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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whose laws are codified and entrusted to human custody?
2. What does God vow to Israel?
(a) To seek revenge.
(b) To save them.
(c) To have them destroyed.
(d) To make it up to Israel.
3. This Book is a cycle of poems about young lovers attributed to King Solomon.
(c) Song of Songs.
4. The Book of Job is the Tanakh's most conscious confrontation with what side of God?
(a) The caring side.
(b) The emotional side.
(c) The destructive or demonic side.
(d) The fatherly side.
5. What do the six books from Song of Songs to Daniel share?
(a) The criticism of God.
(b) The same theme.
(c) The same narrator.
(d) The reaction of various types of reporters.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who tempts Yah to impose great suffering on Job?
2. Why does Haman want the Jews annihilated?
3. What is an apocalypse?
4. Most often, whose words do the prophets speak?
5. In Isaiah God is holy because of what, rather than power?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the four things Job does, according to the common interpretation of the Book of Job?
2. How do God's people preserve him?
3. What proof is there that Job silences God?
4. What is the gist of Proverbs?
5. How does God begin when he creates the world and all that is on it?
6. When does God first feel pain?
7. Is the Tanakh a tragedy?
8. How did Song of Songs, which is a secular cycle of poems about young lovers, enter the Hebrew canon?
9. Why are Job's speeches NOT subversive?
10. Prior to Second Isaiah does God feel joy? Explain.
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