Do You Have Biblical Morals?

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ForeverSurrender said:
Mar 18 '16, 3:39AM

Uh, some of these weren't even ethics questions, they were questions that had exact ANSWERS and not OPINIONS, but this quiz isn't going to be accurate regardless because of this. I would also plan on including WAY more next time, so you can have an equal balance between many different texts. Sorry if this offends you, but you thinking you can omit every "good" part to try and get others to see your point of view is just as annoying as a Christian omitting every "bad" part to get you to see it from their point of view. Please just accept that there are good things and bad things about. . .oh, everything, and be a little more objective next time. You might not come off as rude if you do that.

DavidForthoffer said:
Jan 12 '16, 10:30PM

I am shocked that you did not have a question whose answer is in 2 Kings 2:23-24!

Camelia said:
Dec 29 '14, 3:22PM

This quiz is obviously created by an atheist. You should really read the New Testament. The word "testament" actually means agreement. God gave us all those laws, and "The wages of sin is death." God is perfect and He HATES sin. He knew we couldn't keep all His laws. He looked down from heaven and had compassion on us. God became a man, and suffered a terrible death so that we could be free. When you accept that sacrifice as perfect and complete, God sees Christ's perfection in you. We are no longer under the old covenant with all it's curses and death penalties. We are living in a new covenant with Jesus Christ. Have a nice day:)

slegister said:
May 15 '14, 2:29PM

All of my morals does come from the bible, perhaps you should try reading all of it and not just the old testament but the new testament as well. Surely you will find that morals comes from the bible and having a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ will keep you on the right path.

lovehorses99 said:
Sep 26 '13, 4:25AM

This quiz is terrible!
You no longer have to sacrifice things to the Lord! Jesus died for us and put himself in his place!
This quiz is right off!
I am a Christian btw :)

Cate Palantir said:
Sep 23 '13, 6:12PM

I think you're forgetting quite a few passages from the Bible, including the greatest commandment of all, which is loving God and loving others as ourselves (Matthew 22:36-40).

Liberal Eejit said:
Sep 7 '13, 10:54AM

Ugh. This is ridiculous. It is quite clearly made by an atheist to spread their views that we should judge people by their faith. I am a Christian, and still got 0%, because of the Golden Rule: love God and others as yourself. This is explicitly said to supersede any other command, so no command which goes against it holds up, including most in the Old Testament. Another point to make is that, while the Ten Commandments are explicitly given by God, the others are generally interpreted as being given by elders of the time: given this, they have little more authority than ancient legislation, and certainly shouldn't be taken as fixed rules from God.

Immortal7777 said:
Aug 11 '13, 3:28AM

I got 17.

I used to be Christian but then I saw what the bible really said. It was evil. This quiz is right on.

beathinker57 said:
Sep 13 '12, 1:07PM

The Bible pretty much invalidates itself as any type of moral compass. You can't exactly use it as a hallmark of ethics, and then blow off all the atrocities it condones. It comes back to the old circular logic. The book is the word of God because the book says it is. Too many other books out there profess the same thing. I, for one, prefer to think for myself. And I am not distressed to say I scored a 0%.

rdhaley said:
Jul 5 '12, 7:48PM

I'm a Christian, I got 0%, and I found this quiz hilarious. The thing is, all Christians, including myself, are guilty of "picking and choosing" which parts of the Bible to follow. If we didn't pick and choose, we'd be living in the same type of twisted society that existed over 2,000 years ago.

DemonCB said:
Jun 13 '12, 3:05PM

I got a full 100%. And I can't help but laugh at these Christians trying to defend their "Holy Book". You say God doesn't change, so neither should his rules. That means that the old testamment still applies since you guys believe in Objective Morality. Lawls, I love an Atheist beat Christians at Biblical Morals.

Atheist said:
Mar 6 '12, 6:37PM

I wonder how many of you realise that "he who is without sin shall cast the first stone" (paraphrased) means that they should throw the first stone of many that will stone the person to death... LOL. f---ing idiots.

Atheist said:
Mar 6 '12, 6:36PM

I got 92%, time to sacrifice me some children to the Lord, yeehaw!

greanor said:
Mar 4 '12, 4:19AM

0% lol yes yes, I am a heathen.

motibutton said:
Feb 19 '12, 2:50PM

Well, I got 83% so I pretty much know the Bible. Have to, if I'm going to argue with "true believers". The fact is that all these deal with laws that are in the Old Testament. That was obvious from the questions. Christians ought to know the Old ans well as the New.

Don't forget that before 1865, slave owners argues that owning slaves was permitted by the Bible, i.e., "The Word of God". According to the story, Cain's offering to God of produce of the fields instead of an animal didn't please God very much; that was the reason he killed Abel -- jealousy. I could go on and on.

I was taught in Sunday School that we were supposed to believe in both testaments. By the way, I'm 100% heathen, too.

Feona68 said:
Feb 5 '12, 8:15AM

I got 8 percent which confirms what I already know. I am a sinner and hopelessly lost without Jesus, so it's ALL GOOD. Lighten up people. He's just trying to get a rise out of people.

Firey_Soul said:
Jan 8 '12, 6:13PM

WTF?!? That's all i have to say.

Peter567 said:
Dec 28 '11, 9:12PM

Wow. The stupidity of atheists never stops to amaze me. They always pretend to know everything better and be morally superior, while not even realizing, that these aren't christian morals. The questions are about morals from the old testament, which is superseded by the new testament, so most of these don't apply anymore since 2000 years.

KissOfDoom said:
Dec 27 '11, 10:17AM

That's one of the main reasons why even if there was logical proof of Jehovah's existance, I would still not worship him. In the bible, he's portrayed as pretty much the most unethical character in all fiction.

KissOfDoom said:
Dec 27 '11, 10:16AM

That's one of the main reasons why even if there was logical proof of Jehovah's existance, I would still not worship him. In the bible, he's portrayed as pretty much the most unethical character in all fiction.

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