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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What book foretells the method of Jesus' death?
2. How does Craig explain discrepancies of the time of day in accounts of finding Jesus' tomb empty?
(a) It depends on the outlook of the person telling the story.
(b) It is only important if Jesus had existed.
(c) It is irrelevant.
(d) It depends on the gender of the story teller.
3. Witness William Craig's specialty is writing about the intersection of what three aspects of life?
(a) Jesus, redemption, and the Messiah.
(b) Science, philosophy, and theology.
(c) Sun, rain, and air.
(d) LIfe, death, and the swoon.
4. What kind of evidence convicted the man charged with blowing up the federal building in Oklahoma City?
5. How many arguments does Craig give to support the tomb's being empty?
6. Which book does the author's psychological witness NOT write?
(a) "Can You Trust Psychology?"
(b) "Family Shock."
(c) "The Magnificent Mind."
(d) "A Beautiful Mind."
7. What is Craig's conclusion regarding whether Jesus' tomb was really empty?
(a) It was empty.
(b) He cannot conclude without a doubt.
(c) It was empty because it had been robbed.
(d) It was not empty.
8. In discussing the psychology of Jesus, what question does discussion of his mental state lead to?
(a) Whether Jesus was really the Messiah.
(b) Whether Jesus exhibited the attributes of God.
(c) Whether Jesus had a sibling.
(d) Whether the author is losing faith in Jesus.
9. Who where two skeptics among Jesus' followers that questioned the resurrection?
(a) John and Thomas.
(b) Paul and James.
(c) Mark and Luke.
(d) Peter and Matthew.
10. Which of the author's witnesses was raised as a conservative Jew but now is a Christian preacher?
(a) Jeffry McDonald.
(b) Jack Kerouac.
(c) John Carson.
(d) Louis Lapides.
11. In the end, what does the author encourage the reader to do?
(a) To give up.
(b) To trust him.
(c) To just believe.
(d) To ask his or her own questions.
12. What was the subject of Gary Habermas' doctorate dissertation?
(a) The resurrection.
(b) The actual existence of Jesus.
(c) The healing powers of Jesus.
(d) The life of Jesus.
13. When Jesus preached that he was the Good Shepherd, what did opponents say about him?
(a) He was out of his mind.
(b) He had leprosy.
(c) He was demon possessed.
(d) His mind had been eaten by the plague.
14. How many signs of mental illness does the Bible's account of Jesus show?
15. What is the fluid that collects around the lungs?
(a) Pleural effusion.
(b) Salivic effusion.
(c) Pneumonia effusion.
(d) Pericardial effusion.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who informs the group that Jesus has risen from the tomb?
2. What kind of shock did the severe beating Jesus received before his execution create?
3. When weren't the qualities of omnipresence and omniscience possible for Jesus?
4. What kind of evidence determines whether a victim died of natural causes?
5. What types of criteria does Craig apply to the Bible to test its reliability?
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