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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 claim is God's ultimate goal?
(a) To purify people.
(b) To destroy people.
(c) To chastise people.
(d) To build a people.
2. What people did Amos, Hosea, and Isaiah try to save?
(a) The people of the Southern Kingdom.
(b) The people of the Eastern Kingdom.
(c) The people of the Western Kingdom.
(d) The people of the Northern Kingdom.
3. Heschel says that Habakkuk knowing that destruction is coming feels that this is the opposite of what?
(a) The covenant.
(d) The promise.
4. Who died the year that Isaiah was called by God?
(a) His son.
(b) The king.
(c) The prophet Amos.
(d) His wife.
5. What changed with Second Isaiah?
(a) The weather.
(b) The situation.
(c) The people.
(d) The king.
Short Answer Questions
1. Heschel says that God is our father but also our judge, and when he judges us he is also what?
2. Hosea describes Israel as the unfaithful wife and God as Israel's what?
3. Jeremiah felt that his time was one of what?
4. How many changes in leadership were there during Jeremiah's time?
5. Jeremiah was a prophet when what happened to Jerusalem?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does understanding God depend on, according to Heschel?
2. How does Heschel explain the beliefs that the prophets were frauds?
3. What does Heschel have to say about prophecy and dreams?
4. What did Heschel say about the prophets' popularity?
5. How did Hosea and Amos differ?
6. What does Heschel say God's ultimate goal is?
7. Why, according to Heschel, do others reject prophets?
8. What was Spinoza's idea about the prophets and does Heschel agree?
9. Why did the people try to run Amos out of the city of Judah?
10. In Israel, what was the connection between the prophets and kings?
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