New Testament Test

WP_20131206_006Last week featured a couple of blog posts designed to test your knowledge of the Old Testament.

I’m told the first test was easier than the second one.
You can now find the answer key in the comments section below each test.

Today we continue our assessment, but turn our attention to the New Testament. We’ll conclude tomorrow.

Be sure to come back to this post tomorrow to find the answers in the comments. Good luck!

Multiple Choice
1. The Gospel with the most number of chapters is:
a. Matthew b. Mark c. Luke d. John e. None of these

2. The Gospel that is most different from the other three is:
a. Matthew b. Mark c. Luke d. John e. None of these

3. “The Word became flesh and dwelt among us” is from:
a. Matthew b. Mark c. Luke d. John e. None of these

4. The Gospel written by a gentile physician was:
a. Matthew b. Mark c. Luke d. John e. None of these

5. The Gospel containing the Upper Room Discourse, describing the role and function of the Holy Spirit is:
a. Matthew b. Mark c. Luke d. John e. None of these

6. The shortest Gospel in the Bible is:
a. Matthew b. Mark c. Luke d. John e. None of these

7. The Gospel that does not record the death and resurrection of Jesus is:
a. Matthew b. Mark c. Luke d. John e. None of these

8. The Great Commission is recorded in:
a. Matthew b. Mark c. Luke d. John e. None of these

9. The man who was dragged out of the city and left for dead, only to get up and go back into the same city was:
a. Paul b. Stephen c. Peter d. John e. Nicodemus

10. The first Christian martyr was:
a. Paul b. Stephen c. Peter d. John e. Nicodemus

11. The only one of the original 12 disciples that did NOT die prematurely was:
a. James b. Thomas c. Peter d. John e. Phillip

12. Those who were with Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration were:
a. Moses, Elisha, John, Peter, James
b. Moses, Elijah, John, Peter, Matthew
c. Moses, Elisha, John, Peter, Matthew
d. Moses, Elijah, John, Peter, James
e. None of these

So how did you do? Do you find that you know the OT or NT better?

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