New Testament History, Literature, and Theology
              Session 21: Acts 2 and Tongues and First Missionary Journey
                                            By Dr. Ted Hildebrandt

1.  The first part of Acts focuses on what individual (21A)?
            *A.      Peter

            B.        Paul

            C.        Mary

            D.        Stephen

2. Much of history is unique, one-off events and not meant to be normative which
            is described by what term (21B)?

            A.        Prescriptive

            B.        Normative

            *C.      Descriptive

            D.        Universalized

3.  Some of history highlights “shoulds” and “oughts” and more universalized
            directives which is described by what term (21B)?

            *A.      Prescriptive

            B.        Non-Normative

            C.        Descriptive

            D.        Indicative 

4. In the discussion of tongues speaking all of the following options were
            considered EXCEPT (21C)

            A.        Whether it was from God

            B.        Whether it was from ourselves

            C.        Whether it was from some evil thing

            *D.      Whether it was from being drunk   

5.  Mennonite churches that are pacifistic often focus on what part of Scripture to
            establish their beliefs (21C)?

A.        Romans 13
 B.       Revelation
*C.      The Sermon on the Mount
D.        Galatians

6.  Reformed churches often stress what part of Scripture (21C)?

A.        James
 B.       Revelation
C.        The Sermon on the Mount
*D.      Romans

7. Pentecostal churches often stress what part of Scripture (21C)?

*A.      Acts
 B.       Revelation
C.        The Sermon on the Mount
D.        Romans

 8. What happens 40 days after the resurrection (21D)?
            A.        Pentecost

            B.        The anointing

            *C.      The ascension

            D.        The Kenosis

9. When Jesus rose from the dead how many people saw him at one time
            (maximum number) (21D)?
            A.        100

            B.        300

*C.      500

D.        1,000

10.  All of the following are fall feasts of Israel EXCEPT (21D)

            *A.      Feast of Passover

            B.        Feast of Booths or Sukkot

            C.        Day of Atonement

            D.        Feast of Trumpets

11.  The fall feasts of Israel celebrate the harvests of all of the following EXCEPT
            A.        Grapes

            *B.      Wheat

            C.        Olives

            D.        Figs

12. All of the following were signs on the day of Pentecost EXCEPT (21E)

            A.        Tongues of fire on them

            *B.      Doves coming down on them

            C.        Wind blowing

            D.        Speaking in foreign languages

13. What is the technical term for tongues speaking (12E)?

            A.        Makariology

            B.        Linguistic ecstasy

            *C.      Glossolalia

            D.        Onomatopoeia

14. What did many think when the apostles started to speak in tongues on
            Pentecost (21E)?

            A.        They were being baptized by the Holy Spirit

            B.        They were demon possessed

C.        They were insane

*D.      They were drunk

15. According to 1 Corinthians 12 what is the baptism of the Holy Spirit (21F)?

            A.        Getting believers to speak in tongues

            *B.      Bonding Jews and Gentiles into one body of Christ

            C.        Demonstrating to all that they are believers in Jesus

            D.        Anointing those who believe into the priesthood of believers

16.  What is one of the problems of tongues speaking as practiced today (21G)?
            A.        It confuses people

            *B.      It provides the appearance of instant spiritual maturity for young

            C.        It proves that one is a believer and replaces church membership in
                        certain churches

            D.        It hurts those who have never spoken in tongues

17. All of the following have never spoken in tongues EXCEPT (21G)

            A.        Jesus

            *B.      Peter

            C.        Charles Spurgeon

            D.        Martin Luther

            E.         Billy Graham

18.  How did we understand the statement by Paul that he spoke in tongues more
            than anyone (21G)?
            A.        Paul was one who laid hands on both the Gentiles and John the
                        Baptist’s disciples

            B.        Paul when he was in Arabia spoke in tongues several times

            *C.      Paul spoke more languages than anyone in the early church

            D.        Paul spoke in tongues as each missionary journey began

19.  How does Peter refute the charge that they were drunk when they were
            speaking in tongues (21G)?

            A.        The Romans had forbidden the Jews to drink

            B.        The apostles never drank wine or strong drink

            *C.      It was too early in the morning for that

            D.        This was not the season where they had alcohol

20.  What is one of the problems of tongues speaking as practiced today (21G)?
            A.        It confuses people

            B.        It proves that one is a believer and replaces church membership in
                        certain churches

            C.        It hurts those who have never spoken in tongues

            *D.      It implies a person who has Christ does not have it all in Christ

21. Who introduced the Samaritans to the coming of the Holy Spirit (21I)?

            *A.      Peter and John
            B.        Stephen and Barnabas

            C.        Philip and Ananias

            D.        Paul and John Mark

22. Who receives the Holy Spirit after the Samaritans in Acts (21H)?
            *A.      Cornelius

            B.        Aquila

C.        Tertullius

            D.        Timothy

23. Cornelius represented what group of people receiving the Holy Spirit (21H)?

            A.        The Jews

            *B.      The Gentiles

            C.        The Samaritans

            D.        John the Baptist disciples

24. What was one of the major conclusions of the Jerusalem Council (21H)?
            A.        The Gentiles needed to speak in tongues in order to become

            *B.      The Gentiles did not have to be circumcised to become Christians

            C.        The Gentiles had to follow the same pattern as the Samaritans for
                        becoming Christians

            D.        All Gentiles were to receive Christ by denying their idols

25. What was the sign that Cornelius and the Gentiles had received the Holy Spirit

            A.        The apostles laid their hands on them

            *B.      They spoke in tongues

            C.        They did miracles where the lame walked and mute spoke

            D.        They went into the temple and were circumcised

26. When and where did Paul introduce the Holy Spirit to some of John the
            Baptist’s disciples (21I)?
            *A.      Ephesus on the Third Missionary Journey
            B.        Philippi on the Second Missionary Journey

            C.        Corinth on the Second Missionary Journey
            D.        Thessalonica on the Third Missionary Journey

27.  Corinth was famous for ________ (21J)

            A.        Roman soldiers

            *B.      Sailors from all over the world

            C.        Greek Philosophers

            D.        The temple of Artemis

28. In 1 Corinthians to whom does Paul say tongues are addressed to (21K)?

            A.        Gentiles

            B.        Believers

            *C.      God

            D.        Unbelievers

29. To what does Paul contrast tongues in 1 Corinthians (21K)?

            A.        Water baptism

            *B.      Prophecy

            C.        Miracles

            D.        Sacrifices

30. What did Paul say was unfruitful or not beneficial when he speaks in a tongue
            A.        The baptism of the Spirit

            B.        The law of God

            C.        Water baptism

            *D.      His mind

31.  What was the suggestion for how to understand the tongues of 1 Corinthians
            12 and 14 (21L)?

            *A.      As a prayer language

B.        As a special unique gift of the Holy Spirit for that time only

C.        A second coming of the Spirit

D.        A miracle

32.  What was a suggestion as to how to understand the tongues of Corinthians as
            a prayer language (21L)?

            A.        The Spirit knows what we should be praying for and does

*B.      Many deep in their prayers broke into their native languages

C.        The apostles laid hands on certain people giving them this gift

D.        Only the elders spoke in tongues and explained it to the church

33. All of the following are guidelines Paul lays out for speaking in tongues in 1
            Corinthians 14 EXCEPT (21M)

            A.        2, or at most 3, should speak

            *B.      The elders must grant permission to speak

C.        Speaking should be done one at a time

D.        There must be an interpreter

34. Why did God originally speak in Hebrew (21N)?

            *A.      It was the Canaanite dialectic that the Hebrews originally spoke

            B.        It was the language of heaven

            C.        It was the language Moses learned in Sinai

            D.        It was the language of the ancient world when the OT was written

35.  The Hebrew language does not go back further than ________ BC

            A.        1000

            B.        1500

            *C.      1800

            D.        2400

36.  Why is part of the Old Testament in Aramaic (21N)?

            A.        That was the language of Jeremiah who wrote much of the OT

            *B.      That was the language the Jews began to speak in Babylon

            C.        That was the language the Assyrian rulers forced everyone to learn

            D.        God decided that too few people could speak Hebrew

37.  When did the Near East switch to speaking Greek resulting in the New
            Testament being written in Greek (21N)?

            A.        When the Syrians took over Palestine

            B.        When the Ptolemy’s took over Palestine

            *C.      When Alexander the Great conquered much of the world

            D.        When the Romans dominated the Mediterranean world

38.  What language was it suggested that God speaks (21N)?

            A.        A heavenly prayer language

            B.        Hebrew

            C.        A universal virtual language

            *D.      The language of the people he is addressing

39. What is Koine Greek (21N)?

            A.        Common Greek spoken between 300 BC-300 AD

            B.         Holy Spirit Greek spoken by the apostles of Jesus

C.         The Greek of the philosophers of Athens

D.        The Greek spoken today in the universities in Greece

40. Samaran, a linguist, who taped tongues speaking concluded that tongues
            speaking was like _________ (21O)

            A.        Many of the tribal languages of Africa

B.         An archaic form of Hebrew

*C.       “Oochie coochie coo,” talk we do with babies

 D.       Fragments of many languages found across the world

41. In discussing differences in theological perspectives what principle must
            be remembered (21P)?

A.        Everything is right in its season

B.         Judge not that you be not judged

*C.       Major on the majors, minor on the minors

D.        A little sugar makes the medicine go down easier

E.         Truth is truth no matter what

42. What did Paul say was better than speaking in the tongues of men or
            angels (21P)?

A.        Truth

B.         Social justice
*C.       Love

D.        Righteousness

43.  What is Turkey, where the much of the missionary journeys of Paul took
            place, also called (21Q)?
            A.        Sub-Asia

*B.       Asia Minor

C.         West Asia

D.        Aram

44. What was Paul’s home town (21Q)?
            A.        Antioch in Pisidia

B.         Paphos

*C.       Tarsus

D.        Ephesus

45.  The First Missionary Journey takes place in what relationship to the
            Jerusalem Council of AD 50 (21R)?

*A.       Before

B.         During

C.         After

D.        None of the above

46. Where do all three missionary journeys of Paul begin (21R)?
            A.        Jerusalem

B.         Tarsus

C.         Corinth

*D.       Antioch

47. Early believers in Christ were labelled by all of the following titles EXCEPT

*A.       The Fishermen

B.         The Way

C.         Christians

D.        The Nazarenes

48. Who goes with Paul on his First Missionary Journey (21R)?
            A.        Timothy

            B.         Luke

            C.         Silas

            *D.       Barnabas

49. Where was Barnabas’ home (21R)?

            A.        Antioch in Syria

B.         Galatia

C.         Troas

*D.       Cyprus

 E.        Jerusalem

50. On the First Missionary Journey who is a sorcerer that opposes Paul at
            Paphos in Cyprus (21S)?
            A.        Agabus

            *B.       Bar-jesus

            C.         Demetrius

            D.        Sosthenes

51. What happens to Bar-Jesus or Elymas the sorcerer on the First Missionary
            Journey of Paul at Cyprus (21S)?
            A.        He is struck mute

            *B.       He is blinded

            C.         He is driven insane

            D.        He is struck with leprosy

52. Who was the governor who accepted the Lord at Paphos, Cyprus on Paul’s
            First Missionary Journey (21S)?
            A.        Gallio

            B.         Agrippa

            *C.       Sergius Paulus

            D.        Apollonia

53. Besides Paul and Barnabas, who began the First Missionary Journey with
            them (21T)?

            A.        Silas

B.         Timothy

*C.       John Mark

D.        Luke

54. What did John Mark do on the First Missionary Journey at Perga (21T)?
            A.        He healed a cripple man

B.         He fled to Ephesus because of persecution

C.         He gathered Paul’s robes when he was beaten

*D.       He quit returning to Jerusalem

55. What created such a conflict that Paul and Barnabas split up when the
            Second Missionary Journey began (21T)?
            *A.       Paul refused to take John Mark because he quit

            B.         Barnabas wanted to return to Cyprus and Paul didn’t

            C.         Paul wanted to take Timothy rather than Barnabas

            D.        The early church wanted Silas to go with Paul not Barnabas

56. At the end of Paul’s life who did he ask be brought to him at Rome along
            with the parchments (21T)?

            A.        Barnabas

*B.       John Mark

C.         Luke

D.        Silas

57. Psidian Antioch in the region of Phrygia is nearest what region of Asia
            Minor to the east (21U)?

            A.        The province of Asia

            B.         The province of Thrace

            *C.       The province of Galatia

            D.        The province of Cappadocia

58. At Antioch in Pisidia Paul establishes his pattern when entering of a city of
            first going to what location to preach the gospel (21U)?

            A.        The city gate

            B.         The city wall

            C.         The governor’s palace

            *D.       The synagogue

59. Why were the Jews so angry with Paul at Antioch in Pisidia and elsewhere

            *A.       They were jealous of Paul getting the crowds

            B.         They opposed his brand of Pharisaic doctrine

            C.         They thought he spoke like a Gentile

            D.        They wanted Paul to pay more money to the synagogues

60. At Antioch to whom does Paul turn to preach the gospel on the First
            Missionary Journey (21U)?

            A.        The Jews

            *B.       The Gentiles

            C.         The poor

            D.        The fatherless and widows

61. In Iconium on the First Missionary Journey it identified who as coming to
            believe in Jesus (21V)?

            A.        Those who followed Paul and Barnabas

            *B.       All who were appointed to eternal life

            C.         All those who repented and turned to Christ

            D.        All those who chose to follow the Way

62.  Why did the people at Lystra think Paul and Barnabas were gods (21W)?

            A.        Because they healed a blind man

            B.         Because Paul was bit by a poisonous snake and survived

            *C.       Because they healed a cripple man

            D.        Because they cast a demon out of a fortune telling girl

63. At Lystra on the First Missionary Journey why was Paul associated with
            the god Hermes (21W)?
            A.        Because he was swift of foot

            B.         Because his hair and features resembled that of Hermes

            C.         Because he is the one who laid his hands on the cripple to heal

            *D.       Because he was the main speaker

64. After Paul and Barnabas were made gods at Lystra what happened next

            *A.       Paul was stoned and left for dead

B.         There was a feast given in their honor

C.         They were brought to speak to the governor of the region

D.        They did many other signs so that the people there believed

65.  After being stoned at Lystra, who does Paul pick up at Lystra on his
            Second Missionary Journey through that area (21W)?

            *A.       Timothy

            B.         Luke

            C.         Silas

            D.        Demas

66. What was concluded on the First Missionary Journey after visiting Derbe  
            A.        The kingdom of God comes for both Jews and Gentiles

*B.       We must go through many hardships to enter into the kingdom

C.         All who desire to follow Jesus must suffer persecution

D.        Jesus apostles took the gospel unto the ends of the earth

67. Which was suggested as a reason why John Mark bailed out on Paul and
            Barnabas at Perga (21Y)?

            *A.       Paul took over the lead in Turkey while Barnabas had been the
                        leader in Cyprus

B.         Paul began preaching in synagogues and John was not used to

C.         Barnabas had some hesitations about Paul and the gospel that he
                        was preaching to the Gentiles

D.        Paul was pushing them too fast without rest
68. What were Timothy’s parents like that came into play on the Second
            Missionary Journey (21Z)?

            A.        His father was Jewish and his mother was Greek

B.         His father was Jewish and his mother was Jewish

*C.       His father was Greek and his mother was Jewish

D.        His father was Greek and his mother was Greek

69. What was the Jerusalem Council in AD 50 was about (21)?

            *A.       Whether Gentiles had to be circumcised

            B.         Whether Gentiles had to give up idols before becoming

            C.         Whether Jews had to give up Judaism before becoming

            D.        Whether simply believing in Jesus was enough

69. What was the Jerusalem Council in AD 50 was about (21Z)?

            A.        Whether Gentiles had to give up idols before becoming

            B.         Whether Jews had to give up Judaism before becoming

C.         Whether simply believing in Jesus was enough

            *D.       Whether Gentiles have to become Jewish first before becoming
70. All of the following were non-essential requirements requested by the
            Jerusalem Council EXCEPT (21Z)?

            A.        Not eating blood

*B.       Not circumcising

C.         Not eating idol meat

D.        No sexual immorality