Chapter 1

1. According to Galatians 1:1, how does Paul describe himself?

A. Apostle

B. Christian

C. Follower

D. Sinner

2. According to Galatians 1:1, how was Paul made an apostle?

A. Through the Spirit

B. Through the other apostles

C. Self-appointed

D. Through Jesus Christ and God the Father

3. According to Galatians 1:3, what does Paul send from God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ?

A. Love and joy

B. Peace and happiness

C. Grace and peace

D. Faith and hope

4. According to Galatians 1:4, Jesus gave Himself for our sins that He might deliver us from what?

A. Death

B. This present evil age

C. Satan

D. Those who would persecute

5. According to Galatians 1:6, Paul marveled that the Galatians were turning away so soon from Him who called them in the grace of Christ, to what?

A. Sin

B. Disbelief

C. A different gospel

D. The Jewish law

6. According to Galatians 1:7, what does Paul say that some who wanted to pervert the gospel of Christ were doing to the Galatians?

A. Deceiving them

B. Troubling them

C. Converting them

D. Silencing them

7. According to Galatians 1:7, Paul warns that some who were troubling the Galatians wanted to do what to the gospel of Christ?

A. Abandon it

B. Silence it

C. Pervert it

D. Condemn it

8. According to Galatians 1:8-9, what does Paul say should happen to anyone who preaches any other gospel than what the Galatian brethren had received?

A. Let him be silenced

B. Let him be ignored

C. Let him be killed

D. Let him be accursed

9. According to Galatians 1:10, what would Paul not be if he still pleased men?

A. An apostle of Christ

B. A bondservant of Christ

C. A persecutor of Christians

D. A brother in Christ

10. In Galatians 1:11-12, Paul refers to the gospel he was preaching. How did he receive this gospel?

A. Learned in the synagogue

B. Taught by Ananias

C. Through the revelation of Jesus Christ

D. From the other apostles

11. In Galatians 1:13, Paul speaks about his former conduct in Judaism. What does he say that he did to the church of God?

A. Persecuted it and tried to destroy it

B. Loved it and helped to increase it

C. Tried to dispute its message

D. Reviled it

12. According to Galatians 1:14, Paul advanced in Judaism, being more exceedingly zealous for what?

A. The Law of Moses

B. The traditions of his fathers

C. The persecution of Christians

D. The laws of Rome

13. According to Galatians 1:15, Paul describes God as the one who called him through His grace and separated him from what?

A. The Pharisees

B. The Sadducees

C. The Law of Moses

D. His mother’s womb

14. According to Galatians 1:16, God revealed the Son in Paul that Paul might preach Him among what group of people?

A. The Jews

B. The Galatians

C. The Romans

D. The Gentiles

15. According to Galatians 1:17, after Paul went to Arabia to where did he return?

A. Antioch

B. Tarsus

C. Damascus

D. Galatia

16. According to Galatians 1:18, after three years in Damascus, how long did Paul remain in Jerusalem with Peter?

A. Forty days

B. Fifteen days

C. Two years

D. One year

17. According to Galatians 1:19, when Paul went from Damascus up to Jerusalem to see Peter, he did not see any other of the apostles except whom?

A. James, the Lord’s brother

B. Philip

C. Andrew

D. Simon

18. According to Galatians 1:20, what did Paul assure the Galatians about the things he was writing to them?

A. His words were from God

B. He was not lying

C. He had authority as an apostle

D. He was writing in his own hand

19. According to Galatians 1:21, what regions did Paul go to after he was in Jerusalem?

A. Bithynia and Pontus

B. Macedonia and Achaia

C. Pamphylia and Lycia

D. Syria and Cilicia

20. According to Galatians 1:22, by what was Paul unknown to the churches of Judea?

A. Name

B. Reputation

C. Deeds

D. Face

21. According to Galatians 1:22-23, what had Paul formerly done to the churches of Judea?

A. Persecuted them

B. Preached the word to them

C. Confronted them

D. Examined them

22. According to Galatians 1:23-24, what did the churches of Judea do once they heard that Paul was preaching the faith instead of persecuting them?

A. Glorified God

B. Believed God

C. Obeyed God

D. Trusted God

Chapter 2

1. According to Galatians 2:1, who did Paul take with him to Jerusalem?

A. James and John

B. Barnabas and Silas

C. Peter and Titus

D. Barnabas and Titus

2. According to Galatians 2:2, what, by revelation, did Paul communicate to those in Jerusalem?

A. The gospel he preached among the Gentiles

B. The gospel he preached to the Jews

C. The gospel he preached to the Galatians

D. The gospel he preached among the sinners

3. According to Galatians 2:3, what nationality was Titus?

A. Greek

B. Roman

C. Hebrew

D. Egyptian

4. According to Galatians 2:4, what do we have in Christ Jesus?

A. Forgiveness

B. Salvation

C. Liberty

D. Justice

5. According to Galatians 2:4-5, to whom did Paul not submit to for even an hour?

A. Some false brethren

B. Some Gentiles

C. Some Jews

D. Some hypocrites

6. According to Galatians 2:6, what does God show to no man?

A. Favoritism

B. Wrath

C. Justice

D. Liberty

7. According to Galatians 2:7, what had been committed to Paul?

A. The gospel for the Galatians

B. The gospel for the Jews

C. The gospel for the uncircumcised

D. The gospel for the circumcised

8. According to Galatians 2:8, whom did God work effectively through for the apostleship to the circumcised?

A. John

B. James

C. Barnabas

D. Peter

9. According to Galatians 2:9, what was given to Paul and Barnabas by James, Cephas and John?

A. A copy of the law

B. The right hand of fellowship

C. The ability to heal the sick

D. Permission to teach

10. According to Galatians 2:9, who encouraged Paul and Barnabas to go to the Gentiles?

A. John

B. James

C. Cephas

D. All of the above

11. According to Galatians 2:10, who did James, Cephas and John want Paul and Barnabas to remember?

A. The circumcised

B. The poor

C. The sick

D. The Greeks

12. According to Galatians 2:11, who did Paul withstand to his face when he had come to Antioch, because he was to be blamed?

A. John

B. James

C. Peter

D. Barnabas

13. According to Galatians 2:12, why did Peter separate himself from eating with the Gentiles?

A. He feared the circumcised

B. He feared the Apostles

C. He feared the righteous

D. He feared the sinners

14. According to Galatians 2:13, in addition to Peter, who else was carried away with the Jews’ hypocrisy?

A. James

B. John

C. Barnabas

D. Titus

15. According to Galatians 2:14, how did Paul say that Peter lived?

A. Like a Gentile

B. Like a Jew

C. Like Jesus Christ

D. Like an Apostle

16. According to Galatians 2:16, by what should no flesh be justified?

A. His own works

B. Fasting

C. The works of the law

D. Burning incense

17. According to Galatians 2:16, by what is man justified?

A. The works of Jesus Christ

B. Faith in Jesus Christ

C. Faith in the Law of Moses
D. The works of the Law

18. According to Galatians 2:18, what does Paul make himself if he builds again those things which he destroyed?

A. A builder

B. A lawmaker

C. Righteous

D. A transgressor

19. According to Galatians 2:19, through what did Paul die so that he could live to God?

A. The law

B. Jesus Christ

C. The deeds of the flesh

D. Himself

20. According to Galatians 2:20, with whom did Paul say he had been crucified?

A. Jews

B. Sinners

C. Christ

D. Gentiles

21. According to Galatians 2:21, what did Paul say he did not set aside?

A. The poor and feeble

B. The strong and humble

C. The grace of God

D. The works of man

Chapter 3

1. According to Galatians 3:1, Jesus Christ was clearly portrayed as what among the Galatians?

A. Crucified

B. Magnificent

C. Powerful

D. Merciful

2. According to Galatians 3:2, Paul says there is only one thing he wants to learn from the Galatians. This one thing is how they received something. What is it that the Galatians received?

A. Blessings

B. Great riches

C. Healing

D. The Spirit

3. According to Galatians 3:3, with the Galatians having begun in the Spirit, Paul asks if they were now being made perfect by what?

A. Baptism

B. The flesh

C. Good deeds

D. Their knowledge of the scriptures

4. According to Galatians 3:4, what did Paul ask the Galatians if they had done in vain?

A. Worshipped

B. Spoken of God

C. Suffered so many things

D. Exalted themselves

5. According to Galatians 3:5, while writing to the Galatians, Paul speaks of “He who supplies the Spirit to you.” What else does God do among the Galatians?

A. Gives life

B. Brings endless joy

C. Works miracles

D. Gives spiritual gifts

6. According to Galatians 3:6, Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for what?

A. Loyalty

B. Righteousness

C. Faithfulness

D. Eternal life

7. According to Galatians 3:7, only those who are of faith are sons of whom?

A. Abraham

B. Adam

C. David

D. Jesus

8. According to Galatians 3:8, the gospel was preached beforehand to whom?

A. The Israelites

B. All the nations

C. The Gentiles

D. Abraham

9. According to Galatians 3:9, who are blessed with believing Abraham?

A. Those who are of faith

B. All humanity

C. Those who walk in the light

D. Children of God

10. According to Galatians 3:10, what is said about everyone who does not continue in all things which are written in the book of the law, to do them?

A. They will surely die

B. They are cursed

C. They will see the wrath of God

D. They are arrogant

11. According to Galatians 3:11, it is evident that in the sight of God, no one is justified by what?

A. Baptism

B. The law

C. Faith without works

D. Works without faith

12. According to Galatians 3:12, the law is not of what?

A. This world

B. Unrighteousness

C. Faith

D. Value

13. According to Galatians 3:13, what has Christ redeemed us from, by becoming a curse for us?

A. The curse of the law

B. Eternal destruction

C. Shame

D. Ignorance

14. According to Galatians 3:14, Christ became a curse for us that the blessing of Abraham might come upon the Gentiles in Christ Jesus, that we might receive what through faith?

A. More blessings

B. Grace

C. The promise of the Spirit

D. Redemption

15. According to Galatians 3:15, though it is only a man’s covenant, if it is confirmed, no one does what to it?

A. Ignores it or defends it

B. Follows it or denies it

C. Annuls it or adds to it

D. Disagrees with it or reviles it

16. According to Galatians 3:16, to whom were the promises made?

A. Abraham and his seed

B. King David and his descendants

C. The Galatians

D. The Moabites

17. According to Galatians 3:17, how much later was the law after the promises that were made to Abraham?

A. 500 years

B. 340 years

C. 430 years

D. 450 years

18. According to Galatians 3:18, by what did God give Abraham his inheritance?

A. The law

B. Promise

C. Grace

D. Sacrifice

19. According to Galatians 3:19, through whom was the law appointed by the hand of the mediator?

A. Jesus

B. Angels

C. Moses

D. The Spirit

20. According to Galatians 3:20, a mediator does NOT mediate for whom?

A. The sinful

B. Those born of the world

C. More than one

D. Only one

21. According to Galatians 3:21, if there had been a law given which could have given life, what would have been by the law?

A. Righteousness

B. Purity of heart

C. Love

D. Mercy

22. According to Galatians 3:22, the Scripture has confined all under what?

A. The law

B. Sin

C. The grace of God

D. Gods promises

23. According to Galatians 3:23, Paul says that they were kept under guard by the law. For what were they kept?

A. The Son of God, which would be revealed

B. The Glory of the Father, which would be revealed

C. The faith, which would be revealed

D. The new law, which would be revealed

24. According to Galatians 3:24, Paul states that to bring us to Christ, the law was used as what?

A. A judge

B. A tutor

C. A test

D. A path

25. According to Galatians 3:25, when is a tutor no longer needed?

A. After we put away childish things

B. After faith has come