Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, And Ruth Test

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  • 1. 

    The Book of Leviticus gets its name from 

    • A.

      Members of the tribe of Nub

    • B.

      Members of the tribe of Levi

    • C.

      The census that is mentioned in the first part of the book

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Members of the tribe of Levi
    Explanation
    The Book of Leviticus gets its name from members of the tribe of Levi. This is because the book primarily focuses on the religious duties and responsibilities of the Levites, who were descendants of Levi and were chosen to serve as priests in the tabernacle and later in the temple. The book contains detailed instructions for various rituals, sacrifices, and laws related to worship and holiness, which were specifically given to the Levites to carry out. Therefore, it is named after the tribe of Levi.

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  • 2. 

    Leviticus covers

    • A.

      How can Israel survive as a people believing in one God while living in a foreign culture?

    • B.

      How can the Philistines conquer the Israelites by getting the blessing of God?

    • C.

      Moses' speeches

    • D.

      None of the Above

    Correct Answer
    A. How can Israel survive as a people believing in one God while living in a foreign culture?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "How can Israel survive as a people believing in one God while living in a foreign culture?" because Leviticus is a book in the Bible that contains laws and instructions for the Israelites, including guidelines on how to maintain their faith and identity while living among other cultures. It addresses the challenges they face in remaining faithful to their beliefs and provides guidance on how to navigate those situations. The other options listed are not relevant to the content of Leviticus.

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  • 3. 

    An early tradition called Leviticus

    • A.

      Wilderness Adventure

    • B.

      The Priestly Manual

    • C.

      Ramadan

    • D.

      Yom Kippur

    Correct Answer
    B. The Priestly Manual
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The Priestly Manual." The other options mentioned in the question are unrelated or incorrect. Leviticus is a book in the Bible, Wilderness Adventure is not a tradition, Ramadan is a Muslim holy month, and Yom Kippur is a Jewish day of atonement. The Priestly Manual, on the other hand, is a term used to refer to a specific section of the book of Leviticus that contains instructions and regulations for priests in ancient Israel.

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  • 4. 

    The following is not included in Leviticus

    • A.

      Laws dealing with sacrifice

    • B.

      Laws defining clean from unclean

    • C.

      Day of Atonement ceremony

    • D.

      Moses' farewell speech

    Correct Answer
    D. Moses' farewell speech
    Explanation
    Leviticus is a book in the Bible that primarily focuses on laws and regulations related to sacrifices, cleanliness, and the Day of Atonement ceremony. It provides detailed instructions on how to conduct sacrifices, distinguish between clean and unclean things, and observe the Day of Atonement. However, Moses' farewell speech is not included in Leviticus. This speech is found in the book of Deuteronomy, where Moses addresses the Israelites before they enter the Promised Land.

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  • 5. 

    The Book of Numbers gets its name from

    • A.

      Members of the tribe of Num

    • B.

      Members of the tribe of Levi

    • C.

      The census that is mentioned in the first part of the book

    • D.

      None of the Above

    Correct Answer
    C. The census that is mentioned in the first part of the book
    Explanation
    The Book of Numbers gets its name from the census that is mentioned in the first part of the book. In the beginning of the book, God commands Moses to take a census of the Israelites in order to determine the number of men fit for military service. This census plays a significant role in the narrative of the book as it sets the stage for the subsequent events and the organization of the Israelite camp. Therefore, the name "Numbers" is derived from this important census mentioned in the book.

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  • 6. 

    In Numbers we discover

    • A.

      Except for Moses and the two faithful spies, none of the first Exodus generation are living

    • B.

      All of the original Israelites will make it into Canaan

    • C.

      The journey of promise to fulfillment is round about through the wilderness

    • D.

      All of the above

    • E.

      A and C

    Correct Answer
    E. A and C
    Explanation
    The correct answer is A and C. This means that both options A and C are true. Option A states that except for Moses and the two faithful spies, none of the first Exodus generation are living. Option C states that the journey of promise to fulfillment is roundabout through the wilderness. Both of these statements are supported by the information given in the question.

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  • 7. 

    When Miriam and Aaron claim equal authority to Moses

    • A.

      God rebukes them saying only Moses can see God's face

    • B.

      Miriam gets a skin disease

    • C.

      The sins of Miriam hinders the whole community

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "all of the above." This is because the passage states that Miriam and Aaron claim equal authority to Moses, God rebukes them by saying only Moses can see God's face, Miriam gets a skin disease, and her sins hinder the whole community. Therefore, all of these events are mentioned in the passage as consequences of Miriam's actions.

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  • 8. 

    The Israelites were afraid to enter Canaan because scout had reported that

    • A.

      Fiery serpents inhabited the land

    • B.

      The people there were giants

    • C.

      Famine was starving the people

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. The people there were giants
    Explanation
    The Israelites were afraid to enter Canaan because the scouts had reported that the people there were giants. This information would have instilled fear in the Israelites as they would have perceived the giants as formidable and powerful opponents. The presence of giants would have made the conquest of Canaan seem even more challenging and risky, leading to their hesitation and fear.

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  • 9. 

    God named this person as Moses' successor

    • A.

      Coron

    • B.

      Nagel

    • C.

      Dathan

    • D.

      Joshua

    Correct Answer
    D. Joshua
    Explanation
    Joshua was named as Moses' successor by God. He was chosen to lead the Israelites after Moses' death and to lead them into the Promised Land. Joshua was a faithful and courageous leader who followed God's instructions and led the Israelites to victory in battles against their enemies. He played a crucial role in the conquest of Canaan and the establishment of the Israelite nation in the land. Joshua's appointment as Moses' successor was significant in the biblical narrative and marked a new chapter in the history of the Israelites.

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  • 10. 

    The book of Deuteronomy is an admonishment to

    • A.

      Follow ritual correctly

    • B.

      Make someone king of Israel

    • C.

      Kill all the enemies of Israel

    • D.

      Love the law and keep it

    Correct Answer
    D. Love the law and keep it
    Explanation
    The book of Deuteronomy serves as an admonishment to love the law and keep it. It emphasizes the importance of following and obeying God's commandments and laws. The book encourages the Israelites to have a deep reverence for the law and to faithfully adhere to it in every aspect of their lives. By doing so, they would demonstrate their love and devotion to God and ensure their prosperity and blessings as a nation.

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  • 11. 

    The first sermon in the book of Deuteronomy talks about

    • A.

      The journey from Sinai to Moab

    • B.

      Unlikely people who will save Israel

    • C.

      Teaches that the Covenant extends to more than just the adult males, but also to women, children, and slaves

    • D.

      Repeats the commandments

    Correct Answer
    A. The journey from Sinai to Moab
    Explanation
    The first sermon in the book of Deuteronomy talks about the journey from Sinai to Moab. This can be inferred from the information given in the question, where the other options do not mention anything related to the journey. The sermon may discuss the events, experiences, and challenges faced by the Israelites during their journey from Sinai to Moab.

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  • 12. 

    The second sermon in the book of Deuteronomy talks about

    • A.

      The journey from Sinai to Moab

    • B.

      Unlikely people who will save Israel

    • C.

      Teaches that the Covenant extends to more than just the adult males, but also to women, children, and slaves

    • D.

      Repeats the commandments

    Correct Answer
    D. Repeats the commandments
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "repeats the commandments." This is because the second sermon in the book of Deuteronomy focuses on reminding the Israelites of the commandments given to them by God. The sermon emphasizes the importance of following these commandments and serves as a reminder of the covenant between God and the Israelites.

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  • 13. 

    The third sermon in the book of Deuteronomy talks about

    • A.

      The journey from Sinai to Moab

    • B.

      Unlikely people who will save Israel

    • C.

      Teaches that the Covenant extends to more than just the adult males, but also to women, children, and slaves

    • D.

      Repeats the commandments

    Correct Answer
    C. Teaches that the Covenant extends to more than just the adult males, but also to women, children, and slaves
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "teaches that the Covenant extends to more than just the adult males, but also to women, children, and slaves." This is because the third sermon in the book of Deuteronomy emphasizes the inclusivity of the Covenant, stating that it applies to not only adult males but also women, children, and slaves. This highlights the importance of recognizing the rights and responsibilities of all members of the community, regardless of their gender or social status.

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  • 14. 

    The profession of faith to "love the Lord, our God, with all our hearts, all our souls, and all our minds is, is known as

    • A.

      The Torah

    • B.

      The Shema

    • C.

      The Hesed

    • D.

      The Ban

    Correct Answer
    B. The Shema
    Explanation
    The profession of faith to "love the Lord, our God, with all our hearts, all our souls, and all our minds" is known as the Shema. The Shema is a central prayer in Judaism and is recited daily by Jewish individuals. It is derived from the Torah, specifically Deuteronomy 6:4-9, which commands the Israelites to love God with their entire being. The Shema serves as a declaration of faith and a reminder of the Jewish people's commitment to God.

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  • 15. 

    The book of Joshua

    • A.

      Israel's wandering in the desert on the way to Canaan

    • B.

      How can Israel survive as a people believing in one God while living in a foreign culture?

    • C.

      Israel centuries away from the land of Canaan returns to it

    • D.

      How can the Philistines conquer the Israelites by getting the blessing of God?

    Correct Answer
    C. Israel centuries away from the land of Canaan returns to it
  • 16. 

    After Joshua dies, what happens to the Israelites?

    • A.

      Israel falls into self-indulgence

    • B.

      Israel destroys the Philistines

    • C.

      Samson becomes the king of the Israelites

    • D.

      None of the Above

    Correct Answer
    A. Israel falls into self-indulgence
    Explanation
    After Joshua dies, the Israelites are left without a strong leader and they begin to fall into self-indulgence. Without Joshua's guidance and leadership, the Israelites lose their focus and discipline, leading them to engage in sinful and selfish behavior. This period of self-indulgence ultimately leads to a decline in their spiritual and moral state, as they turn away from their faith and the laws of God.

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  • 17. 

    Before the siege of Jericho, the priests carried this around the city's walls

    • A.

      A sedan chair with Joshua in it

    • B.

      The ark of the covenant

    • C.

      A golden calf

    • D.

      Weapons

    Correct Answer
    B. The ark of the covenant
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the ark of the covenant. The ark of the covenant was a sacred chest that contained the stone tablets with the Ten Commandments. In the Bible, it is mentioned that the priests carried the ark of the covenant around the city walls of Jericho before its siege. This was a significant religious ritual that symbolized the presence and power of God among the Israelites. The ark of the covenant held great religious and historical importance for the Israelites, making it a fitting choice for this question.

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  • 18. 

    Rahab made her living as a

    • A.

      Nurse

    • B.

      Farmer

    • C.

      Spy

    • D.

      Prostitute

    Correct Answer
    D. Prostitute
    Explanation
    Rahab's occupation as a prostitute is mentioned in the Bible in the book of Joshua. She is described as a woman who lived in the city of Jericho and helped the Israelite spies who came to scout the city. Rahab's profession as a prostitute is significant because it played a crucial role in her interaction with the spies and her eventual assistance to them.

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  • 19. 

    We know that Rahab was chosen to help the spies because she was

    • A.

      A traitor to Yahweh

    • B.

      A prophet

    • C.

      Doing the will of God

    • D.

      Punished for her sins

    Correct Answer
    C. Doing the will of God
    Explanation
    Rahab was chosen to help the spies because she was doing the will of God. This can be inferred from the biblical account in Joshua 2, where Rahab hides the Israelite spies and helps them escape from the city of Jericho. Despite being a Canaanite and not following the God of Israel, Rahab recognized the power and authority of Yahweh and chose to align herself with His will by protecting the spies. Her actions demonstrate her faith and obedience to God, which ultimately led to her salvation and inclusion in the lineage of Jesus Christ.

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  • 20. 

    The total destruction of an enemy city -- with all its inhabitants, their possessions, and their animals -- was called

    • A.

      A reaction strike

    • B.

      The holocaust

    • C.

      The ban

    • D.

      The cataclysm

    Correct Answer
    C. The ban
    Explanation
    The term "the ban" refers to the total destruction of an enemy city, including its inhabitants, possessions, and animals. This act was considered a severe punishment or penalty imposed on the city. It suggests that the city was completely wiped out and left in ruins, signifying the extreme nature of the ban.

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  • 21. 

    A more fitting name for the book of Judges would be

    • A.

      Book of Generals

    • B.

      Book of Justice

    • C.

      Book of War

    • D.

      Book of Deliverers

    Correct Answer
    D. Book of Deliverers
    Explanation
    The book of Judges is commonly referred to as the "Book of Deliverers" because it primarily focuses on the various judges who were raised up by God to deliver the Israelites from their oppressors. These judges were not only military leaders but also spiritual leaders who played a crucial role in delivering the Israelites from their enemies and restoring peace and justice in the land. Therefore, "Book of Deliverers" is a more fitting name for this book as it highlights the central theme of deliverance and the key figures involved in this process.

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  • 22. 

    In the Bible, a person who is consecrated to God from birth and who is never to touch strong drink or cut his hair or beard is called a

    • A.

      Guardian of God

    • B.

      Priest

    • C.

      Nazarite

    • D.

      Yahoo

    Correct Answer
    C. Nazarite
    Explanation
    In the Bible, a person who is consecrated to God from birth and is never to touch strong drink or cut his hair or beard is called a Nazarite. This term refers to an individual who has taken a vow of dedication and separation to God. They are expected to abstain from certain practices, such as consuming alcohol and cutting their hair or beard, as a sign of their devotion to God. The concept of being a Nazarite is mentioned in the Old Testament, particularly in the book of Numbers, where specific regulations and requirements for Nazarites are outlined.

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  • 23. 

    While she was pregnant, Samson's mother was told not to

    • A.

      Work

    • B.

      Smoke

    • C.

      Drink liquor

    • D.

      Make sacrifices at the Temple

    Correct Answer
    C. Drink liquor
    Explanation
    During pregnancy, it is advised for women to avoid consuming alcohol as it can harm the developing fetus. Alcohol can pass through the placenta and affect the baby's growth and development, leading to various health issues such as fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Therefore, it was important for Samson's mother to refrain from drinking liquor to ensure the well-being of her unborn child.

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  • 24. 

    Which of the following did Samson not do?

    • A.

      Kill a lion with his bare hands

    • B.

      Kill philistines with his jawbone of a donkey

    • C.

      Control his passion for women

    • D.

      Tear down the Philistine's temple

    Correct Answer
    C. Control his passion for women
    Explanation
    Samson was known for his incredible strength and feats of bravery. The options provided are all actions that Samson is known to have done, except for controlling his passion for women. Throughout the biblical narrative of Samson, he repeatedly fell into temptation and was unable to resist his desires for women, which ultimately led to his downfall. This lack of self-control in his relationships with women is a prominent aspect of Samson's story.

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  • 25. 

    Samson killing a lion with his bare hands and later finding honey and bees in the carcass shows us what two points?

    • A.

      Samson is strong

    • B.

      Samson has an uncontrollable passion for women

    • C.

      Goodness can be found in the most unlikely of places

    • D.

      A and C

    Correct Answer
    D. A and C
    Explanation
    The correct answer is A and C. This is because the fact that Samson was able to kill a lion with his bare hands demonstrates his strength. Additionally, the discovery of honey and bees in the carcass shows that goodness can be found in unexpected or unlikely places.

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  • 26. 

    The writers of the book of Judges picked Samson to be a judge to show

    • A.

      He was strong

    • B.

      God uses many different kinds of people to carry out his work

    • C.

      Samson had an uncontrollable passion for women

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. God uses many different kinds of people to carry out his work
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "God uses many different kinds of people to carry out his work." The book of Judges portrays Samson as a flawed and imperfect character, yet God still chooses him to be a judge. This highlights the idea that God can use anyone, regardless of their strengths or weaknesses, to accomplish his purposes. Samson's strength and his uncontrollable passion for women are also depicted in the book, but the main emphasis is on God's ability to work through diverse individuals.

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  • 27. 

    Which reason is not why the book of Ruth written

    • A.

      To teach how God could create a blessed ending out of a difficult situation

    • B.

      To tell how it came about that Israel's king had a gentile great-grandmother

    • C.

      To tell how it came about that Israel's king had a Jewish great-grandmother

    Correct Answer
    C. To tell how it came about that Israel's king had a Jewish great-grandmother
    Explanation
    The book of Ruth is not written to tell how it came about that Israel's king had a Jewish great-grandmother.

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  • 28. 

    Ruth is the mother of

    • A.

      Obed

    • B.

      Samuel

    • C.

      David

    • D.

      Jesse

    Correct Answer
    A. Obed
    Explanation
    Ruth is the mother of Obed because Obed is the only name listed under "Ruth is the mother of." The other names listed are unrelated and do not have any connection to Ruth being their mother. Therefore, based on the given information, Obed is the correct answer.

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  • 29. 

    Ruth is the grandmother of

    • A.

      Obed

    • B.

      Samuel

    • C.

      David

    • D.

      Jesse

    Correct Answer
    D. Jesse
    Explanation
    Based on the given information, Ruth is the grandmother of Jesse.

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  • 30. 

    Ruth was the great-grandmother of

    • A.

      Obed

    • B.

      Samuel

    • C.

      David

    • D.

      Jesse

    Correct Answer
    C. David
    Explanation
    Ruth was the great-grandmother of David. This means that David is the fourth generation descendant of Ruth.

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  • 31. 

    Ruth is from Moab which is important because

    • A.

      She is Jewish

    • B.

      She is a Gentile

    • C.

      She is a Christian

    • D.

      She is related to Naomi

    Correct Answer
    B. She is a Gentile
    Explanation
    Ruth being from Moab is important because she is a Gentile. This is significant because it highlights the fact that she is not Jewish, which plays a crucial role in the narrative of the story. It sets up the contrast between Ruth, a foreigner, and the Jewish community she becomes a part of. This distinction adds depth to the story and emphasizes the themes of inclusion, acceptance, and the breaking down of cultural barriers.

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  • 32. 

    From whose land did Ruth harvest barley?

    • A.

      Boaz

    • B.

      Benjamin

    • C.

      Midrash

    • D.

      Joshua

    Correct Answer
    A. Boaz
    Explanation
    Ruth harvested barley from Boaz's land.

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  • 33. 

    How did Ruth propose marriage to Boaz

    • A.

      In the fields one night, after harvesting the barley

    • B.

      Asking Boaz to cover her with a cloak

    • C.

      Naomi asks Boaz for Ruth

    Correct Answer
    B. Asking Boaz to cover her with a cloak
    Explanation
    Ruth proposed marriage to Boaz by asking him to cover her with a cloak. This action symbolized Ruth's request for Boaz to take her under his protection and provide for her as her husband. By asking Boaz to cover her with a cloak, Ruth was expressing her desire to enter into a marital relationship with him.

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  • 34. 

    Violence and war are seen in the Hebrew Scriptures because

    • A.

      God is seen as a protector

    • B.

      Israel is weaker and smaller than the other nations and God shows them God's desire for them to develop

    • C.

      None of the above

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Israel is weaker and smaller than the other nations and God shows them God's desire for them to develop
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above". Violence and war are seen in the Hebrew Scriptures because God is seen as a protector of Israel, and Israel is weaker and smaller than the other nations. Through these violent events, God shows his desire for Israel to develop and grow.

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  • 35. 

    Hebrew Scriptures idealizes the Israelites time in the Wilderness

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because the Hebrew Scriptures do not idealize the Israelites' time in the Wilderness. In fact, the Wilderness period is often depicted as a time of struggle, disobedience, and testing for the Israelites. The Hebrew Scriptures highlight their complaints, lack of faith, and rebellion during this time, rather than idealizing it.

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  • 36. 

    Although the Israelites spent forty years in the wilderness, much of that time was spent near an oasis known as Kadesh

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement is true because it states that the Israelites spent forty years in the wilderness, and it also mentions that much of that time was spent near an oasis known as Kadesh. This implies that the Israelites did spend a significant amount of time near the oasis during their forty-year period in the wilderness.

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  • 37. 

    Deuteronomy means first Law

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The explanation for the correct answer, which is False, is that Deuteronomy does not mean "first Law." The word "Deuteronomy" is derived from the Greek word "Deuteronomion," which means "second law" or "repetition of the law." This book in the Bible contains a restatement of the laws given to the Israelites in previous books, particularly Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers. Therefore, the statement that Deuteronomy means "first Law" is incorrect.

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  • 38. 

    When Deuteronomy was published, Anitoch was already considered the central place of worship

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because when Deuteronomy was published, Anitoch was not considered the central place of worship.

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  • 39. 

    The heart of the Pentateuch is Sinai/ Horeb

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The heart of the Pentateuch refers to the central focus or theme of the first five books of the Bible, which are also known as the Pentateuch or Torah. The answer "True" indicates that the central focus of these books is Sinai/Horeb. This refers to the mountain where Moses received the Ten Commandments and had encounters with God, making it a significant location in the narrative of the Pentateuch.

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