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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 changed with Second Isaiah?
(a) The people.
(b) The weather.
(c) The king.
(d) The situation.
2. Why does Heschel quote Micah 7:1-7?
(a) To prove Micah is a prophet.
(b) To show Micah's intense nature.
(c) To show what the people were like.
(d) To illustrate God's passions.
3. What does Heschel claim is God's ultimate goal?
(a) To build a people.
(b) To destroy people.
(c) To chastise people.
(d) To purify people.
4. What did Isaiah say that God would do to those who try to honor themselves?
(a) Bring them to humility and dishonor.
(b) Honor their fathers and mothers.
(c) Build them a nation.
(d) Honor them as well.
5. Prophets were hypersensitive to what?
(a) People calling them crazy.
(b) Religious fanatics.
(c) Expensive habits.
(d) Things that offended God.
Short Answer Questions
1. What Bible does Heschel use as the source for scripture passages?
2. What people did Amos, Hosea, and Isaiah try to save?
3. Hosea describes Israel as the unfaithful wife and God as Israel's what?
4. Pathos is not self-centered but is what kind of thinking?
5. How did Second Isaiah refer to the people of Israel?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why can't God be explained, according to Heschel?
2. Why did history cause a need for prophets?
3. How does Heschel describe the words of prophecy?
4. Why was Jeremiah called the prophet of wrath?
5. Why, according to Heschel, do others reject prophets?
6. What did Micah say in addition to warning the people about destruction due to their sins?
7. How did Hosea and Amos differ?
8. What did Heschel say about the prophets' popularity?
9. What type of message did Amos bring to the people?
10. How did Hosea think his marriage with his wife Gomer reflected the relationship of Israel and God?
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