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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Heschel, how did God show himself to prophets?
(a) In totality.
(b) In variables.
(c) In vague notions.
(d) In absolutes.
2. God answers Habakkuk that God's hand is constantly working even though what?
(a) It is destroying the people.
(b) It isn't what Habakkuk wants.
(c) It can't be seen.
(d) It is destroying the covenant.
3. What does Heschel see as the point when freedom is lost?
(a) When a person misuses it.
(b) When God takes it away.
(c) When God hardens a person's heart.
(d) When a person dies.
4. What was another name for Hosea?
5. How does Heschel describe the time that Jeremiah lived?
(a) One of anger and wrath.
(b) One of war.
(c) One of injustice.
(d) One of peace.
6. Heschel says God hates sin but is also what?
(a) Intolerant of injustice.
7. Jeremiah felt that his time was one of what?
8. How did Second Isaiah refer to the people of Israel?
(a) People who were turning away from God.
(b) People who did not understand their God.
(c) People who were not worshipping their God.
(d) People who were searching and working towards righteousness.
9. Who was Hezekiah?
(a) A shepherd.
(b) A prophet.
(c) A brother of Isaiah.
(d) A king.
10. Heschel says that Habakkuk knowing that destruction is coming feels that this is the opposite of what?
(a) The promise.
(c) The covenant.
11. Why was Jeremiah imprisoned?
(a) Because of his prophesies.
(b) Because he abandoned the Babylonians.
(c) Because he abandoned the Assyrians.
(d) Because he spoke out against the king.
12. What does Heschel use as examples of how pathos is associated to God in heaven?
(d) Greek gods.
13. How did Amos describe God's voice calling to him?
(a) As a small nagging thought.
(b) As a whisper in the night.
(c) As a gentle breeze.
(d) As a lion's roar.
14. What change occurs in Second Isaiah toward the people of Israel?
(a) The tone.
(b) The attitude.
(c) The expectancy of behavior.
(d) The mood.
15. What does Heschel avoid telling the reader about the prophets' message?
(a) Whether the prophet's message was legitimate.
(b) The specific outcome of the message.
(c) Whether he agrees or disagrees.
(d) The historical context of the message.
Short Answer Questions
1. Prophets rebuked the inhabitants of cities for things that others would have called what?
2. Amos began with a message of what?
3. What happened to prophets when God called them to do his work?
4. "The Prophets" was written for which religious groups?
5. What people did Amos, Hosea, and Isaiah try to save?
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