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Brain Cafe | Test Your Faith

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How well do you know the Word? With “Test Your Faith,” the latest quiz application from Brain Café, you can put your knowledge of the Word to the test. From the Old Testament to the New, from Adam to Zechariah, this is the most comprehensive Bible quiz you can download for your touch screen phone. The questions vary in difficulty so that even those who are not Biblical scholars will be able to answer many of the questions. Of course there are those questions that will also put the most pious to the test! Even if you are not religious, you owe it to yourself to familiarize yourself with the single most influential book of all times. And with a user friendly, touch sensitive, multiple choice interface, your idle hands need not become the devil’s playthings. At Brain Café we believe you should kill time, not brain cells, and with this quiz, you can save both your soul and your synapses. Have fun, test your faith, and reconnect with the Lord.

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