5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Holiness Code
- Nonwriting Prophet
- Saul, David, and Solomon
- a 1st=Babylon attacks Jerusalem but does not destroy them. 2nd=587 bc temple is destroyed. Jerusalem is destroyed
- b The Books of Samuel and the beginning of the First Book of Kings tells stories of...
- c son of Jacob and Rachel (favorite son); coat of many colors; after years in Egypt, forgave brothers and invited them and Jacob to live with him in Egypt. interpreted dreams of the pharaoh that there was going to be a famine.
- d found in leviticus chapter 17-26.
- e Nonwriting prophets do not have their own books. Tales about them were probably collected and passed along by their disciples. Among the nonwriting prophets are Samuel, Nathan, Elijah, and Elisha.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Abraham's son by Hagar, Sarah's servant. The founder of the Arab tribes
- has stirred up controversy among believers, both Christian and Jewish. focuses on the story of Adam and Eve.
- an Old Testament book telling how a Jewish official at the court of Artaxerxes I in 444 BC became a leader in rebuilding Jeruslaem after the Babylonian Captivity. important because the walls symbolized the outlines of Judaism's identity, and the walls provided a sense of security to Jerusalem's inhabitants
- Covenant that says the Messiah will come from the House of David
- a non writing prophet of the northern kingdom, carried on the mission of Elijah and performed many works of wonders and becomes known for his healing power. ex: saved a woman from selling her kids, cures man of leprosy, his dead body brings a dead man back to life
5 True/False questions
Israel → Jacob given this new name after wrestling with creature. "one who has contended with divine and human beings."
Moses → The Hebrew prophet who led the Israelites from Egypt across the Red sea on a journey known as the Exodus. Became a midianite after killing an Egyptian. Was called to by god to save his people. Gave the 10 plagues.
Sisera → son of Jacob and Rachel (favorite son); coat of many colors; after years in Egypt, forgave brothers and invited them and Jacob to live with him in Egypt. interpreted dreams of the pharaoh that there was going to be a famine.
Judges → temporary leaders appointed by God to lead the people of Israel when enemies oppressed them (samson, gideon, deborah, ruth)
rachel and leah → wives of jacob. father is laban. fell in love with rachel, but could only marry after he served her family seven years of labor. at the wedding, he was to marry the older, leah. he still wanted to marry rachel so he served seven more years. meanwhile, him and leah had many children.