Friday, February 28, 2014


1. Multiple choice: At one point during Paul's voyage to Rome, he sailed in an Alexandrian ship whose figurehead was the Twin Brothers. Where did Paul first board this ship? (a) Caesarea; (b) Cyprus; or (c) Malta.

2. After leaving Malta on his way to Rome, Paul landed at a city that has the same name as a city in the state of New York. What was that city? (a) Rochester; (b) Syracuse; or (c) Schenectady.

3. Paul met very few Christians on his journey to Rome. However, he did find some brethren in a city in Italy not far from Rome. What was that city? (a) Rhegium; (b) Puteoli; or (c) Venice.

1. (c) Malta (Acts 28:1, 11).
2. (b) Syracuse (Acts 28: 11, 12), a city with a large harbor on the east coast of Sicily. It was  the seat of the Roman government in Sicily when  Paul was there.
3. (b) Puteoli (Acts 28:13, 14). Puteoli is the modern Pozzuoli which is located near Naples. Several ruins remain today from the ancient city.

Thursday, February 27, 2014


1. Multiple choice: On what island was Paul bitten by a poisonous viper? (a) Malta; (b) Crete; or (c) Cyprus.

2. While staying on an island during his trip to Rome, Paul  was used by God to perform many healings. On what island did this take place? (a) Crete; (b) Cyprus; or (c) Malta.

3. Where was Paul when he laid hands on the father of Publius and healed him of dysentery?  (a) Jerusalem; (b) Ephesus; or (c) Malta.

1. (a) Malta (Acts 28:1-3).
2. (c) Malta (Acts 28:9). Malta is an island in the center of the Mediterranean, sixty miles south of Sicily.
3. (c) Malta (Acts 28: 1,8). The name Malta or Melita means "Refuge." The inhabitants were called barbarians because they did not speak Greek, not because they were savage or uncivilized.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014


1. Multiple choice: After Paul and his companions had passed by Crete on the way to Rome, they spent much time in a place with a pleasant name. What was it? (a) Lovely  Landing; (b) Fair Havens; or (c) Fair Heavens.

2. On his journey to Rome, Paul spent some time in a place called Fair Havens. Fair Havens was near what city? (a) Lycaonia; (b) Lycia; (c) Lasea

3. The ship on which Paul was traveling broke up in the midst of a storm. All the passengers survived and swam to the shore of what island? (a) Crete; (b) Cyprus; or (c) Malta.

1. (b) Fair Havens (Acts 27:7-9).
2. (c) Lasea (Acts 27:8). Fair Havens has been identified as a bay area and Lasea as a town some five miles away.
3. (c) Malta (Acts 28:1).

Tuesday, February 25, 2014


1. Multiple choice: Early in Paul's voyage to Rome, they sailed near an island to avoid contrary winds. What  was that island? (a) Malta; (b) Crete; or (c) Cyprus.

2. After Paul had changed ships in Myra on his voyage to Rome, they were again forced to sail under the shelter of an island. What was that island? (a) Crete; (b) Cyprus; or (c) Malta.

3. At one point in Paul's journey to Rome they tried to reach a harbor city of Crete. This city had the same name as an American city. What was it? (a) Dallas; (b) Helena; or (c) Phoenix.

1. (c) Cyprus (Acts 27:4). Cyprus is about sixty miles off the coast of Syria. It is 140 miles long and sixty miles wide at its widest point.
2. (a) Crete (Acts 27:5-7).
3. (c) Phoenix (Acts 27:12).

Monday, February 24, 2014


1. Multiple choice: The Jews came from what city to Caesarea to accuse Paul  before Festus? (a) Antioch; (b) Thessalonica; or (c) Jerusalem.

2. In what city did King Agrippa hear Paul's defense? (a) Jerusalem; (b) Caesarea; or (c) Athens.

3. At what city did Paul first land after leaving Caesarea on his journey to Rome? (a) Paphos; (b) Patmos; or (c) Sidon.

1. (c) Jerusalem (Acts 25:7).
2. (b) Caesarea (Acts 25:13; 26:1).
3. (c) Sidon (Acts 27:3).

Sunday, February 23, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In what city was Tertullus when he accused Paul of creating  dissension among all the Jews? (a) Rome; (b) Jerusalem; or (c) Caesarea.

2. When Porcius Festus succeeded Felix as governor, he encountered Paul  still in custody in what city? (a) Caesarea; (b) Rome; or (c) Jerusalem

3. When Festus became governor in Caesarea, he only stayed there three days before visiting what city? (a) Corinth; (b) Damascus; or (c) Jerusalem.

1. (c) Caesarea (Acts 23:33-24:5).
2. (a) Caesarea (Acts 23:23; 24:27). It was the official residence for the procurator of Palestine.
3. (c) Jerusalem (Acts 25: 1).

Saturday, February 22, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In what city was Felix in residence when Paul was sent to him? (a) Jerusalem; (b) Samaria; or (c) Caesarea

2. To what city did Roman foot soldiers accompany Paul on his journey from Jerusalem to Felix in Caesarea? (a) Bethany; (b) Antipas; or (c) Antipatris.

3. Ananias, the high priest, came from Jerusalem to the city where Paul was being held by the Romans in Herod's Praetorium. To what city did Ananias go? (a) Jericho; (b) Caesarea; or (c) Gaza.

1. (c) Caesarea (Acts 23:23,24).
2. (c) Antipatris (Acts 23:31,32). Antipatris was about twenty-six miles south of Caesarea. It was rebuilt by Herod the Great in memory of his father, Antipater.
3. Caesarea (Acts 23:33-24:1).

Friday, February 21, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In Paul's recounting of his testimony in Acts 22, he says that he planned to bring Christians in chains from Damascus to what city? (a) Tarsus; (b) Nazareth; or (c) Jerusalem.

2. Fill in the blank: According to Paul's testimony in Acts 22, he was praying in the -------- when the Lord appeared to him and told him to get out of Jerusalem because his witness would be rejected.

3. After Paul's encounter with the Sanhedrin in Acts 23, the Lord appeared to him and said, "As you have testified for Me in Jerusalem, so you must also bear witness at --------."

1. (c) Jerusalem (Acts 22:5). Paul had acted on orders from the Jewish leaders in Jerusalem in his persecution of the church.
2. Temple (Acts 22:17,18).
3. "Rome" (Acts 23:11).

Thursday, February 20, 2014


1. Multiple choice: When Paul was arrested in Jerusalem at the end of his third missionary journey, people that agitated  the crowd against him were Jews from what geographic area? (a) Macedonia; (b) Judea; or (c) Asia.

2. Question: Where in Jerusalem was Paul when he was seized by angry Jews at the end of his third missionary journey?

3. Multiple choice: Trophimus became one of Paul's constant companions toward the end of his third missionary journey. What Asian city was home for Trophimus? (a) Ephesus; (b) Colosse; or (c) Corinth.

1. (c) Asia (Acts 21:27).
2. In the temple (Acts 21:26-30). This temple was known as "Herod's Temple". It was the third construction of the temple. 
3. (a) Ephesus (Acts 21:29).

Wednesday, February 19, 2014


1.Fill in the blank: As Paul was completing his third missionary journey he spent some time with the believers in Tyre. "They told Paul through the Spirit not to go up to ----------."

2. Multiple choice: On his return missionary journey Paul stayed with Philip the evangelist. Where did Philip live? (a) Tyre; (b) Damascus; or (c) Caesarea.

3. In what city was Paul's belt used to demonstrate that he would be bound by Jews in Jerusalem?
(a) Caesarea; (b) Corinth; or (c) Ephesus.

1. "Jerusalem" (Acts 21:4).
2. (c) Caesarea (Acts 21:8) about sixty-five miles northwest of Jerusalem. It was named in honor of Caesar Augustus.
3. (a) Caesarea Acts 21:8-11).

Tuesday, February 18, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In what city did Paul meet with the Ephesian elders and give them encouragement about their ministry? (a) Miletus; (b) Troas; or (c) Antioch.

2. Paul hurried back to Jerusalem after his third missionary journey. In his haste he purposefully bypassed what city in which he had had a fruitful ministry? (a) Ephesus; (b) Philippi; or (c) Colosse.

3. On Paul's trip to Jerusalem at the end of his third missionary journey he landed at a city where he stayed seven days with the Christians there. What was that city? (a) Damascus; (b) Caesarea; or (c) Tyre.

1. (a) Miletus (Acts 20:17-35), located a few miles south of Ephesus on the seacoast of Asia Minor.
2. (a) Ephesus Acts 20:16).
3. (c) Tyre (Acts 21:3,4), one of the gentile cities visited by Jesus during His earthly ministry (Matt.15:21-28).

Monday, February 17, 2014


1. After Paul left Ephesus on his third missionary journey he visited one area twice, strengthening churches there. What was that region?. (a)  Greece; (b) Macedonia; or (c) Asia.

2. The group of people traveling with Paul toward the end of this third missionary journey went ahead of the apostle from Greece and waited  for him in what seaport city?  (a) Corinth; (b) Troas; or (c) Seleucia.

3. Eutychus fell out of a third story window during one of Paul's messages. In what city did this happen? (a) Corinth; (b) Philippi; or (c) Troas.

1. (b) Macedonia (Acts 20:1-3).
2. (b) Troas (Acts 20:1-5). Troas  was also the city where Paul received "the Macedonian call".
3. (c) Troas  (Acts 20:6-9).

Sunday, February 16, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In what city were there seven Jewish exorcists who, attempting to cast out a demon, were beaten up by the man who had the evil spirit? (a) Corinth; (b) Philippi; or (c) Ephesus.

2. While Paul was at Ephesus he sent two of his coworkers, Timothy and Erastus, into another area where they had already planted churches. What was that region? (a) Bithynia; (b) Galatia; or (c) Macedonia.

3. Gaius and Aristarchus ministered with Paul while he was in Ephesus. However, they were originally from another region of which Berea was one of the cities. What was that region? (a) Achaia; (b) Bithynia; or (c) Macedonia.

1. (c) Ephesus (Acts 19:13-16).
2. (c) Macedonia (Acts 19:22). It lay across the Aegean Sea to the west of Asia Minor, where Ephesus was located.
3. (c) Macedonia (Acts 19:29).

Saturday, February 15, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In what city on his third missionary journey did Paul find twelve disciples of John  who became his first converts there? (a) Athens; (b) Antioch; or (c) Ephesus.

2. In what Asian city was the school of Tyrannus located? (a) Colosse; (b) Corinth; or (c) Ephesus.

3. Fill in the blank: As a result of Paul's teaching in Ephesus for a period of two years, "all who dwelt in ----------- heard the word of the Lord Jesus."

1. (c) Ephesus (Acts 19:1-7). Ephesus was the most important city of Asia Minor.
2. (c) Ephesus (Acts 19:1,9).
3. "Asia" (Acts 19 :10). Asia refers to the area known as Asia Minor, not the continent Asia.

Friday, February 14, 2014


1. In what city on his second missionary journey did Paul have his hair cut, signifying he had taken a vow to God? (a) Caesarea; (b) Cenchrea; or (c) Judea.

2. Paul was in a great hurry to get back to what city at the end of his second missionary journey? (a) Antioch; (b) Tarsus; or (c) Jerusalem.

3. After Apollos had been instructed in Ephesus more accurately about the way of God, he desired to go to what region? (a) Macedonia; (b) Asia; or (c) Achaia.

1. (b) Cenchrea (Acts 18:18 ).
2. (c) Jerusalem (Acts 18:20,21).
3. (c) Achaia (Acts 18:27).

Thursday, February 13, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In what city of Achaia was Crispus ruler of the synagogue? (a) Ephesus; (b) Thessalonica; or (c) Corinth.

2. In what city did the Lord speak to Paul in a vision at night assuring Paul that he was with him and no one would attack him? (a) Antioch; (b) Corinth; or (c) Berea.

3. In what city did Paul gain a favorable judgment by Gallio, the Roman proconsul, against the Jews?
(a) Caesarea, (b) Rome; or (c) Corinth.

1. (c) Corinth (Acts 18:8). Corinth was the capital  of Achaia, which was made a Roman province in 46 B.C.
2. (b) Corinth (Acts 18:8-10).
3. (c) Corinth (Acts 18:12-17).

Wednesday, February 12, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In what city in Achaia did Paul go after leaving Athens? (a) Philippi; (b) Caesarea; or (c) Corinth.

2. In what city did Paul join Aquila and Priscilla? (a) Philippi; (b) Ephesus; or (c) Corinth.

3. Where did Silas and Timothy rejoin Paul after he had left them behind in Macedonia? (a) Corinth; (b) Athens; or (c) Ephesus.

1. (c) Corinth (Acts 18: 1). Corinth was also a city of Greece. It was of tremendous importance because it controlled the trade routes between northern Greece and the Peloponnesus,
 and across isthmus.
2. (c) Corinth (Acts 18: 1-3).
3. (a) Corinth (Acts 18:1-5).

Tuesday, February 11, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In What city was Paul provoked in his spirit because of all the idols he saw?
(a) Corinth; (b) Ephesus; or (c) Athens.

2. Question: In what city did Paul find an altar with the inscription "TO THE UNKNOWN GOD"?

3. Multiple choice: Where did Paul encounter some Epicurean and Stoic philosophers? (a) Ephesus; (b) Corinth; or (c) Athens.

1. (Athens (Acts 17:16). Of the three great university cities (Tarsus and Alexandria were the other two). Athens was the most famous.
2. Athens (Acts 17:22,23). Athens was famous for its temples, statues, and monuments. There was a pantheon unparalleled in the ancient world. The "unknown god" was honored in case some god had been left out.
3. (c) Athens (Acts 17:16-18).

Monday, February 10, 2014


1. Question: Paul and Silas preached in three cities of Macedonia. What was one of them?

2. Multiple choice: Where did Paul and Silas find the Jews more "fair-minded" than those in Thessalonica? (a) Athens; (b) Berea; or (c) Jerusalem.

3. At what city did Paul leave Timothy and Silas to go on to Athens? (a) Corinth; (b) Philippi; or (c) Berea.

1. Philippi, Thessalonica, or Berea (Acts 16:11--17:11).
2. (b) Berea (Acts 17:10,11).
3. (c) Berea (Acts 17:10--14).

Sunday, February 9, 2014


1. Multiple choice: In what city was Paul and Silas when they were asked the  well-known question, "What must I do to be saved?" (a) Corinth; (b) Jerusalem; or (c) Philippi.

2. In what city of Macedonia did Paul and Silas next preach after leaving Philippi? (a) Thessalonica; (b) Apollonia; or (c) Berea.

3. In what city did Jason, who harbored Paul and Silas while they were preaching in Macedonia, live?
(a) Philippi; (b) Thessalonica; or (c) Corinth.

1. (c) Philippi (Acts 16:30).
2. (a) Thessalonica (Acts 17:1-3). Thessalonica was the major city of Macedonia. Because of its crucial location it remains a major city today.
3. (b) Thessalonica (Acts 17:1-7).

Saturday, February 8, 2014


1. Multiple choice: Lydia, one of the first converts in Macedonia, lived in Philippi. What was her hometown? (a) Rome. (b) Jerusalem; or (c) Thyatira.

2. Where did Paul and his companions encounter a slave girl with a spirit of divination? (a) Corinth; (b) Antioch; or (c) Philippi.

3. In what city were Paul and Silas brought before the magistrates by slave owners and accused of being Jewish troublemakers? (a) Corinth; (b) Thessalonica; or (c) Philippi.

1. (c) Thyatira (Acts 16:14).
2. (c) Philippi (Acts 16:11-16). Philippi was the site of the first church to be established by Paul on his second missionary journey.
3. (c) Philippi (Acts 16:12-20).

Friday, February 7, 2014


1. Multiple choice: From what city did Paul and Silas attempt to go into Bithynia? (a) Thrace; (b) Troas; or (c) Mysia.

2. Where was Paul when he received  his famous Macedonian call? (a) Corinth; (b) Troas; or (c) Rome

3. True or false? Philippi was one of the foremost cities of Macedonia?

1. (c) Mysia (Acts 16:7) Bithynia lay north of Mysia, and Paul wanted to preach the gospel there.
2. (b) Troas (Acts 16: 8,9) Troas was on the farthest western coast of Asia Minor and was a major seaport for those traveling to Macedonia.
3. True (Acts 16:12).

Thursday, February 6, 2014


1. Multiple choice: 1. What are the first mentioned towns that Paul and Silas visited on their missionary journey? (Derbe and Lystra; (b) Damascus and Tarsus; or (c) Iconium and Perga.

2. What was Timothy's hometown? (a) Antioch; (b) Lystra; or (c) Jerusalem.

3. Timothy was well spoken of by believers in his hometown of Lystra and what other nearby town?
(a) Derbe; (b) Iconium; or (c) Athens.

1. (a) Derbe and Lystra (Acts 16:1). Paul and Barnabas had established churches in Derbe and Lystra on their first missionary journey.
2. (b) Lystra (Acts 16:1,2).
3. (b) Iconium (Acts 16:2).

Wednesday, February 5, 2014


1. Multiple choice: The notable contention between Paul and Barnabas  over John Mark took place in what city? (a) Jerusalem; (b) Antioch; or (c) Philippi.

2. Where did Barnabas and John Mark first go when they left Antioch on their missionary journey? (a) Cilicia; (b) Cyprus; or (c) Crete.

3. Where is Barnabas when he is last mentioned in the book of Acts? (a) Antioch; (b) Jerusalem; or (c) Cyprus.

1. (b) Antioch (Acts 15:35-40).
2. (b) Cyprus (Acts 15:39). Paul and Barnabas had already established churches on Cyprus but had not returned to see how they were doing.
3. (c) Cyprus (Acts 15:39).

Tuesday, February 4, 2014


1. Question: In what city are "apostles and elders" mentioned three times in Acts 15 as being the leaders of the church?

2. Multiple choice: The letter describing the decision of the Jerusalem council was addressed to gentile believers in one city and two geographic areas. Name the city. (a) Tarsus; (b) Corinth; or Antioch.

3. True or false? Silas returned to Jerusalem after the letter from the Jerusalem council  had been  delivered to the church in Antioch.

1. Jerusalem (Acts 15:2, 4, 6).
2. (c) Antioch (Acts 15:23), the city where the controversy over Jewish practice first came to a head (cf. Acts 15:1,2).
3. False (Acts 15:34).  He stayed at Antioch and became one of the prophets ministering in the church there.

Monday, February 3, 2014


1. Multiple choice: As Paul and Barnabas returned to Antioch, they sailed from what port city in Pamphylia? (a) Attalia; (b) Seleucia; or (c) Corinth.

2. From what geographic area did people come to the church in Antioch and teach that circumcision was necessary for salvation? (a) Samaria; (b) Judea; or (c) Galilee.

3. To what city did Paul and Barnabas go to discuss the relationship of circumcision to salvation. (a) Antioch; (b) Bethlehem; or (c) Jerusalem.

1. (a) Attalia (Acts 14:25,26).
2. (b) Judea (Acts 15:1). In Judea were the strongly Jewish believers. They  continually struggled with anyone needing only faith in Christ to be accepted by God.
3. (c) Jerusalem (Acts 15:2). It was extremely important that the church be unified on this issue. That unification had to come through an agreement that involved the apostles who were still in the church in Jerusalem.

Sunday, February 2, 2014


1.  Multiple choice: What was the last city Paul and Barnabas visited before retracing their steps to Antioch on their first missionary journey? (a) Derbe; (b) Iconium; or (c) Athens.

2. Question: Acts 14 names three cities where Paul and Barnabas established churches on their first missionary journey. What was one of them?

3. Multiple choice: As Paul and Barnabas headed back to Antioch on their first missionary journey,  they passed through Pisidia and came to what other Roman district? (a) Bithynia; (b) Cilicia; or (c) Pamphylia

1. (a) Derbe (Acts 14:20,21).
2. The three cities named are Lystra, Iconium, and Antioch (Acts 14:21). Paul returned to these cities even though he had faced severe opposition in his first visit to each one. He went back to appoint church leadership in each place.
3. (c)  Pamphylia (Acts 14:24).

Saturday, February 1, 2014


1. Multiple choice: Where were Paul and Barnabas When the people began to worship them as gods? (a) Lystra; (b) Derbe; or (c) Iconium.

2. While Paul and Barnabas were in Lystra, Jews  came from what two cities to incite the people against the missionaries? (a) Antioch and Iconium; (b) Jerusalem and Damascus; (c) Corinth and Athens.

3. To what city did Paul and Barnabas go after Paul had been stoned and left for dead at Lystra? (a) Antioch; (b) Derbe; or (c) Damascus.

1. (a) Lystra (Acts 14:8-13), where there was a temple of Zeus, and where the people believed that sometimes the gods took human form.
2. (a) Antioch and Iconium (Acts 14:19).
3. (b) Derbe (Acts 14:20).