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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Since Job does not repent for offenses he did not commit, who must repent?
(a) His friends.
(d) Job will still repent because that is God's wish.
2. Who are the three major prophets?
(a) Edward, Ishmael, Jesse.
(b) John, Jesus, Jacob.
(c) Isaac, Joseph, Mark.
(d) Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel.
3. Why does Haman want the Jews annihilated?
(a) Mordecai, a Jew, offends him.
(b) He does not like the king's wife.
(c) He fears the Jews.
(d) He has an obsession with murder.
4. Where do Eloh and Yah send ferocious Sab?
(a) To rescue the Israelites from the Egyptians.
(b) To the burning bush to speak with Moses.
(c) To the burning pits of hell.
(d) To kill the Israelites.
5. What is significant about the whirlwind speech?
(a) It is the first time he apologizes for his punishments.
(b) It is his most angry speech.
(c) It is the first time he calls himself Father.
(d) It is the last time God speaks in the Tanakh.
6. Is God just in the Book of Job?
(a) Yes, Job made a mistake and deserves punishment.
(b) Yes, he is always a just God.
(c) No, he never claims to be just, only to be almighty.
(d) No, he does not love Job enough to be just.
7. What part of God is impulsive?
8. What book of the Bible has long been a favorite in literary circles?
9. What do the last three Minor Prophets give God?
(a) A gift.
(b) An oath to be loyal.
(c) A last chance to express himself directly.
(d) A promise to spread his word.
10. What essence of God is the reptilian goddess?
11. What else does the God of Heaven want to be?
(a) The God of the Sea.
(b) The Wife of Israel.
(c) The God of Earth.
(d) The Father of man.
12. After the Babylonians are defeated by the Persians, what do the Judeans begin to be called?
13. What type of presence is God in Isaiah?
(a) An absent presence.
(b) A solid presence.
(c) A true presence.
(d) A presence that is somewhat absent.
14. How many solutions are there to the "problem of evil?"
15. How will prophecy be examined in this book?
(a) As an explanation of the origins of God.
(b) As the historical evidence of God in narrative form.
(c) As the aspects of God in narrative form.
(d) As the self-characterization of God in a non-narrative form.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Daniel 8 introduce?
2. What Book does he move to complete absence?
3. For what does the polytheistic retelling make up?
4. Why is God's two-part speech to Job significant?
5. What follows the apocalypse?
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