1. Using historical and biblical texts, Armstrong describes the evolution of ________________.
(a) The Pope, the spiritual leader of the Roman Catholics.
(b) The Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of the Tibetans.
(c) Asherah, the Goddess of the Canaanites.
(d) Yahweh, the God of Israel.
2. Where do various prophets emerge who enunciated the message from Yahweh?
(a) In the Temple of Judah.
(b) In Jerusalem.
(c) In theTemple of Judea.
(d) In the synagogue.
3. Isaiah proclaimed the forthcoming devastation of the peoples of Israel but simultaneously promised them _______.
(a) Eventual victory and survival.
(d) A new place to live.
4. The role of Yahweh now assumed the role of ________________.
(a) Father to the Israelites.
(b) Creator of all mankind.
(c) Friend to all.
(d) Lord and master of history.
5. Was Yahweh still only a champion and defender of a specific people?
(b) No, he now only defends himself.
(c) No, he would also visit punishments on them for their transgressions.
(d) No, he is now a defender of all people.
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