Am I a Christian?

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Do you know a lot about the Bible? Here is a great chance to show off your knowledge! Simply complete the test below and see how well you do. If the first time doesn’t go too well it’s OK. You can do a little more studying and take it as many times as you like. Are you ready? Relax, take a deep breath, and let the fun begin!

  • 1
    What is the definition of the word Christian?

    An adherent follower of Christ.
    Everyone, God loves us all.
    Everyone mentioned in the Bible.
  • 2
    What is the first step to becoming a Christian?

    Take classes on the subject.
    We must hear or read the truth. Romans 10:17
    Saying the sinner’s prayer.
  • 3
    What is the second step?

    We must believe Jesus is the Son of God. Hebrews 11:6
    Pray for three days.
    Start attending church.
  • 4
    What is the third step?

    We must repent, or be sorry for our sins. Acts 17:30
    Memorize the Lord’s prayer.
    Fast for ten days.
  • 5
    What is the fourth step?

    Receive the holy orders
    Read the entire Bible.
    We must confess we are lost in sin Matthew 10:32
  • 6
    What is the final step?

    Accept Jesus as our savior.
    Invite God into our heart.
    Be baptized for the remission of sin. Acts 2:38
  • 7
    Is baptism necessary for the remission of sin?

    No, sprinkling will work.
    Yes. Mark 16:16
    No, all you have to do is love God.
  • 8
    Are there any other verses to support baptism?

    Yes, all the above.
    Romans 6:3-5; Acts 8:36-38; Matthew 28:19
    Acts 22:16; 1 Peter 3: 20,21; Mark 1:9,10
  • 9
    What about the thief on the cross?

    He was a Christian.
    He was set free.
    Jesus had not yet died. They were still under the Old Law. Hebrews 9:16
  • 10
    Do we still follow the Old Testament?

    No, we are under the New Testament. Romans 3:20
    We only follow the commandments we want to.
    Yes, we follow the new and Old Testament.
  • 11
    Why do we still have the Old Testament?

    Just to fill up space.
    A lot of people like it.
    As an example to show us why we needed Jesus so bad.1 Corinthians 10:1
  • 12
    Can people interpret the Bible differently? Does the Bible mean different things to different people?

    No. The Bible does not need to be interpreted, only studied and understood. 2 Peter 1:20,21
    We each get a different meaning from it.
    Only preachers can interpret the Bible.
  • 13
    Do I have to attend church regularly?

    No, it is up to you.
    Yes, the Bible says we must. Hebrews 10:25
    It is according to the person’s beliefs.
  • 14
    Is the Bible our only source for God’s commandments?

    No, some people still prophesy today.
    No, some people have inspired knowledge.
    Yes. There is no other way to know what God wants us to do. Acts 17:11
  • 15
    Why is there so many different churches today and only one Bible?

    People just have different ideas about church.
    The Bible tells us there would be a departure from the truth. There is only one church.1 Timothy 4:1
    It is more convenient.
  • 16
    I have family and friends that don’t believe these things. I don’t want them mad at me, what should I do?

    Family comes first.
    Jesus said, “he who loves father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me.” We must put Jesus first. Matthew 10:37
    It doesn’t matter, God still loves us.

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