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History of Israel - Final

The final study guide for history of Israel
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The person who touched the ark to steady it was Uzzah
True
Jezebel was the queen who threatened Elijah
True
Elijah's contest with the prophets of Baal took place on Mt. Carmel.
True
Sennacherib lost 185,000 men in one night
True
The person who found the law in the days of Josiah was Hilkiah
True
The person who refused to sell his land to Ahab was Naboth
True
It was the persians who allowed the captives to return to Judah
True
The king of Judah who saw the sun's shadow go backwards was Ahaz
False - Hezekiah
Absalom was Daivd's son who rebelled against David
True
Hannah had only one son, Samuel.
False - 3 sons, 2 daughters
The primary reason the people wanted a king was to offset the power of the priesthood
false
Samson is the only major judge on whom the Spirit did not come
False
Saul said that he went ahead with the sacrifice because Samuel did not come in time.
True
The word go'el means redeemer
True
The Feast of Purim received its name from the gallows on which Haman was hanged
True
2 Samuel 7:14 has Messianic implication in its prophecy of a virgin birth for David's son
False
In the account of Micah and the Danites, Micah is the young Levite employed as a priest
False - Jonathan
The book of Daniel has visions/dreams of Nebuchadnezzar and also Daniel
True
The prophet involved in cleansing the leprosy of Naaman was Elijah
False - Elisha
The four-part cycle in the book of Judges is given ten times in the book, once for each judge
False - 12
The book of Ruth immediately follows 1 and 2 kings
False - 1 and 2 Chronicles
The song of Solomon immediately follows the book of proverbs
False - job
The book of Lamentations immediately follows the book of Isaiah
False - Jeremiah
The third book of the Minor Propets is the book of Joel
False - Amos
The book of Joel immediately follows the book of Jonah
False - Micah
The book of Judges immediately follows the book of Joshua
True
Ruth's native country was Judah
False - Moab
Hannah was Samuel's mother
True
Hanani was NEhemiah's brother
True
The career of Esther was after the days of Ezra and Nehemiah
False
Rahab's falsehood (called a 'salutary lie') is condemned in Hebrews 11, the faith chapter
False
Joshua said that their fathers had worshiped other gods beyond the River
True
The town of Ai has been definitely identified by archaeologists
False
Joshua requested that his bones be taken to Egypt for burial, back to where he was born
False
The men of war from the eastern tribes refused to help conquer Canaan
True
The harvest season was beginning when Israel crossed the Jordan
True
Joseph's nones were buried at Shechem
True
Joshua's farewell speech in Joshua 23 was given at Shechem
True
The Israelites pretended to flee from Ai when the second battle was fought there
True
Joshua sent only two men to Jericho as spies
True
The Biblical text indicates that Joshua set two ambush groups before attacking Ai
False - 1
Achan, the theif at Jericho, kept three items for himself
True
The group that deceived Israel is known as the Hivites
True
The soldiers who marched around Jericho were to sing praises each day as they marched
false
Achan's family was also executed with him
True
An innocent person who killed someone had to stay in a city of refuge for seven years
False
Israel faithfully conquered every city in the Promised Land
False
At the Battle of the Long Day, hail killed more of the enemy than did the Israelites
True
The Battle of the Long Day began at Gibeon
True
Lots were drawn to determine the final territorial allocations
True
When Caleb received his land allotment, he said he was 85 years old
True
Joshua commanded only the sun to satand still
False - moon included
The manna ceased when the conquest period ended
True
The rope by which the spies left Rahab's house became the sign for her safety
True
Gilgal was a fortified town just outside Jericho
True
Joshua was buried in the town of Timnath-serah, his town in the land of Canaan.
False - Ephraim
The rite of circumcision was renewed after the Jordan was crossed
True
The Lord instructed the Israelites to hamstring the horses of the northern union army
True
Israel observed the Feast of Passover just before crossing the Jordan
False
The city of Jericho was rebuilt in Old Testament times, in spite of Joshua's curse on it
False
The group of people who deceived Israel were made servants for the tabernacle
True
The Pentateuch includes the first six books of the Old Testament
False
The second section of the Old Testament is called the Books of Poetry
False
The name of the memorial altar at the edge of the Jordan was "witness"
True
People from Bethel also helped Ai to resist the Israelite Invasion
False
Joshua and the Israelites erected two altars to commemorate the crossing of the Jordan
True
An Israelite who had only daughters forfeited his land inheritance
False
The Levites had 48 cities given to them, scattered throughout the nation of Israel
True
Othniel received CAleb's daughter as his wife after capturing a city for him
True
Joshua's final speech resembles a Hittite suzerainty treaty
True
An Altar was erected on Mt. Gerizim when Joshua and the Israelites renewed the covenant
True
Simeon's inheritance was taken from land hat had been assigned to the Joseph tribes
True
The Jordan was crossed in the seventh month, at the end of the dry season
False - rainy season
The spy who recived Hebron as his area
Caleb
A prophet in David's reign
Nathan
Had a tent peg driven through his head
Sisera
Ruth's first husband
Mahlon
Ruths Second husband
Boaz
Number of tribal territories located east of the Jordan
3
Number of people Elijah was to anoint
3
Number of Levitical cities
48
Number of cities of refuge east of the Jordan
3
Number of cities of refuge west of the Jordan
3
Number of years that SAmaria was besieged
3
Number of judges in the book of Judges
12
Number of years that Solomon reigned
40
Number of years that Saul reigned according to Acts
40
Number of years that David reigned
40
Traditional number of Samson's feats
3
The first twon conquered in Canaan was?
Jericho
The second place Israel conquered in Canaan
Ai
A city that was captured by Cyrus the great
Babylon
The city where Solomon when to pray
Gibeon
A cave where David and his men hid
Adullam
His bones were taken from Egypt to Canaan
Joseph
He was the first boy king in Judah
Joash
He was the priest for the first return from Babylon
Jeshua
He was a priest who instructed a boy king in Judah
Jehoiada
He led Israel in conquering Canaan
Joshua
He commanded the sun to stand still
Joshua
He sent two spies to Jericho
Joshua
His grandmother was Athaliah
Joash
Number of dynasties for the nation of Israel
9
Number of trips around Jericho on the final day
7
Total number of tribal territories
13
Number of kings for the nation of Judah
19
Number of kings for the nation of Israel
19
Number of months in Jerusalems final siege
30
The old priest who guided Samuel
Eli
Sauls son
Jonathan
Sauls General
Abner
David's priest during his flight from Saul
Abiathar
Davids father
Jesse
Number of Benjamites who needed wives initially
900
number of male returnees in Ezra's day
1800
Number of miles from Babylon to Jerusalem
600
Number of returnees from Babylon the first time
50,000
Number of wives the Benjamites captured at Shiloh
600
he year that Samaria was conquered by Assyria
722
The year that the second Temple was dedicated
515
The year that Cyrus captured Babylon
539
The year captives were "first" taken from Jerusalem
605
The year that babylon destroyed Jerusalem
586
Two enemies of Nehemiah
Sanballat and Tobiah
Two cities burned by Israel in Joshua's day
Jericho and Hazor
Two mountains where Israel renewed the covenant
Ebal and Gerizim
Two cities where Jeroboam began false worship
Dan and Bethel
Two prophets who encouraged Temple rebuilding
Haggai and Zechariah
A password that some could not pronounce
Shibboleth
The hometown of Naomi
Bethlehem
The city where returnees gathered to leave Babylonia
Ahava
A city that led in deceiving Joshua and the Israelites
Gibeon
The city where SAul had his first military campaign
Jabesh-gilead
He was the king of Persia in the days of Ezra
Artaxerxes
King in Esther's Days
Xerxes
Esther's relative who cared for her
Mordecai
The king in the days of Nehemiah
Artaxerxes
A leader in the first return from Babylon
Zerubbabel
Led a reform in Jerusalem concerning the Sabbath
Nehemiah
The Perisan king who granted permission for the 1st return
Cyrus
Did a night-time inspection of the walls of Jerusalem
Nehemiah
Was the cupbearer for the king of Persia
Nehemiah
REnown for his frequent prayers
Nehemiah
Made the trip to Jerusalem without military escort
Ezra
Had a military escort for his return
Ezra
Led a mrriage reform that lasted several months
Nehemiah
Refused to meet with his enemies in the Plain of Ono
Nehemiah
Demanded that usury (intrest) not be charged
Nehemiah
Period of conquest
1406-1389
United Kingdom
1050-930
Period of the Judges
1389-1050
Period of Exile
586-538
Persian domination
538-332
Divided kingdom
930-586
Discovered how to make Samson weak
Delilah
She was a daughter of Jezebel
Athaliah
She was prophetess when Josiah's men found the law
Huldah
She was the daughter in law of Naomi
Ruth
She helped the spies at Jericho
Rahab