5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Peripheal Prophet
- Authorship of the Pentateuch
- Julius Wellhausen
- a prophet on the margins of religious and political power structure:
Jehu and becoming king ->on the margin of religious and political power structure
- b 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
- c Ten Commandments
1. do not murder
2. do not commit adultery
3. honor father and mother
4. do not covet
5. no false idols
6. do not take the Lord's name in vain
7. Do not lie
8. Do not steal
9. no other gods before God
10. Keep sabbath holy
- d 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
- e 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.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Image of God calling down to someone to do a task
- An appearance of God, frequently associated with fire (i.e. Moses & burning bush, Mount Sinai with thunder & lightning)
- 3-4: Crossing the Jordan in same way they went out of Egypt
5: Circumsize the males and keep the Pentateuch
6: the city -> 7 days (Genesis and "7th day") of marching and walls will fall down, "the shout"
- Genesis 12-36. Section giving accounts of the ancestors of the Israelite people.
- Proto-Isaiah (1-39) written by Isaiah son of Amoz, Deutero-Isaiah (40-55) written by "second" Isaiah or Deutero-Isaiah, Trito-Isaiah (56-66)
5 True/False questions
66-70 C.E. → Jewish revolt and Jerusalem under attack by Roman army
The "Shema" → An appearance of God, frequently associated with fire (i.e. Moses & burning bush, Mount Sinai with thunder & lightning)
Cosmopolitanism → 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
Ark of the Covenant → 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
Samaritans → 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.