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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through The Corroborating Evidence.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When the law changed and the Chicago crime leader was retried, what was used to get a guilty verdict?
(a) Crime-scene reinacting.
(b) Corroborating evidence.
(c) A polygraph machine.
(d) Circumstancial evidence.
2. In the introduction, how long do we learn was the author's spiritual journey?
(a) 12 months.
(b) 24 months.
(c) 20 months.
(d) 2 months.
3. How many experts does the author interview?
4. What is the first test the author applies to decide whether it is the gospel writers' intention to preserve history accurately?
(a) Originality test.
(b) Intention test.
(c) Authorship test.
(d) Plagarism test.
5. How does the Chicago crime leader in the author's example get a not-guilty verdict in court?
(a) He has three witnesses killed.
(b) He bribes the judge.
(c) He bribes the jury.
(d) He has the key witness killed.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Blomberg's example, why did people memorize the Old Testament?
2. What was one of the most significant documents Strobel found in his reporting career?
3. How has 40 years of research affected Yamauchi's faith?
4. What did Josephus write?
5. Which gospels does Strobel challenge because they do not begin with a claim to strive toward accuracy?
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