5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Saul, David, and Solomon
- a "devotion to God for destruction"
- b judge who got his strength from his hair. killed one thousand men with a jaw bone of an ass. pulled down the pillars to kill philistiens and killed himself. mother= nazerite
- c Jacob given this new name after wrestling with creature. "one who has contended with divine and human beings."
- d The Books of Samuel and the beginning of the First Book of Kings tells stories of...
- e prophet, almond tree, boiling pot. he was persecuted for God's sake.
5 Multiple choice questions
- An ancient city in Canaan, the first to be captured by the Israelites by marching around the walls
- when one spouse has sexual relations with someone outside of the marriage
- no other god but god
- Moses' successor who led the Israelites into the Promised Land
- a shepherd, a prophet who is said to roar like a lion. angry and rich and priests for no giving to the poor and keeping all the riches for themselves. visionary prophet
5 True/False questions
Davidic Covenant → (Old Testament) the 2nd king of the Israelites, fought Goliath. Married Michael. Played the lyre. fled to Nob. Saul came and slayed all the priests. Committed adultery with Bathsheeba.
Adam and Eve → the first man and woman; created from a rib taken from him. Lived in Garden of Eden. god told them not to eat from a tree but they did and got banished. Eve had to experiance cild birth, and adam had to work in the fields. They were also the first humans.
Babylon → the canaanite god of fertility, associated with storms and rain. He was the most prominent of the Canaanite gods and the one most often worshipped by the Israelites.
Sea of Reeds → written down and put into final form around the period of the Babylonian exile, in the sixth century bc. 1st book in the pentateuch. contains story of adam and eve
Joseph → This book describes how a prophet was instructed to marry an unfaithful woman and found in his own life a vivid illustration of the unfaithfulness of God's people and the faithfulness and love of God for His own.