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Bible Crusade Questions for Week 15-Mar-15

Chapter: Acts of Apostles Chapter 19


Qn 1. What baptism had Christians in Ephesus received before St. Paul’s visited while Apollos was at Corinth?

a. Baptism in the name of the Lord Jesus.

b. John’s baptism.

c. Moses’s baptism

d. The baptism of the Spirit.


Qn 2. In what Ephesian school did St. Paul preach?

a. The school of Sosipater.

b. The school of Ephesus.

c. The school of Tyrannus.

d. The school of Phiesus


Qn 3. What did the silversmiths cry out?

a. “Death to the Christians!”

b. “Death to Paul and all who follow him!”

c. Great is Diana of the Ephesians!”

d. "Death to Diana"


Qn 4. How long did St. Paul spend in Ephesus?

a. One year.

b. Two years.

c. Three years.

d. Four years


Qn 5. How many sons did the chief priest Sceva have?

a. Seven.

b. Eight

c. Twelve.

d. Thirteen.


Qn 6. By whose name did some itinerant Jewish exorcists expel evil spirits?

a. “By Paul the Christian.”

b. By the god of the Christians.”

c. “By the god of Jacob”

d. By the Jesus whom Paul preaches.”


Qn 7. Paul purposed in the Spirit, when he had passed through Macedonia and Achaia,to go to Jerusalem, saying, ‘After I have been there, I must also see ___________.’

a. Gaul.

b. Philistia.

c. Rome.

d. Antioch


Qn 8. In Ephesus, as a result of Paul’s preaching, many sorcerers and magicians were converted. As a result of their baptism, what became of their books on the magic arts?

a. They sold them for fifty thousand pieces of silver.

b. They burned them.

c. Paul took to Jerusalem

d. Paul threw them into the sea.


Qn 9. What was the name of the Ephesian silversmith?

a. Artemis.

b. Demetrius.

c. Philimon

d. Daniel.


Qn 10. Why were the silversmiths angry with St. Paul?

a. St. Paul’s preaching converted many people, thereby reducing sales of silver statues.

b. St. Paul’s preaching converted many people, causing the goddess Diana to be despised.

c. Both of the above

d. None of the above