BIBL 105 Quiz 8

BIBL 105 Quiz 8 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. What have you learned in this course about the Old Testament that you didn’t know prior to taking BIBL 105 and how has that information specifically affected your worldviewor life?
  2. Hosea 11:1, “Out of Egypt I called my Son,” is fulfilled _____ in Matthew 2:15 in the life of Jesus.
  3. Obadiah is the _______ book in the Old Testament.
  4. In the book of Joel, the Day of the LORD depicts the time of God’s future _____.
  5. The central message of the prophet Zephaniah is that the _______ is near.
  6. Jonah was sent by the LORD to preach against the Assyrian city of _____.
  7. The LORD prepared a _____ to save Jonah’s life.
  8. The Edomites in the book of Obadiah were descendants of _______.
  9. When God saw that the Ninevites repented at Jonah’s preaching, He destroyed them anyway.
  10. God tells Hosea to give symbolic names to his three _____ that predict destruction on Israel.
  11. The ministry of Malachi, like that of Haggai and Zechariah, was _____ the Babylonian exile.
  12. Nahum 1 teaches that God is _______.
  13. Habakkuk 1 predicts that God will raise up the _____ to punish the nation of Judah.
  14. Joel 2 (quoted in Acts 2) predicts that God will one day pour out His _____ on all His people.
  15. The book of Nahum portrays the LORD as the Divine _____.
  16. The closing chapters of the book of Zechariah focus on the coming of _____.
  17. The message of Haggai to the people of Jerusalem was to rebuild the _____.
  18. _______ states about himself that he was neither a prophet nor the son of a prophet when he was called by God.
  19. The reluctance of Jonah to preach to the Assyrians shows Jonah’s own _____.
  20. Zechariah 14 predicts that the LORD Himself will set His feet upon and will split _____ when He returns.
  21. Zechariah 14 foresees the day when the LORD Himself will be king over the whole earth.

Set 2

  1. A major problem that Malachi addresses is the offering of inappropriate _______.
  2. The ancient Assyrians as portrayed in the book of Nahum were known for their extreme _______.
  3. When the city of Nineveh repented, Jonah was filled with _____.
  4. One major problem addressed in the book of Micah is social _____.
  5. Obadiah is the _______ book in the Old Testament.
  6. Joel 2 (quoted in Acts 2) predicts that God will one day pour out His _____ on all His people.
  7. The central message of the prophet Zephaniah is that the _______ is near.
  8. _______ states about himself that he was neither a prophet nor the son of a prophet when he was called by God.
  9. In the book of Joel, the Day of the LORD depicts the time of God’s future _____.
  10. Zechariah’s prophesies many things concerning Israel’s future _______.
  11. In Haggai 2, the LORD tells Zerubbabel, the Davidic ruler, “I will make you like my _____.”
  12. Nahum predicts the destruction of the Assyrian city of _____.
  13. Jonah was sent by the LORD to preach against the Assyrian city of _____.
  14. The book of Amos teaches the concept of _______ whereby God holds all nations accountable.
  15. The message of Haggai to the people of Jerusalem was to rebuild the _____.
  16. The book of Jonah teaches that God’s offer of salvation extends to _______.
  17. Jonah’s name in Hebrew means “_____.”
  18. God tells Hosea to give symbolic names to his three _____ that predict destruction on Israel.
  19. When God saw that the Ninevites repented at Jonah’s preaching, He destroyed them anyway.
  20. Micah 5 predicts that the Messiah will be born in _______.
  21. What have you learned in this course about the Old Testament that you didn’t know prior to taking BIBL 105 and how has that information specifically affected your worldviewor life?
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