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What internationlal route followed the coast?
Via Maris
who occupied the southern coastal plain of israel for most of the O.T.?
The Philistines
Besides Babylon what was a major power in mesopotamia?
Assyria
Abraham was a patriarch during?
middle bronze age
what was egypts method for controlling the israeli population?
killing the newborn boys
which was not one of the greatest empires during the OT
the roman empire`
what is the jewish gesignation for the 5 beginning books of theOT?
Torah
when focusing on God's power the NT equivalent of exodus would be?
The cross
from the time of abraham the OT covers
2000 years
how many main geographical regions are in israel
4
in the OT a binding contract is called a
covenant
which man and his family is the focus of genises 12-50
Abraham
what is the dominant geographical feature of egypt?
The Nile river
the primary theme of the pentateuch is
God's people
at the time of the patriarchs the egyptian historical period was the
middle kingdom
what is the levant
coast of israel
the theme of genesis 3-11
moral failure of mankind
the # of booksin the pentateuch
5
on day 5 of creation God created to inhabit what he created on day 2
birds and fish
on what day did God create dinosaurs that walked on the ground
6
in the OT a binding contract is called a
covenant
which man and his family is the focus of genises 12-50
Abraham
what is the dominant geographical feature of egypt?
The Nile river
the primary theme of the pentateuch is
God's people
at the time of the patriarchs the egyptian historical period was the
middle kingdom
what is the levant
coast of israel
the theme of genesis 3-11
moral failure of mankind
the # of booksin the pentateuch
5
on day 5 of creation God created to inhabit what he created on day 2
birds and fish
in the OT a binding contract is called a
covenant
on what day did God create dinosaurs that walked on the ground
6
which man and his family is the focus of genises 12-50
Abraham
what is the dominant geographical feature of egypt?
The Nile river
the primary theme of the pentateuch is
God's people
in the OT a binding contract is called a
covenant
at the time of the patriarchs the egyptian historical period was the
middle kingdom
which man and his family is the focus of genises 12-50
Abraham
what is the levant
coast of israel
what is the dominant geographical feature of egypt?
The Nile river
the theme of genesis 3-11
moral failure of mankind
the # of booksin the pentateuch
5
the primary theme of the pentateuch is
God's people
on day 5 of creation God created to inhabit what he created on day 2
birds and fish
at the time of the patriarchs the egyptian historical period was the
middle kingdom
on what day did God create dinosaurs that walked on the ground
6
what is the levant
coast of israel
the theme of genesis 3-11
moral failure of mankind
the # of booksin the pentateuch
5
on day 5 of creation God created to inhabit what he created on day 2
birds and fish
on what day did God create dinosaurs that walked on the ground
6
what is not a classification of the table of nations?
cain
the patriarchal narrative begins in gen?
12
God changed jacobs name to
israel
2 things most important to ancient people were
land and descendants
who did the jews and the early church regard as the author of the pentateuch
moses
taking into account archeological , cultural, and literary evidence, the events of Gen 12-50 fit into what age
middle bronze
where did abrahams family originate
ur
what word describes the essence of creation in chs 1-2
perfect
exodus can best be characterized as a description of
rescue and relationship
while the cross is central in the NT, the OT has this central event
exodus
what was the most distinctive...?
linked covenant with God
what did human kind not lose as a result of original sin
need to be loved
which route of the exodus would have been the most direct
the northern route
the central emphasis in leviticus is
how to worship God
where was goshen located
northeastern egypt
what event serevs as the final event of the avalanche of sin in Gen ch 11
destruction of a tower
the decalogue is known as the
10 commandments
when the worshipper placed his hand on the head of the sacrificial animal he
identified the animal as his substitute
what was an indication of God's leadership throughout the journey of the israelites (numbers 9)
cloud over the tabernacle
which patriarch used lying and deciet to get what he wanted
all of them
which is not one of the main 3 theological concepts developed in genesis
salvation
how long did the israelites stay at Mt Sianai
11 months
which book seems to interrupt the flow of the storyline of the pentateuch
leviticus
who was born last
manasseh(josephs son)
what was the punishment given to the israelites for not entering the promised land on time
no one over 20 would enter the promised land
what was the main purpose of the tabernacle
God's way of living in the midst of his people
how many long speeches of moses are in deuteronomy
3
what is not one of the historical challanges of the exodus
theophany
what type of document is deuteronomy primarily
covenant
salvation is the theme of which book of the pentateuch
exodus
holliness is the theme of which book of the pentateuch
leviticus
renewal is the theme for
deuteronomy
how did sin enter the world
through the disobedience of adam and eve
when the flood came how long did it rain
40 days and 40 nights
what was the most important part of what esau sold to jacob
the promise...Abraham...?
deuteronomy begins where numbers ends, the people are not
wandering in the desert
what was not a main theme of moses' speeches
fate of the caananites
deuteronomy means
second law
MOSES sister was
miriam
how did God change the bitter water
cut down a tree and throw it in the water
what miracle did God perform at Rephidim
brought water from a rock
what is the 1st commandment
have no other God before me