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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. How does Matthew respond when Peter tells him about his dream?
(a) He thinks that Peter is possessed.
(b) He thinks that Peter is going insane.
(c) He thinks that the events must have occurred somewhere.
(d) He thinks that Peter is a prophet.
2. Who reveals that Jesus is the lamb led voluntarily to slaughter?
3. 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.
4. Why does Judas get angry with Jesus in Cana?
(a) He has wasted help on an enemy.
(b) He refuses to fight back to save himself.
(c) He is not assertive enough.
(d) He is preaching about the wrong things.
5. What animal has Jerusalem driven into the desert?
(a) The old vulture.
(b) The green serpent.
(c) The rabid dog.
(d) The scapegoat.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Judas respond when Jesus tells him that he is the lamb to be led to slaughter?
2. What happens to Lazarus on the road to Barabbas?
3. Who does Jesus bring back to life in Chapter 25?
4. After his time in the desert, where does God bring Jesus?
5. Who brings news of the beheading of John the Baptist?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Barabbas confront Jesus at Simon's Inn?
2. What does Judas see in Jesus's hand that makes him want to follow Jesus?
3. Why does Simeon come to see Jesus in Capernaum?
4. What does Matthew do while Jesus and the other disciples sleep?
5. What is the position of Lazarus at the end of Chapter 25?
6. How is Jerusalem described in Chapter 16?
7. What happens in the Garden of Gethsemane after the Passover meal?
8. What does Jesus say to Pilate, regarding Rome, the first time they meet?
9. What does Jesus do in Cana?
10. How do Annas, Caiaphas, and Pilate feel about Jesus after meeting him?
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