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According to the textbook, inspiration includes all the ways that God reveals Himself to man
False
The JEPD theory assumes that the Pentateuch was completed in about 400 BC
True
The patriarchal period extends from 2100 BC to 1850 BC
True
To some degree every translation of the Bible is an interpretation
True
The Living Bible is a paraphrase rather than a translation
True
The four patriarchs include Adam, Abraham, Joseph, Jacob
False
There are over 2000 direct quotes from the OT in the NT
False
After a short time in Canaan, Abraham went to Egypt because of drought and famine
True
Only one name for God is used in Hebrew scriptures
FALSE
Writing the Bible involved 39 or 40 writers
True
The Bible was written over a period of approximately 3000 years
False
According to the text, Apocrapha has historical and devotional value for Christians
True
The grand theme of the Bible is Salvation or redemption
True
God's most perfect revelation of himself is in Christ
True
In its doctrine of inspiration, Christianity emphasizes divine and human elements
True
There are over 500 allusions to scripture in the writings of Shakespeare
True
Israel's prayer book and hymn book is Proverbs
False
The book of Proverbs is the best-loved book of the OT
False
Of the 263 OT quotes in the NT, 116 are from Psalms
True
David was the principle writer and compiler of the Psalms
True
The Psalms portray the character of David's relationship with God
True
Psalms speak of struggles with sin, human joys and sorrows, failures, and victories
True
Jesus said that many of the things written in Psalms referred to him
True
In early OT times, an oral blessing was legal and binding
True
Trust, praise, and mercy are leading ideas in Psalms
True
Psalm 23 is the longest chapter in the Bible and speaks of the importance of hiding God's word in our hearts
False
Psalm 84 is the Shepherd Psalm
False
God's covenant is based on His love and Grace
True
God's covenant promises blessings to those who fulfill its conditions
True
God took the initiative in establishing his covenant with Abraham
True
Moses said "As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord"
False
The Feast of Passover commemorates the giving of the Law at Sinai
False
Theocratic government means rules by God through people
True
The book of Ruth belongs to the period of Judges
True
Last judge and first prophet of Israel was Sammuel
True
Psalm 46 inspired Martin Luther to write "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God"
True
David's first capital was at Hebron
True
Samuel encouraged people to get a king like other nations
False
Parallelism is a prominent feature of OT poetry
True
Solomon is known as the sweet singer of Israel
False
The temple was located on Mt Moriah
True
Abishag was Saul's military captain
False
For Israel, horses had been a symbol of militarism
True
Samuel annointed both Saul and David as kings of Israel
False
Isaiah's wife was a prophetess
False
Moses was born about 3100 BC
False
Proverbs is quoted in the NT more than any other OT book
False
Isaiah 53 pictures the crucifixion of Jesus more graphically than any other chapter in the Bible
True
Hosea's mother was Gomer
False
At birth, Solomon was placed under the sponsorship of Nathan
True
Most complete unfolding of the gospel in the OT is in Isaiah
True
Greatest OT prophet is Hosea
False
The "prophet of the poor" is Micah
True
Uzziah did not reign during Isaiah's ministry
True
Isaiah 40-66 was written from the standpoint of exile and restoration
True
Isaiah did not have a great literary ability
False
In Micah 6:8 we see the messages of Amos, Hosea, and Isaiah summarized
True
Hezekiah, unlike his father, was a wicked king
False
Spritual progress continued under King Manasseh
False
Jewish tradition says that Isaiah was a cousin of Hezekiah
True