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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through The Corroborating Evidence.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who, in Blomberg's example, memorized the Old Testament?
(b) The apostles.
2. Who first recorded that Peter's firsthand accounts were accurate?
(b) Peter himself.
3. 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) Circumstancial evidence.
(d) A polygraph machine.
4. What advantage does Metzger cite for the New Testament?
(a) An unprecidented number of copies.
(b) It is newer than the old one is.
(c) It has been translated only twice.
(d) It actually dates to the right time period.
5. What means written by an apostle or followers of the apostles?
(b) Holy apostlolic.
(c) Apostolic authority.
(d) Apistle Commentary.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was one of the most significant documents Strobel found in his reporting career?
2. Which centuries decided almost unanimously which books to include in the New Testament?
3. 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"?
4. In what two areas does the author have enough knowledge to bolster his skepticism of Christianity?
5. Which elements are to blame for inconsistencies in the gospels, according to Blomberg?
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