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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What changed with Second Isaiah?
(a) The people.
(b) The weather.
(c) The situation.
(d) The king.
2. In Hosea 9:14 instead of asking God to forgive his people he asked God to deliver them what?
3. Heschel says that Jeremiah is often called a prophet of what?
4. Who died the year that Isaiah was called by God?
(a) The king.
(b) His wife.
(c) The prophet Amos.
(d) His son.
5. According to Heschel, how did God show himself to prophets?
(a) In absolutes.
(b) In totality.
(c) In variables.
(d) In vague notions.
6. Why does Heschel call the prophet he discusses after Habakkuk the "Second Isaiah"?
(a) Because he is Isaiah's son.
(b) Because he follows Isaiah.
(c) None of the answers is correct..
(d) Because he is never named.
7. What was Micah's message?
(a) Hope and forgiveness.
(b) Sweetness and light.
(c) Love and generosity.
(d) Doom and destruction.
8. According to Heschel, the prophets had no ideas about God, but had what?
(a) A relationship.
(b) An experience of him.
(c) An obedience.
(d) An understanding.
9. Pathos is not self-centered but is what kind of thinking?
(b) Inward looking.
10. What does Heschel say that the prophets looked towards?
(a) The time when Israel turns back to God.
(b) The time when people become religious.
(c) The time when they can return to normal life.
(d) The time when God will end all evil.
11. What does Heschel use as examples of how pathos is associated to God in heaven?
(d) Greek gods.
12. Prophets were hypersensitive to what?
(a) Religious fanatics.
(b) Expensive habits.
(c) People calling them crazy.
(d) Things that offended God.
13. How long is the book of Habakkuk?
(a) Longer than Jeremiah.
(b) Longest book of "The Prophets".
(c) A few chapters.
(d) 10 chapters.
14. What did Amos speak out against that differed from Hosea?
(d) Accumulation of wealth.
15. How does Heschel describe freedom?
(a) As a gift from man to God.
(b) As a benefit for humans.
(c) As a gift from God to man.
(d) As a right of man.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Heschel, in what way did Hosea differ from Amos?
2. What does understanding God depend on?
3. What change occurs in Second Isaiah toward the people of Israel?
4. How did Second Isaiah refer to the people of Israel?
5. Micah's concern with the people was that they worshiped what?
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