Monthly Archives: November 2010

For a long time I wanted to create an online, interactive version of the gospel quiz that we use in evangelism. I started creating one using Java (that’s right—Java the programming language, not Javascript the web scripting language) but made limited progress. After thinking about it, I decided it made more sense to create the quiz as a web site, using the three elements of web-site creation: HTML, CSS and Javascript. Then, for one reason or another, the project got shoved aside. Recently, however, I decided to take it up again.

I wanted to code the site from scratch so as to learn as much as possible about what goes on “under the hood” of a web site. So, with nothing more than a couple of text editors (Notepad++ and Aptana Studio), some books and my own google-fu, I created the gospel quiz.

About the Author

The author of this blog, Jeremy (Jehanne), is a Catholic who strives to think God's thoughts after Him and obey Christ's exhortation to take up the cross daily and follow Him on the way to Golgotha. He likes reading theology, evangelizing, and, of course, writing.