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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through The Corroborating Evidence.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What impact do the writings of the apostle Paul have on the New Testament?
(a) They create more questions.
(b) They corroborate New Testament accounts.
(c) They show faith in action among the apostles.
(d) They have no impact.
2. What, according to Blomberg, is proof that there is no error in the gospels?
(a) There is no proof.
(b) Because the Bible has not been changed in thousands of years.
(c) Because, historically, if an error were made when reciting history, someone would correct the mistake and preserve the truth.
(d) Because he has faith that it is correct.
3. What was one of the most significant documents Strobel found in his reporting career?
(a) The Chrysler Corporation documentation.
(b) Shredded weapons of mass destruction documents.
(c) The Ford Pinto documentation.
(d) The Watergate tapes.
4. What are the three parts into which the author chooses to break the book?
(a) Examine, analyze, and research.
(b) Interview, listen, and read.
(c) Study, discuss, evaluate.
(d) Question, study, and focus.
5. Who, according to the writings of Josephus, was responsible for the crucifixion of Jesus?
(b) An unnamed accuser.
(c) Pontius Pilate.
(d) Jesus himself.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Metzger say discrepancies in the New Testament are inconsequential?
2. Which gospel outlines the purpose of its writing as "These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name"?
3. What reliability does the author also look to prove about the gospel based on corroborating evidence outside of the Bible?
4. According to Blomberg's example, why did people memorize the Old Testament?
5. Which elements are to blame for inconsistencies in the gospels, according to Blomberg?
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