The Christian I Ching Quiz 1

Quiz Image

The I Ching is an ancient book of Wisdom. It is considered one of the most 100 influential books of all time. From a Christian perspective, it is a way asking God how you are being called to respond to the situations of your life.

The Christian I Ching society was formed to explore the synergies between the I Ching and the Bible. Take this quiz and see how much you know about the relationship between these two great Wisdom Books.

Created by: RogerSessions of The Christian I Ching Society
(your link here more info)
  1. The I Ching was originally written in which country?
  2. How old is the original I Ching?
  3. Who wrote the following: "For more than thirty years I have interested myself in this oracle technique, or method of exploring the unconscious, for it has seemed to me of uncommon significance."
  4. How many archetypes/hexagrams are described in the I Ching?
  5. How many lines appear in the pictographic representation of an archetype?
  6. A solid line is also called...
  7. In a hexagram, lines are traditionally numbered with line # 1 representing...
  8. How many archetypes/hexagrams have exactly six yang lines?
  9. Which protocol typically takes longer?
  10. Considering the relationship between a starting archetype/hexagram and a resulting archetype/hexagram, which of the following statements is true?
  11. According to Wisdom's Way; The Christian I Ching, which statement best describes the Bible's position on the I Ching:
  12. Which query is best formed for asking the I Ching?
  13. When does the Bible portray Wisdom as coming into existence?
  14. What does Wisdom's Way - The Christian I Ching portray as the main impediment to hearing Wisdom?
  15. How many stones are used in the yarrow protocol?
  16. How many coins are used in the coin protocol?
  17. The yarrow protocol is named after which of the following?
  18. How is the Hexagram Index Table used?
  19. In comparing multiple versions of the I Ching, on which of the following are the versions most likely to agree?
  20. When Richard Wilhelm translated the I Ching, what language did he translate it into?

Remember to rate this quiz on the next page!
Rating helps us to know which quizzes are good and which are bad.

What is GotoQuiz? A better kind of quiz site: no pop-ups, no registration requirements, just high-quality quizzes that you can create and share on your social network. Have a look around and see what we're about.