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Character by Character, Series 4

Lesson 3: Paul




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1. Which statement is true of Saul?

    a) Born in Antioch, son of a Sadducee of the tribe of Judah.

    b) Born in Tarsus, son of a Pharisee of the tribe of Benjamin.

    c) Born in Jerusalem, son of Gamaliel of the tribe of Joseph.

2. Whose martyrdom did Saul witness?

    a) John the Baptist.

    b) James.

    c) Stephen.

3. Where was Saul going when Jesus appeared to him?

    a) Damascus.

    b) Antioch.

    c) Jerusalem.

4. To whom was Saul/Paul specially called and commissioned?

    a) The Jews.

    b) The Gentiles.

5. Paul is often called the world’s greatest

    a) missionary.

    b) Bible scholar.

    c) preacher.

6. Saul the persecutor became Paul the persecuted.

    a) True.

    b) False.

7. Paul usually preached first to the Jews but often turned to the Gentiles because the Jews rejected his message.

    a) True.

    b) False.

8. Although Paul was a Roman citizen he never took advantage of this privilege during his missionary travels.

    a) True.

    b) False.

9. Paul was often in prison and regarded himself as

    a) a prisoner of Jesus Christ.

    b) a prisoner of Rome.

10. The author suggests that the most important lesson we learn from Paul’s life is that of

    a) courage and sacrificial missionary service.

    b) whole-hearted commitment to Christ.

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