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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. What happens to Jesus at the end of the scene?
(a) He is crying.
(b) He is being physically crushed and his power drained.
(c) He is helping the needy.
(d) He is running off the stage.
2. What can Jesus not do?
(a) Forgive Judas.
(b) Stop the adoration of the crowd.
(c) Understand the Council.
(d) Get the crowd to follow him.
3. Who is meeting in a darkened room fenced by high windows with bars across them?
(a) The disciples.
(b) Jesus and God.
(c) The followers.
(d) The Council of Jewish Priests.
4. What does Judas believe Jesus should have done?
(a) Stayed in Nazareth and been a carpenter.
(b) Held a religious service by the lake.
(c) Called a meeting to discuss the revolution.
(d) Stayed in the previous town and organized his followers.
5. What does Jesus remind the disciples?
(a) To appreciate him while he is here.
(b) To continue passing out guns.
(c) To keep an eye on Judas.
(d) To remember why they are here.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mary Magdalene do for Jesus?
2. How does this make Mary feel?
3. What does Jesus wear?
4. What song does Mary reprise?
5. Judas tells Mary and Jesus that the 300 silver pieces the ointment cost should have been used to _______________ instead of being wasted on Jesus' hair and feet.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Mary Magdalene ask Peter? What is his response?
2. How does the council room reflect the personalities of the council members?
3. How does Jesus reply when Caiaphas and Annas appear on the second level and ask him to disperse the crowd?
4. What takes place between Jesus and God in the Garden of Gethsemane?
5. What does Jesus think about the rebellion plans?
6. What is the Bible verse that is read?
7. With what is Judas concerned?
8. What is Jesus trying to do at the beginning of this scene?
9. How does Judas betray Jesus?
10. What does Judas believe Jesus should have done?
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