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The First Easter (religious) (Grade 5)

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The First Easter (religious)

When was the first Easter?
  1. 100 years ago
  2. 1,000 years ago
  3. about 2,000 years ago
  4. about 5,000 years ago
Who do Christians believe was dead for a few days, and then rose again to life?
  1. Simon Peter
  2. Jesus Christ
  3. Mary, the mother of Jesus
  4. Caesar Augustus
A few days before the first Easter, Christians believe Jesus was put to death on a cross by soldiers of
  1. the Roman Empire.
  2. the ancient Egyptians.
  3. the king of France.
  4. the British Empire.
The method of execution used by the Romans was crucifixion, where a man was nailed to                           and left to die out in the open.
  1. a coffin
  2. a wooden cross
  3. a tree
  4. the main gate of the city
According to                    , Jesus hung on the cross for six hours before he died.
  1. the Bible
  2. the newspaper
  3. internet news feeds
  4. TV news reports
The day Jesus died is called
  1. Christmas.
  2. Passover.
  3. Good Friday.
  4. Palm Sunday.
Jesus' dead body was put in a tomb, which was sealed with a huge boulder and guarded by Roman soldiers.
  1. True
  2. False
According to                         , which Christians believe is the written down word of God, Jesus came back to life the Sunday after he was executed.
Eyewitnesses to the first Easter claim there was                     when an angel of the Lord came down and rolled the stone away.
  1. an earthquake
  2. a tidal wave
  3. a hurricane
  4. a volcanic eruption
Jesus' coming back to life is called
  1. the Nativity.
  2. the Passion.
  3. the Resurrection.
  4. the Ascension.
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