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Question 1: The later chapters discuss Paul's conversion, his ministry, and finally his arrest and imprisonment and trip to ________.
RomeFlorenceParisItaly

Question 2: [30] As a result, Acts is particularly influential among branches of Christianity which place particular emphasis in the Holy Spirit, such as Pentecostalism and the ________.
BaptistCharismatic ChristianityCharismatic MovementHoliness movement

Question 3: Modern scholars assign a wide range of genres to the Acts of the Apostles, including ________, novel and epic.
Classical antiquityAlexander the GreatBiographyHistoriography

Question 4:
  • term "________" first used 11:26
    Catholic ChurchChristianityJesusChristian

Question 5: The title "Acts of the ________" (Greek Πράξεις ἀποστόλων Praxeis Apostolon) was not part of the original text.
Apostle (Christian)JesusGospelNew Testament

Question 6: Conservative scholars view the book of Acts as being extremely accurate and corroborated by archaeology[7] while critics view the work as being inaccurate, particularly when compared with the ________[8].
Pauline epistlesDevelopment of the New Testament canonNew TestamentActs of the Apostles

Question 7: The two earliest versions of manuscripts are the Western text-type (as represented by the Codex Bezae) and the ________ (as represented by the Codex Sinaiticus).
Codex VaticanusCodex AlexandrinusByzantine text-typeAlexandrian text-type

Question 8: In ________, Paul visits an altar with an inscription dedicated to the Unknown God, so when he gives his speech on the Areopagos, he proclaims to worship that same Unknown God whom he identifies as the Christian God.
AthensStockholmGreeceHelsinki

Question 9: ________ came at Pentecost (2), see also Paraclete
Apostle (Christian)Holy SpiritJesusNew Testament

Question 10: Several years later, ________ and Paul set out on a mission (13-14) to further spread Christianity, particularly among the Gentiles.
James the JustBarnabasJude the ApostleSaint Peter







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