Are You Matthew, Mark, Luke, or John?

Kennita Leon

How many Bibles do you own?

Which testament do you prefer?

Which location, in your opinion, is the most iconic?

Which book of the Old Testament is your favorite?

And which one in the New Testament can you not stop reading?

Which biblical animal bears the most significance to you?

How often do you go to church?

How would your friends describe you?

Which heavenly virtue are you best at?

Which of the seven sins do you need to work on the most?

How likely are you to fight for what you believe in?

Do you think that using a non-violent approach is always the best way to get your point across?

Which one are you most cognizant of?

How strong would you say your faith is?

Have you completely devoted your life to Christ?

Do you think that good people, who don't believe in Christ, should be allowed into heaven?

Which city would you live in, in the biblical world?

What would your house look like?

If you had a biblical job, what would it be?

Who would've been your best friend?

And who would be your greatest nemesis?

Which of these good women would you want to be or marry?

If you were an apostle, who would it be?

What would your role be?

Which one of Jesus' miracles impressed you the most?

If you had to speak a biblical language, which would it be?

Do you think the snake would've tempted you back in the garden?

Would you have had the strength to lead the Hebrews out of Egypt?

If you knew Judas would betray Jesus, but you would die trying to stop him, would you?

What would your greatest fear be, if you were a character in the Bible?

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About This Quiz

A doctor, a tax collector, a fisherman, and a teenager. Which one are you? Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are some of the most famous followers of Jesus Christ that we know of, but they also wrote some of the more popular books in the Bible, especially if you favor the latter half of the good book.

The first fours books of what we've come to call the New Testament are known as the Gospels. They were written by these four men, each of which had their own experiences with Christ. Two of them, Matthew and John, were members of the Twelve Apostles. Mark had very close relationships with two of the twelve and found his love for Christ because of his mother. Luke, on the other hand, had never met Jesus but became a follower after Paul taught him about the ways of Christ. 

What we want to know is which one of these men you are. Were you the one who was closest to Christ? Did you help one of his Apostles during a very tough time? Or were you the one who wrote about his life based on the experiences of others? It's time to find out which of the Four Evangelists you are!

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