In the parable of the workers in the vineyard, why were some of the labourers unhappy with being paid only one penny?
| Some had worked less hours for the same pay | They didn't think it was enough for the type of work | They had been promised two pennies | They were made to work overtime for no extra pay |
In the parable of the debtors, one owed 500 denarii, but how much did the other one owe?
| 5000 | 100 | 5 | 50 |
Jesus quotes a portion of text from the Old Testament in connection with the parable of the vineyard owner, The stone which the builders rejected is become the head of the corner:, but which Old Testament book did this come from?
| Psalms | Ezekiel | Isaiah | Jeremiah |
Who said "The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few"?
| Paul | Peter | Boaz | Jesus |
When Jesus was asked if he paid taxes, what animal concealed a coin with which to pay the taxes?
| Snake | Goat | Fish | Donkey |
What did Joseph Barnabas sell to raise money for God's work?
| Flock of sheep | House | Horse | Field |
How does Paul tell us to work out our own salvation?
| By reading our Bible often | With fear and trembling | In hope and charity | By obeying Paul's words |
The Prodigal Son was hired to work as a shepherd
| True | False |