1. Who is the author of this book?
(a) E.P. Sanders.
(b) Michael Parker.
(c) Bishop Linda Lee.
(d) Samuel Josephus.
2. What aspects of Jesus' life does the author claim he will attempt to explain?
(a) His relationships, history, and teachings.
(b) His birth.
(c) His early childhood only.
(d) His Parables.
3. Up to approximately what date does the author say he will discuss early theology?
(a) 80 C.E.
(b) 134 C.E.
(c) 30 C.E.
(d) 12 B.C.E.
4. The author describes the account of Jesus' life in this book as what?
(b) A mix of fact and fiction.
(c) Purely historical.
(d) Purely fictional.
5. What must a historian weigh?
(a) The way his work will be received by the public.
(b) Oral traditions.
(c) Only the facts.
(d) Facts, news stories, and rumors.
6. The author states that, unlike figures such as Thomas Jefferson or Winston Churchill, what are the people in this book considered to be?
(d) Divine beings.
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