I use Mondays to clear out my mailbag. This week, I’m fulfilling a reader request for more Bible trivia.
Question: Can you send me more Bible Trivia?
I love your family Scripture Scavenger Hunt. Is there any way you can send me more? I will appreciate it very much. Thank you!
Is this what you had in mind?
I am so glad you enjoyed our free printable. You’ll find more Bible facts on these trivia tests:
✅ What Child is This – deals with details of Christ’s birth
✅ For unto Us a Child is Born – identifies Old Testament prophesies made concerning Jesus
✅ Passion Week Quiz – focuses on events leading up to Jesus’ death
If those leave you still wanting more, try this free 26-page Book of Bible Questions or this free online Bible trivia game. The latter allows you to choose the category, book, and difficulty level of the questions you answer.
If you prefer physical resources, check out these fun Bible books and games from christianbook.com:
What’s the shortest Old Testament book? Who healed Saul of his blindness? These and oodles more questions about the Bible await your family. Answer correctly, roll the die, and proceed toward the finish.
Includes questions for children and adults, playing cards and pieces, die, game board, and instructions. For two to four players; recommended for ages 7 years and older.
This book from Brain Games is book full of challenging Bible puzzles and trivia questions.
I love this series of books. The spiral binding allows the book to lie flat when you’re working puzzles. I’ve completed at least six volumes of Brain Games Sudoku Puzzles, but plan to tackle their Bible Trivia challenges next. It’s a fun way to brush up on your Bible knowledge.
How well do you know the Bible? Here’s a fun way to learn even more!
Created by a Guinness World Records puzzle master, this collection is filled with thousands of challenging questions, “did you know” facts, crosswords, word games, and more.
This collection contains 256 pages; softcover from Revell.
By the way—“Who died falling out of a window during one of Paul’s sermons?”
Challenge yourself with questions about the people, history, stories and facts from the Bible. The Bible Trivia Quiz Cards have two levels of play on each card. The white side is easier, and the yellow side is more challenging. Answers are printed on the opposite side with Bible references.
These color-coded cards come in 4 categories; set includes activities and 56 cards; recommended for ages 6 and up
This simple card game features 580 on-the-spot questions about Old and New Testament characters, biblical places, important events in God’s Word, and more.
The game is designed for two or more players, ages 12 and up.
Of course, there is no substitute for digging into the Word daily. The more you read verses in context, the better you’ll understand the big picture — while further cementing in your mind the details. So I’d encourage you to also download this free daily Bible Reading Plan, as well. It will take you through the entire Bible in one year.