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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What specialty is witness Donald Carson known for?
(a) The Biblical Jesus and the Hebrew language.
(b) Jesus and Emmanuel.
(c) Jesus, son of Man, and Jesus, son of God.
(d) ThevHistorical Jesus and Greek grammar.
2. Who tried to discredit Jesus' teachings about himself as the Good Shepherd?
(b) Jewish religious leaders.
3. Historically, what happened to dead bodies in the times of Jesus?
(a) They were buried in the ground.
(b) They were fed to dogs or put in a mass grave.
(c) They were dumped in a well.
(d) They were burned.
4. What was Paul's reason for changing?
(a) He was getting old and sick.
(b) Jesus threatened him.
(c) He met the risen Jesus.
(d) He wanted to get married.
5. How does Craig explain discrepancies of the time of day in accounts of finding Jesus' tomb empty?
(a) It is irrelevant.
(b) It depends on the gender of the story teller.
(c) It is only important if Jesus had existed.
(d) It depends on the outlook of the person telling the story.
6. What was the role of women during Jesus' time?
(a) Leaders and shakers.
(b) Supportive and adored.
(c) Encouraging and submissive.
(d) Submissive and supportive.
7. What kind of evidence determines whether a victim died of natural causes?
8. What kind of evidence convicted the man charged with blowing up the federal building in Oklahoma City?
9. Even before Christ died by crucifixion, the witness says he would have experienced what kind of failure caused by shock?
10. How many signs of mental illness does the Bible's account of Jesus show?
11. What is Craig's conclusion regarding whether Jesus' tomb was really empty?
(a) It was empty because it had been robbed.
(b) He cannot conclude without a doubt.
(c) It was empty.
(d) It was not empty.
12. Moreland says that Jesus' disciples willingly died for their beliefs. What does he mean?
(a) That the disciples believed the resurrection occurred.
(b) That they had doubts themselves.
(c) That it could have been a case of delusion.
(d) That the disciples were crazed.
13. Witness William Craig's specialty is writing about the intersection of what three aspects of life?
(a) Sun, rain, and air.
(b) Science, philosophy, and theology.
(c) LIfe, death, and the swoon.
(d) Jesus, redemption, and the Messiah.
14. What two things is Jesus simultaneously?
(a) Man and god.
(b) God and demigod.
(c) Man and child.
(d) Savior and god.
15. What does the author's witness with a Jewish background turn to when he rebels against his family's Jewish background?
(a) The military.
(b) College friends and their families.
(c) Manson and Moonies.
(d) The work of Kerouac and Leary.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who where two skeptics among Jesus' followers that questioned the resurrection?
2. According to the author's key psychological witness, was Jesus crazy for claiming to be God?
3. What evidence can scientifically prove a time of death?
4. What role does the reader assume in this book?
5. What was the author's religious preference as he began the book project?
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