The following comes from James Trimm, in spite of his interest in the Apocrypha/Talmud; “tithing” and need to call himself Rabbi it’s solid.
1. 1st Peter (actually Kepha) 1:20-21 says that the Scriptures are to be understood:
(a) as we feel in our hearts.
(b) not by private interpretation.
(c) as our priests or pastors interpret them.
2. According to 1st John (actually Yohanon) 2:6 and 1st Corinthians 11:1, believers should walk:
(a) free from bondage to the “Jewish Law”.
(b) as Yahushua the Messiah Himself walked.
(c) as taught by the Ishtar Bunny.
(d) as taught by our “rabbis”.
3. In Luke 4:16 and Acts 17:1-2 Yahushua and Paul (actually Shaul) were usually:
(a) going to church on Sunday.
(b) going to synagogue on Sabbath.
(c) going to mosque on Friday.
4. According to Matthew (actually Matittyahu) 5:17-19, Yahushua came to abolish His Father’s laws; true or false?
5. In Romans 3:31 Shaul:
(a) made void the Law.
(b) established the Law.
(c) abolished the Law.
(d) taught we are freed from bondage to the Law.
6. According to Jude (actually Yahudah) 1:3, the true faith was delivered to mankind:
(a) seven times.
(b) one time.
(c) two times.
(d) three times.
7. In Ephesians 4:3-6 there are this many true faiths:
8. According to Zechariah 8:23, Yohanan 4:22 and Romans 3:1-2; the true faith is a form of:
9. In Acts 24:5-14 the true faith was known as:
(b) Sect of the Nazarenes
(c) Jehovah’s Witnesses
10. According to Exodus 20:8-11, the Sabbath is:
(a) Sunday (the first day of the week).
(b) Saturday (the seventh day of the week).
11. In Mark 2:27-28 and Colossians 1:16 the Sabbath was created by:
(a) The Pope
(b) Moses (actually Moshe)
(c) The Messiah
(d) Santa Claus
12. Also according to Mark 2:27-28, the Sabbath was created for:
(a) the Jews only.
(b) the people of “Old Testament” times.
(c) all mankind.
13. In 1st Yohanan 3:4 and Romans 7:7 sin is defined as:
(a) moral failure.
(b) transgression of the Law.
14. According to Yohanan 1:29, Yahushua came to:
(a) do away with the Law.
(b) take away sin.
15. In Romans 6:15 Shaul says:
(a) we should not continue to sin.
(b) don’t worry about sin since it’s transgression of the Law Yahushua ended.
16. According to Scripture (Exodus 27-31, Leviticus 6-24, Numbers 10-19 and Deuteronomy 5:29), the Law was:
(a) only for “Old Testament” times.
(b) for all generations.
(c) eventually to be abolished by the Messiah.
17. In Deuteronomy 4:2-12:32 it’s ok to take away from the Law, true or false?
18. According to Deuteronomy 13:1-11, if anyone after Moshe were to teach that we should no longer keep the Law then we should:
(a) only accept this if their prophecies are fulfilled.
(b) only accept this if they perform miraculous signs and wonders.
(c) reject them immediately.
19. In Acts 25:8-28:17 Shaul taught:
(a) against the Jewish Law.
(b) against the Temple.
(c) against Jewish customs.
(d) none of the above.
20. According to Romans 7:12, Shaul tells us the Law is:
(a) holy, just and good.
(b) bondage we need freedom from.
21. In Romans 7:14 Shaul also tells us the Law is:
(a) of the Spirit.
(b) of the flesh.
22. According to Ezekiel 36:27, the Holy Spirit will:
(a) witness to as that we are freed from bondage to the Law.
(b) cause us to keep the statutes and ordinances.
23. In Scripture (Acts 20-27 and 1st Corinthians 5-16) Shaul observed:
(a) the Passover.
(b) day of Pentecost.
(c) the Yom Kippur.
(d) all of the above.
24. According to Revelation 12:17, the last days remnant will be a people who:
(a) accept the Messiah and reject the Law.
(b) accept the law and reject the Messiah.
(c) accept the Messiah and the Law.
(d) none of the above.
25. A Jewish person would have to change their religion to accept their own Messiah, true or false?