The link takes you to the results, not the beginning. I got 31 right but sought help (google) on 2 questions.
Whatever, we both knock the pants off the averages. Anything over 26 is great I guess. 14-15 for Catholics and Protestants? 20.5 for Atheists? Really? Outside those SCOTUS ones and maybe the Bible-based ones those should be pretty easy pickings. They weren't terribly hard questions.
I linked to the results on purpose. As "proof." To the extent it can be believed. Google stretches honesty! That's why timed trivia is probably better as you can't look up the answer. History Channel has one - I averaged 8.2 (per 10 questions)with 10 seconds to answer.
T.C. It wasn't the Bible-based ones nor the SCOTUS that got me, it was First Great Awakening and another with a name. The stupid one I missed was the "on faith alone" question; I included Catholics. In truth, I think the question wasn't correct because it is actually "on acceptance of Jesus Christ as Savior" that makes the difference and that wasn't a choice. But I'm being petty and defensive.The results on that link showed 32 missed out of 32.No, not a tough quiz.
I projected on the SCOTUS. My bad.Knowing Maimonides was Jewish is nice and all, better if you know he was a philosopher in the Middle-Ages for a quiz but it's equally important to be somewhat acquainted with his philosophy.
Anonymous comments as well as those laced with ad hominen attacks will be deleted.