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Read the passage from the Bible, study the image of Jacopo Bassano's 16th century The Last Supper, and answer the question that follows: So he sent two of his disciples, telling them, "Go into the city, and a man carrying a jar of water will meet you. Follow him. Say to the owner of the house he enters, 'The Teacher asks: Where is my guest room, where I may eat the Passover with my disciples?' He will show you a large upper room, furnished and ready. Make preparations for us there." The disciples left, went into the city and found things just as Jesus had told them. So they prepared the Passover. When evening came, Jesus arrived with the Twelve. While they were reclining at the table eating, he said, "I tell you the truth, one of you will betray me-one who is eating with me." They were saddened, and one by one they said to him, "Surely not I?" "It is one of the Twelve," he replied, "one who dips bread into the bowl with me. Pu What is one of the main differences between the passage and the painting? (5 points) Choose one answer. a. The passage describes a feast, but the painting shows a simple meal. b. The painting portrays a more luxurious banquet hall than the passage indicates. c. Jesus is one of two focal characters in the painting while he is the only focal character in the passage. d. Jesus appears far more upset in the painting than he seems to be in the passage.