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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 9.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. God takes notice of problems and acts, but does not reveal this until Isaiah 39.
2. What can one gain from examining the Bible as a literary biography of God?
(a) Once can learn the truths of the Bible and convert.
(b) Insight into the Western ideal of character without having to subscribe to the religious trappings of Judaism or Christianity.
(c) One can become closer to God and his infinite wisdom and strength.
(d) Understanding of how perfect God is.
3. What Jewish and Christian texts cover the same material?
(a) The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Old Testament.
(b) The Hebrew Bible and the Old Testament.
(c) The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament.
(d) The Hebrew Bible and the New Testament.
4. Who and what does this book reference?
(a) Cervantes, Neil Simon, Oscar Wilde, the Qu'ran, and music.
(b) Neil Simon, Oscar Wilde, Louisa May Alcott, Buddhism, and art.
(c) Peter Voulkos, Jon Balestreri, the Sacred Scrolls, and music.
(d) Cervantes, Joan of Arc, the Arc of the Convenant, and art.
5. How is God's interaction with Moses different from that with Abraham?
(a) He refrains from intervening in Abraham's war but will use his might to assist Moses againt Pharaoh.
(b) He less involved in Moses' life than Abraham's.
(c) He is kinder to Moses than Abraham.
(d) He is more of a father figure to Moses.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to God's plan of establishing a nation peacefully obedient to the detailed moral code he promulgated?
2. What is the unifying principle of the Tanakh?
3. What is understood and not concealed about God?
4. What is the purpose of the second interlude, "Does God Fail?"
5. What are the ways David is indicted under Deuteronomic Law?
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