- Leviticus describes the way of Holiness.
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- Eight of the Minor Prophets are focused on the southern kingdom of Judah.
- From Jacob’s son ______________ would come the messianic line of Christ.
- The book of Proverbs is a book containing words of wisdom.
- Of paramount significance in the Tabernacle was the
lamp stand that represented God’s guidance.
ark of the covenant that represented God’s presence.
table of bread that represented God’s provision.
the veil separating the holy place from the most holy place.
- The Day of ______________ was the holiest day on the Hebrew calendar.
- In the book of Amos God’s ultimate justice is an area of focus.
- The global extent of the flood is indicated by the fact that
all of the high mountains were covered.
all living things perished.
the flood lasted 371 days.
Both A and B.
All of the above.
- In Moses’ speeches in Deuteronomy he unfolds the essence of the covenant in the form of
the proto evangelium
- Altogether the Minor Prophets are a collection of messages to Israel and Judah that serve both as predictions of judgment and as promises of hope for the future.
- Conservative evangelical scholars believe Moses was the substantial author of the Pentateuch.
- The book of Malachi deals with the theme, “rebuild the Temple.”
- According to our textbook, the opening verses of Genesis clearly refute
Both A and B
a, b, and c only.
- God gave Israel the Ten Commandments
at Mount Carmel
at Mount Sinai
- Because of _________________ importance in leading Israel into practical sanctification and fellowship with God, three chapters in Leviticus are devoted to _____________.
the priests/the priesthood
- In Moses’ ___________ sermon in Deuteronomy, he seeks to invoke covenant renewal on the part of the second generation by reminding them of what God did for Israel.
- 1–2 Samuel thematically focuses on Kings and Priests.
- The scapegoat
bore the sins of the nation and was released into the wilderness.
was slaughtered for the sins of the Priests.
was killed and its blood was sprinkled on the mercy seat on the ark of the covenant.
entered the Holy place with Aaron as a demonstration of God’s compassion on sinful
- 1–2 Kings details the Kings of Israel and Judah.
- The thematic focus of Esther centers around the rescuing of the Israelite people.
- What was the significance of the final plague?
It formed the basis of the Mosaic Covenant.
Jesus shed His blood for our redemption at the time of Passover and is “the lamb of
God who takes away the sin of the world!”
The white wool of the slaughtered lamb symbolizes the sacrifices we must make in
order to become pure in the sight of God.
I highlighted the vengeful and merciless character of God towards all who dare to
stand in His way.
- The Historical Books extend from the book of Joshua to the book of Esther.
- Genesis concludes with Israel in Canaan.
- The book of Jonah centers around the consequences for individual disobedience.
- Despite God’s promise that Abraham would have a son from his “own body,” Sarah insisted they use Hagar their Egyptian slave as a surrogate mother. Together Abraham and Hagar had a child named _____________ became the ancestor of the Arab peoples.
- Moses selected _____________ men, one from each ancestral tribe, to scout out the land of Canaan in advance.
- The first five books of the Bible trace the actions of God in history from the creation of the world until the death of Joshua.
- Exodus highlights the exit from Egypt.
- In Deuteronomy, Moses predicts the _____________ that Israel’s future generations will exhibit.
- Deuteronomy provides instructions for the new generation of Israelites as they prepare to enter Canaan in fulfillment of God’s promises.
- In the proto-evangelium, God promised that
He would never destroy the earth by a flood again.
the “seed” of the woman who would “crush” the head of the serpent and lead to
Adam and Eve would be forced to leave the Garden of Eden.
Adam and Eve could find and present an acceptable sacrifice for their forgiveness.
- In the third major sermon in Deuteronomy Moses continues with his theme of covenant renewal by forecasting Israel’s _____________.
- The book of Psalms features songs of praise and lament.
- The book of Micah presents a divine lawsuit.
- Abraham and Sarah had a child named ______________ who was God’s chosen son of the promise.
- The messages of the Major Prophets remind us that God holds all nations accountable for their behavior and policies.
- According to our textbook, the original creation
had the appearance of age
reproduced “according to their kinds”
was a mythological narrative
A, B, and C only
All of the above.
- Jacob’s marriages to Leah and Rachael produced _____________ sons who would become the various tribes of Israel.
- The book of Ruth offers a ray of hope.
- The book of Exodus focuses on Moses’ life, which can be divided into __________ forty-year time periods.
- How did the Israelites become enslaved in Egypt?
They lost the battle of Egypt and were made slaves.
They could not pay their taxes and were forced to become slaves.
Pharaoh tricked them into making bricks for him and they soon became his slaves.
A Pharaoh came to power who did not know Joseph and what he had done for Egypt.
- In Deuteronomy, Moses persuasively argued that his audience must ‘hear’and ‘do,’ ‘keep,’ ‘observe’ God’s commands out of a heart of ___________.
- ____________ and _____________ were disgruntled over Moses’ marriage and ministerial supremacy and challenged his divinely given authority.
Joshua and Caleb
Aaron and Miriam
Kadesh and Barnea
Balaam and Balak
- The English Bible includes twelve books of the Major Prophets.
- The turning point in the book of Numbers is
the death of Aaron the High Priest at Mount Hor.
the negative report of the ten spies that led Israel to lapse into unbelief and rebel
against God’s command to take Canaan.
Moses’ intercession and God’s grace through the provision of the bronze serpent
which prevented the entire generation from being destroyed.
The two victories Israelite military victories over the Amorite king Sihon and Og,
the king of Bashan.
- After Jacob’s descendants migrated into Egypt, they began to experience numerical growth. This growth emphasizes
God’s command to “be fruitful and multiply.”
God’s promise in the Abrahamic covenant.
the relief from the famine that Jacob’s family experienced in Egypt.
the peaceful relationship that Jacob’s family had with the Egyptians.
- The events surrounding the death of Moses were probably written by ____________.
An unnamed priest
- Numbers details the wilderness journey of the Egyptians.
- The book of Habakkuk presents the destruction of Babylon.
- The Shema involves loving God with all one’s heart and the totality of one’s being and
teaching the covenant to one’s children.
meditating on the Law.
celebrating the feasts.
carrying out the sacrifices.
Both C and D.