Synoptic Gospels and Acts Week 7 Quiz

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Synoptic Gospels and Acts Quiz on Synoptic Gospels and Acts Week 7 Quiz, created by Tim Swindler on 08/27/2016.

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Question 1

Question
Which of the following is NOT true?
Answer
  • In the Gospels Jesus uses the term "the Son of Man" more than any other self-descriptor
  • Unlike Matthew and Luke, Mark never has Jesus explicitly use the phrase "Son of Man", though others in his narrative repeatedly call Jesus that.
  • Most of the occurrences of "Son of Man" are found on Jesus' lips (i.e., others in the New Testament rarely refer to him with this term)
  • None of the answers provided is a correct answer (except this one)
  • Scholars generally recognize that Jesus likely used the terminology of "Son of Man"

Question 2

Question
Pick the best answer
Answer
  • Daniel's vision of a figure who looked "like a son of man" and who came in the clouds of heaven to the Ancient of Days is best understood as describing one thing: a vision of a divine being
  • None of the answers provided is correct
  • Daniel's vision of a figure who looked "like a son of man" and who came in the clouds of heaven to the Ancient of Days is best understood as relating one idea: the son of man is a collective symbol of the saints
  • The figure of the "one like a son of man" in Daniel 7 can be understood as as an image of three things: a divine being, a symbol of the saints, and an image of a future eschatological figure
  • Daniel's vision of a figure who looked "like a son of man" and who came in the clouds of heaven to the Ancient of Days is best understood as relating one idea: the son of man is a future eschatological / messianic figure

Question 3

Question
Which is TRUE about Matthew 8-10?
Answer
  • None of the answers provided is correct (except this one)
  • In Matthew 8-9, Jesus performs seven miracles, corresponding to the seven sacraments before sending the apostles out to "forgive sins" in Matthew 10
  • In Matthew 8-9, Jesus sends the apostles out. In Matthew 10 he performs ten different miracles.
  • In Matthew 8-9, we find ten miracles stories, which depict Jesus as a figure like Moses. In the following chapter, Jesus calls the twelve apostles to himself and then sends them out.

Question 4

Question
Which is NOT true?
Answer
  • Jesus' appointment of twelve apostles signals his intention to restore all twelve tribes of Israel
  • None of the answers is a correct answer (except this one)
  • Keys were linked to priestly ministry in ancient Judaism
  • By describing the apostles' role as "judging" the twelve tribes, Jesus identifies the twelve as priestly figures
  • Peter is likened to Eliakim who wears the garments of the high priest in Isaiah 22

Question 5

Question
Which of the following is NOT true about Jesus' ministry of healing?
Answer
  • In the Catholic teaching, Jesus' miracles are seen as having salvific value
  • All of the answers are correct (except the option "None of the answers is correct")
  • Jesus' miracles signal the arrival of the eschatological age
  • None of the answers is correct (except this one)
  • Jesus' miracles are understood in Catholic Tradition as making visible what is invisible in the sacramental ministry of the Church

Question 6

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While Jesus' description of his activity matches Isaiah 35 and Isaiah 61--a combination of passages also found in a passage in a description of the Messiah in the Dead Sea Scrolls--he makes no reference to one of the elements described therein--setting captives free.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 7

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Some scholars see the Son of Man as a divine figure because he comes riding on clouds, something otherwise associated with divinity.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 8

Question
Match the miracle story to the right answer: ***Healing of the leper***
Answer
  • Jesus tells the healed man to offer sacrifice in the temple
  • Forgives sin
  • Jesus speaks of the eschatological banquet

Question 9

Question
Match the miracle story to the right answer ***Healing of the paralytic ***
Answer
  • Jesus tells the healed man to offer sacrifice in the temple
  • Forgives sin
  • Jesus speaks of the eschatological banquet

Question 10

Question
Match the miracle story to the right answer ***Jesus and the Centurion***
Answer
  • Jesus tells the healed man to offer sacrifice in the temple
  • Forgives sin
  • Jesus speaks of the eschatological banquet