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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 evidence do we have that Jesus experienced the medical conditions discussed with the author's expert witness?
(a) It is popular theory.
(b) Biblical accounts.
(c) Historic accounts and modern knowledge.
2. What role does the reader assume in this book?
3. What example does Habermas use to explain how accounts of Jesus' resurrection could be valid without an eye witness?
(a) It was a miracle.
(b) Archeologists study fossils but do not witness dinosaurs.
(c) Women do not generally lie.
(d) The guard tried everything to find Jesus and could not.
4. According to Habermas, why weren't the sightings of Jesus after his death considered to be hallucinations?
(a) Because they occurred to groups of people.
(b) Because psychologists did not know the word.
(c) Because people didn't have hallucinations back then.
(d) Because the people were credible.
5. Where can information be discovered regarding the swoon theory?
(a) In a general psych book.
(b) In the Koran.
(c) In any modern medical book.
(d) In the Bible.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the author's religious preference as he began the book project?
2. What kind of evidence does the author seek to prove whether Jesus really died?
3. What evidence is there of Jesus' psychological well being?
4. What evidence can scientifically prove a time of death?
5. According to Carson, what does Jesus' forgiving nature represent?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of Jesus' appearance to a larger crowd after his resurrection?
2. What is the swoon theory?
3. How does writing the book affect the author?
4. Name two physical situations that Metherell says Jesus suffered while on the cross.
5. Why did the people of his era not think Jesus was a madman?
6. What explanation does the author's witness in profile evidence give regarding the meaning of John 3:16?
7. When Lapides rebels against his family's religion, what does he turn to?
8. What is a delusional psychosis?
9. Why is Gary Habermas' background important to this book?
10. How important was the eyewitness testimony of the women visitors to Jesus' tomb during their time?
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