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Chapter 36: Christianity in

Rome jeopardy!!!
By: Arpit Ranasaria, Ayushi Desai, Anisha Bharadwaj, Vedantha
Venkapathy, Kishan Baliga, and Nicole Kim

Final Jeopardy
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Where was Jesus born?


A. Rome
B. Judea
C. Galilee
D. Bethlehem

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Whats another name for Judea?


A. Jewels
B. Judy
C. Galileo
D. Jerusalem

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Who was Herod?


A. An influential Jewish man who rebelled against Rome
B. A Roman who was the King of Judea
C. A Jewish god
D. A Roman god

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What did Herod do?


A. Stop the Spread of Christianity.
B. Send Jesus to help the Jews
C. Rebuild the temple of Jerusalem
D. Destroy Judea

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What was the savior that would be sent down by god called in the
ancient prophecies?
A. Messyah
B. Lionel Messi
C. Jesus
D. Messiah

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When was Christ born?


A. 0 B.C.
B. 6 B.C.
C. 0 A.D.
D. 6 A.D.

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There are _____ gospels:


A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

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Double Jeopardy!!!
Who told Jesuss mother that she would have a baby and should name
him Jesus?
A. An angel
B. A devil
C. A doctor
D. God

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Who identified Jesus as the Messiah?


A. Luke
B. John the Baptist
C. Mark
D. John the follower

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How many days did Jesus pray in the wilderness before he began to
preech?
A. 80
B. 12
C. 40
D. 30

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What did Jesus base his teachings on?


A. Forgivingness
B. Jewish beliefs
C. Gods and goddesses
D. Christian books

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According to the Gospels, where did Jesus begin preaching?


A. Israel
B. At home
C. Galilee
D. In a school

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What was Jesuss favorite way of teaching?


A. Through lectures
B. Through parables
C. By reading meaningful books out loud
D. Through pictures and illustrations

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Why did Jesus go to Jerusalem after his travelling and preaching?


A. To teach more people about Jewish beliefs
B. To visit a different place
C. To celebrate the Jewish Festival of Passover
D. To start a demonstration against Rome

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Which one of Jesuss disciples decided to betray him?


A. Judas
B. Pontius
C. Constantine
D. Paul

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What did Paul devote his life to?


A. Spread the teachings of Jesus
B. Read books that Jesuss disciples wrote
C. Becoming a saint
D. Creating churches

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Double Jeopardy!!!
What did Paul become?
A. A saint
B. A missionary
C. A follower of the Romans
D. A teacher

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What were non-Jews called?


A. Different
B. Converts
C. Gentiles
D. Missionaries

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Which area did Paul not cover during his travelling and preaching?
A. Asia Minor
B. Rome
C. Africa
D. Greece

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Gospels are ________:


A. Drinking cups
B. People who wrote about Jesuss life
C. People who are Jewish
D. Accounts of Jesuss life

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Instead of wealth and luxury, what did the Christians prefer?


A. Simplicity
B. Cowardice
C. Commitment
D. Devotion

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What is an edict?
A. A short story
B. An illustration or picture
C. An order
D. A law

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How did Christians win new admirers?


A. By buying them precious gifts
B. By not giving up to the Romans
C. By spreading more Christianity
D. By facing death bravely

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What consequences did Christians face for refusing to honor Roman


Gods?
A. Having to do toil and labor
B. Sentenced to die in cruel ways
C. Left in the most deserted and dangerous places
D. Being nailed to walls

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By 300 C.E., possibly as many as __ million Christians lived in the


Roman lands of Europe, North Africa, and western Asia
A. 12
B. 30
C. 48
D. 80

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Final Jeopardy!!!

When was Paul beheaded?

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