unit 3 Bible quizes 1,2,3

unit 3 Bible quizes 1,2,3

Luke is known as the beloved , as well as a fellow laborer of the Apostle.
physician
Paul
Both Paul and Luke may have been educated in:
Tarsus
Luke was likely both a:
Gentile and a Greek
Beginning in Acts 16, Luke’s frequent use of “we” reflects his:
personal experience
Luke’s storytelling of the events in the early church reflects his :
narrative structure
Luke’s detailed descriptions of sickness and healing reflect his:
physician’s perspective
Luke’s lists of people and places that Paul visited reflect his:
detailed description
Which of the following could be considered influences on Luke’s viewpoint?
the Holy Spirit
education
personal experiences
associations with early church leaders
Select the characteristics of Luke’s writing from among other gospel writers.
oriented to a non-Jewish audience
detailed and orderly
polished and formal
Luke stayed at the house of this important deacon and there possibly gathered information for the Book of Acts:
Philip in Caesarea
As part of his detailed record of events in the early church, Luke recorded the sermons of what three important church leaders?
Paul
Peter
Stephen
Acts 16:10: “And after he [Paul] had seen the
vision
a0, immediately we endeavoured to go into
macedonia
a1, assuredly gathering that the Lord had called us for to
preach
a2 the
gospel
a3unto them.”
Luke was with Paul when he was a prisoner in Rome.
True
Luke knew several of Paul’s co-workers.
True
The book of Acts is, for the most part, chronological in sequence.
True
Luke indicates that he carefully investigated everything about the life of Christ.
True
to help a nobleman understand the things he had been taught
Particular Purpose
to describe Christ’s ministry in the church after his ascension. Jewish orator who spoke before Felix
Historical Purpose
to document Christ’s ministry from his birth to the birth and growth of the Church.
Comprehensive Purpose
Luke wrote two letters to Theophilus, a Greek nobleman whom he called “most
excellent
Luke wrote Acts to describe the continued ministry of in the early Church, completed by in the work of .
Christ
the Holy Spirit
the apostles
The Holy Spirit was sent
on the day of Pentecost.
Acts 1:8: “But ye shall, after that the, is come upon you: and ye shall be, unto me both in,and in all, and in, and unto the uttermost part of the
receive
power
Holy Ghost
witnesses
Jerusalem
Judea
Samaria
earth
Luke presented the message of Christ through the sermons of which apostles?
Paul
Stephen
Peter
The apostles preached the death, burial, and ascension of Christ.
resurrection
Acts 16:10: “And after he [Paul] had seen the
vision
a0, immediately we endeavoured to go into
Macedonia
a1, assuredly gathering that the Lord had called us for to
preach
a2 the
gospel
a3unto them.”
Luke and Acts overlap in what details?
commissioning of the disciples
instructions to wait for the Holy Spirit
ascension of Christ
Select the expressions used in Acts to explain the baptism with the Holy Spirit.
pouring out
receiving
filling
falling upon
coming upon
shedding forth
The book of Acts records the spread of the Gospel, beginning in the city of and ending in the city of .
Jerusalem
Rome
When the believers were filled with the Holy Spirit they began to speak in other languages.
True
Luke records miracles of healing in his gospel account, but not in the book of Acts.
False
Select the statements that describe how the disciples acted after they were baptized with the Holy Spirit:
spoke boldly about Christ to the Jewish council
bold in proclaiming Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection.
full of faith
Which of the three yearly Jewish feasts did the Lord select as the occasion on which to send the Holy Spirit?
The Feast of Passover
is known for preaching to the Samaritans and the Ethiopian eunuch.
Philip
Luke’s two letters were written to , whom he addressed as “most .”
Theophilus
excellent
Which church leader was put to death by Herod?
James
What position in the Jerusalem church did Philip and Stephen hold?
deacon
Paul’s first prison experience was in the city of:
Philippi
What did Stephen ask God to do concerning his murderers?
forgive them
Approximately how many years of history does the Acts of the Apostles cover?
thirty
Saul, later called Paul, was from the city of:
Tarsus
brief journey, covering the eastern Mediterranean area
1st journey
journey overland through Asia into Europe, back along the coast to Capernaum
2nd journey
journey spent confirming the churches which Paul had established previously
3rd journey
journey to Rome during which Paul suffered shipwreck
Final journey
As far as we know, was the first Christian martyr.
Stephen
2:43: “And fear came upon every soul: and many, and ,were done by the
Acts
wonders
miraculous signs
signs
apostles
The “Home Missions” ministry in Acts is primarily centered around the work of which disciples?
Peter
Stephen
Philip
The “Foreign Missions” ministry in Acts is primarily centered around the work of which disciples?
Paul
Barnabas
Select the expressions used in Acts to explain the baptism with the Holy Spirit.

filling

filling
receiving
coming upon
falling upon
pouring out
shedding forth
Select the names of Roman officials with whom we know Paul had contact:
Festus
King Agrippa
King Herod