Testament.
Nope!

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What do you think about the following Bible passage, Galatians 3:28? "There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus."
I think it's a wonderful passage.
I think it's an interesting perspective on equality.
It's a questionable passage, but a respectable one.
I don't agree with this passage.

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When you read the Bible, are you more curious about life?
Yes, of course!
A little bit
No, because the Bible answers all of my questions
Not really

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Which of these biblical languages would you choose to learn?
Hebrew
Aramaic
Greek
I prefer to read modern translations.

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Do you encourage your friends and family to read the Bible?
They already read it!
I try to.
I just like to tell them about my favorite Bible passages.
Nope

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If you could have one miracle of Jesus Christ, which one would you want to have?
I would want to cure paralyzed individuals.
I would want to raise people from the dead.
I would want to calm storms.
I would want to turn water into wine.

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Do you relate to more men or women in the Bible?
Both!
Women
Men
I mostly relate to the animals.

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Which of these Bible passages illustrates feminism the best?
1 Corinthians 11:12: "For as woman was made from man, so man is now born of woman. And all things are from God."
1 Corinthians 11:9: "Neither was man created for woman, but woman for man."
Psalm 68:11: "The Lord gives the word; the women who announce the news are a great host."
1 Timothy 2:9: "Likewise also that women should adorn themselves in respectable apparel, with modesty and self-control, not with braided hair and gold or pearls or costly attire."

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How often do you succumb to temptation?
Never
Once in a great while
Sometimes, but that's what confessing my sins is for!
Too often!

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If you could live in one of these ancient biblical locations, which would you choose?
Bethel
Etham
Chorazin
Memphis, Egypt

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Do you feel more connected with the Lord after reading the Bible?
Absolutely!
Somewhat
Only if He answers my prayers
Not really

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Do you attend any Bible study groups?
A few times a week
Once a week
A few times a year
No, not really

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What inspires you about the Bible?
How it makes me feel closer to the Lord
The wonderful passages
The way it was written
The glimpse into history

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What is your favorite division from the Old Testament?
The Pentateuch
History
Poetry and Wisdom Books
Major Prophets or Minor Prophets

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Which of these Gospel songs have you listened to?
Alison Krauss - "I'll Fly Away"
Alan Jackson - "The Old Rugged Cross"
Tasha Cobbs - "Break Every Chain"
I love all of them.

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Which of these biblical garments would you want to have in your wardrobe?
A tunic
A chlamys
A priestly robe
A priestly breastplate

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What is your opinion of the following Bible passage, Genesis 1:27? "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them."
I think it's a bit questionable.
I think it's just OK.
I'm not really sure what it means.
I think it's a pretty sound passage.

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If you could be one of the following creatures on Noah's ark, what would you be?
A mammal
A reptile
An amphibian
A bird

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What do you love about your favorite Bible passages?
They illustrate equality.
They give me strength.
They make me feel at peace with the world.
They illustrate masculinity.

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