BIBL 104 Quiz 2

BIBL 104 Quiz 2 Liberty University Answers

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  1. ______________ was not a Judge in Israel.
  2. The Judge ______________ tore down his father’s Baal altar that was kept on the family farm.
  3. The real key to the success of the Judges was the empowerment of the Spirit of God who enabled them to accomplish great feats.
  4. The major theological theme of 1–2 Chronicles is the importance of true worship.
  5. David obeyed God in purchasing a threshing floor to build “an altar to the Lord.” On this site Solomon would later build the temple.
  6. In general, Elijah’s miraculous ministry resulted in the return of the nation to covenant faithfulness.
  7. David captures Jerusalem from the Jebusites and moves the Ark of the Covenant there.
  8. Joshua’s miraculous water crossing affirmed his leadership to the people of Israel.
  9. The beginning chapters of 1 Samuel draw a sharp contrast between Eli and his ungodly sons and the godly prophet Samuel.
  10. Joshua’s theophanic encounter affirmed his leadership to the people of Israel.
  11. The reforms of _______________ categorize him as one of Judah’s best kings.
  12. Ruth was a Gentile and a Moabitess. This means she was a descendent of _____________.
  13. Ahab and his wife Jezebel were wicked rulers in the Northern Kingdom.
  14. Each cycle in the book of Judges portrays a downward spiral. This spiral includes Gideon’s foolish vow.
  15. The spirituality of Samuel’s lineage is seen in Hannah’s prayer for a child and her vow to dedicate her child to the Lord.
  16. Elijah, the lone prophet of God, confronted the 450 prophets of Baal on
  17. In the ________________ campaign, God sent a hailstorm in order to defeat Israel’s enemies.
  18. Half of the tribe of Manasseh settled land on the East bank of the Jordan River.
  19. Saul’s disobedience of the divine command to abolish the Moabites caused Yahweh to reject him as king.
  20. When the nation of Israel divided the Kingdom to the north was known as
  21. David’s character is highlighted in that he refuses to kill Saul. This shows his respect for the office of king and the significance of God’s anointing.
  22. According to our textbook, the uniqueness of Samson was
  23. ____________ killed the unsuspecting commander Sisera with a tent peg and a mallet.
  24. The Judge ________________ equipped his men with trumpets, pitchers, and torches and surprised the unsuspecting Midian and Amalekite raiders. The enemy was thrown into
confusion and led to an incredible Israelite victory.
  25. Nehemiah’s covenant enforcement took the form of excluding foreigners from the assembly, removing Tobiah from the temple, restoring the Levitical tithes, stopping Sabbath breaking, and disciplining those who had intermarried with pagans.
  26. According to our textbook, one reason for the northern kingdom’s downfall is that they rejected the ministries of the prophets who sought to enforce the covenant.
  27. The second covenant renewal ceremony includes Joshua’s affirmation: “As for me and my family, we will worship the Lord.”
  28. 2 Samuel records only the highlights and positive episodes in King David’s reign.
  29. In the _______________ campaign, Joshua destroyed Hazor, a major Canaanite fortress city.
  30. Elijah was primarily a prophet to the Southern Kingdom.
  31. Through the birth of ____________ to Ruth and Boaz, Naomi’s prior emptiness and bitterness is reversed.
  32. The message to Samuel from God is that He will bypass a disobedient generation and call a new generation to follow Him.
  33. The high point for David is the reception of the Davidic covenant. The covenant’s unconditional nature and conditional blessing set the stage for the rest of 2 Samuel.
  34. ______________ was not a Judge in Israel.
  35. Each cycle in the book of Judges portrays a downward spiral. This spiral includes Jephthah’s immoral relationship with foreign women.
  36. The tribe of Dan settled land on the East bank of the Jordan River.
  37. The rediscovery of the covenant law caused King Josiah to lead the nation of Judah in covenant renewal and reform.
  38. According to our textbook, in 2 Samuel the narrative shifts from the godly prophet Samuel to the reign of King Saul.
  39. The events surrounding the selection of Saul for king demonstrate that he was the people’s choice. The people seemed to focus on Saul’s outward appearance rather than his heart.
  40. When the nation of Israel divided, the Kingdom to the south was known as
  41. When the nation of Israel divided, the Kingdom to the south was known as
  42. God’s promise to Abraham that He would bless all nations begins to come to fruition through Boaz and Ruth.
  43. Saul was not the tenth generation of Judah’s son Perez. Thus, he could not be the rightful King of Israel.
  44. The Jewish Feast of ____________ originates in the story of Esther.
  45. The Jewish Feast of ____________ originates in the story of Esther.
  46. Solomon’s ________________ turned him away from wholeheartedly following the Lord.
  47. In the north, Jeroboam built two sanctuaries (temples or high places) at
  48. While Joshua prepared to attack Jericho he
  49. According to our textbook, _______________ is obvious throughout the book of Esther.
  50. As Samuel aged, the people of Israel insisted that they should select a king “like all the other nations.

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  1. A devotional commentary is the key and best tool for sermon preparation.
  2. The following is one of the lessons about racial discrimination that we can learn from the incident involving Moses’ wife at Hazeroth.
  3. The purpose of the book of Leviticus was to teach Israel how they were to…
  4. Which of the following was not a part of the preparations that were made by the Israelites before they attempted to conquer the cities of Canaan.
  5. Which answer best explains why we often fail to make observations as we read the Bible?
  6. The significance of the divine name “I AM” refers to God’s authority and preeminence.
  7. In what way is Abraham’s faith an example to us today?
  8. Deuteronomy does not parallel suzerain vassal treaties common in the ancient Near East?
  9. The fallen nature of humanity affected our relationship to God by resulting in broken communication with the Creator.
  10. How did the conquest fulfill God’s covenant promises to Abraham’s descendants?
  11. A pastoral or expositional commentary is not verse-by-verse, but rather deals with theological and doctrinal paraphrases taken from the biblical text.
  12. What answer best explains why having a couple different Bible translations is a helpful tool for studying the Scriptures.
  13. How did the establishment of cities of refuge ensure social justice in Israel?
  14. Our own personal sins hinder our ability to understand God’s Word when we do not confess, repent, and respond with obedience to the Holy Spirit’s conviction.
  15. What is the central text of Scripture relevant to the question, “Who wrote the Bible?”
  16. The election of Israel was confirmed by the Noahic covenant (15:1–6) and reaffirmed to his descendants Isaac, Jacob, and Jacob’s twelve sons— forefathers of the nation of Israel.
  17. In what way are human beings uniquely created by God?
  18. How does the biblical description of the flood (Genesis 6–9) indicate its extent?
  19. An Illustrated Bible Dictionary provides a quick topical overview; a Bible Handbook is an overview of each book, including theological themes and historical background.
  20. The laws of sanctification were intended to mark Israel as a unique people who were “separated” from the practices of their pagan neighbors.
  1. Moses was a Hebrew leader who was experienced with the life of the Egyptian court and yet had a traditional Semitic social background.
  2. The Mosaic covenant offered the nation of Israel the opportunity to be the vessel through which God would transmit His redemptive purposes to the rest of mankind.
  3. How did the conquest fulfill God’s covenant promises to Abraham’s descendants?
  4. How does the biblical description of the flood (Genesis 6–9) indicate its extent?
  5. How do we know the “commander of the Lord’s army” was a divine being?
  6. The fallen nature of humanity affected our relationship to God by resulting in broken communication with the Creator.
  7. What does the book of Numbers teach us about our walk with God?
  8. The significance of the divine name “I AM” refers to God’s authority and preeminence.
  9. Literary Genre refers to the different types of literature found in the Bible.
  10. In what way is Abraham’s faith an example to us today?
  11. The offering known as the trespass or guilt offering was designed to atone for sin as well as make restitution for particular sins involved offering a _____ without defect.
  12. Deuteronomy is in large part Moses explaining the law to a new generation of Israelites.
  13. Which of the following was not a part of the preparations that were made by the Israelites before they attempted to conquer the cities of Canaan.
  14. In what way are human beings uniquely created by God?
  15. According to Hayes and Duvall “There are two main approaches to translation: the formal approach (sometimes labeled “literal” or “word‐for‐word”) and the functional approach (often called “idiomatic” or “thought‐for‐thought”).”
  16. In what way does Deuteronomy read like a series of case laws?
  17. The purpose of the book of Leviticus was to teach Israel how they were to…
  18. How does the Passover prefigure Christ’s death for us?
  19. At Kadesh‐barnea the Israelites turned back in unbelief and then wandered in the wilderness.
  20. In the Old Testament you will encounter the following genres narrative, law, poetry, prophecy, epistle, gospel, and wisdom.
  21. ___ illustrates how God is the redeemer from injustice, sin, and oppression and thus serves as a paradigm for all future redemption.
  22. In what way is Abraham’s faith an example to us today? Abraham believed God, and it was credited to him as
  23. What was the significance of age twenty as an age of accountability for Israelite men?
  24. How did the establishment of cities of refuge ensure social justice in Israel?
  25. In what way are human beings uniquely created by God?
  26. Which of the following was not a part of the preparations that were made by the Israelites before they attempted to conquer the cities of Canaan.
  27. The laws of sanctification were intended to mark Israel as a unique people who were separated from the practices of their pagan neighbors:
  28. Deuteronomy does not parallel suzerain vassal treaties common in the ancient Near East?
  29. How did Joshua divide the land of Canaan in order to conquer it?
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