OBST 515 Exam 2

OBST 515 Exam 2 Liberty University

  1. Evidence for the Documentary Hypothesis (JEDP) includes:
  2. Evangelical writers have noted that Deuteronomy resembles:
  3. In the prayer of Moses in Deut. 9, he mentioned what places of rebellion?
  4. What were the two great sins of first generation Israelites?
  5. The placing of a name on something indicated:
  6. Forbidden foods included some of the:
  7. An Israelite could become a slave to another Israelite because of:
  8. Deuteronomy did not provide future laws and plans for:
  9. A man could be exempt from the army if:
  10. The New Testament honors Rahab in which three books?
  11. Before Joshua enters the promised land, what three things happened?
  12. The appearance of the commander in Joshua 5 was a(n):
  13. The concept of “kherem” is:
  14. Yahweh issues Israel a strong command so that Israel would not:
  15. Israel was defeated at Ai because:
  16. Which tribal group made a covenant with Israel during the conquest?
  17. A covenant that is made “to” a person indicates:
  18. Israel was allowed to make covenants with:
  19. A person who committed manslaughter was able to flee to a city of refuge until:
  20. The Levitical cities as established in Joshua were distributed by:
  21. How many judges during the period of Judges?
  22. What tribe went up first in battle?
  23. The greatest enemy of Israel was the:
  24. What judge is not recorded as dying in Judges?
  25. Yahweh reduced Gideon’s army from 22,000 to?
  26. What judge committed massive fratricide?
  27. Which judge was chosen by the people and not Yahweh?
  28. Which of the following conditions is not a requirement of the Nazirite?
  29. The name Naomi means:
  30. When Ruth asked Boaz to “spread your cloak over your servant”, Ruth was:
  31. Deuteronomy 6 emphasizes that the Lord our God, the Lord is one.
  32. A person cannot love God if s/he is lukewarm towards God’s Word.
  33. The 10 commandments are unanimously divided and understood.
  34. Detestable things in Deuteronomy referred to the evil idolatrous practices.
  35. The Sabbatical Year provided a remission of debt.
  36. The male slave who chose to stay with his master had his ear pierced.
  37. Israelites paid only one tithe every year.
  38. The Passover instructions were identical from Exodus to Deuteronomy.
  39. A man who committed fornication had to pay a fine.
  40. The penalty for adultery was that only the man was put to death.
  41. A couple were allowed to cohabitate as long as they loved each other.
  42. According to the Law, a husband could remarry his wife after he divorced her.
  43. Gerizim was the place of blessing and Mt. Ebal the place of cursing.
  44. The oracles of Deuteronomy 33 are primarily salvific and promissory.
  45. Moses was very frail in health when he died.
  46. Fulfillment of a royal grant was eternal; a suzerain treaty was conditional.
  47. The name Joshua means that Yahweh is salvation.
  48. The Lord led Israel across the Jordan in the summer, dry season.
  49. Achan broke the Sabbath command by working.
  50. The Amorites were destroyed by fire that came down from heaven.
  51. The archaeological evidence at Jericho is yet to support the destruction.
  52. The success of the judges was totally dependent on their obedience and faith in the Lord God.
  53. Ehud was left-handed.  T or F.
  54. The Asherah was a female counterpart in idolatrous religions.
  55. Samson desired a final act of righteous revenge on his enemies.
  56. The tribe of Judah was almost wiped out in a civil war.
  57. The Mosaic law provided the opportunity to work if you were poor.
  58. A kinsman-redeemer was required to marry the woman in debt.
  59. Boaz called out the name of the kinsman-redeemer before the elders.
  60. Obed was the grandfather of King David.
  61. Provide a brief explanation of the following components for Judges. You must complete the essay by providing an outline (1–6) of each component so that the instructor can clearly identify your answers.
  • 1) historical period and date
  • 2) argument
  • 3) purpose
  • 4) 4–5 major themes
  • 5) citation of key verse(s) but do not quote the verse(s)
  • 6) basic outline of the structure
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