Startling New Testament Quiz? You Tell Us

Open Book Quiz Score 10 points for each correct answer. Answers appear on March 26th post.       Suggestion: Answer questions from your knowledge and recollection of texts. Then go back    and answer by looking up the passages listed. Either way correct answers get full credit. (We apologize for failing to format numbers at left margin. We are contacting this site about difficulties with its new editing scheme.)

1.“Let us do good unto all men, but especially to  ___________________(Galatians 5:10) 2.“Bear one another’s burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ”(Gal. 6:1) What is Christ’s law  _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________(Appears ____________________________________________Found in John 13: 34, 35)        3.Paul and Jesus both taught that we believers should love everyone, but we have a prior obligation to each other than to the lost? Explain from John 13: 34, 35; John 17: 21-23 how that makes sense. __________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________   4.In Matt. 5:13-16, Jesus warns that when salt loses its saltiness, it becomes worthless. Here He is warning the (a) Jews; (b) apostles; (c) Individual Christians: (d) The church/ body of Christ?       5.Christians can lose their worth and value to Him and the world by failing to (a) read their Bibles and pray; (b) obey his love command in John 13. (c) attend and give to our church (d) win others to Christ; (e) model unity to the world; (f) both (b) and (e) (Read  John 13: 34,35; 15: 12-17; John 17: 21-23)                                                                                                                                                             6.In Acts 1 2: 1, 42-46 we find church members “dedicated to the apostles’ teaching” and also how they took care of each other. That’s because the apostles taught them  (a) to obey Christ’s love  command  (b) to practice agape among themselves to make a good impression on unbelievers; (c) God will respond by “adding to the church” as Jesus predicted. (d) All of the above.                                                                                                                                                             7.In Acts 9: 3-4 we read, “Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting ______.” Paul replied “Who are you, Lord?” The Lord answered “I am Jesus whom _____________________.                                                                                                  8.Who has Paul really been persecuting?_____________ Why does Jesus tell Paul in this way? __________________________________________________________________________      9.(Extra Credit)List two of Paul’s terms for the church in chapters one and two of Ephesians            (a) ________________________________ (b) ___________________________  10.Paul writes in 1 Cor.11: 28-29, “Let a man examine himself and then eat of the bread and drink of the cup.  For he that eats and drinks unworthily eats and drinks condemnation on himself, not discerning the Lord’s body.”What bodyis Paul referring to here?___________ _____________ _________Compare your answer with the context, especially verses 18-22, 33.                                                                                                                    TOTAL POSSIBLE SCORE _100_   WITH EXTRA CREDIT:_120       YOUR SCORE______        

Please let us know if any answers surprised you  If any of your answers differs from ours, show us how from scripture and earn full credit

 


 

 

 

 

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