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Jesus' engaged with a wide variety of people, from religious leaders to society's outcasts.
Who were the teachers of God’s Laws?
the chief priests
What does the name ‘Pharisee’ mean?
the separate ones
the religious ones
the hypocritical ones
What was the main criticism Jesus had of these two groups of religious leaders?
They don’t practice what they preach.
They lead lives that are too strict.
They ignore the ordinary people.
What did Jesus say motivated the Pharisees and scribes to follow the Jewish Law?
They want to please God.
They want people to see what they do and admire them.
They want to get to heaven.
Jesus said the Jewish leaders gave a tenth of their herbs, but what important matters did they neglect?
Justice, mercy and faithfulness
Giving a tenth of their other crops
Donating money to the Temple treasury
Who brought the woman accused of adultery to Jesus?
The chief priests
The teachers of the law and the Pharisees.
The local people in the village
What punishment did they say she ought to receive, according to the Jewish Law?
Death by stoning
A public beating
What final instruction did Jesus give to the woman?
To return to her husband.
To make an offering in the Temple.
Not to sin again.
How did Zacchaeus show he was a changed person?
He offered to pay back four times the amount to those he had cheated.
He invited Jesus to his house for a meal.
He stopped being a tax collector.
When were the ten men suffering from leprosy healed?
They were healed immediately.
They were healed as soon as Jesus placed his hands on them.
They were healed on the way to be examined by the priests.
What was remarkable about the only one who returned to thank Jesus?
He was the only one who was Jewish.
He was a Samaritan.
He became a Christian.