Sunday, July 29, 2007

Quiz on the Book of Acts

Okay, I know for some of you theologically minded bloggers this will be a cake walk, but here is a short quiz I gave the youth this morning on some of the main themes in the book of Acts.

1. Who wrote the book of Acts?

2. Why is it called the book of Acts?

3. What was the event called when the Holy Spirit came in Chapter two?

4. The First half of the book of Acts follows which major Apostle?

5. The Second half of the book of Acts follows which Major Apostle?

6. How many people where saved at Peter’s first sermon?

7. What did Peter’s vision of the clean and unclean animals mean?

7. Why was Saul on the Road to Damascus?

8. What did Ananias and Saphira do that they were stuck dead?

9. The first major Christian council met in Jerusalem, what did they get together to discuss?

10. When Paul was preachin in Ephesus, why were some of the men upset with Paul, which caused them to start a riot shouting "Great is Diana of the Ephesians"?

11. How did Paul end up on the Island of Malta where he was bitten by a snake?

12. What was something that made an impression on you while reading Acts?

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At Monday, July 30, 2007 4:31:00 AM, Anonymous Kim from Hiraeth said...

You're right. It was an easy quiz, but that last question made me pause.

Paul's unswerving commitment to the Gospel message and his willingness to abandon any semblance of his former life to pursue his calling among the Gentiles is what stands out to me. In Paul, we have such an enduring example of what it means to be a Christian.

Jesus said, "Whoever desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me."

From the time his desires were changed on the road to Damascus, we see him denying himself, taking up his cross and following Christ.

 

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