|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who does the author say taught about Hell more than anyone else in the Bible?
2. What does the author's witness with a Jewish background turn to when he rebels against his family's Jewish background?
(a) College friends and their families.
(b) The military.
(c) The work of Kerouac and Leary.
(d) Manson and Moonies.
3. Who is the author's key witness for the psychological evidence?
4. What was the author's religious preference as he began the book project?
5. Typical people with psychosis display what kind of emotions?
(c) Very passionate.
Short Answer Questions
1. What evidence do we have that Jesus experienced the medical conditions discussed with the author's expert witness?
2. What size crowd does the risen Jesus appear to when he addresses the apostles and Peter?
3. What evidence can scientifically prove a time of death?
4. What question does the author hope to answer with the testimony of witness Donald Carson?
5. Other than communion, what ritual celebrates Jesus' death?
Short Essay Questions
1. How important was the eyewitness testimony of the women visitors to Jesus' tomb during their time?
2. Why does the author believe the sightings of Jesus after his resurrection were not hallucinations?
3. What was the typical after-death procedure during Jesus' time?
4. What explanation does the author's witness in profile evidence give regarding the meaning of John 3:16?
5. What began Lapides' rebellion of his family's religion?
6. Why did the people of his era not think Jesus was a madman?
7. According to the author's witness of psychological evidence, what kind of emotions do people suffering with psychosis display?
8. Who talks about Hell more than anyone else in the Bible?
9. What is one way that the resurrection of Jesus changed the lives of Jewish believers?
10. What is the swoon theory?
This section contains 602 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)