Today is National Test Your Knowledge About Religion Day.
Okay, I made that up. Today is actually National Tapioca Pudding Day, but who could possibly write a meaningful blob about that.
My son Matthew is convinced that you will appreciate enlarging and testing your knowledge about religion so you don’t have to limp along on blind faith alone. It’s better if you’ve seasoned it with some up-to-date intel.
Take the Jews, for instance. Nobody had more faith than they did when they followed Moses through the desert for 40 years – with no map. After a few years the kids fully deserved to keep pleading, “Are we there yet?”
And surely somebody in the back row must have been muttering, “I don’t think this guy knows where he’s going.” But Moses just needed some knowledge. The Promised Land would have been a cinch to locate if he’d only known its GPS coordinates.
That’s why Matthew thinks it’s a good idea if we all take this little test. It only takes about five minutes to answer the 15 questions, and then it’ll grade your answers and tell you how you did. Since your answers will be compared to folks who may think the New Testament is a paperback version of the Old Testament, you should easily ace the test.
So click here,
and then – ready, set, go!