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Character by Character, Series 4

Lesson 12: James




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1. How many New Testament men had the name ‘James’?

    a) One.

    b) Two.

    c) Three.

2. Strictly speaking, why should James be referred to as the ‘half-brother’ of Jesus, and not ‘brother’?

    a) They had the same father, but not the same mother.

    b) They had the same mother, but not the same father.

3. Were there any sisters in the family of Jesus and James?

    a) Yes.

    b) No.

4. James believed in Jesus’ true identity during His three-year ministry.

    a) True.

    b) False.

5. When we are victims of scepticism because of our Christian convictions, what does Jesus do for us?

    a) He provides special grace to help us through this experience.

    b) He puts a stop to the scepticism.

6. After the resurrection of Jesus, where were his brothers to be found?

    a) Back in Nazareth.

    b) In the Upper Room with the disciples.

7. Who headed up the newly-formed church in Jerusalem?

    a) James.

    b) Peter.

    c) John.

8. Who came to confer with James after his dramatic conversion near Damascus?

    a) The Ethiopian eunuch.

    b) Luke.

    c) Saul of Tarsus.

9. In his letter, James clearly claims to be the brother of Jesus.

    a) True.

    b) False.

10. The lesson to be learned from James is that the closer we live to Christ, the more effectively we will be able to echo His teaching and reflect His wisdom.

    a) True.

    b) False.

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