5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Day of Yahweh
- a the second king of israel, a righteous one, as well as an acclaimed warrior
- b who rebuked David after the incident with Bathsheba and who intervened during the attempted palace coup by Adonijah.
- c appearances in 1-2 Samuel reflect her confinement as a woman caught in the fierce struggle over the kingship between her father, Saul, and her husband, David
- d is the second of the three major sections in the Hebrew Bible, the Tanakh. It falls between the Torah (teachings) and Ketuvim (writings
- e a day of final judgment
5 Multiple choice questions
- is the Philistine warrior, famous for his battle with the young David, the future king of Israel, described in the Hebrew Bible (Christian Old Testament) and, more briefly, in the Quran.
- king of the Kingdom of Judah, not counting queen Athaliah's reign
- taken alive by king saul, but then put to death by samuel at Gilgal
- was the owner of a portion of ground on the eastern slope of the hill of Jezreel. Described as a small "plat of ground", the vineyard seems to have been all he possessed and lay close to the palace of Ahab, who wished to acquire to "have it for a garden of herbs" (probably as a ceremonial garden for Baal worship
- originally a canaanite royal city, before it became one of the principle centers of the tribe of judah
5 True/False questions
Ahab → King of Israel (c.869-850 BCE), son of Omri and husband of Jezebel, a Sidonian princess. He defeated the armies of Damascus and came into conflict with Assyria.
Josiah → warns the people of Israel to turn back to YHWH.
Samaria → was twice the daughter-in-law of Judah, as well as the mother of two of his children - the twins Zerah and Pharez was also raped by hr brother
Isaiah → iterally means "anointed (one)". This refers to being anointed with the Holy anointing oil as described in Exodus.
Uriah → - King of Judah (r.c.640-609 BC) who restored its independence and undertook religious reforms, destroying idols and establishing the Great Temple at Jerusalem as the only official place of worship. His ambitions ended in defeat by the Egyptians at Megiddo.