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Lesson2: Human Relationships, Business, Civil Government, Races, Nationality

Free Online Bible Study Lessons about growing as a disciple of ChristFollowing Jesus Free Online Bible Study Course B, Lesson 2: Human relationships in business, civil government, races, nationalities, employers, employees, partiality and favoritism

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Quiz on Following Jesus, Course B, Lesson 2

*1* How should we act toward governing authorities? (a) rebel, (b) submit, (c) join a revolution, (d) assassinate them, (e) all the preceding. Answer:  .

*2,3* Why do governments exist? Answer: They should punish and praise .

*4* How many laws must we obey? (a) all, (b) none, (c) most, (d) only the ones we consider to be fair and reasonable. Answer:  .

*5* In what circumstances may we disobey civil law? Answer: We disobey rulers only when necessary in order to obey .

*6,7* When asked about paying tribute, how did Jesus respond? Answer: Give to Caesar what is , and to God what is .

*8* Why did John the Baptist rebuke King Herod? Answer: Herod took his brother Philip's .

*9* Paul reasoned with Felix about what? (a) righteousness, (b) self-control (temperance), (c) judgment to come, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*10* How did Paul avoid being beaten by the Roman authorities? Answer: Paul appealed to his rights as a citizen.

*11* To whom did Paul appeal for justice? Answer: He appealed his case to .

*12* What should we do for rulers? Answer: We should make for kings and all in authority.

*13* How should servants serve those they work for? (a) negligently, (b) indifferently, (c) as serving the Lord, (d) rebelliously. Answer:  .

*14* How should servants not act? (a) don't answer back, (b) don't steal, (c) don't slack off when unsupervised, (d) all the preceding. Answer:  .

*15* What should happen to one who will not work? Answer: One who will not work should not .

*16* How should masters treat those who work for them? Answer: Give them what is .

*17* How did these rich people mistreat their workers? Answer: They fraudulently kept back their .

*18* Who is wicked according to this verse? Answer: We are wicked if we borrow and then do not .

*19* What should we render to others? (a) nothing, (b) everything, (c) that which is due them, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*20,21* In whose eyes should we be honest? Answer: Be honest in the eyes of and of .

*22* How does God view unjust dealings? Answer: Those who cheat others are an to God.

*23,24* What did Peter learn about those whom God accepts? Answer: God accepts all who and righteousness.

*25* To whom should we preach the gospel? (a) all nations, (b) Jews only (c) white Americans only, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*26* Whom does Jesus redeem? People of every (a) tribe, (b) tongue, (c) people, (d) nation, (e) all of the preceding. Answer: .

*27* Who should be one in Christ? (a) Jew and Greek, (b) slave and free, (c) male and female, (d) all the preceding. Answer: .

*28* In whose image was man created? Answer: People are created in the image of .

*29,30* When the Samaritan helped the man in need, what principle did this illustrate? Answer: You shall love your as .

*31* What did Peter do that led Paul to rebuke him? Answer: Peter refused to eat with .

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*32* Under what circumstances would you disobey civil law? 

*33* If Jesus were your supervisor, would He be pleased with you? 

*34* How do you treat people of other races and nationalities? 

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