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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which gospels does Strobel challenge because they do not begin with a claim to strive toward accuracy?
(a) Acts and Romans.
(b) Matthew and Mark.
(c) Luke and John.
(d) Exodus and Numbers.
2. What means written by an apostle or followers of the apostles?
(a) Apostolic authority.
(b) Holy apostlolic.
(c) Apistle Commentary.
3. Which gospel outlines the purpose of its writing as "These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name"?
4. What was one of the most significant documents Strobel found in his reporting career?
(a) The Ford Pinto documentation.
(b) The Watergate tapes.
(c) Shredded weapons of mass destruction documents.
(d) The Chrysler Corporation documentation.
5. According to The Five Gospels, how many pillars must one follow to become a biblical scholar?
Short Answer Questions
1. What reason does Blomberg give for accepting the gospels as testimony in Strobel's case for Christ?
2. In the introduction, how long do we learn was the author's spiritual journey?
3. How many fragments of New Testament documents exist, according to Metzger?
4. When was the fifth gospel written?
5. What kinds of eyewitness accounts does Strobel seek?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is rebuttal evidence used in a trial?
2. Who was John Mark and what did he write?
3. Why is Luke's writing in the gospel highly regarded?
4. In what language are the four languages of the secondary manuscripts written that authenticate the reliablity of the gospels?
5. How is the Bible like other ancient works?
6. Why were Jesus' teachings considered radical?
7. What is the Q source?
8. What sparks the author's interest in the case for Christ?
9. Why did Herod order baby boys to be killed?
10. How many parts does the author break the book into and what does he title them?
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