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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the study of the Bible the author recommends?
(a) Free New Testament.
(b) The Journey.
(c) King James version.
(d) Children's Living Bible.
2. In the end, what does the author encourage the reader to do?
(a) To give up.
(b) To just believe.
(c) To trust him.
(d) To ask his or her own questions.
3. Where can information be discovered regarding the swoon theory?
(a) In any modern medical book.
(b) In a general psych book.
(c) In the Koran.
(d) In the Bible.
4. When were fingerprints first used as evidence in court?
5. What evidence does the author forget to ask about, according to Moreland?
(a) The Dead Sea Scrolls.
(b) Drawings of the event.
(c) Testimony written by Jesus.
(d) Ongoing and current encounters with Jesus.
6. What two facets of character does Carson say prove Christ's deity?
(a) Devotion to God and love for man.
(b) Moral perfection and the ability to love all.
(c) Moral perfection and the ability to forgive.
(d) All of the answers are correct.
7. What does the author think about the case for Christ as he begins his book project?
(a) Christ was only a prophet.
(b) Christ was legendary.
(c) Christ has not been born yet.
(d) Christ was real.
8. What year can Jesus' appearance to the crowd be traced?
(a) 33-34 AD
(b) 41-45 AD
(c) 39-43 AD
(d) 32-38 AD
9. In discussing the psychology of Jesus, what question does discussion of his mental state lead to?
(a) Whether the author is losing faith in Jesus.
(b) Whether Jesus was really the Messiah.
(c) Whether Jesus exhibited the attributes of God.
(d) Whether Jesus had a sibling.
10. How many signs of mental illness does the Bible's account of Jesus show?
11. 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.
12. What two things is Jesus simultaneously?
(a) Savior and god.
(b) Man and child.
(c) God and demigod.
(d) Man and god.
13. Which of the author's witnesses was raised as a conservative Jew but now is a Christian preacher?
(a) Louis Lapides.
(b) Jack Kerouac.
(c) Jeffry McDonald.
(d) John Carson.
14. What question does the author hope to answer with the testimony of witness Donald Carson?
(a) If Christ knew the meaning of Messiah.
(b) If Christ exhibited the attributes of God.
(c) If Jesus was the Messiah.
(d) If Jesus knew he was the Messiah.
15. What size crowd does the risen Jesus appear to when he addresses the apostles and Peter?
(a) About 500.
(b) About 100.
(c) About 1,000.
(d) About 5,000.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many languages can witness Donald Carson speak?
2. Where was Jesus born?
3. What example does Habermas use to explain how accounts of Jesus' resurrection could be valid without an eye witness?
4. What fulfills the prophecy that claims the Messiah's bones will be out of joint?
5. What kind of evidence determines whether a victim died of natural causes?
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