← Religion 111 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Four-source hypothesis
- Synoptic Gospels
- a Part of the world
- b translation of Tanakh from Hebrew to Greek in beginning of 3rd c. B.C.E.
- c Combinations of religious ideas and gods
- d Matthew Mark and Luke--because they each include many of the same stories, very few differences in sequence
- e A take on the synoptic gospels: Matthew and Luke used the sources of Mark, Q, M-Source and L-Source.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Separates Deuteronomistic Source into Dtr1 and Dtr2. Dtr1 saw Israel's history as a contrast between God's judgement on the sinful northern kingdom of Jeroboam I (who set up the golden calves to be worshiped) and virtuous Judah, where faithful king David had reigned and where now the righteous Josiah was reforming the kingdom. The exilic Dtr2 overwrote this with warnings of a broken covenant and inevitable punishment and exile for sinful (in Dtr2's view) Judah.
- laymen who tried to preserve the Jewish faith through pious and legalistic practices, and although as a group they were strongly censured in Jesus' sermons, some of them were friends and supporters of Jesus and his disciples.
- Image of God calling down to someone to do a task
- Deuteronomy 6:4-5: "Hear oh Israel" -> single most important commandment
- Edict of Cyrus
5 True/False Questions
Central prophet → prophet in the center of religious and political power structure:
Amos banned from preaching in Bethel -> in the center of religious and political power structure
Samaritans → laymen who tried to preserve the Jewish faith through pious and legalistic practices, and although as a group they were strongly censured in Jesus' sermons, some of them were friends and supporters of Jesus and his disciples.
Jericho → 3-4: Crossing the Jordan in same way they went out of Egypt
5: Circumsize the males and keep the Pentateuch
6: the city -> 7 days (Genesis and "7th day") of marching and walls will fall down, "the shout"
Deuteronomistic History → Restatement of the law of Mt. Sinai on the plains of Moab, three addresses from Moses (1:1-6)
Ark of the Covenant → Primary post-Sinai symbol of the presence of God constructed by Moses at Mt. Sinai. Said to hold Ten Commandments, called "the footstool of YahWeh," leads to Promised Land