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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. What is inherently unstable in God?
(a) His love for humankind.
(b) Fusion of personalities.
(c) God's wrath.
(d) His creation.
2. What is there a sense of in Psalms?
(a) A growing sense that Israel is bravely and patiently waiting for God to resume his leading role.
(c) Distrust and sadness among the Israelites.
(d) Israel is tired of their God and wanting a savior.
3. Where do Eloh and Yah send ferocious Sab?
(a) To the burning bush to speak with Moses.
(b) To the burning pits of hell.
(c) To kill the Israelites.
(d) To rescue the Israelites from the Egyptians.
4. What is NOT God's motive for creating humankind, making a covenant with Abraham, delivering Israel from Egypt, or driving the Canaanites from the land before them?
5. What does the Book of Ruth not gloss over?
(a) The evil of men.
(b) The unfairness of God.
(c) The difficulties of life.
(d) The difficulties of marriage.
Short Answer Questions
1. Whose laws are codified and entrusted to human custody?
2. What part of God's character is calm and benign?
3. What type of presence is God in Isaiah?
4. What does God vow to Israel?
5. What Book does he move to complete absence?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does God need the prophets?
2. What proof is there that Job silences God?
3. What has happened to the practice of circumcision by the time Psalms is written?
4. Why is cultic sacrifice a late development in the Judean culture?
5. How does the Book of Ruth portray men?
6. With whom does Haggai deal?
7. Why is the Book of Job a favorite in literary circles and with skeptics?
8. How does God begin when he creates the world and all that is on it?
9. What lesson did God's demand for Isaac's sacrifice teach? Give an example.
10. How are God and Israel brought back together in the Book of Daniel?
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