6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- The Bible (Greek for book) is a collection of books, a minilibrary.
- Made up of five books of the Bible.
Usally called the Pentateuch, which means "five scrolls"
Tells stories about the begining of God's people, creation and the covenent.
Also called the Torah.
- Word refers to God's original law.
- All that God has taught about himself and his people.
- Tells people how to live wisely.
Contains psalms, poems, prayers, sermons, etc.
- Considered sacred by Jewish and Christian people. It is a preperation for the Gospel, which fulfills God's law.
5 True/False questions
Prophetic Books → Tells about the prophets and their messages to Gos's people.
They called the people to be faithful to God.
Historical Books → Show that God is the Lord of history.
Purpose is to remine the Hebrew people that God has been with them during all the events of their lives.
Four Parts of the Old Testament → Considered sacred by Jewish and Christian people. It is a preperation for the Gospel, which fulfills God's law.
Tradition → The beliefs and practices that have been passed down throughout the ages and have become a part of the Church's teachings.
Writers of the Bible → God is the primary author.