LUOA - 1.4.7 Test - Module 1

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In what two languages was the Old Testament originally written?
Hebrew
Aramaic
The Massoretes also had strict guidelines regarding how they copied the Old Testament Scriptures. Identify three of these guidelines below.
- They knew the number of times each letter of the alphabet appeared in each book.
- If a copy did not agree exactly with the original, it was destroyed.
- Counted the number of words and letters in each book and also calculated the middle word and middle letter.
The three most famous kings throughout Israel's monarchy were:
David
Saul
Solomon
Identify four myths about the Old Testament.
The OT is too difficult to understand.
The OT is insignificant.
The OT is inconsistent with the NT.
The OT is outdated.
The English Old Testament has the same books as the Hebrew Bible, although they are arranged differently. Unlike the English Old Testament, the Hebrew Bible is arranged into three main sections. What are these three sections?
Prophets
Writings
Law
What are the earliest manuscripts of the Old Testament that have been found to date?
Dead Sea Scrolls
Unlike Jews, why do Christians not celebrate the Passover?
Because Jesus is the Passover Lamb; He can be celebrated every day.
How many times is the Old Testament quoted in the New Testament?
Over 1,600 times.
Where were the people of the world, when God first dispersed the human race?
Tower of Babel
On the Day of Atonement, what was the first goat used for?
It had the sins of the people confessed over it and thus it was slaughtered as a substitute sacrifice.
How many books are in the English Old Testament? How many authors?
39 books; about 30 authors
How could each Israelite family avoid the tenth plague while in Egypt?
By placing the blood of an unblemished animal above the doorpost to their house.
What are the five Old Testament Books of the Law also referred to as?
The Torah
On the Day of Atonement, what was the second goat used for?
It had the sins of the people confessed over it and then it was sent away into the wilderness.
When Israel's kingdom split into two after Solomon's death, what were the two new kingdoms known as?
Northern Kingdom (Israel); Southern Kingdom (Judah)
On which day of creation did God create humans? (Genesis 1)
Six
There is a reoccurring theme in Genesis 1. After God creates, He calls what He has created "good." In Genesis 2, God calls something "not good" for the very first time. What is God referring to when He says this?
It is not good that man should be alone.
Who tempts Adam and Eve in Genesis 3?
The serpent (Satan)
What are the names of Adam and Eve's three children in Genesis 4?
Seth
cain
Abel
How many people were on the ark when God caused the Great Flood? (Genesis 7)
8
When Noah got off the ark, what is the first thing he did? (Genesis 8)
Built an altar to the Lord (worshiped God).
What promise did God make to Abram (Abraham) in Genesis 15?
That his descendants would be as numerable as the stars in the sky.
What is the main event that takes place in Genesis 19?
God destroys Sodom and Gomorrah (He rescues Lot and his family).
In 50-100 words, explain how the story of Abraham, taking his son Isaac to be sacrificed, foreshadows God sending His Son to be sacrificed on the cross for the sins of the world. (Genesis 22)
The story of Abraham starts out of Sarah had a baby boy named Isaac. God wanted to know if Abraham would obey him. So, God told to sacrifice Isaac on a mountain. Abraham loved his son very much and did not want to sacrifice Isaac. But Abraham wanted to obey God. God told them to go to a mountain, he took Isaac and two men with them. Abraham and Isaac rode on a donkey for three days. The two men stayed with the donkey, while Isaac and Abraham walked up the mountain. Abraham took a knife and Isaac took some wood. Isaac asked where the lamb was for the sacrifice, Abraham told him not to worry. Abraham build an alter and put wood on it. Abraham tied Isaac down and got ready, until a angel spoke to him and said don't sacrifice Isaac. But sacrifice this ram. God loved Abraham because he obeyed God. God said he will bless Abraham's family. Abraham obeyed God that he was willing to let his son die. What Abraham did was like what our heavenly father did on the cross. God and Abraham loved their sons and Jesus and Isaac loved their fathers and obeyed them.
Which son is blessed by Isaac in Genesis 27?
Jacob
God is on a _____ to _____ His creation. Just as He called people in Genesis to join in on that ____ , He continues to call believers today.
Answer 1:
mission
Answer 2:
redeem
Answer 3:
mission
We should pay close attention to the first eleven chapters of the book of Genesis, because at least five key questions that most humans have are answered within the eleven chapters. What are these five questions?
Where did all the different people groups and languages come from?
Where did animals come from?
Why is there so much evil in the world?
Where did the universe come from?
Where did humans come from and what is their purpose?
There are many major events in Exodus; choose three of them below.
God uses Moses to deliver the Israelites from Egyptian slavery.
The Israelites build the tabernacle (God's dwelling place prior to the temple).
God gives the people His Law.
Although there are many people mentioned in Exodus, there are only four main characters in this book. Who are they?
Miriam
Aaron
Moses
Pharaoh
What were the names of the two men God called and equipped to build the tabernacle?
Bezalel
Oholiab
What was significant about the tabernacle?
It was God's dwelling place with His people prior to the temple.
Who is the author of Genesis?
Moses
In which verse does God initiate His plan of redemption, by promising to send One who would overcome sin and Satan?
Genesis 3:15
Who sinned in the Garden of Eden by disobeying God and giving into the temptation of the serpent?
Adam and Eve
What does "exodus" mean?
departure
Which one of Jacob's sons was sold into Egyptian slavery by his brothers, lived an obedient life, and was blessed by God as a result?
Joseph
In the Garden of Eden, God gave Adam and Eve the _______ to follow Him; He gives people the same _______ today.
choice
Which one of the twelve tribes of Israel did Jesus eventually come from?
Judah
What book is the first book in the Old Testament?
Genesis
The _______ celebration in Exodus points to Jesus as the sinless _______ Lamb.
Passover
What major event is found in Leviticus 16?
Day of Atonement
In the book of Deuteronomy, the Israelites were about to enter the _______ _______.
Promised Land
In Deuteronomy, God instructed Moses to retell the _____ to the Israelites, in order to prepare them to enter into the Promised Land.
Law
What does "Deuteronomy" mean?
second law
What does "Leviticus" mean?
pertaining to Levites/priests
In the book of Numbers, where do the Israelites wander for forty years as a result of their disobedience to God?
in the wilderness
How could Leviticus be summarized into one sentence?
God is holy and He desires for His people to live holy lives.
Why is it significant that Jesus is the Great High Priest?
Because of Jesus' death on the cross, we can have direct access to God regardless of our location or the time of day.
One of the key themes in Numbers is: God ___ those who are ___ and punishes those who are disobedient .
honors
obedient
punishes
disobedient
Choose three references to Jesus (pictures of Christ) in Leviticus from the list below.
Jesus is the Great High Priest.
Jesus is the perfect sacrifice that makes all other sacrifices unnecessary.
Jesus is the fulfillment of the Law.
Leviticus 11:45 - "For I am the Lord who brought you up out of the land of Egypt to be your ____. You shall therefore be _____ , for I am holy."
Lord
Egypt
God
holy
Of all the Israelites who were about to enter into the Promised Land in the book of Numbers, who were the only two that God eventually allowed to enter into the Promised Land?
Joshua
Caleb
"The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace."
Numbers 6:24-26
"...a star shall come out of Jacob, and a scepter shall rise out of Israel; it shall crush the forehead of Moab and break down all the sons of Sheth."
Numbers 24:17
"The Lord is slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love, forgiving iniquity and transgression, but he will by no means clear the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, to the third and the fourth generation."
Numbers 14:18
In Genesis 28, what promises did God make to Jacob in his dream? (Choose three)
That he and his descendants would inherit land.
That his offspring would be like the dust of the earth.
That He (God) would never leave him.
Why did Joseph's brothers ultimately sell him to the Ishmaelites? (Genesis 37)
They were jealous of him.
What did Pharaoh do after Joseph interpreted his dreams for him? (Genesis 41)
Put Joseph in charge of his house.
How does the story of Joseph end? (Genesis 45; Genesis 50)
Joseph praises God for working all things in his life together for good. Joseph's family comes to live with him in Egypt.
How does God appear to Moses in Exodus 3? How does God describe Himself in this encounter with Moses?
Burning bush; "I am who I am."
God grants the Israelites victory when they _______ _______.
follow Him
The Greek form of "Joshua" is _______.
Jesus
_______ is God's final solution to the problem of sin, oppression, suffering, and evil.
Jesus
Where does the title for the book of Joshua come from?
Joshua, Israel's second great leader
The name "Joshua" comes from the Hebrew word yehoshua, which means what?
The Lord is salvation.
Who is the author of Judges?
Samuel
How did Joshua divide up the Promised Land?
Amongst the twelve tribes of Israel.
What was the name of the person who hid the two men that Joshua sent to scope out the Promised Land?
Rahab
The book of Judges shows Christians today that even when they fall short of God's _____ standards, God still extends His mercy and grace when they _____ upon His name.
holy
call
"In those days when there was no_____ in Israel, everyone did what was ______ in his own eyes" (Judges 17:6).
king
right
Much like the ________ were more than conquerors through ______ , ________ today are more than conquerors through _______ .
Israelites
God
Christians
Christ
In the book of Joshua,_____ leads the ______ across the_____ River and into the Promised Land (Canaan), where _______ gives them the land and divides it up among the tribes of________ .
Joshua
Israelites
Jordan
God
Israel
Choose the five main people from the book of Joshua.
Eleazar
Rahab
Phinehas
Joshua
Achan
Identify three key themes in the book of Joshua.
God is the righteous judge.
When God's people come together in His name, they can accomplish great things.
God always keeps His promises.
The cycle in the book of Judges is as follows: 1) Israel disobeys God and is oppressed; 2) Israel cries out to God and He sends a _____ to deliver them; 3) Israel is delivered and experiences______ ; 4) Israel disobeys God and is oppressed...and so the cycle continues.
judge
peace
God sent ten plagues upon Egypt because Pharaoh refused to free God's people from Egyptian slavery. What was the tenth plague? (Exodus 10-11)
Death of the firstborn
What miracle does God perform in Exodus 14?
He divides the Red Sea so the Israelites can cross on dry ground.
What does God give Moses in Exodus 20?
The Ten Commandments.
What sin did the Israelites commit in Exodus 32?
They worshiped a golden calf rather than the one true God.
What were the two goats used for in Leviticus 16?
One was used as the substitute sacrifice; the other was used as the scapegoat.