10 most difficult religions riddles A list of ten (out of 86) religions related questions that are the most often answered incorrectly Religions quiz What does the word "quran" mean ?Recitation. The Quran, literally meaning "the recitation" (also romanized Qur'an or Koran) is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims believe to be a revelation from God (Allah). It is widely regarded as the finest work in classical Arabic literature. The Quran is divided into chapters (surah in Arabic), which are then divided into verses (ayah).very hard 17% Word of godWord of god19%recitationrecitation17%Holy bookHoly book40%roadroad22%Created by: Tschuka. Statistics based on 314 answers in 3 languages »Islam riddles » Which denomination of Islam is the most common in Oman?Ibadi Islam. Ibadis make up a majority (roughly 75%) of the population in Oman, which makes it the only country in the Muslim world with an Ibadi-majority population. Ibadis are often referred to as tolerant Puritans or as political quietists because of their preference to solve differences through dignity and reason rather than with confrontation, as well as their tolerance for practising Christians and Jews sharing their communities.very hard 23% Sunni IslamSunni Islam27%Shia IslamShia Islam32%Ibadi IslamIbadi Islam23%ImamiyyahImamiyyah15%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 140 answers in 2 languages »countries riddles » Which of these religions is the least popular in India?Buddhism. Indian Buddhism peaked in the 3rd century BC, during the reign of Asoka the Great, who patronised Buddhism following his conversion. He sent missionaries abroad, allowing Buddhism to spread across Asia. However, Indian Buddhism declined constantly following the loss of royal patronage, and today only 0.8% of Indian population are Buddhists.very hard 25% HinduismHinduism4%BuddhismBuddhism25%ChristianityChristianity53%IslamIslam16%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 4112 answers in 5 languages »India riddles » Was an Englishman a pope?Yes, it was Adrian IV. Nicholas Breakspeare, better known as Adrian IV (b. Approx. 1100 in the Abbots Langley) was the pope in the period from December 4, 1154 to September 1, 1159, the only Englishman on the Chair of Peter. He was the son of a monk Robert of St. Albans. Nicholas began his schooling at St Albans, but soon moved to France, where he joined the Congregation of Canons Regular of St. Rufus.very hard 25% no, there was no such popeno, there was no such pope41%yes, it was Thomas Beckettyes, it was Thomas Beckett15%yes, it was John VIyes, it was John VI17%yes, it was Adrian IVyes, it was Adrian IV25%Created by: Krzysztof Moskal. Statistics based on 4572 answers in 5 languages »popes riddles » Where was sacred prostitution never practiced?Egypt. Sacred prostitution is the term for a sexual ritual consisting of sexual intercourse or other sexual activity performed in the context of religious worship, perhaps as a form of fertility rite or divine marriage. It existed, among others, in Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Babylon, South and East Asia and Mesoamerica, but never in Egypt. Egyptians considered sex in or anywhere near a sacred place as a desecration. very hard 25% GreeceGreece12%RomeRome26%IndiaIndia36%EgyptEgypt25%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 208 answers in 3 languages »ancient history riddles » What is the hallmark of Sleipnir, Odin's horse in Norse mythology?It has eight legs. In addition to racing over the ground, Odin’s mighty steed can also fly through the air and swim through water. None of the elements slow him down. Famously, he is even able to ferry Odin safely in and out of Hel, the realm of the dead.very hard 26% it has eight legsit has eight legs26%it has golden eyesit has golden eyes5%it has flaming maneit has flaming mane23%all of the aboveall of the above45%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 3482 answers in 2 languages »nordic mythology riddles » What was the first major empire in the world to officially adopt Christianity as a state religion?Kingdom of Aksum (Africa). In about 316 AD, Frumentius and his brother Edesius from Tyre were taken to the Ethiopian court as slaves. They were given positions of trust by the monarch, and converted members of the royal court to Christianity. Ethiopia, a major empire at the time, was the second country to officially adopt Christianity (after Armenia).very hard 31% RomeRome37%Byzantine Empire Byzantine Empire 26%Kingdom of Aksum (Africa)Kingdom of Aksum (Africa)31%PersiaPersia5%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 4670 answers in 5 languages »Ethiopia riddles » Which Spanish city is known for its Mystery Play that commemorates the Assumption of Mary?Elche. The Mystery Play of Elche is a liturgical drama dating from the Middle Ages, which is enacted and celebrated in the Basilica de Santa María in the city of Elche on 14 and 15 August of each year. In 2001, UNESCO declared it one of the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.very hard 32% GuadalupeGuadalupe21%Santiago de CompostelaSantiago de Compostela33%ElcheElche32%MontserratMontserrat12%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 78 answers in 2 languages »Spain riddles » Which religion did the young Gautama Buddha learn?None. By tradition, Gautama Buddha is said to have been destined by birth to the life of a prince. His father, wishing for his son to be a great king, shielded him from religious teachings and from knowledge of human suffering. Gautama first met an ascetic man and learned about religion when he left his home at the age of 29.very hard 32% nonenone32%YainismYainism7%ShikhismShikhism20%HinduismHinduism39%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 5637 answers in 5 languages »Buddha riddles » Saint Paul from Tarsus, known as the Apostle of the Nations, was born as a ...Jew. Paul the Apostle was an apostle (though not one of the Twelve Apostles) who taught the gospel of the Christ to the first century world. Paul is generally considered one of the most important figures of the Apostolic Age and in the mid-30s to the mid-50s AD he founded several churches in Asia Minor and Europe. He took advantage of his status as both a Jew and a Roman citizen to minister to both Jewish and Roman audiences.very hard 32% GreekGreek21%RomanRoman32%AryanAryan14%JewJew32%Created by: Tschuka. Statistics based on 4160 answers in 2 languages »saints riddles » Play religions quiz and see all the questions.