Apologetics Quiz on the Resurrection

Gary Habermas and Mike Licona are giving you the chance to play a little quiz game -- The Resurrection Quiz game! There are 80 questions -- 10 questions per level (8 levels). It's based on their book and you can hear an audio version of it if you need some help along the way.
I have never read the book, though it sounds very interesting (and didn't listen to the audio, either), but here are my results:
Level 1 -- 70% Points 390
Level 2 -- 70% Points 770
Level 3 -- 60% Points 1210
Level 4 -- 60% Points 1710
Level 5 -- 60% Points 2200
Level 6 -- 100% Points 3190
Level 7 -- 80% Points 4130
Level 8 -- 70% Points 5010

Most of those "lower" points were due to some terms I wasn't familar with or a misunderstanding of the questions; but for never having read the book, I think I did fairly well. And my final score is.... drumroll, please....

I averaged 71%! It was quite the brain-teaser, but it was a lot of fun! So go play now! :)


  1. Congrats!! I know you did better than I would have!

    By the way, I LOVE the new look of your blog! It's so bright, pretty, and cheery! I really like it!!

  2. oh thats very interesting! and thank you so very much for praying for my project. So honored and blessed to have a friend like you praying for my needs. I thank God for you!!

    Have a blessed weekend!!

  3. Wow, that's awesome; you even got a 100%! Congratulations!

  4. @ Everyone - thank you for the congratulations! I was pretty impressed, because I've never read the book, but the Resurrection is my favorite topic of discussion/study. And I should admit... I did have a *little* help... but it was PRIMARILY my doing! ;)

    @ Ruth - Anytime! You are very welcome! ;) Remember, "If two of you on earth agree as touching anything that they shall ask, it shall be done by them by My father in Heaven" (Matthew 18:19).

    Have a blessed day!


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