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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. From where did the name Mary Magdalene originate?
(a) From a Latin word meaning light.
(b) From a Greek word meaning beloved.
(c) From a Hebrew word meaning angel.
(d) From Magdala, the Greek form of Migdol or Watchtower.
2. What have some biblical commentators speculated that Mary Magdalene's devils were instead of demons?
(b) Seven tumors.
(c) A split personality.
(d) A nervous disorder.
3. Who was Noadiah?
(a) A leper.
(b) A Canaanite idol worshipper.
(c) A false prophetess.
(d) A Hittite queen.
4. In what town did Mary and Martha live?
5. What Jewish prophet was beheaded by Herod, ruler of Galilee?
(b) John the Baptist.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did the woman with the issue of blood fare after all of her physicians and medicines?
2. Who was Herodias?
3. Where did Jesus meet the Samaritan woman?
4. What did an angel ask Mary Magdalene after Christ's death?
5. What day has been named as the feast day for Pilate's wife by the church that has made her a saint?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Mary Magdalene encounter at Christ's tomb?
2. How did Sapphira and her husband Ananias try to deceive the early church, and what was their greatest sin?
3. How was Claudia honored by the Greek Orthodox Church?
4. What encounters did Mary and Martha and their brother Lazarus have with Christ?
5. What illness did Simon Peter's mother-in-law develop, and how did Jesus heal her?
6. Who was Keturah?
7. How did Naomi help her widowed daughter-in-law get a new husband?
8. From what affliction did Christ heal Mary Magdalene, and what other possible explanation does Edith Deen say commentators have given for this affliction?
9. What role did Philip's daughters have in their father's ministry?
10. What role did Mary, the mother of James and Joses, have in Christ's life and ministry?
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