BIBL-104 Quiz 2 Study Guide

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The purpose of the book of Leviticus was to teach Israel how they were to…
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walk in practical holiness with God.
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How does the biblical description of the flood (Genesis 6-9) indicate its extent?
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All of the above
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The laws of sanctification were intended to mark Israel as a unique people who were \”separated\” from the practices of their pagan neighbors
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True
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Deuteronomy is in large part Moses explaining the law to a new generation of Israelite’s
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True
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How did the establishment of cities of refuge ensure social justice in Israel
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They allowed justice to be exacted against murders and also prevented innocent blood from being spilled due to vigilantism, thereby keeping the land free from spiritual pollution
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Moses was a Hebrew leader who was experienced with the life of the Egyptian court and yet had a traditional Semitic social background
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True
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The fallen nature of humanity affected our relationship to God by resulting in broken communication with the Creator
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True
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At Kadesh-barnea the Israelite’s turned back in unbelief and then wandered in the wilderness
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True
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The significance of the divine name \”I AM\” refers to God’s authority and preeminence
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False
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How did the conquest fulfill God’s covenant promises to Abraham’s descendants
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Deuteronomy does not parallel suzerain vassal treaties common in the ancient Near East
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False
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What does the book of Numbers teach us about our walk with God
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That we need to walk by faith in God’s World and obedience to his commands.
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How does the Passover prefigure Christ’s death for us
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Jesus shed his blood for our redemption
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The book of Numbers functions as a travel diary of the Israelite’s after the exodus
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True
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The offering known as the trespass or guilt offering was designed to atone for sin a well as make restitution for particular sins involved offering a ___ without defect
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Ram
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In what way are human beings uniquely created by God
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Exhibit self-identity
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Which of the following was not a part of the preparations that were made by the Israelite’s before they attempted to conquer the cities of Canaan
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Ceremonial washing in lamb’s blood
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The election of Israel was confirmed by the Noahic covenant (15:1-6) and reaffirmed to his descendants Isaac, Jacob, and Jacob’s twelve sons–forefathers of the nation of Israel
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False
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Blessings, but not curses, are included in Deuteronomy
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False
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In the Old Testament you will encounter the following genres narrative, law, poetry, prophecy, epistle, gospel, and wisdom
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False
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In the Protevangelium of Genesis 3:15 we see the first announcement of God’s redemptive plan for humanity.
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True
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In Harbin’s section on the flood he makes a strong case from biblical arguments that the flood was a global not just a local event.
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True
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Isaac was Joseph’s father.
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False
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According to Harbin the Bible gives us all the detail we would like in Genesis 1 and 2 as to how God brought about the universe.
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False
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Harbin believes that the view of ‘apparent age\” in the creation would be a clear case of God being deceitful.
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False
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The different names for God in Genesis 1 and 2 (ex. Elohim and YHWH) are used for the purposes of reflecting the different roles of God in the creation account.
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True
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The Harbin text reflects that the identity of the author of the book of Job has been lost to history.
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True
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According to Hindson faith is so important that it is mentioned over 300 times in the Bible.
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True
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The term toledot can be translated to mean \”generations\”.
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True
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The law was a benefit to Israel only from a physical health perspective, that is, the dietary laws saved many lives. There were no other benefits.
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False
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According to Harbin the toledot in Genesis 2:4 (and its correlation to Gen. 3 and 4) shows how certain relationships were broken by the Fall and specifies some of the consequences of these severed relationships.
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True
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Much of the division over the creation event is caused due to disagreement over the meaning of the Hebrew word for \”day\”.
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True
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God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah due to the vile behavior of its inhabitants.
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True
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Part of the Abrahamic Covenant includes the promise that his son would be in charge of building the temple.
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False
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God gave a warning of _________ years that the flood was coming.
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120
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The Law presents Israel with examples or samples of what it means to be loyal to God.
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True
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Abraham was born in the city of Haran likely in the year 2066BC.
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False
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We can see part of the image of God in man in the things that distinguish us from animals, such as creativity and cognitive communication.
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True
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Casuistic laws are conditional and specify certain situations and certain people, not everyone in all cases.
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True
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Hindson uses which of these Bible characters to illustrate taking a step of faith?
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Abraham and Isaac
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What are some basic rules of interpretation that we reviewed that we should apply to studying the Bible?
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All of the Above
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The three-fold divisions of the Hebrew Canon are the Law, the Prophets, and the Writings.
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True
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A Biblical Worldview does not require the belief that the bible is authoritative.
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False
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Regarding the Reliability of the Old Testament documents, according to Towns and Hindson, no other documents from the ancient world are as accurately copied.
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True?
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In what way does Deuteronomy read like a series of case laws?
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It presents a variety of scenarios the second generation will likely encounter in daily life in Canaan.
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How did the establishment of cities of refuge ensure social justice in Israel?
answer

They allowed justice to be exacted against murders and also prevented innocent blood from being spilled due to vigilantism, thereby keeping the land free from spiritual pollution.
question

Which of the following was not a part of the preparations that were made by the Israelites before they attempted to conquer the cities of Canaan?
answer

Ceremonial washing in lambs blood.
question

How did the conquest to fulfill God’s covenant promises to Abraham’s descendants?
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It represents the fulfillment of God’s promises to Abraham of a land belonging to the children of Israel.
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What was the significance of age 20 as an age of accountability for Israelite men?
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The determination of the age of 20 and above as the basis of God’s judgment was based on the age of accountability and responsibility for military service.
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The fallen nature of humanity affected our relationship to God by resulting in broken communication with the creator.
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True
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The significance of the divine name \”I am\” refers to God’s authority and preeminence.
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False
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Blessings, but not curses are included in Deuteronomy.
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False
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According to Hays and Duvall, there are two main approaches to translation: the formal approach (sometimes labeled Literal or word for word); and the functional approach (often called idiomatic or thought for thought).
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True
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___________________ illustrates how God is the redeemer from injustice, sin, and oppression, and thus serves as a paradigm for all future redemption.
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Exodus
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The following is one of the lessons about racial discrimination that we can learn from the incident involving Moses wife at Hazeroth.
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It clarifies that the Abrahamic covenant was spiritual rather than racial.
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The purpose of the book of Leviticus was to teach Israel how they were to…
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Walk in practical holiness with God.
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How do we know that the commander of the Lord’s army was a divine being?
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By commanding Joshua to remove his shoes.
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What does the book of numbers teach us about our walk with God?
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That we need to walk by faith in God’s World and obedience to his commands.
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The election of Israel was confirmed by the Noahic Covenant (15: 1-6) and reaffirmed to his descendants Isaac, Jacob, and Jacob’s 12 sons – forefathers of the nation of Israel.
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False
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In what way was Abraham’s faith an example to us today?
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Abraham believed God and it was credited to him as righteousness.
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Moses was a Hebrew leader who was experienced with the life of the Egyptian court and yet had a traditional Semitic social background.
answer

True
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Deuteronomy is in large part Moses explaining the law to a new generation of Israelites.
answer

True
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How does the Biblical description of the flood (Genesis 6-9) indicate its extent?
answer

All of the Above
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At Kadesh-Barnia the Israelites turned back in unbelief and then wandered in the wilderness.
answer

True
question

How did the conquest fulfill God’s covenant promises to Abraham’s descendants?
answer

It represents the fulfillment of God’s promises to Abraham of a land belonging to the children of Israel.
question

The laws of sanctification were intended to mark Israel as a unique people who were separated from the practices of their pagan neighbors.
answer

True
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How did Joshua divide the land of Canaan in order to conquer it?
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Took the central region and then moved southward and then northward.
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How does the Passover prefigure Christ’s death for us?
answer

Jesus shed his blood for our redemption.
question

Deuteronomy does not parallel suzerain vassal treaties common in the ancient near east.
answer

False
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In the Old Testament, you will encounter the following genres: narrative, law, poetry, prophecy, epistle, gospel, and wisdom.
answer

False
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The Mosaic covenant offered the national of Israel the opportunity to be the vessel through which God would transmit His redemptive purposes to the rest of mankind.
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True
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Literary Genre refers to the different types of literature found in the Bible.
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True
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According to the readings, Elohim is related to the phrase translated \”I am.\”
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False
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Israel’s disobedience was in choosing not to keep the law.
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True
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The law was a benefit to Israel only from a physical health perspective, that is, the dietary laws saved many lives.
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False
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The term toledot can be translated to mean \”generally speaking\” or \”generalization\”.
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False
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According to Harbin, The basic first question the Bible addresses is, \”Where did everything come from?\”
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True
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Isaac was Joseph’s father.
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False
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Harbin expresses that the concept of apparent age would clearly be deceitful on the part of God.
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False
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Joseph’s reunion with his family was bitter sweet as his father had passed away.
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False
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According to Harbin the promises at the heart of the Abrahamic Covenant are basically land, nation, and blessing.
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True
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We can see part of the image of God in man in the things that distinguish us from animals, such as creativity and cognitive communication.
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True
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What happened when the people got tired of waiting for Moses?
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None
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According to Fee and Stuart in the Ancient Near East the concept of a legal code was limited only to Israel.
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False
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Lot chooses to live in Sodom and Gomorrah because it was a better location.
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True
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The text reflects that Moses wrote the book of Job.
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False
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Part of the Abrahamic Covenant includes the promise that his son would be in charge of building the temple.
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False
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In Genesis 11 we see the toledot of Abraham instead of Terah.
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False
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Apodictic laws outline what must always be done in all situations by all people. Casuistic laws specify certain situations and certain people, not everyone in all cases.
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True
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One of the main things we see in the biblical account of creation is that God created and did it in an orderly fashion.
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True
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According to Harbin in the Ancient Near East \”Birthright\” is not the special privilege of the firstborn regarding their inheritance.
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False
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According to the text Job was not an Israelite.
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True
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In the Protevangelium of Genesis 3:15 we see the first announcement of God’s redemptive plan for humanity.
answer

True
question

In Harbin’s section on the flood he makes a strong case from biblical arguments that the flood was a global not just a local event.
answer

True
question

Isaac was Joseph’s father.
answer

False
question

According to Harbin the Bible gives us all the detail we would like in Genesis 1 and 2 as to how God brought about the universe.
answer

False
question

Harbin believes that the view of ‘apparent age\” in the creation would be a clear case of God being deceitful.
answer

False
question

The different names for God in Genesis 1 and 2 (ex. Elohim and YHWH) are used for the purposes of reflecting the different roles of God in the creation account.
answer

True
question

The Harbin text reflects that the identity of the author of the book of Job has been lost to history.
answer

True
question

According to Hindson faith is so important that it is mentioned over 300 times in the Bible.
answer

True
question

The term toledot can be translated to mean \”generations\”.
answer

True
question

The law was a benefit to Israel only from a physical health perspective, that is, the dietary laws saved many lives. There were no other benefits.
answer

False
question

According to Harbin the toledot in Genesis 2:4 (and its correlation to Gen. 3 and 4) shows how certain relationships were broken by the Fall and specifies some of the consequences of these severed relationships.
answer

True
question

Much of the division over the creation event is caused due to disagreement over the meaning of the Hebrew word for \”day\”.
answer

True
question

God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah due to the vile behavior of its inhabitants.
answer

True
question

Part of the Abrahamic Covenant includes the promise that his son would be in charge of building the temple.
answer

False
question

God gave a warning of _________ years that the flood was coming.
answer

120
question

The Law presents Israel with examples or samples of what it means to be loyal to God.
answer

True
question

Abraham was born in the city of Haran likely in the year 2066BC.
answer

False
question

We can see part of the image of God in man in the things that distinguish us from animals, such as creativity and cognitive communication.
answer

True
question

Casuistic laws are conditional and specify certain situations and certain people, not everyone in all cases.
answer

True
question

Hindson uses which of these Bible characters to illustrate taking a step of faith?
answer

Abraham and Isaac
question

The offering known as the trespass or guilt offering was designed to atone for sin as well as make restitution for particular sins involved offering a ________ without defect.
answer

Ram
question

The fallen nature of humanity affected our relationship to God by resulting in broken communication with the Creator.
answer

True
question

How did the establishment of cities of refuge ensure social justice in Israel?
answer

They allowed justice to be exacted against murders and also prevented innocent blood from being spilled due to vigilantism, thereby keeping the land free of spiritual pollution.
question

The laws of sanctification were intended to mark Israel as a unique people who were ‘separated’ from the practices of their pagan neighbors.
answer

True
question

At Kadesh-barnea the Israelites turned back in unbelief and then wandered in the wilderness.
answer

True
question

How did the conquest fulfill God’s covenant promises to Abraham’s descendants?
answer

It represents the fulfillment of God’s promises to Abraham of a land belonging to the children of Israel.
question

The Mosaic covenant offered the nation of Israel the opportunity to be the vessel through which God would transmit His redemptive purposes to the rest of mankind.
answer

True
question

The election of Israel was confirmed by the Noahic covenant (15:1-6) and reaffirmed to this descendants Isaac, Jacob, and Jacob’s twelve sons- forefathers of the nation of Israel.
answer

False
question

Moses was a Hebrew leader who was experienced with the life of the Egyptian court and yet had a traditional Semitic social background.
answer

True
question

What does the book of Numbers teach us about our walk with God?
answer

That we need to walk by faith in God’s Word and obedience to His commands.
question

Blessings, but not curses, are included in Deuteronomy.
answer

False
question

In what way does Deuteronomy read like a sense of case laws?
answer

It presents a variety of scenarios the second generation will likely encounter in daily life in Canaan
question

How did Joshua divide the land of Canaan in order to conquer it?
answer

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