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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 9.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What follows the apocalypse?
(a) A definitive divine intervention at the end of time.
(b) A crowd of enthusiasts.
(c) A casket.
(d) A feast.
2. Why does God make the world?
(a) He wants someone to love.
(b) He wants humankind because he wants an image of himself.
(c) He wants family.
(d) He wants friends.
3. At the end of which character's spectacularly successful career does he deliver his final speech in Shechem, and Israel responds at a pitch of enthusiasm never again reached?
4. Who and what does this book reference?
(a) Neil Simon, Oscar Wilde, Louisa May Alcott, Buddhism, and art.
(b) Peter Voulkos, Jon Balestreri, the Sacred Scrolls, and music.
(c) Cervantes, Joan of Arc, the Arc of the Convenant, and art.
(d) Cervantes, Neil Simon, Oscar Wilde, the Qu'ran, and music.
5. How does God indicate his sense of mercy might outweigh his sense of justice?
(a) By allowing the generation after the destruction to have an opportunity to return to him and be restored.
(b) He saves other nations, even though they are not Israelites.
(c) He saves the Israelites.
(d) He gives the Israelites multiple chances.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is understood and not concealed about God?
2. How does God identify himself to Moses?
3. How does God refer to himself as female?
4. How does God show his power to Egypt?
5. How is his presence different in Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, and Psalms?
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