You can Download for Free Today – “339 Questions Jesus Asked”

I am thrilled to announce the release of my newest resource:  “339 Questions Jesus Asked.”  

Request your free download of this new eBook by clicking:

How many questions did Jesus ask?

I have kind of given away the answer, haven’t I? – but please read on!  Near the time I started my blog in 2012 I read somewhere that in the four Gospels Jesus asked more than 150 questions and I thought “Wow – that is a lot of questions!”   Then I found a website that shared “173 Questions Jesus Asked” and I thought that must be the exact amount.

Earlier this year I took time to do my own research and to my amazement I discovered that in the New International Version there are exactly 339 Questions Jesus Asked*:

Matthew –  Jesus Asked 109 Questions

Mark – Jesus Asked 68 Questions 

Luke – Jesus Asked 107 Questions 

John –  Jesus Asked 55 Questions

339 Total Questions Jesus Asked

I made a quick search of the internet thinking someone before me has certainly compiled this list.  I could not find a compilation of 300 plus questions that Jesus asked.   Please keep in mind that, while I am a follower of Jesus and faithfully read the Scriptures, I am not a Seminary Professor or a Pastor or a Seminary Student.  I have really been quite amazed that no one has previously compiled and posted all 339 Questions that Jesus Asked.

*  Please note that each of the four Gospels documented Jesus’s questions independently.  In putting this compilation together – in order to provide you with full context – you will find all the questions Jesus asked in each Gospel – even though some questions are repeated in more than one account.

Would you like to increase your communication skills by studying, who many believe to be, the greatest communicator in all of history? 

If you desire to continuously increase your communication skills, would you not be wise to study the one many believe to be the greatest communicator in all of history: Jesus of Nazareth?  Even if you are not a follower of Jesus, would you not be wise to learn from his communication practices?  Jesus did two things exceedingly well:  He told great stories and he asked great questions.

Have you ever wondered why Jesus asked so many questions?

You may have heard me share before that  I ask a lot of questions because I don’t know the answers.  Jesus being God never asked a question to which he did not already know the answer.  Why did he ask so many questions?

Just recently this thought occurred to me: All of the Trinity (God the Father, Jesus the Son and the Holy Spirit) were involved in the Creation.  Therefore Jesus, who created the brain, understands exactly how it works.  When he asks a question, he is actually leveraging the design of the brain he created!  He knew that asking questions was a far more effective way to connect with people, to engage people, to help them discover truth, to help them come to their own conclusions, and to make their own decisions than it ever would be to tell them what to do!

You will have every question Jesus asked in the four Gospels when you download my FREE e-book!

So why am I making this compilation of “339 Questions Jesus Asked” available to you for free download? 

Helping you win is my only goal!

There are no hidden motives!

Subscribing to my blog is free!

Downloading  “339 Questions Jesus Asked” is also free!

Increasing your Communication Skills and your Leadership Effectiveness x 10 is the only payment I desire!

Would you please consider doing me a huge favor?  Would you take a few minutes to click on the links below to share this opportunity to download “339 Questions Jesus Asked” for free with those you are connected with on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and or E-mail.  I would be so grateful!



Bob Tiede


Bob has been on the staff of Cru for 52 years. He currently serves on the U.S. Leadership Development Team and is passionate about seeing leaders grow and multiply their effectiveness. Bob and his wife, Sherry, live in Plano, TX and are blessed with 4 incredible children and 8 remarkable grandchildren.


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10 thoughts on “You can Download for Free Today – “339 Questions Jesus Asked”

  1. Vance Apple says:

    Please sign me up.

    1. Bob Tiede says:

      Hi Vance – I really appreciate your interest. Please click on this link: to request your free download of “339 Questions Jesus Asked.”

  2. James Tejosh Das says:

    That’s a wonderful compilation made to help us face with questions Jesus once asked, still remains valid today for us to answer.

  3. A wonderful work done, helped us to face questions Jesus once asked, still valid today fir us to answer.

  4. M Devaraj says:

    Dear Brother in Christ
    I am Rev. Prof. Devaraj
    Thank you for you Nice Book, Well done research. I love you and your book
    May God Bless you
    Devaraj From South of India

  5. Bob,
    I lead our Life Group (Sunday School Class) at our church. During class yesterday, Rich (a co-leader) asked, “Just how many questions did Jesus ask?” I thought it was a marvelous question, which leads to other questions like, how many were answered or where rhetorical? I’ve always enjoyed how Jesus ANSWERED questions but have never thought about HIS questions. Rich and I decided to independently study this… However… 🙂 I just found your ebook. I feel like I’m cheating. 🙂 I’ll continue to research on my own but will use your book as a guild. I look forward to pulling out your wisdom from it. Thank you in advance for your ebook, your time spent studying and your generosity.

    On a personal note- I was moved and humbled by your words “Jesus did two things exceedingly well: He told great stories and he asked great questions.” Professionally I’m blessed to travel the world as a Motivational Storyteller. When I started speaking 20 years ago and created, I was mocked and was told “No one tells ‘stories.’ Certainly not professionally.” Thousands of speeches later, the critics have been proven wrong but I also understand the undeniable proof in the power of a story.
    It’s encouraging to know I’m following the greatest storyteller in the world.

    Bob, I speak quite a bit in TX and now have a number of friends and pastors in Plano. It would be a pleasure to meet you next time I’m in town and to hear more about the U.S. Leadership Development Team.
    Thank you again,
    Thomas Dismukes

  6. Rick says:

    Well done

  7. Rick says:

    Well done make us think

  8. Eli says:

    Also, did you not come across John Dear’s “The Questions of Jesus”?

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