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The meaning of the word "testament."
*treaty *law *covenant *bible
Covenant
The Hebrew Scriptures that were translated into the Greek.

*The Vulgate *The Septuagint *The Pentateuch *Canon
The Septuagint
The science which delineates principles or methods for interpreting an individual author's meaning.
*Eisegesis *Exegesis *Hermeneutics *Application
Hermeneutics
The patriarch, whose trust in God and serves as Scripture's prime example of saving faith in God.
*Moses *Abraham *Noah *Joseph
Abraham
Which of the following was not one of "The Falls" in Genesis.
*Cain and Able *Noah and the Ark *Tower of Babel *The birth of Ishmael
The birth of Ishmael
How old was Abraham when he departed from Haaran and receives the covenant from God?
*65 *75 *85 *100
75
Another name for the Ten Commandments.
*Pentateuch *Berith *Biblia *Decalogue
Decalogue
A gold covered wooden chest that contained the Ten Commandments and was located inside "The Most Holy Place" in the Tabernacle.
*The Table of Shewbread *The Alter of Burnt Offering *The Ark *The Laver
The Ark
One of two spies who urged Israel to trust God and was destined to succeed Moses as leader of Israelites.
*Caleb *Nadab *Eleazar *Joshua
Joshua
In the Cristocentric structure of the Bible the gospel is considered the *Preparation for Christ *Expectation of Christ *Application of Christ *Manifestation of Christ
Manifestation of Christ
Part of the TANAKH that is called the Law
Torah
Isaac's son who continued the covenant line. His name was changed to Israel, and his sons founded the tribes that make up the Jewish people.
Jacob
A key word for the theme of the book of Deuteronomy.
Covenant
Jerome's translation of the Greek Bible into Latin
The Vulgate
Part of the TANAKH that contains the prophets
Nevi'im
Abraham's son who inherited the covenant promise.
Isaac
A key word for the theme of the book of Numbers
Wonderings
The annual feast that God commands the Israelites to keep as a reminder of redemption.
The Passover
Part of the TANAKH that includes "the writings."
Kethuvim
A key word for the theme of the book of Leviticus
Holiness.
Exegesis means to determine the test's original meaning.

true/false
true
One of the criteria for a writing to be canonized in the New Testament was that it had to be universally recognized by the church.

true/false
true
The Englsh arrangement of the Old Testament is divided into 5 sections.

true/false
false
"I am who I am" is a play on words of I am and Yahweh.

true/false
true
The Fellowship Offering was required when a person violated the rights of others.

true/false
false
A key principle of hermeneutics is to work from small to big.

true/false
false
The two similarities in the "Creation Narratives" are God creates and humanity is the chief creature.

true/false
true
Moses is considered by most scholars to be the author of the Torah.

true/false
true
The Burnt Offering was a voluntary offering symbolizing complete surrender to God.

true/false
true
The King James Bible was completed in 1380.

true/false
false
The first English translation of the Bible was translated by
Wycliff
The book of Genesis can be divided into two histories. They are the history and the history.
patriarch; primeval
was the brother of Moses who was appointed as Israel's high priest.
Aaron
The name Moses literally means
to draw or to lead out
The book of Leviticus can be broken down into two sections. The theme of chapters 1-17 is
and the theme of chapters 18-27 is
sacrifice; sanctification
The is the universal sign to Noah and mankind that God willnever again destroy the world with a flood.
rainbow
The Israelites followed Moses from slavery in Egypt and crossed the when fleeing the Egyptian Army.
Red Sea
is the book of the Torah that was a compilation of sermons by Moses.
Deuteronomy
The church began to give official recognition to the twenty-seven books of the New Testaent of ad 363 in
and in ad 397 at
Laodicia; Carthage
Israel's first king, whose flawed character and unwillingness to trust God led to the rejection of his family as hereditary rulers.
*Solomon *David *Saul *Samson
Saul
The "Key Word" used to describe the book of Joshua.
*Wonderings *Conquest *Transition *Kingdom
Conquest
Solomon's foolish son who loses the northern half of his kingdom.
*Jeroboam *Elijah *Rehoboam *Joash
Rehoboam
What book concludes with the laent: "In those days, there was no King in Israel"?
*Joshua *1 Kings *Judges *1 Samuel
Judges
David's son who breaks his heart and leads a rebellion against his own father.
*Abner *Absalom *Solomon *Nathan
Absalom
A "Key Word" used to describe the books of I and II Samuel.
*Tribal *Transition *Monarchy *Conquest
Transition
The prophet who tells a parable to King David condemning him.
*Elisha *Nathan *Elijah *Ahab
Nathan
The Persian ruler who issues the decree permitting the Jews to return home and rebuild the temple.
*Cyrus *Ishbal *Ahaz *Tiglath-Pileser III
Cyrus
One of two spies who urged Israel to trust God and was destined to succeed Moses as leader of the Israelites.
*Caleb *Nadab *Eleazar *Joshua
Joshua
Although he rose to high position in the Persian capital, this wall-builder's heart remained with his people and his God.
*Hezekiah *Nehemiah *Ezra *Josiah
Nehemiah
The Bible teacher who led a small group back to Jerusalem some 80 years after the first group returned. His commitment to do, as well as teach, God's Word stimulated a revival.
Ezra
The only woman judge, whose bold leadership encouraged her general, Barak, to win a great victory over resurgent Canaanites.
Deborah
Israel's shepherd king serves as an example of piety and concern with worship. His greatness demonstrates God's faithfulness.
David
The beautiful and innocent woman with whom David commits adultery.
Bathseba
The reluctant warrior whose growing faith was demonstrated by the discharge of his army, so he could battle the Midianites with a mere 300 men.
Gideon
The last judge whose name literally means "His name is God."
Samuel
A bold warrior whose faith in God is as unshakable in his old age as when he urged Israel to attack Canaan 40 years earlier.
Calab
David's son and brilliant successor, who builds the Jerusalem temple and brings cast wealth to Israel, and contributes to three O.T. books.
Solomon
A Hebrew woman who knew tragedy, but rediscovered happiness through the faithfulness of Ruth, her Moabite daughter-in-law.
Naomi
Though gifted with great physical strength, this judge proved a moral weakling, and failed to deliver his people, though he killed amny of their enemies.
Samson
The Sin of Achan at Ai cost the lives of 36 soldiers and taught Israel a grim lesson on the necessity of total obedience.

true/false
true
Samaria is the capital of the Southern Kingdom of Judah.

true/false
false
The name Gideon literally means destroyer.

true/false
true
Proverbs is the baseline for all wisdom literature.

true/false
true
Othniel was the only judge from Judah.

true/false
true
Manasseh was considered to be the worst king to ever rule over either of the Hebrew kingdoms.

true/false
true
Ezra was a contemporary of Nehemiah and supported Nehemiah's efforts with his teaching.

true/false
true
Ruth lived during the time of the Judges.

true/false
true
David's stunning victory over the Philistine giant Jehu leads to rapid advancement for David, and earns the jealous hostility of a rapidly deteriorating King Saul.

true/false
false
After this tragic division of Solomon's kingdom, not one godly king rules in the north.

true/false
true
The two sins at Ai were
and
disobedience; covetanting
The "Key Word" for the book of Ruth is
kinsman redeemer
The two themes for Psalms are
and
Jerusalem-focused; cosmic-focused
was the bold but sensitive prophet who stuggles to resist Ahab and Jezebel, and finally triumphs in a historic confrontation with the priests of Baal on Mt. Carmel.
Elijah
was a "man after God's heart" whose faith and devotion to God, with many special personal qualities, lifted him from shepherd boy to lead his people to nationhood and greatness.
David
Psalm literally means
hymn
The godly Hebrew man, a relative of Naomi, who accepted a kinsman's responsibility and married Ruth, was
Boaz
was the leader of the Babylonian army that led to the destruction of Judah in
BC
Gideon; 587
Most proverbs are traditionally attributed to
Solomon
was the leader of the Assyrian army that led to the destruction of Israel in
BC
Tiglath-Pileser III; 722
The only true apocalyptic book in the Old Testament.
*Jeremiah *Ezekiel *Daniel *Haggai
Daniel
God's angry man, who denounces injustice in Israel, and expresses God's concern for the poor and oppressed of every age.
*Amaziah *Hosea *Amos *Ezekiel
Amos
The rebellious king, whose sullen refusal to heed Isaiah led to the prediction of Messiah's virgin birth.
*Ahaz *Hezekiah *Rehoboam *Joash
Ahaz
This prophet provides scriptures most vivid picture of the cross and its meaning in the passage referred to as "The Suffering Servant."
*Jeremiah *Daniel *Isaiah *Malachi
Isaiah
This prophet was thrown into a lion's den due to his failure to adhere to a decree by kind Nebuchadnezzar.
*Amos *Ezekiel *Zechariah *Daniel
Daniel
The unfaithful wife of Hosea, whose choices lead to ever deeper degradation until, helpless, she is rescued by her abandoned husband.
*Jezebel *Delilah *Gomer *Bathsheba
Gomer
The key word for this prophetic book is "An Appeal to Backsliders."
*Malachi *Haggai *Habakkuk *Micah
Malachi
What percent of prophetic literature speaks of our future?
*1% *5% *3% *6%
1%
This prophet preached against judicial corruption because judgments favored the rich and ignored dishonesty and fraud.
*Haggai *Amos *Malachi *Ezekiel
Amos
This prophet's ministry began during the year of King Uzziah's death in 740 BC and spanned 40 years.
*Jeremiah *Daniel *Isaiah *Malachi
Isaiah
This prophet was known as the "weeping prophet"
Jeremiah
A young priest in the Jewish community in Babylon, who is called by God to serve as His prophet.
Ezekiel
The ruler of the great Babylonian Empire, whose contact with Daniel led to his knowing the true God.
Nebuchadnezzar
The "gentle prophet" whose persistent love ultimately wins the prize.
Hosea
The key word for this book is "Salvation is the Lord"
Isaiah
The godly ruler whose dependence on God won relief from invading Assyrians.
Hezekiah
The key word for his book is "The Reconstruction of the Temple."
Haggai
The hated imperial city of the hated Assyrian Empire that Jonah was called by God to preach.
Ninevah
The high priest of Bethel who rejects Amos' message and tries to drive him out of Israel.
Amaziah
This prophet describes Jesus' deity, priesthood, kingship and His betrayal by Judas.
Zechariah
The primary function of prophetic literature is to predict the future.

true/false
false
The majority of the Latter Prophetic texts deal with Israel's and Judah's immediate future.

true/false
true
Jeremiah includes laments that plead with God, which have elements of questions with a mocking tone.

true/false
true
Haggai's key message was the rebuilding of the wall around Jerusalem.

true/false
false
Ezekiel emphasizes the responsibility of each individual for his or her own choices, and teaches that each will be juged for his or her own actions.

true/false
true
The two themes of Jeremiah and Isaiah are and
judgment; hope
Two difficulities with interpreting prophetic literature are and
genre; context
is a priestly document that speaks of holiness and purity.
Jeremiah
The outline of Hosea describes an unfaithful and an unfaithful
wife; people
The two prophets that lived and preaced during the Babylonian exile of Judah were
and
Daniel; Ezekiel
By the first century every town in Palestine and most every major city in the Roman Empire had one of these gathering places for the study of scriptures and prayer.
*Temple *Church *Synagogues *Tabernacle
Synagogues
These Jews were mostly from the lay middle class or lower classes of the priests and were centered around the synagogues. They recognized the prophets as well as the five books of Moses as canonical, believed in angels and demons, a messiah, resurrection, and held a belief in Oral Torah.
*Sadducees *Zealots *Pharisees *Sanhedrin
Pharisees
A term of salvation in the New Testament that means to be found not guilty.
*Glorification *Sanctification *Justification *Condemnation
Justification
This small group of wealthy priests who formed an aristocracy of the day was centered in he temple at Jerusalem and they followed only the Torah and did not believe in angels or the resurrection of the dead.
*Sadducees *Zealots *Pharisees *Sanhedrin
Sadducees
This gospel gives a low (realistic) view of the 12 disciples.
*Matthew *Mark *Luke *John
Mark
The "Key Word" in the gospel of John.
*Truth *Believe *Witness *World
Believe
A term of salvation that means "being made holy, or purified."
*Glorification *Sanctification *Justification *Condemnation
Sanctification
The "Key Word" for this gospel is "The Son of Man" and Jesus is portrayed as compassionate.
*Matthew *Mark *Luke *John
Luke
This term of salvation is the future tense of salvation and is implied as the last event in the change from glory to glory.
*Glorification *Sanctification *Justification *Condemnation
Glorification