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Biblical Studies (suite): Week 4,5 And 6 Review

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1.  Name two of Exodus’ Ten Commandments (say them, didn't have time to put all the optional answers so answer is "No other gods"
2.  Faley maintains that the Israelites were indigenous to the land, not its conquerers
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3.  The Northern Kingdom had more dynastic stability than the Southern Kingdom
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4.  According to Faley, Saul made Jerusalem the religious and political center of the country.
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5.  Amos and Hosea were contemporaries.
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6.  According to the HCSB, which of the following is NOT one of the  three main types of material making up the book of Joshua?
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7.  According to the Biblical narrative, how did the Israelites conquer the city of Jericho?
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8.  Which prophet gave his children symbolic names?  
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9.   Israel lasted longer as a kingdom than Judah
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10.  The Israelites crossed the Jordan under Moses’ leadership.
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11.  Deuteronomy maintains that the king of Israel must regularly read the law
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12.  The Deuteronomistic history was named thus because this collection of  books was composed and edited by the school responsible for the book of  Deuteronomy
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13.  When was the Jerusalem temple destroyed by the Babylonians?
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14.  The stories of Moses and Sargon of Akkad both claim they became great  military leaders
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15.  The basic idea of holy war is common to the inscription of Mesha and  the Biblical account of the conquest of Jericho
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16.  . The stories of Moses and Sargon of Akkad both claim they were saved in a  basket.
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17.  What almost brought about a civil war against the trans-Jordanian  tribes at the end of the book of Joshua?
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18.  According to Faley, the Decalogue is an example of ancient case law
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19.  Egyptian-Hittite treaties typically mandated the extradition of refugees
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20.  Faley notes that the story of the burning bush in Exodus 3 may call upon YHWH as a previously known  and used name
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21.  According to Faley, the centralization of YHWH worship in Jerusalem started with King  Hezekiah.
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22.  What is the relationship of Aaron to Moses?
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23.  . Which type of figure of speech does Amos use to establish the principle that every effect has its cause to the Israelites?
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24.  King Mesha of Moab recorded his inscription in this century
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25.  . According to Faley, the Jerusalem temple was smaller than comparable temples in other lands
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26.  The covenant renewal ceremony in Joshua 24 recalls some of the features of ancient political  treaties
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27.  Which figure does Faley call the “prophet of social justice”? 
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28.  According to Faley, the centralization of YHWH worship in Jerusalem did not take place until King Josiah
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29.  The stories of Moses and Sargon of Akkad both claim they were discovered by  a princess.
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30.  Which of the following is NOT one of the requirements of the Passover festival? 
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31.  Who was the first king of Israel (the Northern Kingdom) when the  kingdom split? 
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32.  Which prophets gave their children symbolic names (select all that apply)?
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33.  Which book is NOT part of the Deuteronomic (or Deuteronomistic) History
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34.  According to Faley, the golden calf incident probably referred to King Jeroboam’s construction of a  sanctuary at Bethel.
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35.  According to the HCSB, the Deuteronomic history draws on many earlier sources
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36.  Faley believes that the Israelites probably did not carry out the complete  destruction of any city’s population.
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37.  The book of Judges alternates between stories of good and bad judges
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38.  According to Faley, the Southern Kingdom had only one dynasty
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39.  Faley cites David’s expulsion of the Jebusites from Jerusalem as  evidence against Joshua’s quick and complete conquest of the land
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40.  In Joshua 24, where does the covenant renewal ceremony take place?
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41.  What is the name of the woman who proves to be the downfall of Samson?
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42.  In what year was the Northern Kingdom destroyed by the Assyrians?
43.  According to Faley, in the original context of Isaiah’s prophecy, Immanuel may well refer to  Josiah
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44.   Sargon II boasts that he took 50 chariots from the army of Israe
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45.  What is the relationship of Saul to Jonathan?
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46.  What is the name of Solomon’s mother?
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47.  Mesha notes that he spared the women of the city of Nebo
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48.  Whom does Ibn-Ezra believe that “Immaunuel” refers to?
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49.  What is the name of the woman who drove a tent peg through Sisera’s head?
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50.  Who was the first chosen and the first rejected?
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51.  Deuteronomy says that Moses never actually died
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52.  The Bible confirms the Assyrian policy of forced migration and assimilation
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53.  According to the HCSB, Judges was edited after the destruction of the land to explain its  downfall
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54.  Bethel and Dan were central sanctuaries in the Northern Kingdom
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55.  “Sing to the Lord” is a phrase typical of which kind of Psalm?
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56.  Faley cites the earlier destruction of Jericho as evidence against  Joshua’s quick and complete conquest of the land
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57.  According to the HCSB, the materials in 1-2 Samuel that are completely negative about the  monarchy are post-exilic redactions
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58.  The inscription of King Mesha attributes Moabite losses to the wrath of Kemosh
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59.  Which prophet is famous for his saying, "Do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with your God"?
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60.  Who was king of the North during the prophetic ministry of Hosea?
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61.  The story of Moses parallels that of Sargon of Akkad in the following ways (select all that  apply):
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62.  . According to the HCSB, 1-2 Samuel is among the best preserved Hebrew texts in the Bible.
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63.  Who succeeded Solomon as the king of Judah?
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64.  According to Faley, the main job of the judges described in the book of  Judges was to act as judicial magistrates
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65.  The Psalms convey a clear sense of the afterlife
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66.  Moses was Hebrew, but he was raised in the Egyptian court by the Pharaoh's daughter
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67.  The Deuteronomic history blames the fall of the Northern kingdom on idolatry
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68.  How is Jesse related to David?
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69.  According to Exodus, what was the name of Moses' father-in-law?
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70.  What was the crime of Achan?
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71.  The phrase "happy are they" is typical of Wisdom Psalms
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72.  . Which prophet was taken up to heaven in a divine chariot?
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73.  According to Faley, the Psalms are divided into how many books?
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74.  Faley describes the failed reign of Abimelech as a foreshadowing of the failure of the future  kings of Israel and Judah
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75.  Who was Israel’s first king?
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76.  The Hebrew text points to Miriam leading only women in worship.
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77.  According to Faley, which of the following law codes tends to emphasize love of YHWH as the  core goal and purpose of the law?
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78.  Faley maintains that the superior military might of the Philistines prompted the creation of an  Israelite monarchy
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79.  According to Faley, what is the main theological framework of the  book of Joshua? 
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80.  Amos was from the Northern Kingdom
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81.  What are the names of the rebellious midwives?
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82.   Scholars maintain that David composed most of the book of Psalms
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83.  Deuteronomy prohibits the Israelites from marrying foreign wives.
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84.  Which books are part of the Deuteronomic (or Deuteronomistic) History (choose all that  apply)?
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85.  Which one do you like?
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86.  Ramses II agreed to an extensive peace treaty with the Hittites.
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87.  Sargon II supported the reconstruction of temples in Israel.
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88.  The Inscription of King Mesha was written about 200 years prior to the similar accounts found  in Joshua and Judges.
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89.  . In the first three chapters of Amos, the last nation to be judged by YHWH is
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90.  The Deuteronomistic History lists among Solomon’s failures his  institution of forced labor
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91.  Scholars tend to divide up the book of Isaiah into how many major sections
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92.  In 1-2 Samuel, Samuel plays the role of both a prophet and priest
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93.  According to Faley, the Pharaoh usually associated with the time of the Exodus is Seti I. 
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94.  According to Faley, David extended the geographical boundaries of  Israel farther than any other king
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95.  Sargon II employed a policy of forced migration
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96.  What reason does Deuteronomy give for the keeping of Sabbath?
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97.  Sargon II employed a policy of forced migration
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98.  In the New Testament, Jesus is described as the “son of David
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99.  According to the HCSB, archeological evidence strongly supports Joshua’s vision of a  decisive, violent conquest of the land
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100.  What is the name of Ruth’s mother-in-law?
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101.  Ibn-Ezra allows that Isaiah may be speaking of a virgin birth
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102.  In what century did the prophet Isaiah of Jerusalem live?
103.  In the Deuteronomic history, ecstatic prophets are characterized by stripping off their clothes  in the presence of God.
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104.  According to the HCSB, which of the following was NOT one of the obligations found in the  Pentateuch that were based on the Exodus? 
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105.  The stories of Moses and Sargon of Akkad both claim birth from a priestly  lineage
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106.  In what time period did Jeremiah carry out his prophetic ministry?
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107.  According to the HCSB, the story of the rebellious midwives recalls such fairy tales as Snow  White.
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108.  What is the Hebrew term meaning “devoted to destruction,” referring to the total destruction  of a city and its population in devotion to a god?
109.  According to the HCSB, the lions mentioned in 2 Kings 17 are a metaphor for Assyrian  invasion
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110.  Mesha claims that he defeated king Solomon in battle
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111.  According to Faley, which of the following law codes tends to deal with festivals and regulations for  eating, agriculture, and sexuality? 
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112.  Who was the only one allowed in the Holy of Holies?
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113.  Bethel and Dan were central sanctuaries in the Northern Kingdom
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114.  Which prophet does Faley associate with the idea of a coming age of personal responsibility? 
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115.  Faley cites the later destruction of Hazor and Lachish as evidence  against Joshua’s quick and complete conquest of the land
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116.  According to Faley, the plagues that Moses brought upon the Egyptians were impossible and  never happened.
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117.  According to the HCSB, the idea of children “passing through fire” in 2 Kings 17 is a  metaphor for Assyrian invasion
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118.  In 2 Samuel, David is chosen by God to build the Jerusalem temple
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119.  Which of the following is NOT one of the reasons given for the  rejection of Saul as king? 
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120.  In Exodus, which of the following is NOT named as a crime deserving of capital punishment?
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121.  The book of Ruth shows that David had Moabite ancestry
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