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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Wisdom in these passages represents? Prov. 8:22-36; Sirach 24:1-12; Wisdom 7-9
  2. Explain Jeremiah 31:31ff and the New Covenant.
  3. What does the fact that it is divided into 5 sections signify?
  4. Explain the 4th suffering servant poem in Is. 52:13-53:12.
  5. What is the "intent of the author" with respect to Genesis 1?
  1. a Remind them of the Torah (1st 5 books of the bible)
  2. b There is only one God, creation is good, creation comes about through the word and liturgical interests/Sabbath services
  3. c About an unknown suffering person whose sufferings redeem others
  4. d Personified wisdom (wisdom is shown as a person)
  5. e The New covenant will be written on people's hearts

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Myth means a deeper spiritual truth than ordinary pros would
  2. 2
  3. The hymn book of the second temple
  4. Why the good (innocent) suffer
  5. Book of constellations; Good news of announcing the return after end the exile and new exodusDesert signifies the time of the people in the desert when the people were faithful

5 True/False questions

  1. Describe the Son of Man in Daniel 7:13-14.Daniel is like Joseph because he interprets dreams

          

  2. What new belief is emerging in Daniel and Maccabees?Reality is a mystery

          

  3. What is the meaning of faith in Job?The hymn book of the second temple

          

  4. What is the significance of Jeremiah's—1) burying his underwear in the ground? 2) buying a piece of land and burying the deed in the ground?Burying underwear makes it dirty and rotten and symbolizes people because they are rotten because they were unfaithful Buying a piece of land and burying the deed in the ground is a message of hope

          

  5. What is the "abomination of desolation" and what Jewish festival celebrated its removal?There is only one God, creation is good, creation comes about through the word and liturgical interests/Sabbath services

          

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