Quiz 3JUST THE FACTS:  Evidence for theResurrection of Jesus    (Click LessonsforUS.com for corresponding material on the ...
Directions• This is a self-test.• Read the question and answer to yourself• Click the next slide for the answers
Question 1Compared to other ancient writings, such as Life of Alexander   by Plutarch,…1. The ancient writings of the resu...
Question 1Compared to other ancient writings, such as Life of Alexander by   Plutarch,…1. The ancient writings of the resu...
Question 21 Corinthians 15: 3-8, written by Paul contains   an early Christian…1. Secret message2. Hymn3. Poem4. CreedNext...
Question 21 Corinthians 15: 3-8, written by Paul contains   an early Christian…1. Secret message2. Hymn3. Poem4. Creed    ...
Question 3Five or six years after the crucifixion in around   30 AD Paul received the creed in 1   Corinthians 15:3-8 from...
Question 3Five or six years after the crucifixion in around   30 AD Paul received the creed in 1   Corinthians 15:3-8 from...
Question 4The resurrection message was first proclaimed in   which city?1. Rome2. Antioch3. Nazareth4. JerusalemNext slide...
Question 4The resurrection message was first proclaimed in which    city?1. Rome2. Antioch3. Nazareth4. Jerusalem.        ...
Question 5The fact that the resurrection message was proclaimed in     Jerusalem is important because1. You could refute t...
Question 5Two people who provide the most dramatic life changes, thereby    providing credibility to the claim that Jesus ...
Question 6Even the following admitted that the tomb was empty:1. Pontius Pilate2.     Jewish leaders3.     John the Baptis...
Question 6Even the following admitted that the tomb was empty:1. Pontius Pilate2.     Jewish leaders.         They thought...
Question 7The early Christian Church grew because:1. Because it was a state religion2. Because the Apostles forcibly conve...
Question 7The early Christian Church grew because:1. Because it was a state religion2. Because the Apostles forcibly conve...
Question 8From Emperor Nero in 64–68 AD to Emperors Diocletian and        Galerius in the late 200s AD and early 300s AD, ...
Question 8From Emperor Nero in 64–68 AD to Emperors   Diocletian and Galerius in the late 200s AD and   early 300s AD, Chr...
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Quiz 3 on Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus

  1. 1. Quiz 3JUST THE FACTS: Evidence for theResurrection of Jesus (Click LessonsforUS.com for corresponding 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 1Compared to other ancient writings, such as Life of Alexander by Plutarch,…1. The ancient writings of the resurrection of Jesus are much closer to the actual event2. The ancient writings of the resurrection of Jesus are much farther away from the actual event3. The ancient writings of the resurrection of Jesus have no preserved copies4. The ancient writings of the resurrection of Jesus were done 300 years after the eventNext slide for Answers
  4. 4. Question 1Compared to other ancient writings, such as Life of Alexander by Plutarch,…1. The ancient writings of the resurrection of Jesus are much closer to the actual event Right. Life of Alexander was written 400 years after Alexander died in 323 BC . 1 Corinthians 15: 3-8 was written within 6 years of the crucifixion2. The ancient writings of the resurrection of Jesus are much farther away from the actual event3. The ancient writings of the resurrection of Jesus have no preserved copies4. The ancient writings of the resurrection of Jesus were done 300 years after the eventNext slide for new question
  5. 5. Question 21 Corinthians 15: 3-8, written by Paul contains an early Christian…1. Secret message2. Hymn3. Poem4. CreedNext slide for Answers
  6. 6. Question 21 Corinthians 15: 3-8, written by Paul contains an early Christian…1. Secret message2. Hymn3. Poem4. Creed Right, Christ died, was buried, rose from the dead, and appeared to numerous cited people.Next slide for new question
  7. 7. Question 3Five or six years after the crucifixion in around 30 AD Paul received the creed in 1 Corinthians 15:3-8 from:1. Barnabas2. Peter and James3. Pontius Pilate4. JesusNext slide for Answers
  8. 8. Question 3Five or six years after the crucifixion in around 30 AD Paul received the creed in 1 Corinthians 15:3-8 from:1. Barnabas2. Peter and James Right, See Galatians 1: 18-203. Pontius Pilate4. JesusNext slide for new question
  9. 9. Question 4The resurrection message was first proclaimed in which city?1. Rome2. Antioch3. Nazareth4. JerusalemNext slide for Answers
  10. 10. Question 4The resurrection message was first proclaimed in which city?1. Rome2. Antioch3. Nazareth4. Jerusalem. Right, city where Jesus was crucified and buriedNext slide for new question
  11. 11. Question 5The fact that the resurrection message was proclaimed in Jerusalem is important because1. You could refute the empty tomb by simply walking down the street to it.2. You could ask the local Roman authorities like Pontius Pilate3. You could ask the local Jewish authorities in the Sanhedrin.4. You could ask the DisciplesNext slide for Answers
  12. 12. Question 5Two people who provide the most dramatic life changes, thereby providing credibility to the claim that Jesus was seen alive are:1. You could refute the empty tomb by simply walking down the street to it. Right. The resurrection message was not proclaimed generations later and not in some far off location. Therefore, living people in Jerusalem had an opportunity to refute it if it were false.2. You could ask the local Roman authorities like Pontius Pilate3. You could ask the local Jewish authorities in the Sanhedrin.4. You could ask the DisciplesNext slide for new question
  13. 13. Question 6Even the following admitted that the tomb was empty:1. Pontius Pilate2. Jewish leaders3. John the Baptist4. HerodNext slide for Answers
  14. 14. Question 6Even the following admitted that the tomb was empty:1. Pontius Pilate2. Jewish leaders. They thought somebody had pulled a fast one and stolen the body. This is "enemy attestation," critics agreeing with you. See Matthew 28:11-15 .3. John the Baptist4. HerodNext slide for new question
  15. 15. Question 7The early Christian Church grew because:1. Because it was a state religion2. Because the Apostles forcibly converted people with the sword3. Because of the resurrection message4. Because Emperor Nero forced people to believeNext slide for Answers
  16. 16. Question 7The early Christian Church grew because:1. Because it was a state religion2. Because the Apostles forcibly converted people with the sword3. Because of the resurrection message Right. Despite persecution by the state, Christianity grew.4. Because Emperor Nero forced people to believeNext slide for new question
  17. 17. Question 8From Emperor Nero in 64–68 AD to Emperors Diocletian and Galerius in the late 200s AD and early 300s AD, Christians were persecuted. This ended with1. Caesar in 400 AD2. Emperor Constantine I in 313 AD3. Martin Luther in 500 AD4. Mohammed in 600 ADNext slide for Answers
  18. 18. Question 8From Emperor Nero in 64–68 AD to Emperors Diocletian and Galerius in the late 200s AD and early 300s AD, Christians were persecuted. This ended with1. Caesar in 400 AD2. Emperor Constantine I in 313 AD Right. How could Christianity grow so fast and result in a Roman Emperor converting within 300 years? The message of the Gospel and the Resurrection!3. Martin Luther in 500 AD4. Mohammed in 600 AD

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