BIBL 104 Quiz 3

BIBL 104 Quiz 3 Liberty University Answers

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  1. In a general sense the proverbs can be grouped into two major forms. One of these forms is
  2. Job’s friends assume he must have done something terribly wrong, unjust, or unwise to experience such an incredible tragedy.
  3. The __________ focus on the Lord’s kingdom rule over His creation.
  4. Job is convinced that if he could only have the opportunity to present his case to God, then God would realize he is judging the wrong man, and Job would be proclaimed innocent.
  5. In his response to Job, God appeals to creation as a demonstration of his unfathomable wisdom.
  6. Most proverbs take the form of a four-line unit, with the first line corresponding to the fourth line and the second line corresponding to the third line This correspondence is through some form of parallelism.
  7. Proverbs are typically based on education and knowledge.
  8. The ____________________ are expressions of trust in the Lord and praise to the Lord for the security He provides to those who trust in Him.
  9. The ______________ are songs of praise the people sang as they made pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
  10. Job’s three friends were Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar.
  11. Proverbs are written in such a simple way that they produce reflection within the mind of the reader.
  12. “Genuine righteousness leads to life, but pursuing evil leads to death.” (Prov. 11:19) is an example of
  13. The list of individuals who composed material in the Psalms includes Saul.
  14. Proverbs concentrates primarily on practical issues rather than focusing on theological issues.
  15. Most of the book of Proverbs is attributed to
  16. are prayers that celebrate the special relationship between the Lord and the house of the Davidic king.
  17. predictively refer to Christ, the anointed messianic King.
  18. “Good news from a distant land is like cold water to a parched throat.” (Prov. 25:25) is an example of
  19. In a general sense the proverbs can be grouped into two major forms. One of these forms is
  20. Job states his faith in the resurrection when he says: “I know that my redeemer lives…And after my skin has been destroyed, yet in my flesh I will see God.”
  21. Job’s friends respond to his suffering by saying, “Why don’t you curse God and die?”
  22. According to our textbook, _________________ is one of the more popular topics in the book of Proverbs.
  23. are songs of praise that focus on the Lord’s eternal attributes and His great acts in creation and history.
  24. “Pride comes before destruction, and an arrogant spirit before a fall.” (Prov. 16:18) is an example of
  25. According to our textbook, the expression “_______________” refers to the activities of man as observed and experienced from a human perspective.
  26. In the book of Job the Lord presents his servant Job as a model of righteousness before Satan.
  27. “The one who conceals hatred has lying lips, and whoever spreads slander is a fool.” (Prov. 10:18) is an example of
  28. According to our textbook, perhaps the greatest benefit the believer can gain by studying the Song of Songs is the reminder that love is a gift from God and should be enjoyed as a gift.
  29. A _________________ is a prayer offered in times of trouble, pleading for God’s help, intervention, and deliverance.
  30. The focus of the Proverbs is heavenly rather than earthly.
  31. According to our textbook, the _____________________ is a reoccurring theme or motif found throughout the book of Ecclesiastes.
  32. The list of individuals who composed material in the Psalms includes David.
  33. Proverbs contains a balanced view of wealth and poverty.
  34. According to our textbook, _________________ is one of the more popular topics in the book of Proverbs.
  35. In response to his friends’ advice, Job admits that he is a sinner but that his sins are not categorically vile. Job asserts that he may have committed mortal sins but he certainly did not commit venial ones.
  36. Job accuses God of prejudice and curses the day of his birth.
  37. According to our textbook, allegorical interpretations of the Song of Songs are correct since they are based on careful exegesis of the text in the Song of Songs.
  38. According to our textbook, _____________________ is a reoccurring theme or motif found throughout the book of Ecclesiastes.
  39. According to our textbook, Job’s three friends are commended for their companionship but are condemned for their false accusations and misguided theology.
  40. According to our textbook, _________________ is one of the more popular topics in the book of Proverbs.
  41. are prayers expressing thanks to God for specific answers to prayer or for deliverance from danger.
  42. The title “Song of Songs” can literally be translated from the Hebrew “The Greatest Song of Solomon.”
  43. According to our textbook, _____________________ is a reoccurring theme or motif found throughout the book of Ecclesiastes.
  44. According to our textbook, the _____________________ is a reoccurring theme or motif found throughout the book of Ecclesiastes.
  45. According to our textbook, the _____________________ is a reoccurring theme or motif found throughout the book of Ecclesiastes.
  46. The Hebrew word hevel, literally means
  47. According to our textbook, the value of _______________ is a reoccurring theme or motif found throughout the book of Ecclesiastes.
  48. The list of individuals who composed material in the Psalms includes Moses.
  49. The psalms are divided into _____________ books.
  50. The Proverbs are wise sayings that express deep truths in capsule form.

Other sets

  1. The major theological theme of Chronicles is…
  2. Transitional words (such as again, especially, truly, only, in fact, ….) that signal emphasis communicate tone and emotion in a passage.
  3. The inclusion of the Elijah narratives designed to express the courage of the prophets and expose the evil of the northern kings.
  4. Other transitional words signal a reason or purpose. Identifying these words when studying a passage of Scripture points to God’s intention or motivation as communicated through the human author.
  5. In Samuel, we see that God’s vision for Israel’s king was very much in line with the vision of the type of king the people desired.
  6. How do we see God’s providence at work in the events described in the book of Ezra?
  7. 1 and 2 Kings are expressed from the perspective of the prophets in their dealing with the kings of Israel and Judah.
  8. David’s faith in the Lord was a key difference between Saul and David.
  9. Out of Ezra’s reforms Israel’s unique identity was preserved, orthodox Judaism was defined, and according to Talmudic tradition, the Hebrew canon was established.
  10. What was Israel’s major struggle for survival during the era of the judges?
  11. God used Esther to protect the Messianic line of Christ.
  12. Despite his gift of physical strength given by the power of the Spirit, Samson’s inability to conquer his own passions ultimately led to his demise.
  13. What is hyperbole?
  14. When the kings listened to the message of God’s servants the prophets, they made the right decisions and experienced the blessings of God. When the leaders rejected the prophet’s inspired message, the entire nation suffered.
  15. The Davidic Covenant points to its ultimate fulfillment in Jesus Christ. The promises to David anticipate the coming of David’s greater son who will rule in perfect obedience to God’s covenant.
  16. Some transitional words identify place or location. It important to identify these words when studying a passage of Scripture. Transitional words can also refer to:
  17. What was King Solomon’s crowning achievement?
  18. What are some ways that nouns function in a sentence?
  19. Different translations will frequently agree on how to render a verse. But differences in translation philosophy are bound to result in translation differences as well.
  20. Why was the building of the second temple so important for the Jewish people and religion?
  1. Out of Ezra’s reforms Israel’s unique identity was preserved, orthodox Judaism was defined, and according to Talmudic tradition, the Hebrew canon was established.
  2. What does Esther’s experience tell us about God’s working in our own lives?
  3. Why was the building of the second temple so important for the Jewish people and religion?
  4. When the kings listened to the message of God’s servants the prophets, they made the right decisions and experienced the blessings of God. When the leaders rejected the prophet’s inspired message, the entire nation suffered.
  5. The Davidic Covenant points to its ultimate fulfillment in Jesus Christ. The promises to David anticipate the coming of David’s greater son who will rule in perfect obedience to God’s covenant.
  6. Samuel represents the transition from the judges to the kings as God used him to anoint Israel’s first two kings ushering in the era of the monarchy.
  7. David’s faith in the Lord was a key difference between Saul and David.
  8. Despite their failings, Israel’s practices of religious compromise did not lead to moral corruption and civil catastrophe in Judges.
  9. The message of Judges is……
  10. What was King Solomon’s crowning achievement?
  11. How do we see God’s providence at work in the events described in the book of Ezra?
  12. 1 and 2 Kings are expressed from the perspective of the prophets in their dealing with the kings of Israel and Judah.
  13. The major theological theme of Chronicles is…
  14. The providence of God is not evident in the book of Esther.
  15. The recurring theme we see in the rule of the judges is _____________ which was displayed in her covenant violations of idolatry and immorality.
  16. Many believe Mordecai was the original author of the book of Esther.
  17. God used Esther to protect the Messianic line of Christ.
  18. What was Israel’s major struggle for survival during the era of the judges?
  19. Why did God allow Assyria and Babylon to conquer Israel and Judah?
  20. Ezra’s love for the Word of God influenced his life and ministry as he led the people through moral reformation and covenant renewal.
  21. The inclusion of the Elijah narratives designed to express the courage of the prophets and expose the evil of the northern kings.
  22. In Samuel, we see that God’s vision for Israel’s king was very much in line with the vision of the type of king the people desired.
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