How many woes did Jesus pronounce on the Scribes and Pharisees in Matthew's gospel?
| Five | Seven | Ten | Nine |
While John was baptising, how did he refer to the Pharisees and Sadducees?
| Tombs of iniquity | Hypocrites | Sly foxes | Generation of vipers |
Who Am I? : I was a prophet of Israel. I have the cloak which belonged to my predecessor, who left me quite suddenly. At Bethel some small boys came and made fun of me.
What did Jesus say when the Pharisees asked why he ate with publicans and sinners?
| Go thou, and do likewise. | They that be whole need not a physician, but they that are sick. | God uses the weak things of the world to bring forth strength. | 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?
| A penny | A tax collectors bag | A handful of wheat | The scroll of Isaiah |
Ananias and Sapphira sold some property and secretly kept part of the proceeds for themselves. What happened to them?
| They were stoned | They escaped to a city of refuge | They were thrown in jail | They died |
Fill in the missing number : In a parable Jesus likened the kingdom of heaven to ____ virgins, some of them were wise and the others were foolish.
What sign did the betrayer give that Jesus was the man the multitude wanted?
| He gave him a lighted torch | A slap | A kiss | He pointed |
To what does the "seventy weeks" prophecy refer?
| The destruction of Babylon | The coming of the Messiah | The fall of Jerusalem | The Kingdom of God |
How does David refer to the tribe of Judah in the Psalms?
| His washpot | His triumph | The strength of his head | His lawgiver |