Search: Quiz 11 (Spring 2018) For each of the following questions, select the answer that most fully or accurately completes the sentence or answers the question and captures the significance of the question. In some cases the responses may range in value from zero to three, and for others more than one response might be worth the maximum of three points. NameIn the beginning of Acts the author asserts that 'After his suffering' Jesus spent forty days appearing to his followers, proving to them that he was alive, and teaching them about the 'kingdom of God.' That he was the author of another book about the acts and teachings of Jesus. That the restoration of the Kingdom of Israel was imminent. He witnessed the ascension of Jesus into heaven and the appearance of two men 'in white robes' who claimed that Jesus would return to earth in the same way.Which of the following did NOT occur as "they were all together in one place" when "the day of the Pentacost had come": They all began speaking in other languages. Tongues of fire rested on each of the people gathered there. The sound of a wind from heaven filled the house. The sick were healed.In his defense against charges that he "never stops speaking against this holy place and the law" and that "that Jesus of Nazareth will destroy this place and change the customs which Moses handed on to us" (6:13-14), Stephen offers a narrative that Describes the life of Jesus, his miracles, and resurrection, explaining that Jesus' life fulfilled the laws and customs of Moses. Describes the prophecies of the Hebrews who returned from the Babylonian captivity concerning the life of Jesus who was sent to establish a spiritual kingdom, which would constituted no threat to the political authorities. Describes the origins of the Hebrew people from Abraham through the time of Moses and to the building of the temple by Solomon, concluding with the idea that the Most High does not dwell in a house but in the souls of the righteous. Describes the work of Peter and the other followers of Jesus' teachings, who had never ceased following the customs of Moses but had received the gift of the Holy Spirit and were now healing the sick and caring for the poor.The movement expanded to include Gentiles when Paul arrived in Damascus after seeing his vision and began speaking about Jesus to groups of Jews and non-Jews, some of whom converted and formed a group of followers. Peter saw a vision of a large sheet containing all kinds of creatures and heard a voice telling him that 'what God has made clean you must not call profane.' Stephen's death death made an impression on one of the Roman centurions, who had been assigned to guard him and carry out the execution and later, having sought out the disciples of Jesus, asked to be baptized. Peter was in Joppa and he healed Tabitha, whose Greek name was Dorcas, and the entire family asked to be baptized, sold all of their belongings, and established a community under the leadership of Tabitha, who became a prophetess.Paul escaped from physical attacks and plots against his life by the Pharisees because Paul's nephew revealed the plot against Paul to the Roman tribune, who then had Paul transferred under Roman guard to Caesarea. Paul claimed that he was a Roman citizen and questioned the legality of his being subjected to physical abuse and possible death without a hearing before the Roman magistrates. Paul stated his case before King Agrippa, who would have released him, if Paul had not appealed to the emperor. Paul received a visit from the Lord in the Roman barracks in Jerusalem telling him that he would eventually bear witness of Jesus and this teachings in Rome.