NBST 520 Quiz 1

NBST 520 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The primary accusation fabricated against Stephen was that he had abandoned Judaism when he became a Christian.
  2. Which one of the following was notstated concerning Cornelius?
  3. According to Carson and Moo, the book of Acts should be dated sometime after the fall of the Temple in 70 AD.
  4. Some Christian Jews in Jerusalem, upon hearing about Peter’s successful ministry to the Gentiles, were unhappy that he ate with uncircumcised Gentiles.
  5. The only point of Peter’s vision is that food laws were now suspended.
  6. According to Carson and Moo, which of the following is the general purpose of Luke’s writing Acts?
  7. The similarity of all historical events in the Scriptures is that they all record the intervention of God.
  8. After being flogged in Acts 5, the disciples were actually joyous.
  9. According to Bruce, Paul’s father served in the Roman military and attained Roman citizenship by showing valor on the battlefield.
  10. In the book of Acts, who was the first Christian martyr killed for his faith in Jesus?
  11. In the story of the Ethiopian eunuch in Acts 8, from what Old Testament book was he reading?
  12. According to Carson and Moo, which of the following is NOT one of the six key theological themes in Acts?
  13. According to Carson and Moo, New Testament letters resemble ancient Greco-Roman letters in a very general way.
  14. According to Bruce, the various views of early “christologies” have been interwoven with each other throughout the history of Christian thought since the beginning of Christianity.
  15. Luke commonly closes a chapter with a hinge to a later chapter. Chapter 4 ends with the mention of what important person for the first time?
  16. Who was the first to bring the gospel to the Samaritans?
  17. The Gallio Inscription helps us date Paul’s second missionary journey to around AD 50-52.
  18. Which of the following according to Carson and Moo best represents the most likely purpose for the writing of Acts?
  19. Who is the only person in Acts that envisioned Jesus “standing in heaven”?
  20. According to Bruce, the Sanhedrin never had the right to enforce capital punishment on a Jew for blasphemy.

Set 2

  1. The phrase “waiting on tables” in Acts 6 means distributing the food at Lord’s Supper.
  2. Luke commonly closes a chapter with a hinge to a later chapter. Chapter 4 ends with the mention of what important person for the first time?
  3. The primary reason that the book of Acts was written was to document the cross cultural ministry of the early church.
  4. Which one of the following was not stated concerning Cornelius?
  5. According to Carson and Moo, which of the following is the general purpose of Luke’s writing Acts?
  6. The similarity of all historical events in the Scriptures is that they all record the intervention of God.
  7. Luke has purposely shaped the story of Peter’s second speech, inspired by the Holy Spirit, to demonstrate that it was really the Sanhedrin that was on trial and that they were guilty.
  8. The book of Acts is notorious for containing almost no real historical information.
  9. Which of the following was not true of the 7 “replacements” chosen in Acts 6?
  10. Some New Testament writings are anonymous, and others are even pseudonymous.
  11. The New Testament canon arranges Paul’s letters chronologically.
  12. Some Christian Jews in Jerusalem, upon hearing about Peter’s successful ministry to the Gentiles, were unhappy that he ate with uncircumcised Gentiles.
  13. According to Bruce, Saul clearly persecuted the church before his conversion, but there is no evidence that the persecution led to loss of life.
  14. Who was the first to bring the gospel to the Samaritans?
  15. In Peter’s prayer/sermon following the Apostles’ release in Acts 4, he prayed for
  16. The Jerusalem Council decided that Gentiles should be circumcised in order to be genuine Christians.
  17. Following Peter’s prayer/sermon in Acts 10, they experienced another Spirit filling like at Pentecost.
  18. The Gallio Inscription helps us date Paul’s second missionary journey to around AD 50-52.
  19. The story in Acts about Simon’s offer of money for the Holy Spirit clearly showed that Simon did not profess a genuine belief in Christianity, according to Lea and Black.
  20. The only point of Peter’s vision is that food laws were now suspended.
Purchase the answer key
$2.99
Add to Cart
  • Find by class