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  1. Samuel
  2. Apollinarianism
  3. remnant
  4. 2 Samuel 12:7
  5. Christological heresies
  1. a the heretical belief Jesus had a human body, but a divine soul (Terminator)
  2. b the remaining fragment of Jewish people after the years of exile under Assyria, Babylon, and Persia (this is a simple noun...)
  3. c prophet during the time of Saul, David, and Solomon
  4. d passage in which David was annointed King of Israel by Samuel
  5. e beliefs that deny official truths about Christ held by the Church; examples include Arianism, Docetism, and Pelagianism

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Bonus question: what was the name of the man David murdered because David had gotten the man's wife pregnant?
  2. infamous Selucid ruler who attempted to consolidate/strengthen his empire by outlawing Judaism and demanding worship of Zeus
  3. who says "Religion often gets in the way of God;" speaks about the Jubilee; "the poor are where God lives;" Justice vs. Charity; Pharoah & Equality; "Get involved in what God is doing;" Judgmentalism
  4. God's covenant of heritage and promised land; generations
  5. several opinions against having a documented set of beliefs: it's unnecessarily narrow, it's a political power play, and it's too philosophical; these were challenges to the _____

5 True/False questions

  1. treifseveral opinions against having a documented set of beliefs: it's unnecessarily narrow, it's a political power play, and it's too philosophical; these were challenges to the _____

          

  2. Davies articleGod/Abraham = a case of male bonding

          

  3. year of Jubileesect of Jews who were liberal and sought to study the applications of Torah to everyday life - Torah

          

  4. JahwistWhat does the J in the documentary hypothesis refer to? (hint - it starts with a J!)

          

  5. Docetismthe heretical belief (associated with the Gnostics) that Jesus had no human body and his suffering and death on the cross were apparent rather than real (Clark Kent)