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Q1
" Your blood be upon your heads! i am innocent . From now on I will go to the Gentiles ". This was Paul's utterance at
A
Antioch
B
Corinth
C
Lystra
D
Ephesus
E
Q2
The first missionary journey was started by Paul and
A
Judas
B
Barsabbas
C
Timothy
D
Barnabas
E
Q3
Peter's general outlook towards Gentile converts was significantly changed by the conversation of
A
people of Lydda
B
the people of Samaria
C
Simon the magician
D
Cornelius the centurion
E
Q4
Paul considered himself unfit to be called an apostle because he
A
he did not see Jesus
B
persecuted the church
C
worked hard to attain his position
D
was the least among the believers
E
Q5
Paul says that only the heathen who are led astray by dumb idols could say
A
" Jesus is Lord!"
B
"Praise ye the Lord!"
C
" Hail the messiah!"
D
"Jesus be cursed!"
E
Q6
Saul's sight was restored by
A
Barnabas
B
Ananias
C
Judas
D
Peter
E
Q7
The disciple in Damascus that God commissioned to restore the sight of Saul was
A
Philip.
B
Ananias.
C
Peter.
D
Barnabas.
E
Q8
``The God have come down to us in the likeness of men''. The statement was made by
A
the people of Lystra.
B
the people of Samaria.
C
Elymas, the magician.
D
Sergius Paulus.
E
Q9
Cornelius, a centurion of the Italian cohort in Caesarea, was converted and baptized by
A
Peter.
B
Paul.
C
Philip.
D
Barnabas
E
Q10
Paul made a comparison between Adam and Jesus to show that
A
both Adam and Jesus were human.
B
Adam succumbed to temptation while Jesus did not
C
Adam caused man to sin while Jesus provides salvation.
D
both were subjected to temptation in the wilderness.
E
Q11
Paul warned father not to provoke their children because they
A
might become angry.
B
could disrespect their fathers.
C
could become discouraged.
D
might become rebellious.
E
Q12
The experience which totally changed Paul's focus in life was his
A
witnessing the martydom of Stephen.
B
determination to wipe out the church.
C
participation in the council of Jerusalem.
D
encounter with Jesus on the road of Damascus.
E
Q13
Paul said he was not fit to be called apostle because he
A
was not called like the orders.
B
was not a Jew.
C
persecuted the Early church.
D
was not a distributor of letter.
E
Q14
The Philippians' gift to Paul were for
A
the growth of the church.
B
his sustenance.
C
distribution to the saints.
D
other Christian prisoners.
E
Q15
During the first missionary Journey, Paul was stoned at
A
Lystra.
B
Cyprus.
C
Perga.
D
Paphos.
E
Q16
Peter's mission to Joppa witnessed the miracle of
A
healing of the paralyzed Aeneas.
B
raising of Euthycus.
C
healing of the Lystrian cripple.
D
raising of Dorcas from the dead.
E
Q17
The disciple in Damascus that God commissioned to restore the sight of Saul was
A
Philip.
B
Ananias.
C
Peter.
D
Barnabas.
E
Q18
Peter's general outlook towards Gentiles converts was significantly changed by the conversion of
A
The Ethiopian Eunuch.
B
The people of Samaria.
C
Sergius Paulus.
D
Cornelius, the Centurion.
E
Q19
``The Gods have come down to us in the likeness of men''. This statement was made after Paul had cured the
A
leper in Lystra.
B
blind in Lystra.
C
paralytic in Lystra.
D
cripple from birth in Lystra.
E
Q20
According to the first council at Jerusalem, which of the following was not binding on a christian?
A
praying five time daily in the temple.
B
Eating animals that have been strangled.
C
Living a life of Chastity.
D
Avoiding food sacrificed to idols.
E
Q21
The circumstances that led to the council of Jerusalem was the preaching of
A
Peter and john about Christ.
B
Paul and Silas about resurrection.
C
Judaizers about the rite of circumcision.
D
Paul and Philip in Samaria.
E
Q22

From his experience on the road to Damascus, Saul learnt all the following except that 

A

To persecute the church meant persecuting the lord.

B

His confidence in Judaism was misplaced.

C

He was specially chosen to preach to the Gentiles.

D

He would successfully promote his own will.

E
Q23
The delegation from Antioch to the council of Jerusalem comprised
A
Paul and Peter.
B
Peter and James.
C
Paul and Barnabas.
D
Barnabas and James.
E
Q24
Paul said that Jesus died for us while we were yet sinner in oder to
A
prove that he was not an ordinary man.
B
show God's love for sinful man.
C
warn us to desist from sin.
D
Give us power to possess the earth.
E
Q25
Paul considered himself unfit to be called an apostle because he
A
persecuted the church of God.
B
was the least among the Jewish race.
C
was `timely born'.
D
did not know Jesus.
E
Q26
Paul was so confident in his Epistle to Philemon that the latter would grant his major request because
A
Philemon was a roman citizen like paul.
B
they were from the same town.
C
they were partners in the faith of Christ.
D
Philemon had expected such a request.
E
Q27
In his letter to Philemon, Paul did not specifically ask him to
A
Grant freedom to his slave Onesimus.
B
allow Onesimus become a servant of God.
C
Forgive Onesimus for his earlier misbehaviour.
D
prepare a guest room for him.
E
Q28

Paul's missionary activities took him to all the following places except

A

Cyprus.

B

Iconium.

C

Jerusalem.

D

Lystra.

E
Q29
``Saul, still breathing threats and murder, against the disciple......``went to the priest for authority to
A
pick us at Damascus all who belong to the way.
B
supervise the stoning of Stephen.
C
proclaim a total ban on Jewish practices.
D
meet Jesus on the road to Damascus.
E
Q30
Before he sent Onesimus back to phi lemon, Paul was convinced that Onesimus was no longer.
A
useless to his master.
B
a changed character.
C
one for whom he had deep affection.
D
worthy of trust.
E
very useful.
Q31
after fasting and praying, the church in Antioch laid their hands on Saul and Barnabas and sent off. the laying on of hand here signifies.
A
blessing.
B
imparting of the holy spirit.
C
confirmation.
D
forgiveness of sins.
E
commissioning.
Q32
From his experience on the road to Damascus, Saul learnt all the following except that
A
he could successfully promote his own will.
B
in persecuting the church, he was kicking against the Christ.
C
his confidence in Judaism was misplaced.
D
he was specifically chosen to preach to gentiles.
E
persecuting the church persecuting the lord.
Q33
The delegation from Antioch to the council of Jerusalem comprised.
A
Paul and peter.
B
peter and James.
C
Paul and Barnabas.
D
Paul and Silas.
E
john and peter.
Q34
Paul in his epistle to the romans, said that all of us who have been baptized into Christ Jesus are,
A
baptized for eternity.
B
cleansed from sin for life.
C
baptized into his death.
D
dead in sin.
E
called sons of god.
Q35
Saul was a native of
A
Paphos
B
Jerusalem.
C
Corinth.
D
Galatia.
E
Tarsus.
Q36
During the first missionary journey, Paul and Barnabas were referred as God at
A
Antioch.
B
lconium.
C
perga.
D
lystra.
E
derbe.
Q37
Saul could be said to have persecuted Jesus Christ by
A
mocking Jesus in day of Pentecost.
B
attacking Jesus for flouting the laws of moses.
C
opposing the way.
D
accusing Stephen.
E
condemning the preaching of the gospel to non-Jews.
Q38
Paul's first recorded sermon was delivered at
A
Derbe.
B
perga.
C
lconium
D
Lystra.
E
Antioch.
Q39

Paul considered himself unfit to be called apostle because he

A

Persecuted the church of god.

B

was the least among the Jewish race.

C

was timely born.

D

became one through hardwork.

E

did not know Jesus.

Q40
From his experience from the road to Damascus,Saul learnt all the following except
A
Persecuting the church meant persecuting the Lord.
B
In persecuting the church, he was kicking against the christ.
C
His confidence in Judaism was misplaced.
D
He was specially chosen to preach to the Gentiles.
E
He could successfully promote his own wil
Q41
Paul regarded himself the least of the Apostles and unfit to be called an Apostle because he was
A
A very modest man.
B
Appointed to replace Judas among the twelve.
C
Formerly the greatest persecutor of the Apostles.
D
Not called by Jesus like the others.
E
Not a Galilean,but a man of Lystra
Q42
They lifted up their voices ,saying in Lycaonian,"The gods have come down to us in the likeness of men.The referred to are
A
Barnabas and Paul.
B
Paul and Elymas.
C
Paul and Silas.
D
Peter and Andrew.
E
James and Barnabas.
Q43
The delegation from Antioch to the Council of Jerusalem consisted of
A
Paul and Peter.
B
Peter and Barnabas.
C
John and peter.
D
Paul and Silas.
E
Paul and Barnabas.
Q44
Which of the following brethren introduced Paul to the disciples in Jerusalem after his convertion?
A
Peter.
B
Barnabas.
C
Barsabas.
D
James.
E
John,son of Zebedee.