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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What other painters did the story of Lot's wife inspire in addition to the painter who created "Flight of Lot"?
(a) Frida Kalow and Georgia O'Keefe.
(b) Andy Warhol and Georgia O'Keefe.
(c) Salvadore Dali and Pablo Picasso.
(d) Gozzoli and Lucas Cranach.
2. When Jesus performed his miracle of turning water into wine at a wedding feast, who told him that the feast had run out of wine?
(a) His father, Joseph.
(b) The bride.
(c) His mother, Mary.
(d) The bridegroom.
3. When Jacob and his family left Laban's household, who stole Labon's idols?
4. What god did Jezebel worship and bring with her into Israel when she married King Ahab?
5. Who was the first woman in the Bible to die in childbirth?
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Abraham's servant Eliezer first meet Rebekah?
2. Who did Simeon and Levi murder?
3. Which Roman ruler sent out a decree that a census of the Roman world would be taken?
4. How many words in the Old Testament are used to tell the story of Lot's wife?
5. What was Ruth's relationship to Naomi?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who was the only woman to rule over Judah, and how did she attain her throne?
2. What was Hagar's relationship with Sarah and why did Sarah eventually send Hagar away?
3. Why did motherhood become a painful experience for Eve and her female descendants?
4. Who was Rahab, and how did she help Israel when they came to invade her city?
5. How did Rebekah's younger son Jacob steal his father's blessing and inheritance from his older brother Esau?
6. Who was Seth and how did he differ from Cain?
7. How did Eliezer select Rebekah to be Isaac's wife?
8. What two roles did Deborah have that were unusual for women of her era?
9. How did children become an issue of conflict between Rachel and Leah?
10. Why did Eve's son Cain slay his brother Abel?
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