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Marymag  (Level: 13.0 - Posts: 9)
Thu, 10th May '07 8:32 AM


Does someone know, when you write a quiz on biblical beliefs if you have to put in the scripture addresses to support the answers?
Hope you having a fun filled day, MaryMag

Texlewee  (Level: 34.1 - Posts: 599)
Thu, 10th May '07 9:13 AM

As a quiz taker, I know I like to have the supporting Bible verse listed. That way if I am intrigued by an answer , I can write it down and look it up later....

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Sploofizz (Editor)  
Thu, 10th May '07 9:39 AM

No need to cite chapter and verse (that could make it too easy for folks to look up the answers while they are taking your quiz!), although identifying which Book of the Bible the fact comes from wouldn't hurt.

It might also be nice to state in your description which version of the Bible you used as a source.

Also, be sure there are no questions that state opinions without a reference as to whose opinion it is. (ie. don't state a religious belief as a fact unless you identify which religion believes it - or ASK which religion believes it! - or unless you include a statement like "According to Joseph Smith...").

If the editors think there is a need for changes they will send the quiz back to you for revisions. No problem, it happens all the time! And right now there seems to be a very short wait time in the quiz-launching queue!

Good luck!

Marymag  (Level: 13.0 - Posts: 9)
Thu, 10th May '07 10:28 AM

Thanks Texlewee for you input. I appreciate it.
And thank you editor for your help also. I was thinking I could put the verse address in the answer part of the quiz, but there are many verses to some answers. What should I do?

Kaufman  (Level: 270.2 - Posts: 3942)
Thu, 10th May '07 10:32 AM

Another thing you could do is put an explicit invite in your Quiz Description that people interested in knowing the verses you cited PM you with their questions after the quiz. That has the extra bonus of allowing you to initiate discussions with people of similar interests.


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