My, my, my, after all the quizzes and characters, you’ve finally reached a lesson that does not possess a sequel, at least not technically.  I have plans of my own, mwahaha, but we’ll discuss them later, and they have nothing to do with this series anyway, so why are you even bringing it up?  I am Catherine Antonia T. Sky Rug, but you may refer to me as Duplica, or Lady Duplica for you younger quizzers.  Now, I’m not sure if you thought you’d get away with separate review quizzes for the Old and New Testaments, but if you did, I have quite the surprise for you, my dear!  Let me explain the format one final time for our series, then we shall see…if you’ve been paying attention for the past 70 quizzes.

    There are 20 questions in my artillery that I plan to throw at you, but as is always the case, you have an opportunity to practice them all in the beginner mode without penalties for mistakes.  This is also the time I may expound upon anything I feel was neglected by the others, not that I don’t trust their teaching skills.  Once you are prepared for the real challenge of this quiz, I will divide my questions in half to make up the other two modes, so there won’t be any surprises, other than my special guests for this game.

Are we ready already?  Wow!  Let us then begin the final quiz of the Lightspeed Lab Bible Challenge!

-Beginner Mode-

-Easy Mode-

-Hard Mode-

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