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·         Question 1

1 out of 1 points

The Babylonians allowed Jeremiah to remain in the land of Judah, and he ministered there until he and his scribe Baruch were kidnapped by a faction of Jews and taken away as hostages to Egypt.

 

·         Question 2

1 out of 1 points

The moral failure of Judah’s leadership had little impact on the spiritual corruption of the nation. However, the same could not be said for Judah’s priests.

 

·         Question 3

1 out of 1 points

Altogether the book of Malachi raises twenty-three questions.

 

·         Question 4

1out of 1 points

Like a con artist, Nineveh had seduced other nations into alliances and then had 
betrayed them because of her greed and lust for wealth.

 

·         Question 5

1 out of 1 points

Isaiah subsequently served during the reigns of three kings in Judah.

 

·         Question 6

1out of 1 points

The Immanuel prophecy in Isaiah makes clear that this is not a typical human child because he is described as a “Prince of Heaven.”

 

·         Question 7

1 out of 1 points

The Immanuel prophecy in Isaiah makes clear that this is not a typical human child because he is described as an “Everlasting Father.”

·         Question 8

1 out of 1 points

The Immanuel prophecy depicts one whose government is from the throne of David.

 

·         Question 9

1 out of 1 points

In Malachi, God denounces His people by raising the question of

 

·         Question 10

1 out of 1 points

Jonah is scandalized that the Lord would show the same grace he has shown to Israel to the people of Nineveh.

 

·         Question 11

1 out of 1 points

Ezekiel was transported into exile as part of the first Babylonian deportation.

 

·         Question 12

1 out of 1 points

Habakkuk’s first question was:

 

“Why does the Lord not punish injustice in Judah?”

·         Question 13

1 out of 1 points

Critical scholarship has argued for multiple authorship of the book and has viewed chapters 40–66 as coming after the time of Isaiah.

 

·         Question 14

1 out of 1 points

Jesus quoted from both “halves” of Isaiah and attributed them to Isaiah the prophet.

 

·         Question 15

1 out of 1 points

One lament in Lamentations features a beleaguered individual who probably is the personification of the city of Jerusalem.

 

·         Question 16

1 out of 1 points

Jonah’s prayer in Jonah 2:1-10 closely follows the form of a songs of confession in the Psalms - where the worshipper confesses a sin to God and asks for a specific act of deliverance.

 

·         Question 17

1 out of 1 points

In Haggai’s final message the Lord promised to bless Zerubbabel who was the weak governor of Judah and a member of the house of David.

 

·         Question 18

1 out of 1 points

Haggai in tandem with ______________ challenged the postexilic community to resume the work of rebuilding the temple.

 

·         Question 19

1 out of 1 points

Daniel and his three friends were given Babylonian names in order to acclimate them to Babylonian life and culture.

 

·         Question 20

1 out of 1 points

The possibility that the Lord might show mercy to the Assyrians was why Jonah refused to go to the city in the first place.

 

·         Question 21

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The story of Jonah is a reminder that the Lord’s plan of salvation extends beyond Israel to include all the nations, even those who were Israel’s greatest enemies.

 

·         Question 22

1 out of 1 points

God’s promise in Jeremiah 29:11 (For I know the plans I have for you . . . to give you a future and a hope) addresses the impending exile and the future restoration of Judah because God loved His people with an eternal love.

 

·         Question 23

1 out of 1 points

The use of the title “Holy One of Israel” appears equally in both “halves” of the book of Isaiah. This unifying element argues for Isaiah’s authorship of the whole book.

 

·         Question 24

1 out of 1 points

In Isaiah, Christ is pictured as a stumbling block for the Jews.

 

·         Question 25

1 out of 1 points

Amos was a prophet to the southern kingdom of Judah.

 

·         Question 26

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John 12:38 quotes from Isa 53:1 (Lord, who has believed our message and to whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed?”) as evidence that Jesus is Isaiah’s suffering servant.

 

·         Question 27

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The book of Isaiah opens with seven sermons that serve as a thematic introduction to the book.

 

·         Question 28

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The Immanuel prophecy in Isaiah makes clear that this is not a typical human child because he is described as a “Wonderful Counselor”

 

·         Question 29

1 out of 1 points

According to the textbook, Habakkuk’s interaction with God is a reminder that the life of faith often involves lament, complaint, and the pouring out of one’s honest emotions and feelings to God.

·         Question 30

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The book of Lamentations is a series of five separate laments over the fall of Jerusalem to the __________.

 

·         Question 31

1 out of 1 points

______________ is the central theme of the book of Zephaniah.

 

·         Question 32

1 out of 1 points

Ezekiel delivered an extensive message of judgment against Tyre, the capital of Phoenicia.

 

·         Question 33

1 out of 1 points

In Zechariah, the Lord promised that He would “return” to His people if they would “return” to Him.

 

·         Question 34

1 out of 1 points

Daniel was a contemporary of ___________ and _____________.

 

·         Question 35

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Micah prophecies that God would raise up another “ruler over Israel” who would come from the Galilean town of Nazareth. This prophecy is fulfilled in Matthew 2:3-6.

 

·         Question 36

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_________ is the shortest book in the Old Testament.

Selected Answer:

Amos

·         Question 37

1 out of 1 points

Amos’ prophecies of judgment demanded a response because they were not absolute predictions of what must happen in the future as much as they were warnings of what would happen if Israel did not repent and change its ways.

 

·         Question 38

1 out of 1 points

Ezekiel’s vision of _____________ confirmed the Lord’s promise to restore and spiritually renew the people of Israel.

 

·         Question 39

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The ____________ were descendants of Esau and had a stormy relationship with Israel throughout their history.

 

·         Question 40

1 out of 1 points

Zephaniah highlights the judgment of God by detailing how God will reverse his work of creation and destroy all living things.

 

·         Question 41

1 out of 1 points

Amos concluded his prophecies of unrelenting judgment with a message of hope concerning Israel’s future restoration. God promised:

 

·         Question 42

1 out of 1 points

According to the textbook, Zephaniah’s ministry reminds us of the importance of preaching which confronts evil, calls for repentance, and leads to revival.

 

·         Question 43

1out of 1 points

The Immanuel prophecy in Isaiah makes clear that this is not a typical human child because he is described as a “Might Savior.”

 

·         Question 44

1 out of 1 points

King Cyrus’s decree granted permission but not resources for rebuilding the temple. So, the returnees and their leaders began the project seeking necessary resources.

Selected Answer:

False

·         Question 45

1 out of 1 points

Haggai’s threefold encouragement was for the people included

Selected Answer:

All of the above.

·         Question 46

1 out of 1 points

Isaiah ministered in to the southern two tribes known as Judah.

Selected Answer:

True

·         Question 47

1 out of 1 points

The book of Ezekiel ends with a vision of an eschatological temple where God dwells with his people and a life-giving river flows out from this temple.

 

·         Question 48

1 out of 1 points

Habakkuk was a contemporary of

 

·         Question 49

1 out of 1 points

According to our textbook, the overall theme of Daniel is God’s sovereignty over the people of Israel and the nations of the world.

 

·         Question 50

1 out of 1 points

In Isaiah, Christ is pictured as a suffering servant.

 

 

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                        ·         Question 1 1 out of 1 points The Babylonians allowed Jeremiah to remain in the land of Judah, and he ministered there until he and his scribe Baruch were kidnapped by a faction of Jews and taken away as hostages to Egypt.   ·         Question 2 1 out of 1 points The moral failure of Judah’s leadership had little impact on the spiritual corruption of the nation. However, the same could not be said for Judah’s priests. ·         Question 3 1 out of 1 points Altogether the book of Malachi raises twenty-three questions. ·         Question 4 1out of 1 points Like a con artist, Nineveh had seduced other nations into alliances and then had  betrayed them because of her greed and lust for wealth. ·         Question 5 1 out of 1 points Isaiah subsequently served during the reigns of three kings in Judah. ·         Question 6 1out of 1 points The Immanuel prophecy in Isaiah makes clear that this is not a typical human child because he is described as a “Prince of Heaven.” ·         Question 7 1 out of 1 points The Immanuel prophecy in Isaiah makes clear that this is not a typical human child because he is described as an “Everlasting Father.” ·         Question 8 1 out of 1 points The Immanuel prophecy depicts one whose government is from the throne of David. ·         Question 9 1 out of 1 points In Malachi, God denounces His people by raising the question of ·         Question 10 1 out of 1 points Jonah is scandalized that the Lord would show the same grace he has shown to Israel to the people of Nineveh. ·         Question 11 1 out of 1 points Ezekiel was transported into exile as part of the first Babylonian deportation. ·         Question 12 1 out of 1 points Habakkuk’s first question was: “Why does the Lord not punish injustice in Judah?” ·         Question 13 1 out of 1 points Critical scholarship has argued for multiple authorship of the book and has viewed chapters 40–66 as coming after the time of Isa...
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