Sunday, September 20, 2020

Answer 1: Mary Magdalene.

Answer 2: Joseph of Arimathea.

Answer 3: Nicodemus.

Answer 4: St. Peter.

Answer 1: John.

Answer 2: Mark.

Answer 3: Matthew.

Answer 4: Luke.

Answer 1: Luke.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: John.

Answer 4: None of them.

Answer 1: Went back home.

Answer 2: Proclaimed that Jesus had risen from the dead.

Answer 3: Gathered the eleven remaining disciples for a meal of bread and wine.

Answer 4: Went to ask the authorities where the body had been taken.

Answer 1: An angel first, then Jesus himself.

Answer 2: Two angels.

Answer 3: The resurrected Jesus.

Answer 4: St. Peter.

Answer 1: Easter Sunday.

Answer 2: Christmas Day.

Answer 3: Good Friday.

Answer 4: Three days after we commemorate His death.

Answer 1: Easter Sunday.

Answer 2: During the night, one day after Easter.

Answer 3: On the Sabbath of Passover.

Answer 4: Three days after he was buried.

Answer 1: He breathed on them.

Answer 2: He took them up onto a mountain and blessed them.

Answer 3: He baptized them.

Answer 4: He washed their feet.

Answer 1: Thomas.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: James the Lesser.

Answer 4: Peter.

Answer 1: He put his fingers into the holes in the hands and side of Jesus.

Answer 2: Jesus appeared to him in a locked room.

Answer 3: He saw Jesus walking on water while he was fishing.

Answer 4: Peter recited a verse from Isaiah to him.

Answer 1: John.

Answer 2: Matthew.

Answer 3: Mark.

Answer 4: Luke.

Answer 1: Seven or eight.

Answer 2: Three.

Answer 3: Twelve.

Answer 4: Seventeen.

Answer 1: Parables.

Answer 2: An account of the resurrection.

Answer 3: A mention of Mary Magdalene by her full name.

Answer 4: Nicodemus preparing Jesus for burial.

Answer 1: Fishing.

Answer 2: Praying.

Answer 3: Eating bread and drinking wine.

Answer 4: Building a boat.

Answer 1: 153

Answer 2: 12

Answer 3: 5000

Answer 4: 87

Answer 1: A fire of hot coals.

Answer 2: A hot stone.

Answer 3: A fire of blue flames.

Answer 4: A pot of boiling water.

Answer 1: Told Jesus that he loved Him.

Answer 2: Prayed for forgiveness for denying Jesus.

Answer 3: Cast a fishing net over the side of a boat without catching any fish.

Answer 4: Struck his chest with his fist.

Answer 1: Take care of my lambs (sheep).

Answer 2: Do not forget my words.

Answer 3: Follow me.

Answer 4: Receive my Holy Spirit.

Answer 1: That Peter would be martyred in his old age..

Answer 2: That Peter would never leave Judea.

Answer 3: That Peter would hold the keys to the kingdom.

Answer 4: That many people would succeed Peter as head of the church.

Answer 1: John himself.

Answer 2: Simon Peter.

Answer 3: Mary Magdalene.

Answer 4: Judas.

Answer 1: That John would write an account of the life and teachings of Jesus.

Answer 2: That John would be the only apostle to die of natural causes.

Answer 3: That Peter would found a church that would last until the end of days.

Answer 4: That the disciples who followed Him after His death would be taken to heaven immediately.

Answer 1: That it is incomplete.

Answer 2: That every word is literally true.

Answer 3: That anyone who adds or subtracts a single word will be cursed.

Answer 4: That it will last until Christ comes again.

Answer 1: Two pennies.

Answer 2: Nothing.

Answer 3: A trifle.

Answer 4: Three pennies.

Answer 1: Chaff carried away by the wind.

Answer 2: Animals who hide from the light.

Answer 3: Thirsty men in a desert.

Answer 4: Grass that withers under the sun.

Answer 1: Howard Finster.

Answer 2: Grandma Moses.

Answer 3: Mose T.

Answer 4: Lillian Gish.

Answer 1: Isaiah.

Answer 2: Exodus.

Answer 3: Ezekiel.

Answer 4: Job.

Answer 1: Vipers.

Answer 2: Unclean.

Answer 3: Wolves.

Answer 4: Unfit to tie the laces of his sandals.

Answer 1: John the Baptist.

Answer 2: Joseph.

Answer 3: St. Peter.

Answer 4: Mary.

Answer 1: The spirit of God descended upon him in the form of a dove.

Answer 2: The sun grew brighter and the water began to glow.

Answer 3: A halo of light shone around his head.

Answer 4: His godfather gave him a silver spoon.

Answer 1: Satan.

Answer 2: John the Baptist.

Answer 3: God in the form of a pillar of smoke.

Answer 4: Rick Steves.

Answer 1: Throw himself off.

Answer 2: Take possession of all the riches in the city.

Answer 3: Make the people in the Temple worship Him.

Answer 4: Take a snapshot of him holding up the Tower of Pisa with his hand.

Answer 1: Philip and Paul.

Answer 2: Andrew and Peter.

Answer 3: Jesus and James.

Answer 4: John and James.

Answer 1: Theophilus.

Answer 2: Eusebius.

Answer 3: Timothy.

Answer 4: Titus.

Answer 1: Friend of God.

Answer 2: Lover of knowledge.

Answer 3: Collector of letters.

Answer 4: Theodore.

Answer 1: The Apostolic Age.

Answer 2: The life of Jesus.

Answer 3: Mary Magdalene.

Answer 4: The spread of Christianity to England and Scotland.

Answer 1: Christ was taken up to heaven.

Answer 2: Mary was told by an angel that she would have a baby.

Answer 3: The Holy Spirit came to Jesus while he was being baptized by John the Baptist.

Answer 4: Jesus, Peter and Andrew climbed the Mount of Olives.

Answer 1: Jerusalem, all of Judea, and Samaria.

Answer 2: Israel and Egypt.

Answer 3: Judea and Assyria.

Answer 4: Israel and Anatolia.

Answer 1: About 1000 yards.

Answer 2: About four miles.

Answer 3: Four miles on foot or eight miles on a horse.

Answer 4: The distance to the nearest synagogue.

Answer 1: The upper room.

Answer 2: The Garden of Gethsemene.

Answer 3: Bethene.

Answer 4: The West Wall.

Answer 1: His bowels gushed out.

Answer 2: He hanged himself.

Answer 3: He was hit by a chariot.

Answer 4: He drowned in the Sea of Galilee.

Answer 1: Matthias.

Answer 2: Justus.

Answer 3: Theophilus.

Answer 4: Barnabas.

Answer 1: James (the Lesser).

Answer 2: James (the Greater)

Answer 3: Andrew.

Answer 4: Thaddeus.

Answer 1: Greek for fiftieth day.

Answer 2: Greek for five weeks.

Answer 3: Latin for upper room.

Answer 4: Greek for tongues of fire.

Answer 1: The Holy Spirit descending on the followers of Christ.

Answer 2: The martyrdom of fifty disciples.

Answer 3: The day Jesus was taken into heaven.

Answer 4: Spending fifty dollars on new clothes.

Answer 1: They were all drunk.

Answer 2: They were possessed by demons.

Answer 3: They were going to be arrested by the Jewish authorities.

Answer 4: God had come down and blessed them.

Answer 1: Peter.

Answer 2: Paul.

Answer 3: Andrew.

Answer 4: The Holy Spirit.

Answer 1: 9 a.m.

Answer 2: Noon.

Answer 3: 6 p.m.

Answer 4: 9 p.m.

Answer 1: Joel.

Answer 2: Micah.

Answer 3: Isaiah.

Answer 4: Zeccharia.

Answer 1: The Creation

Answer 2: The Messiah.

Answer 3: All Saints.

Answer 4: Elijah.

Answer 1: David.

Answer 2: Herod.

Answer 3: Solomon the Wise.

Answer 4: Saul.

Answer 1: Sheol.

Answer 2: Hades.

Answer 3: Purgatory.

Answer 4: Newark.

Answer 1: That they had crucified a man sent by God.

Answer 2: That they would be sent to hell for all eternity.

Answer 3: That Mosaic law had been fulfilled and they could not save themselves by following it.

Answer 4: That the Messiah would not free them from Roman rule.

Answer 1: Martin Luther.

Answer 2: John Wesley.

Answer 3: Johann Sebastian Bach.

Answer 4: Frederick Handel.

Answer 1: 3,000.

Answer 2: 120.

Answer 3: 12.

Answer 4: 500.

Answer 1: In the courts of the temple.

Answer 2: In secret rooms scattered around Jerusalem.

Answer 3: In a church they built from mud bricks.

Answer 4: In the Syrian quarter of Jerusalem.

Answer 1: Elvis Presley.

Answer 2: Aretha Franklin.

Answer 3: Whitney Houston.

Answer 4: Mahalia Jackson.

Answer 1: Whoever is simple (stupid), let him turn in here!

Answer 2: Gather gold to find happiness.

Answer 3: My room is warm and my bed is soft.

Answer 4: Listen not to your father, for he is old.

Answer 1: Anabaptists.

Answer 2: Mennonites.

Answer 3: Calvinists.

Answer 4: Lutherens.

Answer 1: Deuteronomy.

Answer 2: Hebrews.

Answer 3: 1 Peter.

Answer 4: Revelation.

Answer 1: Saul.

Answer 2: David.

Answer 3: Solomon.

Answer 4: Kong.

Answer 1: A man lame from birth.

Answer 2: A leper who had faith.

Answer 3: Azekial.

Answer 4: Lemerus.

Answer 1: Silver or gold.

Answer 2: A new leg.

Answer 3: Dominion over the earth.

Answer 4: The years he had lost.

Answer 1: His ankle and foot bones.

Answer 2: His knees.

Answer 3: The muscles in his calf.

Answer 4: His legs from foot to hip.

Answer 1: Tenderness.

Answer 2: Family.

Answer 3: Faith.

Answer 4: Good health.

Answer 1: The Portico of Solomon.

Answer 2: Inside the temple.

Answer 3: The West Wall.

Answer 4: Bethany.

Answer 1: The coming of Christ.

Answer 2: The Babylonian captivity.

Answer 3: A solar eclipse.

Answer 4: The diaspora.

Answer 1: The words of a false prophet will not come true.

Answer 2: A true prophet will be humble before God.

Answer 3: A false prophet will wear soft clothes.

Answer 4: A true prophet will show signs (miracles).

Answer 1: Ignorance.

Answer 2: Lack of faith.

Answer 3: The false prophecy of the high priest.

Answer 4: Their vanity.

Answer 1: Five thousand.

Answer 2: 120.

Answer 3: 800.

Answer 4: Three thousand.

Answer 1: John and Alexander.

Answer 2: Peter and Mileppus.

Answer 3: Jonathan and Theophilus.

Answer 4: Joshua ben Damneus and Aninais.

Answer 1: Edith Schaeffer

Answer 2: St. Augustine.

Answer 3: Paul (in Ephesians).

Answer 4: King David.

Answer 1: The man they had healed was standing right beside them.

Answer 2: The Sanhedrin was afraid of a riot.

Answer 3: The Holy Spirit made their tongues silent.

Answer 4: Pontius Pilate demanded that they be set free.

Answer 1: They were warned to stop teaching in the name of Christ.

Answer 2: They were put in prison.

Answer 3: They were released without comment.

Answer 4: They were threatened with crucifixion if they did not leave Jerusalem.

Answer 1: Over 40.

Answer 2: Under 35.

Answer 3: Elderly.

Answer 4: A youth who had not yet shaved.

Answer 1: Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Answer 2: Sidney Lanier.

Answer 3: John Wesley.

Answer 4: Martin Luther.

Answer 1: King David.

Answer 2: Isaiah.

Answer 3: Christ.

Answer 4: Moses.

Answer 1: Gounod.

Answer 2: Bach.

Answer 3: Haydn.

Answer 4: Vivaldi.

Answer 1: Psalm 2

Answer 2: Psalm 100.

Answer 3: Isaiah 14.

Answer 4: Proverbs 2.

Answer 1: communism.

Answer 2: socialism.

Answer 3: capitalism.

Answer 4: mercantilism.

Answer 1: Joseph, a Levite from Cyprus, later named Saint Barnabas.

Answer 2: Saul of Tarsus.

Answer 3: Joseph of Armimathea.

Answer 4: Saint Andrew.

Answer 1: He is a wise son and becomes rich.

Answer 2: He is like a grasshopper.

Answer 3: He should give away all his crops to the poor.

Answer 4: He is like an ant.

Answer 1: A man who did not give all his money to the disciples, then lied about it.

Answer 2: The husband of Ruth.

Answer 3: One of the sons of King Solomon.

Answer 4: A man who came to claim the body of Jesus.

Answer 1: Sapphira.

Answer 2: Sheba.

Answer 3: Jezebel.

Answer 4: A pillar of salt.

Answer 1: They fell down dead.

Answer 2: They roamed the earth.

Answer 3: They were martyred in Ephesus.

Answer 4: They founded a church in Egypt.

Answer 1: His shadow.

Answer 2: His knees.

Answer 3: His sandals.

Answer 4: Locks of his hair.

Answer 1: When they deserve it least.

Answer 2: When the world has deserted them.

Answer 3: At the darkest hour of the night.

Answer 4: When a family member dies.

Answer 1: Sadducees.

Answer 2: Pharisees.

Answer 3: Essenes.

Answer 4: Freemen.

Answer 1: Sanhedrin.

Answer 2: The Temple.

Answer 3: Pharisees.

Answer 4: The court of Herod.

Answer 1: Nothing; they weren't there.

Answer 2: Preaching to people passing by the windows.

Answer 3: Glowing with holy fire around their heads.

Answer 4: Kneeling and praying for God to forgive the guards.

Answer 1: Lamech.

Answer 2: Jehosephat.

Answer 3: Shem.

Answer 4: Japheth.

Answer 1: Ham saw his father naked in his tent.

Answer 2: He worshipped a false idol.

Answer 3: He killed his brother.

Answer 4: He became drunk and slept with the wife of his brother.

Answer 1: He planted a vineyard and made wine.

Answer 2: He built many boats.

Answer 3: He bought a sheep from Japeth and made cloth.

Answer 4: He wandered with his family until he came to Ur.

Answer 1: Hinudism.

Answer 2: Judaism.

Answer 3: Bahai.

Answer 4: Islam.

Answer 1: Canaan, the grandson of Noah.

Answer 2: Ishmael.

Answer 3: Esau.

Answer 4: Aaron.

Answer 1: Sarah.

Answer 2: Rebekah.

Answer 3: Elisabeth.

Answer 4: Hannah.

Answer 1: The wife of Lot.

Answer 2: Ishmael.

Answer 3: Gomorrah.

Answer 4: Jupiter.

Answer 1: A group of men from the town wanted to sleep with the male guests of Lot.

Answer 2: A group of men demanded to sleep with the women relatives of Lot.

Answer 3: The townspeople built a golden calf and worshipped it.

Answer 4: The people of the town refused refuge to Lot and his family.

Answer 1: Zoar.

Answer 2: Bethane.

Answer 3: The home of Nimrod.

Answer 4: Chaldea.

Answer 1: Lot.

Answer 2: Noah.

Answer 3: Cain.

Answer 4: Esau.

Answer 1: Lot.

Answer 2: Isaac.

Answer 3: Ishmael.

Answer 4: Aaron.