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Grade 7 Chapter 5

Quiz by Sally Ingram

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  • Q1

    Why would the cleansing of the Temple foreshadow the Passion and death of Jesus?

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    The cleansing the Temple was like robbing a bank, punishable by death.

    Only the scribes, pharisees, and Sanhedrin were allowed to clean the Temple.

    When Jesus condemned the behaviors of the leaders of his time and challenged their authority, he was seen as a dangerous threat.

    No one was allowed to enter the Holiest of Holies, except the high priest, once a year.

  • Q2

    Why did the Gospel authors include the account of Jesus’ anointing at Bethany by a woman?

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    They were making the point that Jesus is the Messiah who saves us from sin.

    Jesus was supposed to be anointed as high priest by Caiaphas in Rome but was instead anointed at Bethany.

    Jesus was supposed to be anointed by Herod as the rightful King of the Jews.

    This action showed Jesus’ political preference for Bethany, which led to his arrest.

  • Q3

    Which of the following accurately describes what we know from Scripture about Judas’s betrayal of Jesus?

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    Between the arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane and the trial before Pilate at dawn, Judas denies that he even knows Jesus three times.

    All four Gospels clearly explain that Judas betrayed Jesus for the forty pieces of gold.

    Judas’s last name, “Iscariot,” references both his area of origin—Cairos—and his profession—a zealot whose job it is to provoke riots.

    Judas, though a disciple of Christ, gave in to the temptation and influence of the Devil, and betrayed Jesus with a kiss.

  • Q4

    Why does the Last Supper foreshadow the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross to save all humanity from sin?

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    Jesus forgave sins on the Sabbath.

    Jesus fed a crowd of five thousand along the Sea of Galilee.

    When Herod Antipas was excluded from their Passover celebration, he looked for a way to kill Jesus.

     Jesus institutes the Eucharist and is identified as the slaughtered, unblemished lamb.

  • Q5

    What do the Gospel accounts tell us about the Agony in the Garden?

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    All four Gospels focus on Jesus’ agony and struggle.

    All four Gospels show Christ’s divinity and consistently portray Jesus as someone who was fully in control of his destiny.

    In the synoptics, Jesus’ divinity, power, and control are highlighted, while the Gospel of John highlights Jesus’ humanity as he struggles with his mission.

    In the synoptics, Jesus’s humanity is highlighted as he struggles with his mission, while the Gospel of John presents an image of divine control.

  • Q6

    Why did the “religious leaders” of Jesus’ time want to kill Jesus?

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    Jesus’presence and teachings threatened the livelihood of the Temple leadership: the chief priests, scribes, and elders.

    Jesus angered the Sanhedrin by refusing to perform miracles for them.

    The religious leaders were indifferent to Jesus; Judas bears all the responsibility.

    Jesus was winning popularity and was going to be elected the new high priest, evoking jealousy.

  • Q7

    How do the Gospels explain Pontius Pilate’s role in the death of Jesus?

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    Pilate accused Jesus of misleading the Jewish people and blasphemy.

    Pilate was a weak Jewish leader who answered to King Herod.

    Pilate is described in all four Gospels as a notoriously ruthless and abusive ruler to the Jewish people.

    Pilate was persuaded that Jesus was an “enemy of the state,” a danger to Rome, and exercised his power to have Jesus charged with rebellion.

  • Q8

    What events does the Passion in the Paschal Mystery refer to?

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    all of these answers

    physically carrying the Cross

    the Roman death penalty of crucifixion

    a.   the scourging and mockery of Jesus by the Roman soldiers

  • Q9

    Where was Jesus crucified?

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    Golgotha, the Place of the Skull

    the Praetorium

    the Kidron Valley

    Gethsemane, near the Mount of Olives

  • Q10

    Which of the following is recorded in Scripture about the Crucifixion?

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    The synoptic Gospels explain that the soldiers broke Jesus’ legs.

    A sign was placed above Jesus’ head that stated he was an enemy of both God and Rome.

    The Gospel of John reports that the soldiers pierced Jesus’ side with a spear, and blood and water flowed from the wound.

    Jesus quotes the prophet Micah, “Do what is right, love what is good, and walk humbly before God.”


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