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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. 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.
2. What size crowd does the risen Jesus appear to when he addresses the apostles and Peter?
(a) About 5,000.
(b) About 500.
(c) About 100.
(d) About 1,000.
3. What specialty is witness Donald Carson known for?
(a) Jesus, son of Man, and Jesus, son of God.
(b) Jesus and Emmanuel.
(c) The Biblical Jesus and the Hebrew language.
(d) ThevHistorical Jesus and Greek grammar.
4. Who was convicted of blowing up the federal building in Oklahoma City?
(a) J. Habermas.
(b) Jack Kerouac.
(c) Timothy McVeigh.
(d) Timothy Leary.
5. Where can information be discovered regarding the swoon theory?
(a) In any modern medical book.
(b) In the Koran.
(c) In a general psych book.
(d) In the Bible.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who writes about two encounters with the risen Jesus?
2. When were fingerprints first used as evidence in court?
3. Which of the author's witnesses was raised as a conservative Jew but now is a Christian preacher?
4. What kind of evidence convicted the man charged with blowing up the federal building in Oklahoma City?
5. In discussing the psychology of Jesus, what question does discussion of his mental state lead to?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the author believe the sightings of Jesus after his resurrection were not hallucinations?
2. What does the author mean by fingerprint evidence in his case for Christ?
3. Lapides argues that there is no god other than man. How does a street preacher get him to change his mind?
4. Did Jesus ever deny being God?
5. How long does the author take in researching his novel?
6. According to the author's witness of psychological evidence, did Jesus suffer from mental illness? How does the witness arrive at this conclusion?
7. Why is Gary Habermas' background important to this book?
8. How important was the eyewitness testimony of the women visitors to Jesus' tomb during their time?
9. When Lapides rebels against his family's religion, what does he turn to?
10. What is the significance of Jesus' appearance to a larger crowd after his resurrection?
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