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Quiz 5

  1. 1. Quiz 5 JUST THE FACTS: Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus (Click LessonsforUS.com forcorresponding material on the quiz)
  2. 2. Directions• This is a self-test.• Read the question and answer to yourself• Click the next slide for the answers
  3. 3. Question 1To shame Jesus further after his crucifixion, it is likely that…1. His body would be left on the cross to be eaten by animals.2. His body would be buried in the tomb of somebody who was not a family member.3. A sign would be placed outside the tomb: “King of the Jews.”4. His body would be cremated.Next slide for Answers
  4. 4. Question 1To shame Jesus further after his crucifixion, it is likely that…1. His body would be left on the cross to be eaten by animals.2. His body would be buried in the tomb of somebody who was not a family member. Right. So says Byron R. McCane, author of Roll Back the Stone: Death and Burial in the World of Jesus,3. A sign would be placed outside the tomb: “King of the Jews.”4. His body would be cremated.Next slide for new question
  5. 5. Question 2Who confirms the Biblical account that it was Jewish custom to bury crucifixion victims before sundown?1. John Dominic Crossan2. Plutarch3. Josephus4. Pontius PilateNext slide for Answers
  6. 6. Question 2Who confirms the Biblical account that it was Jewish custom to bury crucifixion victims before sundown?1. John Dominic Crossan2. Plutarch3. Josephus Right, in Wars of the Jews, Book IV Chapter 5: “…the Jews used to take so much care of the burial of men, that they took down those that were condemned and crucified, and buried them before the going down of the sun.”4. Pontius PilateNext slide for new question
  7. 7. Question 3In whose tomb was Jesus buried?1. Apollos of Alexandria2. Saul of Tarsus3. Barnabus of Crete4. Joseph of ArimatheaNext slide for Answers
  8. 8. Question 3In whose tomb was Jesus buried?1. Apollos of Alexandria2. Saul of Tarsus3. Barnabus of Crete4. Joseph of Arimathea Right, see Luke 23:50-54Next slide for new question
  9. 9. Question 4The theory that Jesus’ followers thought he was raised from the dead because they did not know in which tomb he was buried is discredited by…1. The disciples had experiences they believed were the literal appearance of the risen Jesus.2. The disciples were transformed from doubters who didn’t want to be associated with Jesus to bold proclaimers of his death and resurrection3. Paul, who was an opponent, was converted because he believed he had an encounter with the resurrected Jesus4. All of the above
  10. 10. Question 4The theory that Jesus’ followers thought he was raised from the dead because they did not know in which tomb he was buried is discredited by…1. The disciples had experiences they believed were the literal appearance of the risen Jesus.2. The disciples were transformed from doubters who didn’t want to be associated with Jesus to bold proclaimers of his death and resurrection3. Paul, who was an opponent, was converted because he believed he had an encounter with the resurrected Jesus4. All of the above - RightNext slide for new question
  11. 11. Question 5Who were the women that watched the crucifixion of Jesus and his burial?1. Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James and Joseph.2. Salome3. Mary and Martha, sisters of Lazarus4. Phoebe.Next slide for Answers
  12. 12. Question 5Who were the women that watched the crucifixion of Jesus and his burial?1. Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James and Joseph. Right, see Matthew 27:55-612. Salome3. Mary and Martha, sisters of Lazarus4. Phoebe.Next slide for new question
  13. 13. Question 6The most likely explanation for the Disciples’ transformation from doubters to men willing to die proclaiming the resurrection is…1. The Disciples witnessed the literal appearance of the risen Jesus.2. The Disciples went to the wrong tomb and didn’t find Jesus’ body there.3. The Disciples wanted to invent a new religion.4. The Disciples wanted political power.Next slide for Answers
  14. 14. Question 6The most likely explanation for the Disciples’ transformation from doubters to men willing to die proclaiming the resurrection is…1. The Disciples witnessed the literal appearance of the risen Jesus. Right, you aren’t going to die for a case of mistaken identity2. The Disciples went to the wrong tomb and didn’t find Jesus’ body there.3. The Disciples wanted to invent a new religion.4. The Disciples wanted political power.Next slide for new question
  15. 15. Question 7The resurrection creed of I Corinthians 15:1-8 can be dated to within how many years of the crucifixion?1. 200 years2. 100 years3. 75 years4. Less than 1 yearNext slide for Answers
  16. 16. Question 7The resurrection creed of I Corinthians 15:1-8 can be dated to within how many years of the crucifixion?1. 200 years2. 100 years3. 75 years4. Less than 1 year Right. Paul was converted in ≈32 AD, received the creed 3 years later (Galatians 1:18-19). Those that passed the creed were doing so before they met Paul, likely months after the crucifixion in 30 ADNext slide for new question
  17. 17. Question 8The resurrection message was…1. Invented by Christians 200 years after the crucifixion.2. The center point of preaching in the early church, especially in Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified and buried3. Not important to early Christians, who instead proclaimed the social gospel.4. Invented by the Gnostics in the 3rd Century.Next slide for Answers
  18. 18. Question 8The resurrection message was…1. Invented by Christians 200 years after the crucifixion.2. The center point of preaching in the early church, especially in Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified and buried Right3. Not important to early Christians, who instead proclaimed the social gospel.4. Invented by the Gnostics in the 3rd Century.

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