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Scripture Challenge is an in-depth Bible question
Scripture Challenge is an in-depth Bible question and answer game, containing over 3600 questions gathered from the Old and New Testaments. Interesting facts are presented as questions in a quiz-like environment, and users are prompted for the correct answers. The questions are grouped into dozens of categories, such as "Word meanings", "The Prophets", "Books of the Bible" and "Geography of the Bible". At the conclusion of each quiz, your score will be saved to disk, and entered into the Score History table. Scripture Challenge offers a unique and enjoyable method of learning more about your Bible. Rather than simply reading specific lesson materials, this program allows you to learn a variety of Bible facts through a series of thought provoking questions. You’ll start by selecting your general area of inquiry. Here you’re offered subject matter that is grouped into 27 different categories from both the Old and New Testaments. Typical question topics include: Word Meanings, The Prophets, Books of the Bible, Geography of the Bible, Elijah versus Elisha, Acts and Journeys of the Apostles, Letters (Epistles) to the Churches and Believers, and many more. The program presents the information as a series of multiple choice questions or short fill-in-the-blank type responses. Although some of the questions might prove difficult for some novices, most questions are very reasonable and quite thought provoking. All you need to do to play the game is select, or enter, the correct response to each question. Both correct and incorrect answers are acknowledged by the program and Scripture Challenge tracks your scores for each session. Once you’ve selected an answer, in addition to telling you whether your response is correct, the program also displays the Bible chapter and verse where you can find the answer.
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