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Q1
Herod persecuted the early church because he was
A
opposed to the apostle's teaching.
B
impressed by his growing popularity after killing James.
C
unhappy that the Jewish leaders were not doing enough havoc to the apostles.
D
asserting the extended powers granted him by Rome.
E
Q2
One of the early Christians who sold his property and gave the money to the apostles was
A
Barnabas.
B
Stephen.
C
Barabas.
D
Matthaias.
E
Q3

which of the following was not characteristic of Early church?

A

constant change in leadership.

B

devotion to the teachings of the apostles.

C

breaking bread in members' homes.

D

communal fellowship.

E
Q4
The seven deacons were appointed in the Early church to
A
Evangelize the Hellenist world.
B
Collect and dispose church funds.
C
resolve the complaints of Hellenist widows.
D
suppress the growing opposition to the church.
E
Q5
The elders of the early Christian communities were advised by Peter to
A
fast and pray regularly.
B
wash the feet of their church members.
C
lead the faithful in prayer five times daily.
D
lead those entrusted to them by their good example.
E
Q6
The Early Christians emphasized unity for all the following reasons except the
A
survival of the Gospel in the face of stiff opposition.
B
establishment of a system of congregational worship.
C
practical manifestation of love for one another.
D
mustering sufficient people to fight for their human right.
E
Q7
The Early church showed that it was not prepared to condone the sin of hypocrisy and greed with the story of
A
The appointment of Matthias.
B
Saul on the road to Damascus.
C
Elymas, the magician at Paphos.
D
Ananias and Sapphira.
E
Q8
when the hellenists complained about the neglect of their widows, the apostles
A
cursed the hellenists.
B
indicted the widows for creating a problem.
C
refused to listen to them.
D
appointed deacons to serve.
E
Q9
The seven Deacons were appointed to
A
take decision fo the apostles.
B
preach the gospel.
C
help the widows.
D
help in the distribution of food.
E
Q10
The seven deacons were appointed to take charge of
A
preaching the gospel to fellow Gentile.
B
administering relief to the widows.
C
dialogue with non-Hebrew Christians.
D
collecting offerings for the church.
E
Q11
The Jewish leaders opposed the Early church because believers
A
performed miracles and wonders.
B
ate with the gentiles.
C
preached Jesus Christ crucified
D
opposed Jewish authority.
E
were appointed deacons
Q12

Paul could not retain Onesimus with him in prison because,

A

Onesimus was not willing to stay with him anymore to return to his master.

B

Paul was afraid of Philemon's reaction.

C

Paul had not obtained Philemon's consent.

D

Onesimus was eager to return to his master.

E

Paul would soon be freed from his imprisonment.

Q13
In the acts of the apostles, all the following were the characteristics of communal living in the early church except
A
sharing of goods.
B
hiding from Jewish arrest.
C
praying together.
D
breaking of bread.
E
having fellowship together.
Q14
Which of the followig did not characterize the life of fellowship led by the early church?
A
Members met regularly for prayers and thanksgiving.
B
Members devout themselves to the Apostles' teaching.
C
Members had all things in comon.
D
Those who sold their possessions kept part of the proceeds to themselves.
E
Members shared in the problems of one another.
Q15
After stephen's Martydom, the evangelist who took the Gospel to Samaria was
A
Peter.
B
Philip.
C
John.
D
paul.
E
Barnabas
Q16
The two men nominated by the apostles to vie for the place of Judas Ischariot were
A
Joseph and Mathias.
B
Justus and Basabba.
C
Barnabas and Justus.
D
Barnabas and Joseph.
E
Barsabbas and Mathias.