The Case for Christ Test | Final Test - Easy

Lee Strobel
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What evidence is there of Jesus' psychological well being?
(a) There is none.
(b) His followers' testimonies.
(c) His emotions.
(d) The fact that he helped others.

2. Because the Bible repeats and confirms some aspects of Jesus' life and death, what theory does their evidence erode?
(a) Lengendary development.
(b) The swoon theory.
(c) Theory of evolution.
(d) Circumstantial proof.

3. In discussing the psychology of Jesus, what question does discussion of his mental state lead to?
(a) Whether Jesus had a sibling.
(b) Whether Jesus was really the Messiah.
(c) Whether Jesus exhibited the attributes of God.
(d) Whether the author is losing faith in Jesus.

4. What was the author's religious preference as he began the book project?
(a) Agnostic.
(b) Apostolic.
(c) Aggressive.
(d) Atheist.

5. Other than the gospels, what other New Testament book does Habermas often refer to as evidence?
(a) Timothy.
(b) Acts.
(c) Romans.
(d) Exodus.

6. According to Habermas, why weren't the sightings of Jesus after his death considered to be hallucinations?
(a) Because psychologists did not know the word.
(b) Because the people were credible.
(c) Because they occurred to groups of people.
(d) Because people didn't have hallucinations back then.

7. According to the author's key psychological witness, was Jesus crazy for claiming to be God?
(a) Yes.
(b) Yes and No.
(c) Perhaps.
(d) No.

8. What is the fluid that collects around the lungs?
(a) Pneumonia effusion.
(b) Pericardial effusion.
(c) Pleural effusion.
(d) Salivic effusion.

9. Moreland says that Jesus' disciples willingly died for their beliefs. What does he mean?
(a) That they had doubts themselves.
(b) That the disciples believed the resurrection occurred.
(c) That it could have been a case of delusion.
(d) That the disciples were crazed.

10. What is Craig's conclusion regarding whether Jesus' tomb was really empty?
(a) It was empty.
(b) It was not empty.
(c) It was empty because it had been robbed.
(d) He cannot conclude without a doubt.

11. What year can Jesus' appearance to the crowd be traced?
(a) 32-38 AD
(b) 41-45 AD
(c) 33-34 AD
(d) 39-43 AD

12. When weren't the qualities of omnipresence and omniscience possible for Jesus?
(a) When he was in human form.
(b) When he sat at the right hand of his Father.
(c) After he died on the cross.
(d) As he was stoned for telling lies.

13. What evidence does the author forget to ask about, according to Moreland?
(a) The Dead Sea Scrolls.
(b) Testimony written by Jesus.
(c) Ongoing and current encounters with Jesus.
(d) Drawings of the event.

14. What made the author's witness with a Jewish background question his family's religion?
(a) His parents divorce.
(b) Death of his father.
(c) Death of his younger sibling.
(d) Death of his mother.

15. What evidence can scientifically prove a time of death?
(a) Random.
(b) Medical.
(c) Fingerprints.
(d) Psychological.

Short Answer Questions

1. How is the author reconciled with God?

2. What is significant about the size of the crowd to which the risen Jesus appeared?

3. What types of criteria does Craig apply to the Bible to test its reliability?

4. Who was the first person convicted with fingerprint evidence?

5. What is the topic of witness Donald Carson's books?

(see the answer keys)

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