1.“Then render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s and to God the things that are God’s”. The quotation teaches
A. rejection of civil authority
B. obedience to civil authority.
C. indifference to civil authority
D. disobedience to civil authority.2
- Who requested for the body of Jesus after his death?
A. Nicodemus the Pharisee
B. Simon of Cyrene
C. Simon the disciple
D. Joseph of Arimathea3
- “Did not our hearts burn within us while he talked to us…” This expresses the regret of
A. Peter’s audience at Pentecost
B. the twelve after His audience arrest.
C. Cleopas and one other disciple
D. Cornelius and his friends.
- Paul was accused of apparently being a preacher of foreign divinities in Athens because he preached Jesus and the
D. second coming5
- When Paul and Barnabas healed a cripple at Lystra, the people named them
A. Zeus and Hermes
B. Zeus and Apollo
C. Jupiter and Mercury
D. Zeus and Mars
- Paul told the Athenians that they were very religious because
A. some of their poets said that men are the offsprings
B. they dedicated an alter to the unknown God
C. their Epicurean and Stoic philosophers always discussed religious issues
D. the city was full of idols and symbols of religious devotion.7
- The elders at Jerusalem advised Paul on his arrival to the city to
A. avoid Jewish Christians
B. purify himself along with men under vows
C. join those in the temple for prayer and fasting
D. preach the good news8
- “Do not be afraid, but speak and do not be silent for I am with you, and no man shall attack you to harm you; for I have many people in this city”. The city referred to was
- To the question of the Philippians jailer, “Men, what must I do to be save?” Paul replied
A. confess your sins and give alms
B. believe in the Lord Jesus
C. release us and wash our wounds.
D. trust in God and pray always10
10.”Let it be known to you then that this salvation of God has been sent to the Gentiles, they will listen”. This implies that
A. the Gentiles will be more receptive to Christianity than the Jews.
B. the Jews have lost the opportunity of salvation forever
C. the Gentiles are very understanding
D. Paul has completely lost hope in the Jews