New Testament Bible MCQ

The English word “Bible” comes from bíblia in Latin and bíblos in Greek. The term means book, or books, and may have originated from the ancient Egyptian port of Byblos (in modern-day Lebanon), where papyrus used for making books and scrolls was exported to Greece.

Other terms for the Bible are the Holy Scriptures, Holy Writ, Scripture, or the Scriptures, which means “sacred writings.”

The Bible itself claims to be the inspired Word of God, or “God-breathed” (2 Timothy 3:16; 2 Peter 1:21). It unfolds as a divine love story between the Creator God and the object of his love, humankind. In the pages of the Bible, we learn of God’s interaction with humans. We discover his purposes and plans from the beginning of time and throughout history.

The New Testament, is made up of twenty-seven different books attributed to eight different authors, six of whom are numbered among the Apostles (Matthew, John, Paul, James, Peter, Jude) and two among their immediate disciples (Mark, Luke).

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Bible-New Testament MCQ

In the New Testament Gospels, Jesus performs all of the following miracles except:
In John, the signs are intended to:
In Luke, Jesus' public ministry begins with:
Which of the following stories is only found in Luke?
Which of the following books tells stories about Paul's missions?
The book of James says that people are:
In John, Jesus tells the disciples that after he leaves
According to the New Testament, Paul:
In Luke's temptation narrative, Jesus' final temptation is:
In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus' birth narrative parallels that of:
Paul preached that salvation:
According to the Gospels, people believed that Jesus' ability to work miracles reflected all of the following except:
The Gospel of Luke came to be attributed to a man who was thought to have been:
In John, Jesus' teachings focus primarily on:
In John, Jesus' teachings focus primarily on:
John calls Jesus the “Lamb of God” because:
Paul wrote to the Corinthians that the only thing that mattered to him was:
According to both Jesus and Paul, how can the Law be summed up?
Historically speaking, who was responsible for Jesus' death?
All of the New Testament letters were written:

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