KS3 RE Quiz
Christianity - The First Christmas
The baby Jesus' first visitors were the shepherds.

Christianity - The First Christmas

The first Christmas is, of course, the birth of Jesus Christ. Christmas for most of us means presents, turkey and crackers, to name a few. What do Christians believe about Christmas?

See how much you have learned in your Religious Education lessons in the following Christianity quiz all about The First Christmas.

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  1. From Abraham to Jesus, Matthew lists .......
    Luke traces Jesus' line back through David to Adam
  2. The King of the Jews at the time of Jesus' birth was .......
    Herodias, wife of Herod Antipas, caused John's death
  3. One of Jesus' ancestors was .......
    Joseph belonged to the royal line of David
  4. The baby Jesus' first visitors were .......
    The angels announced Jesus' birth first to the shepherds
  5. John's father didn't believe Gabriel's message because .......
    So, Zechariah couldn't speak until he named John
  6. The first visitors told Mary and Joseph that .......
    'And Mary kept all these things in her heart'
  7. Joseph knew that Mary's baby was God's son because .......
    Later, angels warned Joseph of danger too
  8. Jesus was born in .......
    Micah foretold Bethlehem as the birthplace of the Messiah
  9. Christ's name 'Immanuel' was foretold by .......
    'Immanuel' means 'God With Us'
  10. Matthew's Gospel focuses on .......
    Luke's Gospel tells Mary's story

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