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Questions based on AA chapter 10

1.The story of the First Christian Martyr is based on

a. John 11:1-16

b. Acts 6:5-15

c. Revelation 3: 14-22

d. Hebrews 11:1-11

2. Which of these statements is true about Stephen?

a. He was a Jew who could speak the Greek language.

b. He was a Greek national who could speak the Jewish language.

c. He was of Roman ancestry who adopted Jewish nationality.

d. He used to be a personal friend of Saul later named Paul.

3. Several witnesses volunteered to testify against Stephen during his trial.

a. True

b. False

4. Which of these statements is NOT TRUE.

a. A holy radiance shone on Stephen’s face as he stood before the judges.

b. He humbled himself and begged the judges for his freedom, but his plea was not granted.

c. The fear of death left him as he stood before the judges.

d. He saw the heaven opened and beheld glory of the courts of God.

5. All these happened as a result of Stephen’s martyrdom EXCEPT

a. Saul was elected as a member of the Sanhedrin as a reward for his part in the execution of

Stephen

b. The execution of Stephen made a deep impression on all who witnessed the occasion..

c. His death succeeded in stopping the missionary zeal of the Christians in Jerusalem.

d. Saul took the place of the martyred Stephen.


Questions Based on AA Chapter 11

1. Who said this? “And when they were put to death, I gave my voice against them.” (Acts 26:11)
a. Stephen b. Saul of Tarsus c. Nicodemus d. Philip
b.
2. The member of the Sanhedrin who came to Jesus for a secret interview was
a. Saul of Tarsus b. Nicodemus c. the woman of Samaria d. Joseph of Arimathea

3. To scatter God’s representatives abroad where they could work for others, God permitted
persecution to come upon the early Christian missionaries.
a. True b. False

4. Which of these statements is NOT TRUE?


a. Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea took charge of the expense for Jesus’ burial.
b. Philip was caught away by the Spirit of the Lord after the eunuch’s baptism.
c. The responsibility of fulfilling the divine commission rests only upon the ministers and
leaders of the church.
d. Everyone who has received Christ is called upon to work for the salvation of his fellowmen.

5. Who was directed to the Ethiopian eunuch to explain to him the prophecy he was reading?
a. Philip b. Stephen c. Nicodemus d. an angel of the Lord
Questions Based on AA Chapter 12

1. Which of these statements is not true of Saul of Tarsus?


a. He was a Roman citizen by birth.
b. He was educated in Jerusalem by the most eminent rabbis.
c. He took part in the trial and execution of Stephen.
d. His blindness was God’s punishment for persecuting the people of God.

2. Saul was blind for _____ days.


a. 7 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5

3. Who said this?: “Saul, Saul, why persecutes thou Me?”


a. Christ b. Stephen c. Paul d. the woman of Samaria

4. How did Saul regain his sight?


a. An angel touched his eyes.
b. He earnestly prayed and fasted for the restoration of his sight.
c. He was brought to Jesus for healing.
d. Ananias of Damascus was directed to restore his eyesight.

5. The conversion of Saul was a striking evidence of the miraculous power of the Holy Spirit to
convict men of sin.
a. True b. False
Questions based on AA chapter 13

1. Which of these statements is NOT true of Paul?


a. His conversion greatly surprised many of the Jews and they doubted the genuineness of his
efforts.
b. Although an eloquent and talented speaker, he had to undergo training before he could
preach in the synagogue.
c. Immediately after his baptism, he fearlessly preached in the name of Jesus.
d. Because of the growing opposition, he was not allowed to continue his labors in Damascus.

2. How did Paul escape from those who wanted to kill him?
a. He was let down through the wall lowering him in a basket.
b. He disguised himself as one of the Jewish religious leaders.
c. He was hidden by his friends who supported his efforts.
d. An angel of the Lord guided his way out of the city gates.

3. Who was the person who took Paul to the disbelieving disciples and convinced them of his
sincerity as a follower of Jesus?
a. Peter b. Ananias c. Barnabas d. Nicodemus

4. Fill the blanks. “…God had chosen the ________ things of this world to confound the ______.”
(I Cor. 1:27)
a. foolish – wise b. weak – despised c. mighty – weak d. base – foolish

5. A heavenly messenger told Paul to leave Jerusalem where he was faced with opposition, and
sent him to preach to the Gentiles.
a. True b. False
Questions based on AA Chapter 14

1. The person being referred to in this chapter as “a seeker for truth” is ___
a. Aeneas b. Dorcas c. Cornelius d. Peter

2. Who was the person who had been sick of palsy for eight years, but was healed by Peter?
a. Aeneas b. Dorcas c. a Gentile convert d. a Jewish priest

3. Peter immediately understood the real meaning of his vision and obeyed the Lord right
away.
a. True b. False

4. Which of these statements is NOT TRUE ?


a. The vision of Peter was both a reproof and instruction to the early disciples.
b. The conversion of Cornelius was the first fruit of harvest among the Gentiles.
c. From the very start, the conversion of the Gentiles was warmly received by the Jewish
leaders.
d. The vision of the sheet and its contents revealed that Jews and Gentiles alike are
precious in God’s sight.

5. All of these are fit descriptions of Cornelius except ____


a. He was a man of wealth and noble birth.
b. He was of good repute among both Jews and Gentiles.
c. He believed in god as the Creator of heaven and earth.
d. He was converted to the truth because an angel personally ministered to him.
Questions based on AA Chapter 15

1. What motivated Herod to persecute the church of Christ?


a. He wanted to obtain the favor of the Jews and secure his positions of honor.
b. The Roman government ordered him to do so even against his will.
c. The teachings of the church were causing division among the Jewish people.
d. Christ’s followers were not in favor of the ways he ran the government.

2. All of these were the cruelties of Herod except-


a. The death of James
b. The imprisonment of Peter
c. The stoning of Stephen
d. The persecution of Christ’s followers

3. Why was Peter temporarily imprisoned instead of being executed right away?
a. It was feared that his death might excite pity or even protest among the multitude.
b. The law demanded that they follow a due process before his execution.
c. Herod was hoping that Peter might later on voluntarily submit to his power.
d. Herod wanted to prolong Peter’s agony in prison.

4. What did the church members do while Peter was in prison?


a. They rallied a protest against Herod.
b. They begged for the mercy of the magistrates and priests.
c. They had deep searching of heart, fasted and prayed earnestly for Peter’s deliverance.
d. They left all the matter entirely to God.

5. To prevent all possibility of Peter’s escape, all of these were done except-
a. He was put under the charge of six soldiers.
b. He was bound by two chains, each chain fastened to the wrist of each of the two
soldiers guarding him.
c. He was confined in a rock-hewn cell.
d. All doors were strongly bolted and barred
Chapter 16- The Gospel Message to Antioch - June 8, 2019

1. It was a place for pleasure lovers, a city of luxury and vice; but it gladly received the
gospel message brought by the disciples.
a. Cyprus
b. Antioch
c. Cyrene
d. Damascus

2. Barnabas was deeply discouraged by the frustrating result of his labors and so he felt he
needed the help of Paul.
a. True
b. False

3. Which of these statements is FALSE?


a. It was in Antioch that the disciples were first called Christians.
b. The labors of Paul and Barnabas were abundantly blessed although neither of them
were ordained the gospel ministry.
c. Church doctrines were the main theme of the disciple’s preaching, teaching and
conversations.
d. Ordained missionaries were then given full ecclesiastical authority by the church.

4. All of these statements are false except-


a. The ordination of and Barnabas in the gospel ministry gave them a personal sense of
authority and importance in the church.
b. These two apostles were ordained because they were strongly recommended by the
majority of the church leaders.
c. It was the Holy Ghost who said, “Separate Me Barnabas and Paul for the work
whereunto I have called them.”
d. Their ordination was gladly agreeable with all the Jewish believers.

5. Fill the blanks.

If any man ___________ as a Christian, let him not be ___________; but let him

__________ God on this behalf. (1 Peter 4:16)

a. Suffer, ashamed, glorify


b. Believe, afraid, love
c. Behave, sad, thank
d. Act, careless, exult
Chapter 17 – Heralds of the Gospel

1. It was the home country of Barnabas, and one of the places where most believers in
Jerusalem went for refuge to escape religious persecution.
a. Cyprus
b. Seleucia
c. Cilicia
d. Salamis

2. A prudent man who called for Barnabas because he desired to hear the Word of
God.
a. Elymas
b. Bar-jesus
c. Sergius Paulus
d. John Mark

3. What happened to the sorcerer and false prophet who wanted to thwart God’s
purpose in proclaiming the truth to the dignitaries of Cyprus?
a. He became temporarily blind
b. He became permanently leprous
c. He suddenly fell dead
d. He was stricken with a rare disease

4. Why did John Mark refuse to further or continue in his missionary journey with Paul
and Barnabas?
a. He was overwhelmed with fear and discouragement.
b. He had labored with success under favorable conditions and, therefore, was not
used to hardships
c. Both a and b
d. He had a serious misunderstanding with his two companions (Barnabas and
Paul)

5. Which of these statements is true?


a. Paul and Barnabas, although threatened by Jewish rejection, spoke the plain
truth to both Jews and gentiles.
b. The Gentiles were glad to hear that they, too, were recognized as children of
God and ordained for eternal life.
c. The unbelieving Jews of Antioch raised a persecution against Paul and Barnabas
that caused the preachers to leave the place.
d. All of the above