The Full Wiki

Jacob's Well: Quiz

Advertisements
  
  
  

Question 1: Jewish, Samaritan, ________, and Muslim traditions all associate the well with Jacob.
ChristianityJesusCatholic ChurchChristian

Question 2: [2][3] By the 330s AD, the site had been identified as the place where Jesus held his conversation with the Samaritan woman, and was probably being used for Christian ________.
BaptismInfant baptismLutheranismProtestant Reformation

Question 3: is a half a mile distant from the city [Nablus]: it lies in front of the altar in the church built over it, in which nuns devote themselves to the service of ________.
GodPantheismNontheismTheology

Question 4: Since the ________, Jacob's Well has been a site of contention between Christians and Jews.
Gaza–Israel conflictIsraeli–Palestinian conflictIsrael's unilateral disengagement planHistory of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Question 5: Jacob's Well (also, Jacob's fountain and Well of Sychar) is a deep well hewn of solid rock that has been associated in religious tradition with ________ for roughly two millennia.
JacobAbrahamIsaacDavid

Question 6: It is situated a short distance from the archaeological site of Tell Balata, which is thought to be the site of biblical ________.
JacobShechemAbrahamSamaritan

Question 7: [5] By AD 384, a cruciform church was built over the site, and is mentioned in the 4th century writings of ________.
Eucharistic theologies contrastedJeromeIrenaeusJustin Martyr







Advertisements









Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message