Mid-Book Test - Easy
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This quiz consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happened to prophets when God called them to do his work?
(a) They were shunned.
(b) They were honored.
(c) They were glorified.
(d) They were shown respect.
2. Why does Heschel call the prophet he discusses after Habakkuk the "Second Isaiah"?
(a) None of the answers is correct..
(b) Because he follows Isaiah.
(c) Because he is Isaiah's son.
(d) Because he is never named.
3. According to Heschel, how did God show himself to prophets?
(a) In totality.
(b) In absolutes.
(c) In vague notions.
(d) In variables.
4. Whom did the prophets blame for the injustices in the land?
(b) Kings and leaders.
5. Hosea was aware that his relationship with his wife mirrored the relationship of whom?
(a) God and his people.
(b) God's people and their kings.
(c) God and Hosea.
(d) God's people and Hosea.
6. Amos began with a message of what?
7. What term does Jeremiah use for the people of God because they refuse to turn themselves toward God?
(a) Lovers of evil.
8. For what does Heschel say God wants his people to obey?
(a) Out of obedience.
(b) Out of love.
(c) Out of fear.
(d) Because they want to.
9. Isaiah was aware that disaster was coming and from that disaster would come what?
10. How did Second Isaiah refer to the people of Israel?
(a) People who were searching and working towards righteousness.
(b) People who were turning away from God.
(c) People who were not worshipping their God.
(d) People who did not understand their God.
11. In Hosea 9:14 instead of asking God to forgive his people he asked God to deliver them what?
12. According to Heschel, the prophets had no ideas about God, but had what?
(a) A relationship.
(b) An understanding.
(c) An experience of him.
(d) An obedience.
13. Heschel describes the words of prophecy as a polarity between what?
(a) Good and bad.
(b) Health and sickness.
(c) Wrath and justice.
(d) Anger and love.
14. Why does Heschel quote Micah 7:1-7?
(a) To prove Micah is a prophet.
(b) To illustrate God's passions.
(c) To show Micah's intense nature.
(d) To show what the people were like.
15. Pathos is not self-centered but is what kind of thinking?
(d) Inward looking.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was Mesha?
2. What was Micah's message?
3. Micah lived about the same time as what other prophet?
4. According to Heschel, what is one of the things that caused a need for prophets?
5. What does Heschel say plays a part in the message that the prophets bring to the people?
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