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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. In the Old Testament, sacrifices were part of the people's what?
(a) Way of showing how much they owned.
(b) Way of honoring their dead families.
(c) Way of showing remorse.
(d) Way of worship.
2. 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.
3. Which prophet does Heschel not provide the reader his past?
(a) Second Isaiah.
4. How does Heschel describe freedom?
(a) As a gift from man to God.
(b) As a gift from God to man.
(c) As a benefit for humans.
(d) As a right of man.
5. In Jeremiah, God states that he will have to destroy what he has built. What was he referring to?
(a) The land.
(b) The temple in Jerusalem.
(c) His people.
(d) The covenant.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does understanding God depend on?
2. Whom did Jeremiah say would overtake the cities of Judah?
3. Jeremiah was a prophet when what happened to Jerusalem?
4. According to Heschel, how did God show himself to prophets?
5. Prophets rebuked the inhabitants of cities for things that others would have called what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Jeremiah refer to the people of God as murderers?
2. What was the prophet Micah's concern with the people?
3. In what way were Jeremiah and Micah the same?
4. Did the prophets see things differently based upon their relationship with God?
5. Why did the people try to run Amos out of the city of Judah?
6. Why did history cause a need for prophets?
7. How did Hosea think his marriage with his wife Gomer reflected the relationship of Israel and God?
8. What type of message did Amos bring to the people?
9. Why was Jeremiah called the prophet of wrath?
10. What does Heschel say God's ultimate goal is?
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