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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the role of women during Jesus' time?
(a) Submissive and supportive.
(b) Leaders and shakers.
(c) Supportive and adored.
(d) Encouraging and submissive.
2. What was the subject of Gary Habermas' doctorate dissertation?
(a) The resurrection.
(b) The life of Jesus.
(c) The healing powers of Jesus.
(d) The actual existence of Jesus.
3. 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.
4. When Jesus preached that he was the Good Shepherd, what did opponents say about him?
(a) He was demon possessed.
(b) He was out of his mind.
(c) His mind had been eaten by the plague.
(d) He had leprosy.
5. What example does Habermas use to explain how accounts of Jesus' resurrection could be valid without an eye witness?
(a) Women do not generally lie.
(b) It was a miracle.
(c) Archeologists study fossils but do not witness dinosaurs.
(d) The guard tried everything to find Jesus and could not.
6. Even before Christ died by crucifixion, the witness says he would have experienced what kind of failure caused by shock?
7. What kind of evidence convicted the man charged with blowing up the federal building in Oklahoma City?
8. What size crowd does the risen Jesus appear to when he addresses the apostles and Peter?
(a) About 500.
(b) About 1,000.
(c) About 100.
(d) About 5,000.
9. What is the topic of witness Donald Carson's books?
(a) Jewish tradition.
(b) The New Testament.
(c) The Hebrew language.
(d) The Old Testament.
10. According to the author's witness with a Jewish background, which biblical scripture paints a clear image of the Messiah?
(a) Acts 3.
(b) Number 18.
(c) John 3.
(d) Isaiah 53.
11. When weren't the qualities of omnipresence and omniscience possible for Jesus?
(a) After he died on the cross.
(b) As he was stoned for telling lies.
(c) When he was in human form.
(d) When he sat at the right hand of his Father.
12. In the end, what does the author encourage the reader to do?
(a) To trust him.
(b) To just believe.
(c) To give up.
(d) To ask his or her own questions.
13. Which book in the Bible mentions two encounters with a risen Jesus?
(b) 1 Corinthians.
14. On what does Gary Habermas base his debate about the resurrection of Jesus?
(a) Early art.
(c) Forensic evidence.
(d) Historical evidence.
15. What specialty is witness Donald Carson known for?
(a) Jesus, son of Man, and Jesus, son of God.
(b) ThevHistorical Jesus and Greek grammar.
(c) The Biblical Jesus and the Hebrew language.
(d) Jesus and Emmanuel.
Short Answer Questions
1. What role does the reader assume in this book?
2. What is Craig's conclusion regarding whether Jesus' tomb was really empty?
3. Who was the first person convicted with fingerprint evidence?
4. What fulfills the prophecy that claims the Messiah's bones will be out of joint?
5. How old was the author's witness with a Jewish background when he began to question his family's religion?
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