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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 does Heschel say will change God's judgment about destruction?
(b) A change in history.
(c) A new prophet's heartfelt request.
(d) A change in man's heart and actions.
2. How does Heschel describe the time during Second Isaiah?
(a) Filled with tears and joy.
(b) Filled with death and destruction.
(c) Filled with doom and hope.
(d) Filled with repentance.
3. Heschel describes the words of prophecy as a polarity between what?
(a) Good and bad.
(b) Wrath and justice.
(c) Anger and love.
(d) Health and sickness.
4. How many children did Hosea have?
5. In Jeremiah, God states that he will have to destroy what he has built. What was he referring to?
(a) His people.
(b) The temple in Jerusalem.
(c) The covenant.
(d) The land.
Short Answer Questions
1. Hosea was aware that his relationship with his wife mirrored the relationship of whom?
2. How did Second Isaiah refer to the people of Israel?
3. What people did Amos, Hosea, and Isaiah try to save?
4. Why was Jeremiah imprisoned?
5. Pathos is not self-centered but is what kind of thinking?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did history cause a need for prophets?
2. Who is Second Isaiah?
3. How did Hosea think his marriage with his wife Gomer reflected the relationship of Israel and God?
4. What type of man was a prophet, according to Heschel?
5. What did Micah say in addition to warning the people about destruction due to their sins?
6. How does God answer Habakkuk when he asks him why and how long this will continue?
7. What does Heschel say the prophets look toward?
8. What is meant when Samuel says "to obey is better than sacrifice"?
9. Did the prophets feel differently about sin than others?
10. Did the prophets see things differently based upon their relationship with God?
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