5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Book of Leviticus
- Nonwriting Prophet
- hebrew scriptures
- Holiness Code
- Adam and Eve
- a found in leviticus chapter 17-26.
- b 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.
- c Nonwriting prophets do not have their own books. Tales about them were probably collected and passed along by their disciples. Among the nonwriting prophets are Samuel, Nathan, Elijah, and Elisha.
- d by the end of the first century a.d., this official set of _______ was defined. the dispersion of jews all over the empire spurred the definition of this. Torah, Prophets and Writings.
- e Can be thought of as a handbook of instructions for Israel's worship. book of laws, third book of the Pentateuch
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- son of Jacob and Rachel (favorite son); coat of many colors; after years in Egypt, forgave brothers and invited them and Jacob to live with him in Egypt. interpreted dreams of the pharaoh that there was going to be a famine.
- prophet, almond tree, boiling pot. he was persecuted for God's sake.
- the Hebrew patriarch who saved himself and his family and the animals by building an ark in which they survived 40 days and 40 nights of rain
- no other god but god
- passover. death of the 1st born
5 True/False Questions
Samuel → (Old Testament) Hebrew prophet and judge who anointed Saul as king. also anointed david
Elisha → a non writing prophet of the northern kingdom, carried on the mission of Elijah and performed many works of wonders and becomes known for his healing power. ex: saved a woman from selling her kids, cures man of leprosy, his dead body brings a dead man back to life
problem of Greek domination in Judea → Can be thought of as a handbook of instructions for Israel's worship. book of laws, third book of the Pentateuch
sabbath → "devotion to God for destruction"
deuteronomy → probably part of Josiah's reform movement, composed the book of Deuteronomy, and believed the Exile was inevitable because the people continued to defy god. people who wrote the bible