How many woes did Jesus pronounce on the Scribes and Pharisees in Matthew's gospel?
| Ten | Nine | Five | Seven |
While John was baptising, how did he refer to the Pharisees and Sadducees?
| Sly foxes | Tombs of iniquity | Hypocrites | Generation of vipers |
What did Jesus say when the Pharisees asked why he ate with publicans and sinners?
| Go thou, and do likewise. | God uses the weak things of the world to bring forth strength. | They that be whole need not a physician, but they that are sick. | Birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head. |
When the Pharisees asked Jesus whether it was lawful to pay taxes to Caesar, what object did he use to answer their question?
| The scroll of Isaiah | A tax collectors bag | A penny | A handful of wheat |
Ananias and Sapphira sold some property and secretly kept part of the proceeds for themselves. What happened to them?
| They died | They escaped to a city of refuge | They were stoned | They were thrown in jail |
What sign did the betrayer give that Jesus was the man the multitude wanted?
| A slap | A kiss | He gave him a lighted torch | He pointed |
To what does the "seventy weeks" prophecy refer?
| The coming of the Messiah | The destruction of Babylon | The fall of Jerusalem | The Kingdom of God |
How does David refer to the tribe of Judah in the Psalms?
| His washpot | His lawgiver | The strength of his head | His triumph |