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In Jerusalem, when did the commander release Paul? (22:30)
The next dayAfter about two weeksThree years later
In Jerusalem, when did the commander release Paul? (22:30)
The next dayAfter about two weeksThree years later
What did Ananias, the high priest, order those standing near Paul to do? (23:2)
Pick up PaulStrike Paul on the mouthStone Paul
What did Ananias, the high priest, order those standing near Paul to do? (23:2)
Pick up PaulStrike Paul on the mouthStone Paul
What did Paul say after the Jews accused him of insulting the high priest? (23:4-5)
“I did not realize that he was the high priest.”“For it is written: ‘Do not speak evil about the ruler of your people.’”Both answers are correct.
What did Paul say after the Jews accused him of insulting the high priest? (23:4-5)
“I did not realize that he was the high priest.”“For it is written: ‘Do not speak evil about the ruler of your people.’”Both answers are correct.
Who did Paul tell the Sanhedrin he was? (23:6)
A PhariseeThe son of a ChristianBoth answers are correct.
Who did Paul tell the Sanhedrin he was? (23:6)
A PhariseeThe son of a ChristianBoth answers are correct.
What happened after Paul said that he stood on trial because of the hope of the resurrection of the dead? (23:6-7)
“Paul was released.”“A dispute broke out between the Pharisees and the Sadducees.”“Paul was sentenced to life in prison.”
What happened after Paul said that he stood on trial because of the hope of the resurrection of the dead? (23:6-7)
“Paul was released.”“A dispute broke out between the Pharisees and the Sadducees.”“Paul was sentenced to life in prison.”
Who says there is no resurrection? (23:8)
The PhariseesThe high priestsThe Sadducees
Who says there is no resurrection? (23:8)
The PhariseesThe high priestsThe Sadducees
In the Sanhedrin, after Paul spoke about the resurrection, who found nothing wrong with Paul? (23:9)
The PhariseesThe SadduceesThe high priest
In the Sanhedrin, after Paul spoke about the resurrection, who found nothing wrong with Paul? (23:9)
The PhariseesThe SadduceesThe high priest
What was the commander afraid would happen to Paul because the dispute became so violent in the Sanhedrin? (23:10)
Paul would be torn to pieces by them.Paul would escape into the crowd.Both answers are correct.
What was the commander afraid would happen to Paul because the dispute became so violent in the Sanhedrin? (23:10)
Paul would be torn to pieces by them.Paul would escape into the crowd.Both answers are correct.
While in Jerusalem, who stood near Paul and encouraged him? (23:11)
The SadduceesThe disciplesThe Lord
While in Jerusalem, who stood near Paul and encouraged him? (23:11)
The SadduceesThe disciplesThe Lord
Who formed a conspiracy and bound themselves with an oath not to eat or drink until they had killed Paul? (23:12)
The disciplesSome Jews in JerusalemSilas and Barnabas
Who formed a conspiracy and bound themselves with an oath not to eat or drink until they had killed Paul? (23:12)
The disciplesSome Jews in JerusalemSilas and Barnabas
How many men were involved in the plot to kill Paul? (23:13)
More than 40About 100Just a few
How many men were involved in the plot to kill Paul? (23:13)
More than 40About 100Just a few
When did the Jews plan to kill Paul in Jerusalem? (23:15)
When he was put in prisonOn his way to the SanhedrinWhen Paul was on a ship to Rome
When did the Jews plan to kill Paul in Jerusalem? (23:15)
When he was put in prisonOn his way to the SanhedrinWhen Paul was on a ship to Rome
Who overheard the plot to kill Paul? (23:16)
Paul’s sisterPaul’s brother-in-lawThe son of Paul’s sister
Who overheard the plot to kill Paul? (23:16)
Paul’s sisterPaul’s brother-in-lawThe son of Paul’s sister
Who did Paul’s nephew tell about the plot to kill Paul? (23:19-20)
The centurionThe commanderThe high priest
Who did Paul’s nephew tell about the plot to kill Paul? (23:19-20)
The centurionThe commanderThe high priest
What did the commander tell Paul’s nephew to do? (23:22)
“Try to join the group and see if you can learn more about this plot.”“Don’t tell anyone that you have reported this to me.”“Join Paul in prison to keep him safe.”
What did the commander tell Paul’s nephew to do? (23:22)
“Try to join the group and see if you can learn more about this plot.”“Don’t tell anyone that you have reported this to me.”“Join Paul in prison to keep him safe.”
Why did the commander order 200 soldiers, 70 horsemen, and 200 spearmen to go to Caesarea?(23:23-24)
To fight the JewsSo that Paul could be taken safely to Governor FelixTo assist the Jews in killing Paul
Why did the commander order 200 soldiers, 70 horsemen, and 200 spearmen to go to Caesarea?(23:23-24)
To fight the JewsSo that Paul could be taken safely to Governor FelixTo assist the Jews in killing Paul
When would Governor Felix hear Paul’s case? (23:35)
When Paul’s accusers got thereImmediatelyThe next day
When would Governor Felix hear Paul’s case? (23:35)
When Paul’s accusers got thereImmediatelyThe next day
Where was Paul to be kept in Caesarea? (23:35)
In the prisonIn Herod’s palaceBoth answers are correct.
Where was Paul to be kept in Caesarea? (23:35)
In the prisonIn Herod’s palaceBoth answers are correct.
Finish this verse, “On him we have set our hope that he will …”(2 Corinthians 1:10b)
“… save us from all unrighteousness.”“… continue to deliver us.”“… return again some day.”
Finish this verse, “On him we have set our hope that he will …”(2 Corinthians 1:10b)
“… save us from all unrighteousness.”“… continue to deliver us.”“… return again some day.”

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