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Life of Jesus

Can you name these facts about the life of Jesus according to the New Testament?
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Jesus was born in this city
His mother
His earthly father
Profession of the above
This Judean king tried to kill the baby Jesus
City where Jesus grew up
Jesus most likely spoke this language
Person who baptized Jesus
Jesus saw the Holy Spirit in the form of this animal
Sermon where he said "blessed are the meek"
Sermon on the Mount
Four of the twelve apostles were of this profession
Jesus turned water into this
This holiday celebrates his arrival in Jerusalem riding a donkey
He threw this group of people out of the temple
He raised this person from the dead
The name for his final meal with his apostles. Famously painted
by Leonardo da Vinci
This apostle betrayed him for 30 pieces of silver
This Roman leader reluctantly sentenced him to death
What his crown was made of
He was crucified on this hill
Holiday that celebrates his resurrection
This apostle doubted his resurrection
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(61)
Thank you for this quiz. Might I suggest you include Golgotha and Gagulta as acceptable answers to the question regarding the hill upon which Jesus was crucified?
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Feb 1, 2017
(67)
Golgotha gets a lot more Google hits than Golgatha. If you accept the latter, maybe you should accept the former. (Plus, that's the way it's spelled in the KJV.)
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Feb 1, 2017
More spellings of Golgotha will work now...
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Feb 1, 2017
(68)
Struggled with Golgotah as well, which is what I've always heard it called in my language, until I remembered seing "calvary" used in another quiz a few days ago. Wasn't able to figure out "aramaic" though, even after trying every variation of what "arraméen" might be like in English that I could think of..
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Feb 1, 2017
(71)
Again confusion between the definition of apostle and disciple. Disciples are followers, which the 12 were during Jesus' time of ministry. They became apostles when Jesus died and they went from being followers to leaders spreading the message. Judas was never an apostle, he was dead before anyone became an apostle.
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Feb 1, 2017
According to Wikipedia, the terms are synonymous:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostles
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judas_Iscariot#Role_as_an_apostle

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Feb 2, 2017
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Could you change the wording of the final meal a bit? I realise I was being dim but I thought it was asking for what they ate so was trying bread and wine and figured that must have been the menu for some other meal when it wasn't accepted
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Feb 2, 2017
Sure. I added Leonardo da Vinci to the clue to make it more obvious.
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Feb 2, 2017
(71)
QM Throwing Shade..."more obvious." Like dude...it was obvious already...sigh...here's DaVinci to make it MORE obvious. I'm sure not the intent, but still funny.
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Feb 9, 2017
Haha. Not the intent. But I can see how you could read it that way.
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Feb 9, 2017
(68)
Any chance you could remove "pilat" as an answer option? I cannot find Pilate's name spelt that way in any language, and it'll save people like me looking up at my next answer seeing it appear as "ethorns" and not be accepted ("ethorns" unfortunately isn't a type-in for "thorns")
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Feb 2, 2017
(65)
It's Pilat in all Slavic languages.
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Feb 2, 2017
(65)
Very easy quiz if you went to R.E.
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Feb 2, 2017
(43)
What is R.E.?
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Apr 16, 2017
(53)
Religious Education, a subject in some schools.
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Apr 16, 2017
(56)
Brought up as a christian and I get 14. Sigh :-(
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Feb 4, 2017
(58)
Should say "Leonardo da Vinci"
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Feb 11, 2017
Removed the extraneous space
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Apr 16, 2017
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My mistakes are only in terms of my language skills about the Easter holiday. However, at the temple question the first word that came to mind was 'traders' which is not wronger than 'merchats'. And 'Lazar' was counted as wrong answer because I wrote it as I know this person in my language - without the '-us' at the ed. I also struggled to guess the correct form of the Aramaic language - I tried aramian aramean and so on...
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Apr 16, 2017
(69)
More accurate title would be myth-of-jesus, since this is based on the New Testament and not the historical Jesus, assuming that there even was one of the latter. Easy five points regardless.
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Apr 16, 2017
(47)
Correct if I am wrong but is there not historical proof that Jesus existed? Not that he was God but that he was a person. Outside of the Lazarus question and perhaps the Sermon of the Mount there is not much on here in way of religious beliefs. Not a big deal, I just do not see the problem with calling this Life of Jesus.
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Apr 16, 2017
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Resurrection? Water into wine?
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Apr 16, 2017
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The water into wine i missed, but how else would you ask a question about Easter?
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Apr 16, 2017
(69)
okay I will correct you because you are wrong. There is actually *zero* proof that Jesus was a real person. I'm not saying that he was not. My personal opinion is that he probably was. But that doesn't change the fact that there definitely is no proof. And they've looked. A lot. Archaeology as a discipline essentially was invented by Christians going to Palestine looking for artifacts to validate their faith.
While there are many scholars who have spent lifetimes studying/writing about the historicity of Jesus, they've had very little to work with. The "historical Jesus" that they've constructed is all speculative. The story of Jesus as written about in the Bible, a religious document, is internally inconsistent and in some cases it has not been corroborated by independent 3rd party sources; in other cases it has been proven false. We're all very familiar with this story, but since its historicity has not been established it's more accurate to call the story a myth.
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Apr 23, 2017
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and bear in mind that many myths are based on or contain some truth or history in them.
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Apr 23, 2017
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Okay I apologize, I was under the impression that non biblical roman sources that showed his existence. I don't want to get into personal religious beliefs, but I want to let you know that I am not a right wing religious radical, that believes that the bible has to be taken as a historical source. I was just wrong in this instance, thanks for the information.
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Apr 23, 2017
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kalbahamut:...in other cases it has been proven false.

What are these other cases where the Bible has been proven to be false? I've yet to find a single instance where this has actually been so. And no, the Bible does not say that the creative days of Genesis were only 24 hours in length apiece. Creationists wrongly conclude that, not the Bible.
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May 14, 2017
(46)
Considering the instructions say "according to the new testament" I doubt there are any references to Jesus being a myth.
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Apr 16, 2017
(44)
I seem to recall you commenting on another quiz that Christians should go and make their own quizzes.
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Apr 16, 2017
(69)
I don't recall saying anything like that but even if I did, what does that have to do with anything?
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Apr 23, 2017
(49)
love it, that really was god bothering by numbers for idiots/athiests. thanks pal.
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Apr 16, 2017
(69)
Probably shouldn't call atheists idiots if you can't spell "atheist" right, just sayin'.
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Apr 16, 2017
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Facts? Yeah right. We have no proof Jesus existed, even if he did exist, we don't know if all these facts are accurate. Just saying :)
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Apr 16, 2017
(44)
'According to the New Testament'.
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Apr 16, 2017
(57)
Please accept "Pascha" as an alternative answer for "Easter." Eastern Orthodox Christians most commonly refer to the day of Christ's resurrection as Pascha.
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Apr 17, 2017
(57)
Also, Eastern Orthodox Christians often call Palm Sunday "Entry of the Lord into Jerusalem" or something similar.
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Apr 17, 2017
(65)
There are many other names, in Catholic Eastern Europe it's mostly Flower Sunday.
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Apr 18, 2017
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Comment completely unrelated to the quiz: My pet annoyance (#312) is the people who call horse soldiers the "calvary".
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Apr 17, 2017
(66)
What did Jesus tell the disciples at the Last Supper? "Sit on this side if you want to be in the picture"
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Apr 17, 2017
(47)
Lol
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Apr 18, 2017
(36)
All correct, not bad for a Jewish boy :)
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Apr 18, 2017
(47)
To be fair Jesus was also a Jewish Boy
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Apr 18, 2017
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I believe there are parts of the Bible where Jesus speaks in Hebrew, so I struggled with the language clue... Guessed Hebrew, Latin, Arabic and even English.
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Apr 18, 2017
(65)
"Merchant" (without an s) doesn't work. Shouldn't it? (Although I admit I was trying it for the apostles' profession!)
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Apr 19, 2017
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