Beliefs Quiz: Are you as Bible-smart as you think? By Cathy Lynn Grossman | April 24, 2014 ShareTweet EmailPrint More More on Beliefs Subscribe to Beliefs The average American family owns three Bibles and rarely reads them. But if your 2014 resolution is to read it through in a year, one reading plan says you can do it in 10 minutes a day. RNS Photo by Kevin Eckstrom READ: Bible Survey: Many Americans scramble their Scriptures The American Bible Society’ surveyed 1,012 people on their Bible IQ. Now, quiz yourself to see if you know as much as you think you do. How knowledgeable do you feel [you are] about the Bible?*Highly knowledgeableModerately knowledgeableSomewhat knowledgeableNot too knowledgeableNot at all knowledgeableNot sureWhat are the first five books of the Bible?*Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, DeuteronomyGenesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Deuteronomy, JoshuaMatthew, Mark, Luke, John, RevelationMatthew, Mark, Luke, John, ActsOtherNot sureWhich of the following is NOT one of the Ten Commandments?**Do not commit adultery.Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.Do not steal.Keep the Sabbath holy.Do you believe the Bible encourages, discourages or is silent about racism?***EncouragesDiscouragesIs silentDo you believe the Bible encourages, discourages or is silent about paying taxes?***EncouragesDiscouragesIs silentDo you believe the Bible encourages, discourages or is silent about drinking alcohol?***EncouragesDiscouragesBoth encourages and discouragesIs silentDo you believe the Bible encourages, discourages or is silent about spanking children?***EncouragesDiscouragesIs silent*Questions taken directly from American Bible Society’s 2014 State of the Bible survey. **Question from the 2010 Pew Research quiz on religious literacy.***Questions similar to the ABS survey.