E01 Evangelism I - Test 5

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E01 Evangelism I - Test 5 - Quiz


Covers pages 50-59 of Acts (Kantola/Reynolds, PPH), and chapters 13-15 of the Acts of the Apostles in the Bible.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    The prophets and teachers in the church at Antioch included Simeon called Niger, Lucius of Cyrene, Manaen, Saul and ______________.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Barnabas." In the given question, it is stated that the prophets and teachers in the church at Antioch included Simeon called Niger, Lucius of Cyrene, Manaen, Saul and Barnabas. Therefore, Barnabas is the correct answer as it is mentioned in the question as one of the prophets and teachers in the church at Antioch.

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  • 2. 

    Stephen was a:

    • A.

      Hebrew Jew from Jerusalem.

    • B.

      Jewish proselyte.

    • C.

      Grecian or Hellenistic Jew.

    • D.

      Samaritan.

    Correct Answer
    C. Grecian or Hellenistic Jew.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Grecian or Hellenistic Jew. This is indicated by the phrase "Grecian or Hellenistic Jew" in the given options. It suggests that Stephen was a Jew who was influenced by Greek culture and language, which was common among the Hellenistic Jews. This is further supported by the fact that Stephen was chosen as one of the seven deacons in the early Christian church to serve the Greek-speaking widows, indicating his familiarity with the Greek language and culture.

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  • 3. 

    Which synagogue in Jerusalem was used by the Jews who had been taken prisoner by Roman generals and later emancipated? The synagogue of the:

    • A.

      Bereans.

    • B.

      Zealots.

    • C.

      Sanhedrin.

    • D.

      Libertines.

    Correct Answer
    D. Libertines.
    Explanation
    The Libertines synagogue in Jerusalem was used by the Jews who had been taken prisoner by Roman generals and later emancipated. The term "Libertines" refers to Jews who were originally from North Africa and had been captured by Roman forces and then freed. They established their own synagogue in Jerusalem, where they worshiped and practiced their faith. This synagogue became a gathering place for these liberated Jews, providing them with a sense of community and connection to their heritage.

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  • 4. 

    In which verse do we first find Saul referred to as "Paul"? (Do not use a concordance or Bible software to find the answer; your answer must be in the format "Book 12:13" or it will not be recognized as correct.)

    Correct Answer
    Acts 13:9
    acts 13:9
  • 5. 

    What was the name of the supreme Jewish council that originated with the seventy elders appointed by Moses?

    • A.

      The Secretariat.

    • B.

      The Sanhedrin.

    • C.

      The Jerusalem Council.

    • D.

      The Praetorium.

    Correct Answer
    B. The Sanhedrin.
    Explanation
    The Sanhedrin is the correct answer because it was the supreme Jewish council that originated with the seventy elders appointed by Moses. The Sanhedrin was responsible for religious and legal matters, and it played a significant role in the governance of the Jewish community during the time of Jesus. The Secretariat, the Jerusalem Council, and the Praetorium are not correct answers as they do not refer to the specific Jewish council mentioned in the question.

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  • 6. 

    The expression "on the right hand of God" means:

    • A.

      The place of power and glory.

    • B.

      A physical position next to the Father.

    • C.

      In a place of positive judgment, as opposed to negative judgment (on the left hand of God).

    • D.

      None of the above.

    Correct Answer
    A. The place of power and glory.
    Explanation
    The expression "on the right hand of God" refers to a position of power and glory. It symbolizes being in a position of honor and authority, indicating a close relationship with God. This phrase is often used metaphorically to represent a position of high esteem or favor. It does not refer to a physical position next to the Father or a distinction between positive and negative judgment.

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  • 7. 

    We must enter into the kingdom of God through much _______________________.

    Correct Answer
    tribulation
    tribulation.
    Tribulation
    Tribulation.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "tribulation". This means that in order to enter the kingdom of God, one must go through a great deal of hardship or suffering. The repetition of the word "tribulation" emphasizes the intensity and significance of this process. It suggests that there are no shortcuts or easy paths to enter the kingdom of God; rather, individuals must endure and overcome various challenges and trials in their journey towards spiritual salvation.

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  • 8. 

    How do we know Philip the evangelist was a Grecian Jew?

    • A.

      His name is spelled differently than the Hebrew version, Phillip.

    • B.

      His preaching was primarily in Greek.

    • C.

      He apparently lived in Caesarea.

    • D.

      He was not a Grecian Jew.

    Correct Answer
    C. He apparently lived in Caesarea.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "He apparently lived in Caesarea." This suggests that Philip was a Grecian Jew because Caesarea was a predominantly Greek-speaking city. Since Philip lived in Caesarea, it is likely that he adopted the Greek language and culture, indicating his Grecian Jewish identity.

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  • 9. 

    Had the apostles not come to Samaria during the Samaritan revival, the Samaritan believers might have:

    • A.

      Felt discriminated against by the Jewish Church.

    • B.

      Been inclined to think of themselves as being separate from the Church in Jerusalem.

    • C.

      Refused to be baptized in water.

    • D.

      Rejected Philip's preaching altogether.

    Correct Answer
    B. Been inclined to think of themselves as being separate from the Church in Jerusalem.
    Explanation
    If the apostles had not come to Samaria during the Samaritan revival, the Samaritan believers might have felt separate from the Church in Jerusalem. This is because the apostles were representatives of the Church in Jerusalem, and their presence would have helped to establish a connection between the Samaritan believers and the larger Church community. Without this connection, the Samaritan believers might have been more likely to view themselves as separate and distinct from the Church in Jerusalem.

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  • 10. 

    What does history tell us about the Ethiopian eunuch?

    • A.

      He became a great apostle and evangelized India.

    • B.

      He later renounced the faith and persecuted Christians in Ethiopia.

    • C.

      He established a church in Ethiopia.

    • D.

      His existence was allegorical, not actual.

    Correct Answer
    C. He established a church in Ethiopia.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "He established a church in Ethiopia." According to historical accounts and religious tradition, the Ethiopian eunuch, who was converted to Christianity by the apostle Philip, returned to Ethiopia and played a significant role in spreading the faith. He is believed to have established the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, which has a long and rich history in the country. This answer aligns with the historical information available about the Ethiopian eunuch's influence and impact on Christianity in Ethiopia.

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