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The distribution of Levites among the people and the establishment of cities of refuge were to help Ruth’s kinsman redeemer was

Question 1 The middle of 1 Samuel draws a contrast between the godly prophet Samuel and King David.

Question 2 The beginning chapters of 1 Samuel draw a sharp contrast between Eli and his ungodly sons and the godly prophet Samuel.

Question 3 Each cycle in the book of Judges portrays a downward spiral. This spiral includes Samson’s disdain for his Nazarite vow.

Question 4 How did the Israelites lose the Ark of the Covenant?

Question 5 The books of _____________ form the transition from the era of the judges to that of the kings.

Question 6 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.

Question 7 In the _______________ campaign, Joshua destroyed Hazor, a major Canaanite fortress city.

Question 8 Under the principle of Levirate marriage, the next of kin of a deceased man was to marry his widow and produce an offspring in order to prevent the deceased man’s lineage and name from dying out.

Question 9 When the nation of Israel divided, the Kingdom to the south was known as

Question 10 The Judge ___________, was a left-handed Benjamite, who assassinated King Eglon with a dagger.

Question 11 Saul was from the tribe of Benjamin and not Judah. Thus, he could not be the rightful King of Israel.

Question 12 So prosperous was Solomon that God expanded Israel’s borders to the degree originally promised in the Abrahamic covenant and reaffirmed to Joshua.

Question 13 Whose bones were buried in the Promised Land at Shechem?

Question 14 The Judge _________________ made a rash vow to the Lord saying, “whatever” came out of his house to greet him upon his return from battle “will belong to the Lord, and I will offer it as a burnt offering.”

Question 15 The tribe of Dan settled land on the East bank of the Jordan River.

Question 16 Joshua’s theophanic encounter affirmed his leadership to the people of Israel.

Question 17 Elijah was primarily a prophet to the Southern Kingdom.

Question 18 The book of _____________ opens the section of the Historical Books in the English Bible.

Question 19 The end result of the downfall of the southern kingdom was the Assyrian captivity.

Question 20 The Jewish Feast of ____________ originates in the story of Esther.

Question 21 According to our textbook, the story of _____________ is a ray of hope during the period of the Judges.

Question 22 ______________ was not a Judge in Israel.

Question 23 In the ________________ campaign, God miraculously extended the day. This allowed Israel time to rout the enemy.

Question 24 According to our textbook, most of the biblical judges were deliverers more than

Question 25 In Joshua’s farewell address he explains to the people of Israel that they will remain in Canaan and prosper in the land only when they comply with the Mosaic covenant.

Question 26 David obeyed God in purchasing a threshing floor to build “an altar to the Lord.” On this site Solomon would later build the temple.

Question 27 Each cycle in the book of Judges portrays a downward spiral. This spiral includes Jephthah’s immoral relationship with foreign women.

Question 28 Samuel’s anointing of David and _____________________ introduce David as God’s choice to lead the nation of Israel.

Question 29 How many tribes make up the northern kingdom that rejected the Holy City, the temple, and the Davidic line?

Question 30 The emphasis on true worship in 1 & 2 Chronicles explains why the word “___________” is found thirty-two times.

Question 31 Saul’s disobedience of the divine command to abolish the Moabites caused Yahweh to reject him as king.

Question 32 Boaz was not only Ruth’s kinsman redeemer, he was also the one carrying the Davidic lineage.

Question 33 The reforms of _______________ categorize him as one of Judah’s best kings.

Question 34 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.

Question 35 The second covenant renewal ceremony includes Joshua’s affirmation: “As for me and my family, we will worship the Lord.”

Question 36 The book of 2 Kings transitions away from the Elijah narratives and into the Elisha narratives.

Question 37 References to Joshua’s death and the elders that outlived him indicate that these final notations in Joshua were added by another inspired writer, perhaps ___________.

Question 38 The real key to the success of the Judges was the empowerment of the Spirit of God who enabled them to accomplish great feats.

Question 39 According to our textbook, _______________ is obvious throughout the book of Esther.

Question 40 In the north, Jeroboam built two sanctuaries (temples or high places) at

Question 41 God’s promise to Abraham that He would bless all nations begins to come to fruition through Boaz and Ruth.

Question 42 Half of the tribe of Manasseh settled land on the East bank of the Jordan River.

Question 43 As a Gentile who marries a Hebrew from Bethlehem, Ruth pictures the love of God for both Hebrews and Gentiles.

Question 44 The major theological theme of 1–2 Chronicles is the importance of true worship.

Question 45 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.

Question 46 In general, Elijah’s miraculous ministry resulted in the return of the nation to covenant faithfulness.

Question 47 ______________ was a Judge in Israel

Question 48 Solomon’s ________________ turned him away from wholeheartedly following the Lord.

Question 49 Through idolatry, the apostate tribe of ______________ not only abandoned its God-given inheritance but forsook the Lord as well.

Question 50 ____________ killed the unsuspecting commander Sisera with a tent peg and a mallet.

 

Question 1 Which son of David led a rebellion against him?

Question 2 In the _______________ campaign, Joshua destroyed Hazor, a major Canaanite fortress city.

Question 3 Each cycle in the book of Judges portrays a downward spiral. This spiral includes Jephthah’s immoral relationship with foreign women.

Question 4 Elijah was primarily a prophet to the Southern Kingdom.

Question 5 In order to conquer the land of Canaan ______________ military campaigns were undertaken.

Question 6 The book of Joshua concludes by recording the second covenant renewal ceremony at Shiloh.

Question 7 Under the principle of Levirate marriage, the next of kin of a deceased man was to marry his widow and produce an offspring in order to prevent the deceased man’s lineage and name from dying out.

Question 8 Ahab and his wife Jezebel were wicked rulers in the Northern Kingdom.

Question 9 Each cycle in the book of Judges portrays a downward spiral. This spiral includes Gideon’s foolish vow.

Question 10 Through ____________, the miraculous healing of leprous Naaman demonstrates Yahweh’s supremacy and grace to all people, even those outside the covenant community.

Question 11 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.

Question 12 Theologically, the story of Ruth and Boaz illustrates the biblical concept of

Question 13 The Judge ___________, was a left-handed Benjamite, who assassinated King Eglon with a dagger.

Question 14 God’s promise to Abraham that He would bless all nations begins to come to fruition through Boaz and Ruth.

Question 15 So prosperous was Solomon that God expanded Israel’s borders to the degree originally promised in the Abrahamic covenant and reaffirmed to Joshua.

Question 16 The tribe of Reuben settled land on the East bank of the Jordan River.

Question 17 According to our textbook, _______________ is obvious throughout the book of Esther.

Question 18 According to our textbook, the uniqueness of Samson was

Question 19 The book of Judges concludes with a civil war in Israel that almost exterminated the tribe of

Question 20 Saul was not the tenth generation of Judah’s son Perez. Thus, he could not be the rightful King of Israel.

Question 21 The book of _____________ shows how God providentially acted so that His people could return to their land and rebuild their temple.

Question 22 Solomon’s ________________ turned him away from wholeheartedly following the Lord.

Question 23 According to our textbook, one reason for the northern kingdom’s downfall is that they rejected the covenant itself.

Question 24 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.

Question 25 In the _______________ campaign, the town of Jericho was captured.

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Question 26 The end result of the downfall of northern kingdom was the Babylonian captivity.

Question 27 The real key to the success of the Judges was the empowerment of the Spirit of God who enabled them to accomplish great feats.

Question 28 According to our textbook, in 2 Samuel the narrative shifts from the godly prophet Samuel to the reign of King Saul.

Question 29 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.

Question 30 Elijah’s prophetic successor was Elisha.

Question 31 What did the Transjordan tribes do that led to a dispute in Israel?

Question 32 ______________ was a Judge in Israel

Question 33 The major theological theme of 1–2 Chronicles is the importance of true worship.

Question 34 The reforms of _______________ categorize him as one of Judah’s best kings.

Question 35 How did the Israelites lose the Ark of the Covenant?

Question 36 When the nation of Israel divided, the Kingdom to the south was known as

Question 37 Each cycle in the book of Judges portrays a downward spiral. This spiral includes Barak’s reluctance.

Question 38 As Samuel aged, the people of Israel insisted that they should select a king “like all the other nations.

Question 39 Ruth plays an important role in the history of the Old Testament as the great grandmother of

Question 40 While Joshua prepared to attack Jericho he

Question 41 Samuel’s anointing of David and _____________________ introduce David as God’s choice to lead the nation of Israel.

Question 42 As a Gentile who marries a Hebrew from Bethlehem, Ruth pictures the love of God for both Hebrews and Gentiles.

Question 43 Whose bones were buried in the Promised Land at Shechem?

Question 44 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.

Question 45 Saul’s disobedience of the divine command to abolish the Moabites caused Yahweh to reject him as king.

Question 46 According to our textbook, one reason for the northern kingdom’s downfall is their intermarriage with pagan nations.

Question 47 In general, Elijah’s miraculous ministry resulted in the return of the nation to covenant faithfulness.

Question 48 The book of _____________ shows how the remnant were motivated to “rise up and build” Jerusalem’s walls.

Question 49 David’s covenant violations involve adultery, murder, and a host of deceptive acts committed in an attempt to cover up these sins.

Question 50 Elijah, the lone prophet of God, confronted the 450 prophets of Baal on

 

The middle of 1 Samuel draws a contrast between the godly prophet Samuel and King David

The book of Judges concludes with a civil war in Israel that almost exterminated the tribe of

Theologically, the story of Ruth and Boaz illustrates the biblical concept of

Joshua's miraculous water crossing affirmed his leadership to the people of Israel.

Whose bones were buried in the Promised Land at Shechem?

Elijah, the lone prophet of God, confronted the 450 prophets of Baal on

Through _____, the miraculous healing of leprous Naaman demonstrates Yahweh's supremacy and grace to all people, even those outside the covenant community.

According to our textbook, most of the biblical judges were deliverers more than

References to Joshua's death and the elders that outlived him indicate that these final notations in Joshua were added by another inspired writer, perhaps _____.

The book of _____ opens the section of the Historical Books in the English Bible.

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.

The main body of the story of the Judges revolves around _____ cycles of apostasy, repentance, and deliverance.

Samuel's anointing of David and _____ introduce David as God's choice to lead the nation of Israel.

The major theological theme of 1-2 Chronicles is the importance of true worship

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.

The reforms of _____ categorize him as one of Judah's best kings

In the campaign, the town of Ai was captured.

_____ served as the nation's religious headquarters for about 300 years
As Samuel aged, the people of Israel insisted that they should select a King "like all the other nations."

The tribe of Reuben settled land on the East bank of the Jordan River

The emphasis on true worship in 1 & 2 Chronicles explains why the word "_____" is found thirty-two times.

_____ was not a judge in Israel.
David captures Jerusalem from the Jebusites and moves the Ark of the Covenant there.

Ruth plays an important role in the history of the Old Testament as the great grandmother of

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.

The book of _____ shows how the remnant were motivated to "rise up and build" Jerusalem's walls.
Elijah was primarily a prophet to the Southern Kingdom.

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.

When the nation of Israel divided the Kingdom to the north was known as

The message to Samuel from God is that He will bypass a disobedient generation and call a new generation to follow Him.

The book of Joshua concludes by recording the second covenant renewal ceremony at Shiloh.

The rediscovery of the covenant law caused King Josiah to lead the nation of Judah in covenant renewal and reform.

The books of _____ form the transition from the era of the judges to that of the kings.
The judge _____ made a rash vow to the Lord saying, "whatever" came out of his house to greet him upon his return from battle "will belong to the Lord, and I will offer it as a burnt offering."

Ruth was a Gentile and a Moabitess. This means she was a descendent of _____.

The Judge _____ tore down his father's Baal altar that was kept on the family farm.

In the _____ campaign, God miraculously extended the day. This allowed Israel time to rout the enemy.

Acccording to our textbook, one reason for the northern Kingdom's downfall is their intermarriage with pagan nations.

The political capital of the Northern tribes was at

The judge _____, was a left-handed Benjamite, who assassinated King Eglon with a dagger.

2 Samuel records only the highlights and positive episodes in King David's reign.

David obeyed God in purchasing a threshing floor to build "an altar to the Lord." On this site Solomon would later build the temple

David's covenant violations involve adultery, murder, and a host of deceptive acts committed in an attempt to cover up these sins.

According to our textbook, in 2 Samuel the narrative shifts from the godly prophet Samuel to the reign of King Saul.

_____ refused to go and confront the Caanites unless _____ came with into the battle.

In Joshua's farewell address he explains to the people of Israel that they will remain in Canaan and prosper in the land only when they comply with the mosaic covenant

The book of _____ shows how God providentially acted so that His people could return to their land and rebuild their temple.

The end result of the downfall of northern kingdom was the Babylonian captivity

Saul's disobedience of the divine command to abolish the Moabites caused Yahweh to reject him as king.

Canaanite city of Hazor destroyed

God uses a hailstorm to route Israel's enemies

Jericho was captured

God extended the day in order to allow Israel to defeat the enemy

Ai was captured

_______ served as the nation's religious headquarters for about 300 years

What did the Transjordan tribes do that led to a dispute in Israel?

Whose bones were buried in the promised land at Shechem?

According to our textbook, the story of _____ is a ray of hope during the period of the Judges

God's promise to Abraham that He would bless all nations begins to come to fruition through Boaz and Ruth

How did the Israelites lose the Ark of the Covenant?

The rediscovery of the covenant law caused King Josiah to lead the nation of Judah in covenant renewal and reform

David's covenant violations involve adultery, murder, and a host of deceptive acts committed in an attempt to cover up these sins

Through _____, the miracolous healing of leprous Naaman demonstrates Yahweh's supremacy and grace to all people, even those outside the covenant community.

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Liberty University BIBL 104 quiz 2 complete solutions answers and more! Three different versions The distribution of Levites among the people and the establishment of cities of refuge were to help Ruth’s kinsman redeemer was Question 1 The middle of 1 Samuel draws a contrast between the godly prophet Samuel and King David. Question 2 The beginning chapters of 1 Samuel draw a sharp contrast between Eli and his ungodly sons and the godly prophet Samuel. Question 3 Each cycle in the book of Judges portrays a downward spiral. This spiral includes Samson’s disdain for his Nazarite vow. Question 4 How did the Israelites lose the Ark of the Covenant? Question 5 The books of _____________ form the transition from the era of the judges to that of the kings. Question 6 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. Question 7 In the _______________ campaign, Joshua destroyed Hazor, a major Canaanite fortress city. Question 8 Under the principle of Levirate marriage, the next of kin of a deceased man was to marry his widow and produce an offspring in order to prevent the deceased man’s lineage and name from dying out. Question 9 When the nation of Israel divided, the Kingdom to the south was known as Question 10 The Judge ___________, was a left-handed Benjamite, who assassinated King Eglon with a dagger. Question 11 Saul was from the tribe of Benjamin and not Judah. Thus, he could not be the rightful King of Israel. Question 12 So prosperous was Solomon that God expanded Israel’s borders to the degree originally promised in the Abrahamic covenant and reaffirmed to Joshua. Question 13 Whose bones were buried in the Promised Land at Shechem? Question 14 The Judge _________________ made a rash vow to the Lord saying, “whatever” came out of his house to greet him upon his return from battle “will belong to the Lord, and I will offer it as a burnt offering.” Question 15 The tribe of Dan settled land on the East bank of the Jordan River. Question 16 Joshua’s theophanic encounter affirmed his leadership to the people of Israel. Question 17 Elijah was primarily a prophet to the Southern Kingdom. Question 18 The book of _____________ opens the section of the Historical Books in the English Bible. Question 19 The end result of the downfall of the southern kingdom was the Assyrian captivity. Question 20 The Jewish Feast of ____________ originates in the story of Esther. Question 21 According to our textbook, the story of _____________ is a ray of hope during the period of the Judges. Question 22 ______________ was not a Judge in Israel. Question 23 In the ________________ campaign, God miraculously extended the day. This allowed Israel time to rout the enemy. Question 24 According to our textbook, most of the biblical judges were deliverers more than Question 25 In Joshua’s farewell address he explains to the people of Israel that they will remain in Canaan and prosper in the land only when they comply with the Mosaic covenant. Question 26 David obeyed God in purchasing a threshing floor to build “an altar to the Lord.” On this site Solomon would later build the temple. Question 27 Each cycle in the book of Judges portrays a downward spiral. This spiral includes Jephthah’s immoral relationship with foreign women. Question 28 Samuel’s anointing of David and _____________________ introduce David as God’s choice to lead the nation of Israel. Question 29 How many tribes make up the northern kingdom that rejected the Holy City, the temple, and the Davidic line? Question 30 The emphasis on true worship in 1 & 2 Chronicles explains why the word “___________” is found thirty-two times. Question 31 Saul’s disobedience of the divine command to abolish the Moabites caused Yahweh to reject him as king. Question 32 Boaz was not only Ruth’s kinsman redeemer, he was also the one carrying the Davidic lineage. Question 33 The reforms of _______________ categorize him as one of Judah’s best kings. Question 34 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. Question 35 The second covenant renewal ceremony includes Joshua’s affirmation: “As for me and my family, we will worship the Lord.” Q...
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