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Quiz on Just the Facts: Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus found at http://lessonsforus.com/category/proofs-of-jesus-ressurection/

Quiz on Just the Facts: Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus found at http://lessonsforus.com/category/proofs-of-jesus-ressurection/

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  • Quiz 2JUST THE FACTS: Evidence for theResurrection of Jesus (Click LessonsforUS.com for corresponding material on the quiz)
  • Directions• This is a self-test.• Read the question and answer to yourself• Click the next slide for the answers
  • Question 1One proof of the claim that Jesus’ tomb was empty is:1. The empty tomb is reported by women2. The empty tomb is reported by the disciples3. The empty tomb is reported by Paul4. The empty tomb is reported by James, the half- brother of JesusNext slide for Answers
  • Question 1One proof of the claim that Jesus’ tomb was empty is:1. The empty tomb is reported by women Right. In the ancient world, if something was important, you wouldn’t have a woman as a chief witness. A womans testimony was rejected in a court of law. Since the New Testament reports women found the empty tomb, they probably did.2. The empty tomb is reported by the disciples3. The empty tomb is reported by Paul4. The empty tomb is reported by James, the half- brother of JesusNext slide for new question
  • Question 2Another proof of the claim that Jesus’ tomb was empty is:1. The tomb was located in Ephesus2. The tomb was located in Rome3. The tomb was located in Bethlehem4. The tomb was located in JerusalemNext slide for Answers
  • Question 2Another proof of the claim that Jesus’ tomb was empty is:1. The tomb was located in Ephesus2. The tomb was located in Rome3. The tomb was located in Bethlehem4. The tomb was located in Jerusalem Right, the same location where the proclamation was made, making it easy to verify. Just go down the street.Next slide for new question
  • Question 3Another proof of the claim that Jesus’ tomb was empty is:1. The disciples admitted there was an empty tomb2. The Jewish leaders themselves admitted there was an empty tomb3. Paul admitted there was an empty tomb4. James, the half-brother of Jesus admitted there was an empty tombNext slide for Answers
  • Question 3Another proof of the claim that Jesus’ tomb was empty is:1. The disciples admitted there was an empty tomb2. The Jewish leaders themselves admitted there was an empty tomb Right, See Matthew 28:11-15 This is "enemy attestation," when critics say it is true, and a strong piece of evidence.3. Paul admitted there was an empty tomb4. James, the half-brother of Jesus admitted there was an empty tombNext slide for new question
  • Question 4Which of the following is not included in Paul’s list of eye witnesses to the risen Jesus:1. Peter, Paul, and James2. The twelve disciples3. 500 men and women at the same time4. Pontius PilateNext slide for Answers
  • Question 4Which of the following is not included in Paul’s list of eye witnesses to the risen Jesus:1. Peter, Paul, and James.2. The twelve disciples3. 500 men and women at the same time4. Pontius Pilate. Right, there is no record of Pontius Pilate seeing the risen JesusNext slide for new question
  • Question 5Two people who provide the most dramatic life changes, thereby providing credibility to the claim that Jesus was seen alive are:1. Paul and James2. Peter and Andrew3. John and Barnabas4. Mary and MarthaNext slide for Answers
  • Question 5Two people who provide the most dramatic life changes, thereby providing credibility to the claim that Jesus was seen alive are:1. Paul and James Right. Paul was one of the fiercest opponents of the Christians, and James was Jesus’ half-brother. James and his brothers did not believe Jesus was anything special until something strange happened: James saw Jesus after he died.2. Peter and Andrew3. John and Barnabas4. Mary and MarthaNext slide for new question
  • Question 6After the arrest and crucifixion of Jesus, the disciples fled and deserted him. Later we hear that they began to boldly proclaim the resurrection of Jesus in the same town. Then, all of the disciples, except John, died as martyrs. What made them change?1. They all had the same hallucination that they saw Jesus after he died.2. They all saw Jesus after he died and interacted with him.Next slide for Answers
  • Question 6After the arrest and crucifixion of Jesus, the disciples fled and deserted him. Later we hear that they began to boldly proclaim the resurrection of Jesus in the same town. Then, all of the disciples, except John, died as martyrs. What made them change?1. They all had the same hallucination that they saw Jesus after he died.2. They all saw Jesus after he died and interacted with him. Something extremely unusual must have happened. What fits the facts: Jesus was raised from the dead and convinced the disciples by visiting with them.Next slide for new question
  • Question 7What bolsters the claim that Jesus was actually resurrected:1. A couple of people saw him2. A couple of people saw him but were not available for verification3. Different individuals and groups of people claimed to have seen Jesus alive on different occasions and varying circumstancesNext slide for Answers
  • Question 7What bolsters the claim that Jesus was actually resurrected:1. A couple of people saw him2. A couple of people saw him but were not available for verification3. Different individuals and groups of people claimed to have seen Jesus alive on different occasions and varying circumstances Multiple attestations under different circumstances is solid evidence.Next slide for new question
  • Question 8The account of Jesus’ resurrection is believable because1. The account was constructed 300 years after the fact, just like the Da Vinci Code says2. The account was dated to within 5 years of the crucifixion3. The account was constructed by good writers4. The account is supported by the modern churchNext slide for Answers
  • Question 8The account of Jesus’ resurrection is believable because1. The account was constructed 300 years after the fact, just like the Da Vinci Code says2. The account was dated to within 5 years of the crucifixion Right. The saying in 1 Corinthians 15, which was passed on to Paul, and was passed on by he to other brethren, is dated to within 5 years of the crucifixion3. The account was constructed by good writers4. The account is supported by the modern church