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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Heschel call the prophet he discusses after Habakkuk the "Second Isaiah"?
(a) Because he follows Isaiah.
(b) Because he is Isaiah's son.
(c) Because he is never named.
(d) None of the answers is correct..
2. Heschel says that God is our father but also our judge, and when he judges us he is also what?
3. Hosea was aware that his relationship with his wife mirrored the relationship of whom?
(a) God's people and Hosea.
(b) God's people and their kings.
(c) God and Hosea.
(d) God and his people.
4. Before Amos was called by God what was his job?
(c) Carpet maker.
5. What did Isaiah say that God would do to those who try to honor themselves?
(a) Build them a nation.
(b) Bring them to humility and dishonor.
(c) Honor them as well.
(d) Honor their fathers and mothers.
6. Heschel says that Jeremiah is often called a prophet of what?
7. In the Old Testament, sacrifices were part of the people's what?
(a) Way of showing how much they owned.
(b) Way of honoring their dead families.
(c) Way of worship.
(d) Way of showing remorse.
8. In Jeremiah, God states that he will have to destroy what he has built. What was he referring to?
(a) His people.
(b) The land.
(c) The temple in Jerusalem.
(d) The covenant.
9. What happened to prophets when God called them to do his work?
(a) They were shown respect.
(b) They were shunned.
(c) They were glorified.
(d) They were honored.
10. Why was Jeremiah imprisoned?
(a) Because he spoke out against the king.
(b) Because he abandoned the Babylonians.
(c) Because of his prophesies.
(d) Because he abandoned the Assyrians.
11. Heschel says that Habakkuk knowing that destruction is coming feels that this is the opposite of what?
(a) The promise.
(c) The covenant.
12. What changed with Second Isaiah?
(a) The weather.
(b) The situation.
(c) The king.
(d) The people.
13. How does Heschel describe freedom?
(a) As a gift from man to God.
(b) As a gift from God to man.
(c) As a right of man.
(d) As a benefit for humans.
14. Heschel quotes Samuel to show that what was better than sacrifice?
(a) To pray.
(b) To obey.
(c) To go to the temple.
(d) To honor your father and mother.
15. What does Heschel say the prophets had to endure?
(b) Ill health.
(c) Lack of wealth.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Heschel describe the time during Second Isaiah?
2. Prophets were hypersensitive to what?
3. Micah's concern with the people was that they worshiped what?
4. Whom did the prophets blame for the injustices in the land?
5. What Bible does Heschel use as the source for scripture passages?
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