BIBL 323 Quiz 7

BIBL 323 Quiz 7 Liberty University Answers

Set 1

  1. Who was the real power behind the High Priest?
  2. Who is not mentioned as being involved in the burial of Jesus?
  3. How many times was Pilate warned about what to do with Jesus?
  4. Which disciple was an eyewitness to the crucifixion?
  5. The physical cause of Jesus’ death was
  6. Who was Annas?
  7. What is not true of Caiaphas?
  8. What were the two charges against Jesus?
  9. Who was Pilate?
  10. Who believes that Gethsemane was privately owned by friends of Jesus?
  11. Herod is the one who asks, “You are a King, then?”.
  12. Of the 17 post resurrection appearances of Jesus recorded in Scripture, John lists three of them.
  13. The disciples received the indwelling of the Holy Spirit when Jesus breathed on them.
  14. Because Pilate wanted to make a point with the Jews, he made them come into the Praetorium.
  15. Only John mentions the name of the one whose ear was cut off.
  16. The crown of thorns used on Jesus’ head represented a sign of the curse.
  17. The account of Judas’s betrayal of Jesus with a kiss is not mentioned in John.
  18. Jesus’ scourging was done before sentencing.
  19. The phrase “Touch me not” was meant for Mary to not touch Jesus at all because he had not been glorified yet.
  20. The Latin phrase for the place where Jesus was crucified is Calvary.
  21. An explanation as to why there appears to be an inaccuracy in the time of the crucifixion is because John uses both Hebrew and Roman time.
  22. John includes the Sanhedrin trial.
  23. The resurrection is “the cardinal doctrine of our system.”
  24. The first one to discover the empty tomb was John.
  25. Pilate determined what words would be on the sign on Jesus’ cross.
  26. Thomas is an example of John’s theme for his gospel – unbelief to belief.
  27. Pilate eventually declares Jesus to be guilty and condemns him to be crucified.
  28. John was the first to believe in Jesus’ resurrection.
  29. John was known by the high priest and was able to secure entrance to the home of the High Priest for just himself.
  30. Peter is one of three individuals who were given as examples of saving faith in John 20.

Set 2

  1. Who was Annas?
  2. Who was Pilate?
  3. Who believes that Gethsemane was privately owned by friends of Jesus?
  4. The physical cause of Jesus’ death was
  5. Who was the real power behind the High Priest?
  6. What is not true of Caiaphas?
  7. How many specific illegalities were committed in the trials of Jesus?
  8. Which woman is not mentioned as being at the crucifixion?
  9. Who did Mary see in the tomb?
  10. How many trials did Jesus endure?
  11. The disciples received the indwelling of the Holy Spirit when Jesus breathed on them.
  12. The original charge against Jesus before the Romans was blasphemy but Jesus would eventually be crucified for treason.
  13. Only John records that Joseph of Arimathea provided 100 pounds of spices to anoint the body of Jesus.
  14. Of the 17 post resurrection appearances of Jesus recorded in Scripture, John lists three of them.
  15. John includes the Sanhedrin trial.
  16. The crown of thorns used on Jesus’ head represented a sign of the curse.
  17. Jesus’ scourging was done before sentencing.
  18. The phrase “Touch me not” was meant for Mary to not touch Jesus at all because he had not been glorified yet.
  19. Because Pilate wanted to make a point with the Jews, he made them come into the Praetorium.
  20. John was known by the high priest and was able to secure entrance to the home of the High Priest for just himself.
  21. Thomas is an example of John’s theme for his gospel – unbelief to belief.
  22. The Gospel accounts of the crucifixion are contradictory to each other.
  23. The first one to discover the empty tomb was John.
  24. Pilate eventually declares Jesus to be guilty and condemns him to be crucified.
  25. The Latin phrase for the place where Jesus was crucified is Calvary.
  26. The resurrection is “the cardinal doctrine of our system.”
  27. Peter is one of three individuals who were given as examples of saving faith in John 20.
  28. An explanation as to why there appears to be an inaccuracy in the time of the crucifixion is because John uses both Hebrew and Roman time.
  29. John was the first to believe in Jesus’ resurrection.
  30. The account of Judas’s betrayal of Jesus with a kiss is not mentioned in John.

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