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  • 1. 

    Hermeneutics is the science of __________________________.

    • A.

      Worldviews

    • B.

      Interpretation

    • C.

      Knowing

    • D.

      Hermit Crabs

    Correct Answer
    B. Interpretation
    Explanation
    Hermeneutics is the science of interpretation. It is a field of study that focuses on understanding and interpreting texts, symbols, and cultural phenomena. Through hermeneutics, scholars and researchers analyze and interpret various forms of communication, such as literature, art, religious texts, and historical documents, in order to gain a deeper understanding of their meaning and significance. This field helps us decipher and make sense of the complex layers of meaning embedded within different forms of human expression.

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  • 2. 

    Worldviews…

    • A.

      Have little effect on the way we think

    • B.

      Effect the way we think

    • C.

      Can shape the way we think

    • D.

      Do not shape the way we think

    Correct Answer
    B. Effect the way we think
    Explanation
    Worldviews have the ability to influence and impact the way we think. Our worldview is the lens through which we perceive and interpret the world around us. It shapes our beliefs, values, and attitudes, which in turn affect our thoughts and decision-making processes. Our worldview influences how we understand and make sense of information, as well as how we approach and solve problems. Therefore, it can be concluded that worldviews have a significant effect on the way we think.

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  • 3. 

    Identify which of the following statements identifies best with a biblical worldview:

    • A.

      The Allah of the Qur’an is the same God as Yahweh of the Bible.

    • B.

      What is morally right depends on what an individual believes.

    • C.

      All people pray to the same god or spirit, no matter what name they use for that spiritual being.

    • D.

      Meaning and purpose comes from working hard to earn as much as possible so you can make the most of life.

    • E.

      Meaning and purpose comes through the surrender of one’s life to God.

    Correct Answer
    E. Meaning and purpose comes through the surrender of one’s life to God.
    Explanation
    The statement "Meaning and purpose comes through the surrender of one's life to God" aligns with a biblical worldview because it reflects the belief that finding meaning and purpose in life comes from submitting oneself to God's will and following His teachings. In Christianity, surrendering one's life to God is seen as a way to find fulfillment and purpose, as it involves acknowledging God's authority and seeking to live according to His plan. This perspective is rooted in the belief that God has a specific purpose for each individual and that true meaning is found in aligning one's life with His divine plan.

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  • 4. 

    If you do good, you will receive good. If you do bad, you will receive bad.

    • A.

      Pantheism

    • B.

      Postmodernism

    • C.

      Marxism

    • D.

      Secularist

    Correct Answer
    A. Pantheism
    Explanation
    Pantheism is the belief that everything in the universe is divine and interconnected. This belief system suggests that if a person does good, they will receive good in return, and if they do bad, they will receive bad consequences. Pantheists view the universe as a moral and ethical system where actions have consequences. This aligns with the statement given in the question, making Pantheism the correct answer.

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  • 5. 

    What does the Bible do?

    • A.

      All of the answer questions are correct.

    • B.

      Reveals the Will of God

    • C.

      Describes the Work of God

    • D.

      Calls the Reader to Faith in God

    • E.

      Unveils the Mind of God

    Correct Answer
    A. All of the answer questions are correct.
    Explanation
    The Bible serves multiple purposes and fulfills various roles. It reveals the will of God by providing guidance and instructions on how to live a righteous life. It describes the work of God by recounting the creation of the world, the miracles performed, and the redemptive plan for humanity. It calls the reader to faith in God by sharing stories of faith and emphasizing the importance of believing in Him. Lastly, it unveils the mind of God by presenting His thoughts, teachings, and principles. Overall, the Bible encompasses all of these aspects, making all of the answer options correct.

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  • 6. 

    What you _____________ will determine how you _______________.

    • A.

      Do, go

    • B.

      Believe, behave

    • C.

      All of the answer choices are correct.

    • D.

      Do, behave

    • E.

      Believe, think

    Correct Answer
    B. Believe, behave
    Explanation
    The statement "What you believe will determine how you behave" suggests that one's beliefs play a significant role in shaping their actions and behavior. Our beliefs influence our thoughts, attitudes, and values, which in turn guide our behavior and decision-making. If we believe in certain principles or ideas, we are more likely to act in accordance with those beliefs. Therefore, our behavior is a reflection of what we believe to be true or important.

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  • 7. 

    What is the acronym to help us remember the factors that give us evidence that the Bible is trustworthy?

    • A.

      MADD

    • B.

      MAPK

    • C.

      MAPS

    • D.

      MASK

    Correct Answer
    C. MAPS
    Explanation
    MAPS is the acronym to help us remember the factors that give us evidence that the Bible is trustworthy. Each letter in the acronym represents a different factor. M stands for Manuscripts, which refers to the large number of ancient manuscripts that exist, providing evidence for the accuracy and preservation of the Bible. A stands for Archaeology, which relates to the archaeological discoveries that have confirmed many historical details mentioned in the Bible. P stands for Prophecy, highlighting the fulfillment of numerous prophecies found in the Bible. Finally, S stands for Statistics, which refers to the statistical probability of the Bible's accuracy and consistency.

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  • 8. 

    Archeology helps to corroborate the claims of the Bible to be historically true and accurate. Which of the following things have been found that prove the Bible to be true?

    • A.

      People

    • B.

      Places

    • C.

      Coins

    • D.

      All of the answer choices are correct.

    • E.

      Inscriptions

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the answer choices are correct.
    Explanation
    Archeology has indeed found evidence of people, places, coins, and inscriptions that support the historical accuracy of the Bible. The discovery of ancient cities, artifacts, and writings mentioned in the Bible helps to validate its claims and provide a deeper understanding of the historical context in which biblical events took place. Therefore, all of the answer choices are correct in terms of providing evidence that supports the Bible's historical truth.

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  • 9. 

    What does it mean to reflect the heart, wisdom, and nature of God?

    • A.

      To be disobedient

    • B.

      To be understanding

    • C.

      To be godly

    • D.

      All of the answer choices are correct

    Correct Answer
    C. To be godly
    Explanation
    To reflect the heart, wisdom, and nature of God means to embody the qualities and characteristics that are associated with God. This includes being righteous, compassionate, loving, just, and wise. Being godly means living in accordance with God's principles and values, and striving to imitate His character in our thoughts, actions, and relationships. It involves seeking to align our will with God's will and to live a life that is pleasing to Him.

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  • 10. 

    How does it work?

    • A.

      Application

    • B.

      Observation

    • C.

      All of the answer choices are correct

    • D.

      Interpretation

    • E.

      None of the answer choices are correct

    Correct Answer
    A. Application
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "Application". This suggests that the question is asking about how something works, and the answer is that it works through its application. This implies that the subject being discussed is a process or system that functions by being applied in a practical or functional manner.

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  • 11. 

    The Bible has not been written ______ you but it has been written ______ you.

    • A.

      For, to

    • B.

      To, for

    • C.

      None of the answer choices are correct

    • D.

      By, through

    • E.

      Through, by

    Correct Answer
    B. To, for
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "to, for". The sentence is saying that the Bible has been written to provide guidance or instruction to you, and it has been written for your benefit or advantage. The preposition "to" indicates the intended recipient of the writing, while the preposition "for" indicates the purpose or benefit of the writing.

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  • 12. 

    What does ex nihilo mean?

    • A.

      None of the Above

    • B.

      Out of Nothing

    • C.

      All the above

    • D.

      Out of Thoughts

    • E.

      Out of Resources

    Correct Answer
    B. Out of Nothing
    Explanation
    Ex nihilo is a Latin phrase that translates to "out of nothing." It refers to the concept of creation or existence originating from nothingness or nonexistence. This term is often used in philosophical and theological discussions to describe the idea that the universe or certain phenomena came into being without any preexisting material or cause. Therefore, the correct answer for this question is "Out of Nothing."

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  • 13. 

    One way we can know there is a God is because of the following syllogism: Everything that begins to exist has a cause The universe began to exist Therefore, the universe has a cause This is known as what argument for the existence of God?

    • A.

      Cosmological

    • B.

      Ontological

    • C.

      Teleological

    • D.

      All the above

    • E.

      Moral

    Correct Answer
    A. Cosmological
    Explanation
    The given syllogism presents the cosmological argument for the existence of God. The argument states that everything that begins to exist must have a cause, and since the universe began to exist, it must also have a cause. This cause is often attributed to God. Therefore, the correct answer is cosmological.

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  • 14. 

    Who created God?

    • A.

      Science has proven God does not exist

    • B.

      Zeus created God before he created other gods

    • C.

      None of the Above

    • D.

      No one, He is the uncaused first cause

    • E.

      No one, God is just a mythological figure to help the weak-minded

    Correct Answer
    D. No one, He is the uncaused first cause
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "No one, He is the uncaused first cause." This answer suggests that God is not created by anyone or anything, but rather is the uncaused first cause. This implies that God is eternal and has always existed, without a creator.

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  • 15. 

    What acronym was used in class that gave scientific evidence for the existence of God?

    • A.

      None of the Above

    • B.

      ZURG

    • C.

      SURGE

    • D.

      SEARCH

    • E.

      SERVE

    Correct Answer
    C. SURGE
  • 16. 

    Why was God sorrowful that He had created man?

    • A.

      All the above

    • B.

      None of the Above

    • C.

      Because mankind was repentant of their sin

    • D.

      Because mankind had free will

    • E.

      Because mankind had sinned against Him

    Correct Answer
    E. Because mankind had sinned against Him
    Explanation
    The correct answer is because mankind had sinned against Him. God was sorrowful because He created man to have a relationship with Him, but mankind's sin caused a separation between them. God's sorrow reflects His love and desire for humanity to choose righteousness and have a restored relationship with Him.

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  • 17. 

    How many decks in the ark would you need to fit all the animals?

    • A.

      Four

    • B.

      Two

    • C.

      Three 

    • D.

      One

    • E.

      There were not enough decks

    Correct Answer
    D. One
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "One" because according to the question, it is asking how many decks would be needed to fit all the animals in the ark. Since the question does not specify the size or capacity of the decks, it can be assumed that all the animals can fit on a single deck. Therefore, only one deck would be needed to accommodate all the animals.

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  • 18. 

    How was Abraham (and how are we) saved?

    • A.

      By believing and trusting in God

    • B.

      By doing good works

    • C.

      By being physically born into a good family

    • D.

      By living an austere life

    Correct Answer
    A. By believing and trusting in God
    Explanation
    The correct answer is by believing and trusting in God. This means that salvation is not achieved through good works, being born into a good family, or living an austere life. Instead, it is through faith and trust in God that we are saved. This emphasizes the importance of a personal relationship with God and relying on His grace and mercy for salvation.

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  • 19. 

    God helps those who help themselves.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    This statement is actually false. The phrase "God helps those who help themselves" is not found in the Bible or any religious texts. It is a popular saying that implies that individuals need to take action and responsibility for their own lives, and only then will they receive help from a higher power. However, this concept contradicts the teachings of many religions that emphasize the importance of relying on God's grace and seeking help through prayer and faith.

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  • 20. 

    Who did God ask Abraham to sacrifice (but did not allow him to go through with it)?

    • A.

      Hagar

    • B.

      Isaac

    • C.

      Sarah

    • D.

      All of the answer choices are correct.

    • E.

      Ishmael

    Correct Answer
    B. Isaac
    Explanation
    God asked Abraham to sacrifice Isaac, but ultimately did not allow him to go through with it. This event is known as the Binding of Isaac or the Akedah, and it is a significant story in the Abrahamic religions. In this story, God tests Abraham's faith by commanding him to sacrifice his beloved son Isaac. Abraham obediently prepares to carry out the sacrifice, but at the last moment, God provides a ram as a substitute and spares Isaac's life. This story symbolizes Abraham's unwavering faith and trust in God's commands.

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  • 21. 

    A pre-incarnate appearance of Christ is known as a __________________.

    • A.

      Angel of the Lord

    • B.

      Theocracy

    • C.

      All of the answer choices are correct.

    • D.

      None of the answer choices are correct.

    • E.

      Christophany

    Correct Answer
    E. Christophany
    Explanation
    A pre-incarnate appearance of Christ is known as a Christophany. This term refers to instances in the Bible where Jesus, in his divine form, appeared to people before he was born as a human. Examples of Christophanies include the burning bush that Moses encountered, and the appearance of the "Angel of the Lord" to various individuals in the Old Testament. The term "Christophany" is derived from the Greek words "Christos" meaning Christ, and "phaino" meaning to show or reveal.

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  • 22. 

    What did Joseph initially do that gained him the position of being second in charge of Egypt?

    • A.

      He managed the seven years of famine

    • B.

      He convinced Potiphar that his wife was lying

    • C.

      He interpreted Pharaoh’s dream

    • D.

      He managed the seven years of prosperity

    Correct Answer
    C. He interpreted Pharaoh’s dream
    Explanation
    Joseph gained the position of being second in charge of Egypt by interpreting Pharaoh's dream. This interpretation showcased Joseph's wisdom and ability to understand the meaning behind the dream, which impressed Pharaoh and led to his promotion.

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  • 23. 

    What is the man’s name who fathered the men that would make the 12 tribes of Israel?

    • A.

      None of the answer choices are correct

    • B.

      Judah

    • C.

      Joseph

    • D.

      Abraham

    • E.

      Jacob

    Correct Answer
    E. Jacob
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Jacob. Jacob, also known as Israel, was the father of the twelve sons who became the patriarchs of the twelve tribes of Israel. He had twelve sons, including Joseph and Judah, who played significant roles in the history and formation of the Israelite nation.

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  • 24. 

    When did the Exodus occur?

    • A.

      1446 AD

    • B.

      1270 AD

    • C.

      1270 BC

    • D.

      1446 BC

    Correct Answer
    D. 1446 BC
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 1446 BC. This date refers to the biblical event of the Exodus, which is the departure of the Israelites from Egypt. According to the Old Testament, the Exodus took place during the reign of the pharaoh Ramses II, and it is considered a significant event in Jewish history. The date of 1446 BC is commonly accepted by scholars based on biblical chronology and archaeological evidence.

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  • 25. 

    How did God identify Himself to Moses at the burning bush?

    • A.

      None of the answer choices are correct

    • B.

      I Am

    • C.

      All of the answer choices are correct

    • D.

      Yahweh

    • E.

      Lord

    Correct Answer
    B. I Am
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I Am" because when Moses asked God for His name, God replied, "I Am who I Am." This name signifies God's eternal and self-existent nature, indicating that He is the ultimate source of all existence and the one who has always existed. By identifying Himself as "I Am," God asserts His authority and power over all creation.

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  • 26. 

    In Moses we see Christ as our ____________________.

    • A.

      All of the answer choices are correct.

    • B.

      Foe

    • C.

      Deliverer

    • D.

      Friend

    • E.

      None of the answer choices are correct.

    Correct Answer
    C. Deliverer
    Explanation
    In the context of the question, Moses is seen as a deliverer, as he led the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt and towards the Promised Land. This parallels with Christ as our deliverer, as he saves us from the bondage of sin and offers us eternal life. Both Moses and Christ are seen as figures who rescue and deliver their people from oppression and bring them to a place of freedom and salvation.

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  • 27. 

    What were the plagues attacking?

    • A.

      The Egyptian Adversaries

    • B.

      The Egyptian Land

    • C.

      The Egyptian Gods

    • D.

      None of the Above

    • E.

      The Egyptian people

    Correct Answer
    C. The Egyptian Gods
    Explanation
    During the plagues, the Egyptian Gods were being attacked. This is evident from the biblical account in the Book of Exodus, where each plague was specifically targeted towards a different Egyptian deity. For example, the plague of blood was a direct attack on the Egyptian god Hapi, who was believed to be the god of the Nile. The plague of frogs was aimed at the goddess Heqet, who was represented with a frog's head. By afflicting the Egyptian Gods, it was a way for the Hebrew God to demonstrate his superiority and power over the Egyptian pantheon.

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  • 28. 

    Why were the types of plagues so significant?

    • A.

      It showed the potency of specific deities

    • B.

      None of the Above

    • C.

      It showed the impotency of specific deities

    • D.

      There was no significance

    Correct Answer
    C. It showed the impotency of specific deities
    Explanation
    The types of plagues were significant because they demonstrated the impotency of specific deities. This suggests that these deities were unable to prevent or stop the plagues from occurring, highlighting their lack of power or effectiveness. This could have been a significant revelation for those who believed in these deities, as it challenged their beliefs and potentially led to a reevaluation of their faith.

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  • 29. 

    Who was the chief deity that was attacked through the plagues?

    • A.

      Ra

    • B.

      Pharaoh

    • C.

      Hapi

    • D.

      Horus

    • E.

      Serapia

    Correct Answer
    B. Pharaoh
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Pharaoh because in the context of the plagues, it was the Egyptian Pharaoh who was considered to be a deity and was attacked through the plagues sent by the Hebrew God. The plagues were a series of divine punishments aimed at convincing Pharaoh to release the Israelites from slavery.

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  • 30. 

    What was Pharaoh's chief responsibility?

    • A.

      None of the Above

    • B.

      Uraei

    • C.

      Amun-Re

    • D.

      Peace

    • E.

      Ma'at

    Correct Answer
    E. Ma'at
    Explanation
    Ma'at was the ancient Egyptian concept of truth, justice, and balance. It represented the order and harmony that Pharaoh was responsible for maintaining in society. As the chief responsibility of Pharaoh, upholding Ma'at meant ensuring that laws were followed, justice was served, and the well-being of the people was protected. It was believed that if Pharaoh failed in this responsibility, chaos and disorder would prevail. Therefore, Pharaoh's primary duty was to uphold Ma'at and maintain the stability and prosperity of Egypt.

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  • 31. 

    How is Christ viewed in terms of the Passover?

    • A.

      He is our lamb

    • B.

      He is our representative

    • C.

      None of the Above

    • D.

      He was absent

    Correct Answer
    A. He is our lamb
    Explanation
    Christ is viewed as our lamb in terms of the Passover because he is seen as the ultimate sacrifice for the forgiveness of sins, just as the Passover lamb was sacrificed in the Old Testament. Jesus is often referred to as the "Lamb of God" who takes away the sins of the world, symbolizing his role as the perfect and final sacrifice. This view emphasizes the belief that Jesus' death on the cross fulfilled the symbolism of the Passover lamb and brought salvation to humanity.

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  • 32. 

    Who could apply the blood to be saved from the tenth plague?

    • A.

      Anyone

    • B.

      Israelites

    • C.

      None of the Above

    • D.

      Egyptians

    • E.

      Hebrews

    Correct Answer
    A. Anyone
    Explanation
    Anyone could apply the blood to be saved from the tenth plague. This means that it was not limited to a specific group of people such as the Israelites, Egyptians, or Hebrews. The application of blood was open to anyone who wanted to be saved from the plague, regardless of their nationality or background.

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  • 33. 

    Leavened is seen as a type of ____________________.

    • A.

      None of the Above

    • B.

      Sin

    • C.

      Yeast

    • D.

      Love

    • E.

      Hope

    Correct Answer
    B. Sin
    Explanation
    The question is asking for a type that "leavened" is seen as. "Leavened" refers to a substance or dough that has been allowed to rise through the process of fermentation, typically using yeast. Therefore, the correct answer is "yeast."

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  • 34. 

    The first four commandments deal with:

    • A.

      Man’s relationship with man and God’s relationship with God

    • B.

      None of the Above

    • C.

      Man’s relationship with God

    • D.

      God’s relationship with God

    • E.

      Man’s relationship with man

    Correct Answer
    C. Man’s relationship with God
    Explanation
    The first four commandments in the Bible focus on man's relationship with God. These commandments outline the importance of worshiping and honoring God, as well as the prohibition of idolatry and taking God's name in vain. They emphasize the need for humans to have a close and reverent relationship with their Creator.

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  • 35. 

    The last six commandments deal with:

    • A.

      Man’s relationship with man and God’s relationship with God

    • B.

      None of the Above

    • C.

      God’s relationship with God

    • D.

      Man’s relationship with man 

    • E.

      Man’s relationship with God

    Correct Answer
    D. Man’s relationship with man 
    Explanation
    The last six commandments deal with man's relationship with man. These commandments focus on how individuals should treat and interact with one another, emphasizing principles such as honesty, respect, and fairness. They cover topics such as not stealing, not lying, not committing adultery, and not coveting what belongs to others. These commandments help guide human behavior and promote harmonious relationships within society.

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  • 36. 

    What does the law do?

    • A.

      None of the Above

    • B.

      It protects us from ourselves and others

    • C.

      It is a suggestion as to what God would want us to do

    • D.

      It keeps us from having fun

    • E.

      It points an archaic way of thinking

    Correct Answer
    B. It protects us from ourselves and others
    Explanation
    The law serves as a protective measure for individuals, safeguarding them from potential harm caused by themselves or others. It establishes a set of rules and regulations that guide behavior and maintain order within society. By enforcing laws, authorities aim to prevent or punish actions that could endanger the well-being or rights of individuals. This explanation aligns with the idea that the law's primary purpose is to ensure the safety and protection of individuals from potential harm or wrongdoing.

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  • 37. 

    How many laws did God give Israel?

    • A.

      252

    • B.

      None of the Above

    • C.

      613

    • D.

      820

    • E.

      10

    Correct Answer
    C. 613
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 613. In Judaism, the 613 commandments, also known as mitzvot, are a set of religious and moral obligations that God gave to the Israelites through Moses. These commandments cover a wide range of topics, including worship, ethics, rituals, and social justice. They serve as a guide for Jewish individuals and communities to live a righteous and fulfilling life according to God's teachings.

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  • 38. 

    What were the Canaanites doing that God gave them 400 years to stop?

    • A.

      All of the answer choices are correct

    • B.

      Bestiality

    • C.

      Incest

    • D.

      Child Sacrifice

    • E.

      Rape

    Correct Answer
    A. All of the answer choices are correct
    Explanation
    The Canaanites were engaging in various immoral and sinful practices, including bestiality, incest, child sacrifice, and rape. These actions were considered abominable in the eyes of God, and He gave them a period of 400 years to cease these behaviors and turn away from their wickedness.

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  • 39. 

    What was Sampson's problem?

    • A.

      He was attacked by a lion

    • B.

      He liked honey

    • C.

      He chased foreign women

    • D.

      He needed a haircut

    Correct Answer
    C. He chased foreign women
    Explanation
    Sampson's problem was that he chased foreign women. This implies that he had a habit or desire to pursue relationships or engage in romantic encounters with women who were not from his own culture or background.

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  • 40. 

    What foolish thing did Jephthah do?

    • A.

      He was disobedient

    • B.

      He attacked the enemy too early

    • C.

      He made a hasty vow

    • D.

      He joined a foreign army

    Correct Answer
    C. He made a hasty vow
    Explanation
    Jephthah made a hasty vow. This suggests that he made a promise or commitment without carefully considering the consequences or thinking it through. Making a hasty vow can lead to regrettable actions or outcomes, as it implies acting impulsively without proper reflection or consideration.

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  • 41. 

    How many men did Gideon use in his army to defeat the Midianites?

    • A.

      32,000

    • B.

      300

    • C.

      22,000

    • D.

      100

    Correct Answer
    B. 300
    Explanation
    Gideon used only 300 men in his army to defeat the Midianites. This small number of soldiers was intentional, as God wanted to show His power by delivering the victory with a significantly outnumbered force. Gideon's army was reduced from 32,000 to 300 through a series of tests and selections, ensuring that only the most dedicated and courageous soldiers remained. This remarkable victory demonstrated the strength and faithfulness of God, as He accomplished a great feat with a seemingly inadequate army.

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  • 42. 

    Where was Saul when they were trying to make him king?

    • A.

      He was in Jerusalem

    • B.

      He was hiding in the luggage

    • C.

      He was with his friends

    • D.

      He was fighting in Israel’s first battle

    Correct Answer
    B. He was hiding in the luggage
    Explanation
    Saul was hiding in the luggage when they were trying to make him king. This suggests that Saul was not initially eager to take on the role of king and was trying to avoid the attention and responsibility that came with it.

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  • 43. 

    What made Israel want to choose Saul?

    • A.

      He was tall, dark, and handsome

    • B.

      He was of the tribe of Benjamin

    • C.

      He was of the tribe of Judah

    • D.

      He was the least of his family

    Correct Answer
    A. He was tall, dark, and handsome
    Explanation
    Israel wanted to choose Saul because he was tall, dark, and handsome. This suggests that physical appearance played a role in their decision-making process.

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  • 44. 

    How many wives and concubines did Solomon have?

    • A.

      700 wives and 300 concubines

    • B.

      500 wives, 500 concubines

    • C.

      100 wives and 300 concubines

    • D.

      700 wives and 100 concubines

    Correct Answer
    A. 700 wives and 300 concubines
    Explanation
    Solomon, the biblical king, had 700 wives and 300 concubines. This answer is based on the biblical account in 1 Kings 11:3, which states that Solomon had 700 wives of royal birth and 300 concubines. This large number of wives and concubines was seen as a sign of wealth, power, and prestige in ancient times.

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  • 45. 

    What was Solomon’s greatest accomplishment?

    • A.

      Building a wall around the city of David

    • B.

      Building the aqueduct

    • C.

      Building the temple

    • D.

      Building a great army

    Correct Answer
    C. Building the temple
    Explanation
    Solomon's greatest accomplishment was building the temple. This is because the construction of the temple was a significant achievement in terms of religious and cultural importance. The temple was a symbol of the Israelites' faith and served as a central place of worship and sacrifice. It was also a manifestation of Solomon's wealth and power, showcasing his ability to undertake large-scale construction projects. The temple became a focal point for the Israelite community and played a crucial role in their religious practices and identity.

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  • 46. 

    What did Solomon ask God for?

    • A.

      Widsom

    • B.

      Wellbeing

    • C.

      Wealth

    • D.

      Women

    Correct Answer
    A. Widsom
    Explanation
    Solomon asked God for wisdom. This can be inferred from his request in the Bible when he asked God for an understanding heart to govern his people and to discern between good and evil. Solomon's desire for wisdom is well-known and is often associated with his reputation as a wise king.

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  • 47. 

    Who wrote the majority of the Psalms?

    • A.

      Sons of Korah

    • B.

      David

    • C.

      Solomon

    • D.

      Asaph

    Correct Answer
    B. David
    Explanation
    David is the correct answer because he is traditionally believed to have written the majority of the Psalms. In the Bible, the book of Psalms is often attributed to David, who was a king of Israel and known for his musical abilities. Many of the Psalms are directly attributed to him in their titles, and his authorship is also mentioned in other books of the Bible. While other individuals and groups, such as the Sons of Korah and Asaph, are also credited with writing some of the Psalms, David is widely recognized as the primary author.

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  • 48. 

    What is a doxology?

    • A.

      A study of dox

    • B.

      A religious practice

    • C.

      A song of praise

    • D.

      A new religion

    Correct Answer
    C. A song of praise
    Explanation
    A doxology is a song of praise. It is a form of worship that is commonly used in religious settings to express adoration and gratitude towards a higher power. Doxologies are often sung or recited during religious services or ceremonies as a way to honor and glorify the divine. They typically contain words of praise, thanksgiving, and reverence, and are meant to uplift and inspire those who participate in the worship.

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  • 49. 

    According to the textbook the longing of Israel is found in Jesus. How is Jesus described in the Psalms?

    • A.

      Ultimate manifestation of the presence of God

    • B.

      All of the answer choices are correct

    • C.

      King and son

    • D.

      The one who will restore the joy of our salvation

    • E.

      He who walks blameless

    Correct Answer
    B. All of the answer choices are correct
    Explanation
    In the Psalms, Jesus is described as the ultimate manifestation of the presence of God, the King and Son, the one who will restore the joy of our salvation, and the one who walks blameless.

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  • 50. 

    What is the theme of the Song of Solomon?

    • A.

      The love between mankind and God

    • B.

      The love between two men

    • C.

      The love between a man and a woman

    • D.

      The love between Christ and the church

    Correct Answer
    C. The love between a man and a woman
    Explanation
    The theme of the Song of Solomon is the love between a man and a woman. This biblical book is a poetic celebration of romantic love and desire, depicting the passionate relationship between a bride and her bridegroom. The text explores the beauty, longing, and intimacy shared between the lovers, using vivid and sensual imagery to convey their deep affection for each other. The Song of Solomon is often interpreted as an allegory of the love between Christ and the church, but its primary focus is on the earthly love between a man and a woman.

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