5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Primeval narratives
- a People who lived in the area of israel called Samaria. The Samaritans came from Jews who married non-Jews.
- b Restatement of the law of Mt. Sinai on the plains of Moab, three addresses from Moses (1:1-6)
- c 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.
- d One and only one god who exhibited the powers and qualities of all gods. Variety of gods as a supreme manifestation of one supreme being
- e Genesis 1-11. The story of universal beginnings, against which Israel's story is set.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, "The Twelve"
- Matthew Mark and Luke--because they each include many of the same stories, very few differences in sequence
- Greek term for bible, the books
- Members of the highest order of angels, often pictured with three sets of wings; Isaiah saw them in a vision of God sitting on a throne in the temple. A seraphim placed coal in Isaiah's mouth to cleanse him. Depiction of how powerful God is
- A mutual agreement between 2 parties to live together under a set of shared expectations (i.e. God & Abraham)
5 True/False questions
Septuagint → Growing sense of separation between the divine and the human, questions of accessibility to gods and of "new world" to come ruled by the divine
Deuteronomistic History → Deuteronomy, Joshua, Samuel, and Kings -> It's an extended version of Israel's history from the conquest under Joshua to the destruction in 587 BC
Cosmopolitanism → Part of the world
Zealots → Jews that rose up in armed rebellion against Rome in 66ce; unsuccessful, and Jewish Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed
Ancestral narratives → Genesis 1-11. The story of universal beginnings, against which Israel's story is set.