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Jesus preached for all his adult life.
false
Jesus seemed to cause conflict and tension wherever he went.
true
The Gospels differ widley in their descriptions of Jesus' arrest, trial, and execution.
false
Some difference between the Gospel accounts of the Passion result from the Evangelists' attempts to provide theological insights into the Crucifixion's meaning.
true
When Jesus identified his actions at the Last Supper as representing a "new Covenant," he was linking those actions to a reality at the heart of Jewish history.
true
At the Last Supper, the disciples understood that the cup and bread were to be recognized from then on as signs of Jesus' death.
false
All the Evangelists include the institution of the Eucharist in their descriptions of the Last Supper.
false
Jewish leaders who normally disagreed with one another were united against Jesus.
true
It seems likely that Jesus did not know that he would be raised from the dead in three days.
true
Jewish leaders had the authority to carry out Jesus' death penalty.
false