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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is John the Baptist's opinion of Jesus?
(a) He is exactly what John imagined the Messiah would be.
(b) He is not loving enough.
(c) There is something he dislikes about Jesus, but he isn't sure what it is.
(d) He is too soft and sympathetic.
2. When Simeon asks Jesus who he really is, what is Jesus's response?
(a) He says he is the Messiah.
(b) He says he is the Son of God.
(c) He says he is Daniel's Son of Man.
(d) He says he is God himself.
3. Why does Jesus send Peter and John to Jerusalem?
(a) To confirm Passover plans.
(b) To try to enlist the help of the Israelites there.
(c) To spread his teachings to the people of Jerusalem.
(d) To help prepare David's throne for Jesus's ascension.
4. How is Nathaniel welcomed into the group of Jesus's disciples?
(a) With bread and wine.
(b) By being baptised.
(c) By kissing Jesus's feet and swearing allegiance to him.
(d) Without any ritual whatsoever.
5. Which of Jesus's disciples wants to return to Galilee, while they are all hiding in Jerusalem?
6. What does Simeon tell Jesus about Isaiah's martyrdom?
(a) Isaiah helped to ready the way for Jesus as the Messiah.
(b) It showed that the body is a tent, a temporary place to stay while on one's way to Heaven, the homeland.
(c) He showed that pity and love alone are not enough to save mankind.
(d) He made too many mistakes; he may have been the Messiah, instead of a martyr, had he lived.
7. Which of these is NOT a punishment sent down to Jerusalem, by God?
8. What archangel comes to Jesus while he is in the desert?
9. Who insists that the disciples stay in Jerusalem and protect Jesus, instead of returning to Galilee?
10. How does Pilate feel about Jesus, after meeting him for the first time?
(a) He is a revolutionary, and a threat to the Roman government.
(b) He might be the true Messiah.
(c) He is delusional, and possibly insane.
(d) He is harmless to the Roman government.
11. After his time in the desert, where does God bring Jesus?
(a) To Bethany.
(b) To Nazareth.
(c) To Golgotha.
(d) To Jerusalem.
12. What does Matthew write about on their first night in Cana?
(a) The events that are currently transpiring.
(b) Jesus's teachings.
(c) God's divine will.
(d) Jesus's genealogy.
13. Why does Pilate initially refuse to be provoked into crucifying Jesus?
(a) He doesn't believe in crucifixion.
(b) He is afraid of retaliation from the Jewish people.
(c) He doesn't want Jesus to become a martyr.
(d) He is afraid that he will be reprimanded by the Roman government.
14. What will happen if Herod hears of John the Baptist's last words?
(a) He may be converted into a follower of Jesus.
(b) Jesus and his followers will be beheaded.
(c) A revolt against the Romans will occur.
(d) He will repent for killing John the Baptist.
15. What does Barabbas accuse Jesus of while he and his disciples are in Jerusalem?
(a) Being a heretic.
(b) Being a Roman emissary.
(c) Inciting riots.
(d) Stealing from the governor.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the new meaning of the paschal meal?
2. Jesus sees a vision of what animal stomping on Babylon, Jerusalem, Alexandria and Rome?
3. As Jesus prays in Gethsemane, what does he beg God to do?
4. Who beheads John the Baptist?
5. During their first meeting, what does Pilate urge Jesus to do?
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