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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who where two skeptics among Jesus' followers that questioned the resurrection?
2. What question does the author hope to answer with the testimony of witness Donald Carson?
3. Which book in the Bible mentions two encounters with a risen Jesus?
4. What does the Bible say will be unusual about the birth of the Messiah?
5. What size crowd does the risen Jesus appear to when he addresses the apostles and Peter?
Short Essay Questions
1. According to the author's witness of psychological evidence, what kind of emotions do people suffering with psychosis display?
2. Why did the people of his era not think Jesus was a madman?
3. What was the societal role of women in the time of Jesus?
4. Why does the author believe that Jesus is not omnipresent and omniscient?
5. What is one way that the resurrection of Jesus changed the lives of Jewish believers?
6. How is the principle of cause and effect reflected in Gary Habermas' testimony regarding the postresurrection appearances of Jesus?
7. What is a delusional psychosis?
8. When Lapides rebels against his family's religion, what does he turn to?
9. What was the typical after-death procedure during Jesus' time?
10. After researching the medical evidence surrounding the death of Christ, what reason does the author determine was the reason that Jesus died?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What does the tone of "The Case for Christ" say about the author? Support your answers and include the definition of tone in your response.
Essay Topic 2
Define Christianity. Given this definition, why is it important for the author to prove or disprove the resurrection of Jesus?
Essay Topic 3
Define cause and effect. Discuss the importance of cause and effect in this book and give examples from the text.
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