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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 10.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What must God do to maintain contact with the remnant that survives destruction?
(a) He must act like a warrior.
(b) He must be powerful.
(c) He must change them.
(d) He must change himself to accept them as they are.
2. How is the Hebrew God different from those of Greek mythology?
(a) He is peaceful at all times.
(b) He has a wife.
(c) He creates a human that is also part god.
(d) He takes no action without thinking of man, has no "adventures," and has no divine companions.
3. Which statement is true based on the traditional interpretation of the Book of Job?
(a) Job understands why he must repent.
(b) Job knows God will not save him.
(c) Job is a sinner but is constantly in denial.
(d) Job consistently trusts that God will vindicate him.
4. In the Book of Job, from whom does God take a bet?
5. Is God just in the Book of Job?
(a) Yes, Job made a mistake and deserves punishment.
(b) No, he does not love Job enough to be just.
(c) No, he never claims to be just, only to be almighty.
(d) Yes, he is always a just God.
Short Answer Questions
1. By the time Exodus begins, what has happened to Abraham's descendants?
2. Why did the horrible destruction threatened in Deuteronomy 28 have to take place?
3. How does God indicate his sense of mercy might outweigh his sense of justice?
4. What are the traits that come to the fore?
5. The Book of Job is the Tanakh's most conscious confrontation with what side of God?
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