5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Ark of the Covenant
- Authorship of the Pentateuch
- Latter prophets
- a 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
- b Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, "The Twelve"
- c An abbreviation for Quelle, the "common" material found in Matthew and Luke but not in their other written source, the Gospel of Mark. A hypothetical collection of sayings of Jesus.
- d Question of who wrote the Pentateuch:
1. Did Moses write his own account of his own death, burial, mourning period and historical theological assessment?
2. Doublets/multiple accounts/attestations (Exodus 20:8-11) VS (Deuteronomy 5:12-15) ->clash of rationales
3. Differences in language, perpsective and theology
- e An appearance of God, frequently associated with fire (i.e. Moses & burning bush, Mount Sinai with thunder & lightning)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- German biblical scholar who researched the first five books of the Old Testament (Torah). Advanced the theory of documentary hypothesis, arguing that it's origins are redactions of the four texts: yahwist, elohist, deteuronomist, and priestly
- Edict of Cyrus
- People who lived in the area of israel called Samaria. The Samaritans came from Jews who married non-Jews.
- translation of Tanakh from Hebrew to Greek in beginning of 3rd c. B.C.E.
- Genesis 12-36. Section giving accounts of the ancestors of the Israelite people.
5 True/False Questions
515 B.C.E -- 70 C.E → Second Temple Period: The span of Jewish history spanning from the building of the 2nd temple in the Persian period to its destruction by the Romans in
Dualism → Jews that rose up in armed rebellion against Rome in 66ce; unsuccessful, and Jewish Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed
Isaiah 6:8 & 1 Kings 22 → 8th-7th century prophet. Very controversial and most quoted book. The holy one of Israel
SOD YAHWEH → council of the Lord, "call narrative" in Isaiah 6
Primeval narratives → Genesis 1-11. The story of universal beginnings, against which Israel's story is set.