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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, according to Blomberg, is proof that there is no error in the gospels?
(a) Because, historically, if an error were made when reciting history, someone would correct the mistake and preserve the truth.
(b) There is no proof.
(c) Because he has faith that it is correct.
(d) Because the Bible has not been changed in thousands of years.
2. What is the truth about the author's fear?
(a) God forgives, so he doesn't have to really do anything.
(b) He can still gamble as long as he tithes.
(c) He still gets to drink wine.
(d) He is fascinated by the subtle changes in his wife.
3. How does the eyewitness discussed in Chapter 1, Part 1 save his own life?
(a) By handing over his wallet.
(b) By talking his way out of a bad situation.
(c) By pretending to be dead.
(d) By lying in court.
4. What does the author say the reader must set aside while reading the book?
(a) Skepticism and sarcasm.
(b) Knowledge and power.
(c) Predeterminations and predictions.
(d) Preconceptions and prejudices.
5. What are the three parts into which the author chooses to break the book?
(a) Examine, analyze, and research.
(b) Study, discuss, evaluate.
(c) Interview, listen, and read.
(d) Question, study, and focus.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does the author hold testimony from Josephus' writings with high regard?
2. The author travels to Ohio in search of corroborating evidence for which aspect of Jesus' life?
3. On what is the current Bible based on?
4. How does the Chicago crime leader in the author's example get a not-guilty verdict in court?
5. Which gospel begins with the writer saying he intends to write "accurately" about all the things he "investigated"?
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