How well do you know World Religions? Religion is a complex and diverse component of human civilization that has existed for thousands of years. It is a collection of ideas, behaviors, and traditions around the notion of a higher power or divine force.
Thus, whether you are a committed member of a certain religion or merely curious about diverse belief systems, put your knowledge to the test with these religion trivia questions. Can you explain the origins of various faiths, major personalities and events, and the beliefs and practices of diverse religious traditions? Let us investigate.
Easy Questions: 1 to 10.
Medium Questions: 11 to 30
Hard Questions: 31 to 50
50 Religion Trivia Questions and Answers
#1. In the symbol of Judaism, how many points are in the star of David?
#2. Christians meet in a Church for worship. How about the Islams?
#3. Which country did the oldest monotheistic religion, called Zoroastrianism, originate from?
#4. Which temple on Athenian Acropolis, Greece, was dedicated to the goddess Athena?
#5. "In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit," this Holy Trinity is used by which religion?
#6. Do Methodism, Lutheranism, Pentecostal, and Presbyterian belong to which collective denomination?
#7. The most important god of certain religions is The Sun god. Which among these does not fall in this religion?
#8. Who is the god according to Islam?
#9. Which symbol in Buddhism represents the purity of body, mind, or peace after a person has been through suffering and pain?
#10. What is the state of wisdom and inner peace according to Buddhists?
#11. Yoga is an explicitly religious element by which religion?
#12. The Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes was referred to as?
#13. In 1965, Paul Twitchell introduced a new religious movement?
#14. Zoroastrianism that Zoroaster founded originated from which country?
#15. Pious gentiles, the followers of B'nai Noach, were also referred to as?
#16. Which among the following is an acknowledged principle of Jainism?
#17. Irenaeus of Lyon, a second-century bishop, gives more information on?
#18. Which religion is known for practicing Ahimsa, meaning non-violence?
#19. Christianity was split into two groups; Catholicism and Protestantism. In which century?
#20. According to statistics, as of 2021, which religion is most popular worldwide?
#21. Hindus largely occupy which geographical area in the world?
#22. Which is the sacred day of the year in Judaism?
#23. Which shrine was the Khalsa initiated by Guru Gobind Singh at Anandpur Sahib?
#24. During Jesus' ministry, which language did he use in His preachings?
#25. Which Saint was the Earliest preacher of the Christian religion in India?
#26. Which is not among the other names of the Sea of Galilee?
#27. Which religion had a horse called Kanthaka?
#28. The Patron Saint of Children is referred to as?
#29. Adherents of the Copic church largely occupy which geographical area in the world?
#30. In which book in the Bible did god say Amalekites will war with generation and generation?
#31. The veiling of women and keeping them screened from the sight of strangers is a custom by Muslims called?
#32. In Poland, a Western Europe country, which is the prominent Christian religion?
#33. Ignatius of Loyola was a founder of which Christian religious order?
#34. Which is not among the first five books of the Bible?
#35. Which religious name means "Submission"?
#36. Which church was established in Scotland and followed a Calvinistic doctrine?
#37. Which religion was established in India in about 500 B.C.?
#38. Which is not among the four Yugas described in the Hindu Shastras?
#39. Who wrote a book about Swami Ramakrishna and his spiritual experiences and named it "Prophet of the New India?
#40. After 1967, when the constitution allowed religious freedom, which was the main religion in Egypt?
#41. Which among these countries does not reside in the highest Druze religious population?
#42. Traditional Yoruba, Fon, and Bantu beliefs called Candomble are mostly practiced in which country?
#43. Portuguese and Spanish colonized the North American country Cuba, which is their major religion?
#44. In which religion is the Qu'ran used as their Holy book?
#45. What name is referred to as a religion with multiple deities like Hinduism?
#46. Which name adopted from Chinese meant a way of Gods?
#47. Festive of Lights, celebrated by mostly Hindus, Jain, and Sikh believers, is also called?
#48. Instead of using Jehovah or Allah, what name do Rastafarians refer to their god?
#49. A parody religion that referred to itself as Flying Spaghetti Monster is called?
#50. Which was the original religion in Japan?
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