Unknown Facts About Jesus Christ! Bible Trivia Quiz

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  • 1. 

    The centurion was guilty of

    • A.

      Going along with the crowd

    • B.

      Demanding that Jesus be crucified

    • C.

      Hardening his heart against Jesus

    • D.

      Refusing to give the dying man a drink

    Correct Answer
    A. Going along with the crowd
    Explanation
    That is what happened to Jesus Christ. He was crucified, and the centurion was the one who carried out the sentence. If you had asked him, he would probably have said, “It’s not my fault. I’m not responsible for this. I’m just doing my job. The men who condemned Him are the ones who really crucified Christ.” But the fact remains that his were the hands that actually nailed Jesus to the cross. And he was probably one of the group of soldiers who mocked Him—initially, at least (Luke 23:36).

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  • 2. 

    The world in which we live generally

    • A.

      Loves the Lord Jesus

    • B.

      Has no use for Jesus

    • C.

      Tries to obey Jesus’ teachings

    • D.

      Is sorry that Jesus had to die

    Correct Answer
    B. Has no use for Jesus
    Explanation
    The crucifixion of Christ means as much today as it did back then. God is going to judge every man in light of Christ’s death. Where do you stand? In the Person of Jesus, God planned and carried out a personal visit to this planet. The reaction of the people when Jesus came to earth was to get rid of Him. People have the same reaction today. They would crucify Him again if they could. Would you?

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  • 3. 

    Jesus Christ was crucified

    • A.

      To pay for our sins

    • B.

      Because God had disowned Him

    • C.

      For plotting to overthrow Rome

    • D.

      Because He was discovered to be an imposter

    Correct Answer
    A. To pay for our sins
    Explanation
    God loves us and wants to save us from the judgment that we deserve (Romans 5:8-9). You and I may make excuses, but we are each responsible for our actions and what we do with God’s offer of salvation that Christ purchased for us by His death on that cross. We must either accept His sacrifice for us or reject it. Even though we weren’t there at Golgotha, we must acknowledge that it was our sin that made it necessary for Christ to die—and that apart from Him we have no hope for forgiveness of our sins.

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  • 4. 

    One of the things that must have made an impression on the centurion was when

    • A.

      One of the thieves, who initially cursed Christ, entrusted his soul to Him

    • B.

      Christ healed someone while hanging on the cross

    • C.

      Christ came down from the cross

    • D.

      Christ’s disciples stood faithfully by His side

    Correct Answer
    A. One of the thieves, who initially cursed Christ, entrusted his soul to Him
    Explanation
    But perhaps what touched him most was the change that came over one of the thieves crucified with Christ. Jesus had said to this man, “Today you will be with Me in Paradise” when that thief had entrusted the eternal welfare of his soul to Him. The sudden and startling change in that man’s words and attitude must have convinced the centurion that this was no ordinary crucifixion.

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  • 5. 

    The centurion confessed Jesus to be

    • A.

      The Son of God

    • B.

      The Lamb of God

    • C.

      The Son of Man

    • D.

      The Man of Sorrows

    Correct Answer
    A. The Son of God
    Explanation
    This Roman soldier is recorded confessing his belief in Jesus as a righteous man (Luke 23:47) and as the Son of God (Mark 15:39). With that simple confession, he took the step that put him on the saving side of the cross. The man who had crucified Christ and who had considered Christ now confessed Christ. With these words, the only words of his recorded in the Bible, this man revealed that his heart had been touched and his eyes opened. He became one of the very few who came to the cross that day and took sides with Christ.

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