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Lesson 12: Thomas




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1. Why do some commentators believe that Thomas must have been a man of independent judgment?

    a) He was always arguing.

    b) He became a disciple of Christ even though it seems his twin did not.

2. According to Ephesians 1:4, when did God choose us?

    a) Before the creation of the world.

    b) When we were conceived.

    c) When we were born.

3. Which disciple urged the others to go with Jesus to Jerusalem and die with Him?

    a) Peter.

    b) John.

    c) Thomas.

4. In which great verse did Jesus answer Thomas’ question about how to know the way?

    a) John 3:16.

    b) John 14:6.

5. Where were the disciples when Jesus first appeared to them as a group?

    a) Hiding behind locked doors.

    b) In the temple.

    c) In the Garden of Gethsemane.

6. Thomas was with the disciples at this first appearance of the resurrected Jesus among the group.

    a) True.

    b) False.

7. What did Thomas want to do before he would believe Jesus was alive?

    a) Put his finger into the nail prints on His hands.

    b) Embrace the risen Lord.

8. Jesus granted Thomas’ request even though it came from doubt.

    a) True.

    b) False.

9. Who was the first disciple to address Jesus as “God”?

    a) Peter.

    b) Thomas.

    c) Matthew.

10. Can doubting Christians find any comfort in the story of Thomas?

    a) Yes.

    b) No.

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