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Used with permission: Character by Character compiled by Selwyn Hughes and Trevor Partridge. Copyright © CWR (www.cwr.org.uk).
(Select the best answer for each question)
1. Choosing Judas Iscariot to be one of His disciples was a mistake.
2. What was Judas’ responsibility among the twelve disciples?
a) He took care of the money people donated to support Jesus and His disciples.
b) He arranged accommodation for them as they travelled.
3. Did Judas act responsibly in his role?
4. When Judas betrayed Jesus he acted as whose instrument?
b) The religious authorities.
c) The Roman authorities.
5. What reason might Jesus have had for treating Judas as an honoured guest at the Last Supper?
a) He didn’t know Judas would betray Him.
b) He wanted to reveal Judas’ pride to the other disciples.
c) He wanted to give Judas an opportunity to repent of what he intended to do.
6. What attitude did people from South Judea usually have toward those who lived in the north?
a) An attitude of superiority.
b) An attitude of inferiority.
7. Why did the Jewish leaders not want to arrest Jesus out in the open?
a) They feared the disciples might overpower them.
b) They feared this might cause a riot because of the high level of Jesus’ popularity.
8. What was the sign by which Judas identified Jesus to the arresting soldiers in the dark garden?
a) He kissed Jesus.
b) He shouted out Jesus’ name.
9. Judas did not feel any remorse for betraying Jesus.
10. Who became the twelfth apostle, taking the place vacated by Judas?
b) Joseph Barsabbas.
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