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Bible Trivia Quiz: Acts Chapters 15 - 21

Updated on March 1, 2013
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Lori Colbo is an online media writer who's passion is writing on her Christian faith. Her other passion is being Nana to 12 grandchildren.

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Introduction to Acts Chapters 15 - 21

Paul is now in the thick of persecution and adversity at every turn as he takes the Good News throughout the known world. What I always find so inspiring about Paul and Barnabas is that after they've fled from or been thrown out of a city because of persecution, they return back there later in an effort to encourage the churches they started there. Is it courage, gall, defiance, faithfulness, or love for the people they left behind? Perhaps all or many. Let's find out.

Paul's Missionary Journey

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Theater at Ephesus, Turkey, scene of Paul's second and third missionary journeys.
Theater at Ephesus, Turkey, scene of Paul's second and third missionary journeys.
Paul and Silas save the prison guard from killing himself after the earthquake. The man invited Paul and Silas to his home where he and his family were converted and baptized. Acts 16:25-34.
Paul and Silas save the prison guard from killing himself after the earthquake. The man invited Paul and Silas to his home where he and his family were converted and baptized. Acts 16:25-34.
The city clerk quiets the rioting crowd in Ephesus. Acts 19:35-41.
The city clerk quiets the rioting crowd in Ephesus. Acts 19:35-41.

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      Lori Colbo 4 years ago from Pacific Northwest

      Good job Mattheos.

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      torrilynn 4 years ago

      lambservet, really nice quiz that you have here.

      thanks. voted up

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      Lori Colbo 4 years ago from Pacific Northwest

      Glad you enjoyed it Torri.

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      North Wind 4 years ago from The World (for now)

      I always wonder at the fact that Paul and Barnabas' disagreement was recorded in the Book of Acts. Some people I know believe that Paul was right and that Barnabas was wrong but I do not think ti was put there to show who was right and who was wrong but rather to show that Paul and Barnabas were human and let the reader realize that it was through the power of God that Paul worked miracles and not of himself.

      I enjoyed the quiz, ls!

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      Lori Colbo 4 years ago from Pacific Northwest

      I believe you are absolutley right NW. And I also think that it happened for other reasons too. It showed the hcaracter of Barnabas as a loyal friend, advocate and encourager, and that Paul had some valid concerns. And perhaps that God used their separation to further the gospel. Barnabas and Mark were able to partner up and evangelize in a different area and Mark got the opportunity to be used, proven faithful, and be menotred by Barnabas. It also sounds like in the verses following that God had ordained Silas to be Paul's new partner in ministry and they had their own dynamic and calling. Look what God did through them. I love your insights and comments always. God bless.

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