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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What year can Jesus' appearance to the crowd be traced?
(a) 33-34 AD
(b) 41-45 AD
(c) 32-38 AD
(d) 39-43 AD
2. What evidence does the author forget to ask about, according to Moreland?
(a) Ongoing and current encounters with Jesus.
(b) Testimony written by Jesus.
(c) The Dead Sea Scrolls.
(d) Drawings of the event.
3. Other than the gospels, what other New Testament book does Habermas often refer to as evidence?
4. Who informs the group that Jesus has risen from the tomb?
(a) Jesus himself.
(b) A shepherd.
(d) A donkey.
5. What was the author's religious preference as he began the book project?
6. Who writes about two encounters with the risen Jesus?
7. What is the study of the Bible the author recommends?
(a) King James version.
(b) Children's Living Bible.
(c) Free New Testament.
(d) The Journey.
8. Why is it important to know how many books and articles witness Donald Carson has written?
(a) To show his determination.
(b) Because the author is trying to fill space.
(c) Because he is a famous writer.
(d) To show his credibility.
9. Who does the author say taught about Hell more than anyone else in the Bible?
10. What made the author's witness with a Jewish background question his family's religion?
(a) Death of his younger sibling.
(b) Death of his father.
(c) His parents divorce.
(d) Death of his mother.
11. How old was the author's witness with a Jewish background when he began to question his family's religion?
12. What example does Habermas use to explain how accounts of Jesus' resurrection could be valid without an eye witness?
(a) The guard tried everything to find Jesus and could not.
(b) It was a miracle.
(c) Women do not generally lie.
(d) Archeologists study fossils but do not witness dinosaurs.
13. What role does the reader assume in this book?
14. What two things is Jesus simultaneously?
(a) Man and god.
(b) Savior and god.
(c) God and demigod.
(d) Man and child.
15. How is the author reconciled with God?
(a) He offers a sacrifice.
(b) He accepts the gift of grace.
(c) He asks for penance.
(d) He begins to tithe.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of shock did the severe beating Jesus received before his execution create?
2. Who was convicted of blowing up the federal building in Oklahoma City?
3. Who were not regarded as reliable witnesses during Jesus' time?
4. What is significant about the size of the crowd to which the risen Jesus appeared?
5. The author's witness with a Jewish background once viewed the New Testament as a guidebook for what group?
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