Nuts... I missed two (8 and 20)! Beaten by a better man :-)I hope you did not miss 23.al sends
I haven't taken it yet. I am using Chrome right now and it doesn't consistently support multiple choice circle whatsits like that. So far that is my only complaint. Hopefully they will iron out that kink soon. (Was this too far off topic?)
Nah. I found something Chrome didn't do yesterday, too. What was it... hm... oh, the online friends button in Facebook, I think.
I glanced at it but decline to be tested on a subject about which I know next to nothing. I can distinguish between the Prince of Preachers and the prince of caviar, but that is about it.
Don't ask me how I did on test number 1. whew! I need more OT time.al sends
Good stuff! Quiz #3 question 16 especially cracked me up:16) When Jesus began to preach in Galilee, the heart of his message was:a) Do this in remembrance of Me.b) Accept Me as your personal Lord and Savior.c) Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.d) God loves you, and has a wonderful plan for your life.The sub-question is of course, "Now which of these do your church leaders say most often?"
Man, I did poorly on the quiz.
The non-Biblical questions were where I really faltered.
On quiz 9, I got 88%. Eh.I did get 98.75% on the final exam for the New Testament course at our Bible School, although by design, the point of the course isn't so much what you know, but what you do with it (hello, James, Peter, and John). It's like the Holy Spirit took a Brillo pad to my insides, as I was rereading the New Testament....Anyhow...wasn't Somnolus the poor guy who fell asleep and out of the window in Acts? ;)
I got an 84% and considering I am not even close to Dan in genius I think I'll be satisfied with that.
I never heard of John Witherspoon before, and I picked Caiaphas on question 11 (over Cornelius), simply because in Acts 4 Caiaphas is mentioned in the context (c.f. Acts 4:6) as one of the people Peter and John were speaking before; and they tell Caiaphas, and the rest of the Sanhedrin (when commanded not to preach in Christ's name anymore) to judge whether Peter and John ought to obey God or men, implying a commandment from God. If I were in university trying to get a better grade, I might argue it a bit, but Cornelius was the more straight forward answer...so, a qualified 92%.
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