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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Before moving on to the Book of Exodus, what does Miles do?
(a) He rebukes the Flood story.
(b) He reviews and critiques the Book of Genesis.
(c) He writes his own creation story.
(d) He pauses to take stock of what in literary terms makes the unified God of Genesis godlike and different.
2. What does God become when Pharaoh legislates that all Israelite boys be killed at birth?
(a) For the second time he becomes a father.
(b) For the second time he becomes a warrior.
(c) For the first time he becomes a father.
(d) For the first time he becomes a warrior.
3. Who is the protagonist in the Tanakh?
4. What does God not do as he is creating the world and animals?
(a) He does not talk about himself or his motivation for the sudden action.
(b) He does not create light.
(c) He does not make all the animals.
(d) He does not feel confident in his creations.
5. For what acronym is "Tanakh?"
(a) Tyra, "speaker," nebular, "cosmic," and ketchem, "source."
(b) Torah, "teaching," nebim, "prophets," and ketubim, "writings."
(c) Tambor, "muse," nell, "god," and kell, "sanctity."
(d) Taliya, "describe," newsome, "interpret," and kettlyn, "evaluate."
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the Bible show without cover-up?
2. Believers adore God as the origin of what?
3. What has the Tanakh always been?
4. Why does the author use the Jewish canon, or Tanakh, for study?
5. What is the unifying principle of the Tanakh?
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