Unit3testquestions - 1 Jobs friends Eliphaz Bildad and...

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1. Job’s friends Eliphaz, Bildad and Zophar blame Job’s situation on: a. unrepented sin 2. Psalms that are a desperate cry to God for help in times of trouble are called: a. Lament or Complaint 3. When two or more lines of poetry deal with contrasting ideas the parallelism is said to be: a. antithetical parallelism 4. Job’s ultimate confidence in God is expressed by his belief in: a. the resurection 5. When two or more adjacent lines of poetry express the same basic thought, the parallelism is said to be: a. synonymous parallelism 6. Christians have often understood Woman Wisdom in Proverbs 8 to be a depiction of: a. Christ 7. While many scholars suggest that Song is a collection of love poems, its unity as a work is suggested by: a. repetition of words and scenes 8. Solomon might have adapted some of his wisdom sayings from Egypt. The biblical evidence for this include: a. Solomon married an Egyptian wife b. Solomon’s wisdom was compared to that of the Egyptian wise men c. Solomon collected Egyptian wisdom books 9. Proverbs that not only observe life, but also offer a conclusion about what has been observed: a. imply that a wise person will take a certain course of action 10. The fear of Yahweh is first and foremost: a. a loving relationship initiated by God when he reckons sinners as righteous through faith 11. The last poem in Proverbs (31:10-31) is an acrostic poem about: a. a good wife 12. Job could have been written anytime before: a. the babylonian captivity 13. In the opening chapters of Proverbs, Solomon often depicts wisdom as:
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a. a wise woman 14. The most important feature of Hebrew poetry is: a. Parallelism 15. Solomon is the author of how much of Proverbs?
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