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Course 16SP BIBL 103 Old Testament Studies (11) Test EXAM 1: OLD TESTAMENT BACKGROUND AND THE PENTATEUCH Started 3/25/16 4:56 PM Submitted 3/25/16 6:26 PM Status Completed Attempt Score 62 out of 100 points Time Elapsed 1 hour, 30 minutes out of 1 hour and 30 minutes Instructions Please read each question carefully and select your answer. It is highly recommended that you keep a sheet of paper handy and record each answer while taking the quiz in case your computer "crashes" or you somehow get kicked out of the quiz. Be careful NOT to hit the back button, or hit the X at the top right of your browser. Either will kick you out of the quiz. Once you begin the exam, you are responsible for completing it in the allotted time. NOTE: Pay attention to spellings - Blackboard isn't smart enough to figure out "creative" spellings! Only type in ONE ANSWER PER BLANK. If a question has 2 blanks, the answer will have two words, etc. YOU are responsible for spelling; no post- test corrections will be made. Blessings! Results Displayed Submitted Answers, Correct Answers, Feedback Question 1 6 out of 6 points "The literary plan of the Pentateuch is an expansion of the three-part covenant promise extended to Abraham." (H&W) Match the proper thematic literary plan with the appropriate division. Question Correct Match Selected Match Expansion of covenant law for the purpose of holiness among the people of Yahweh D. D. false
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Leviticus Leviticus Testing, purging, and purifying of Yahweh's people E. Numbers E. Numbers Creation, fall, and judgment A. Genesis 1-11 A. Genesis 1-11 Covenant renewal and the second law-giving F. Deuteronomy F. Deuteronomy Covenant promise through the election of Abraham B. Genesis 12-50 B. Genesis 12-50 Deliverance of Yahweh's people from bondage, covenant relationship expanded to Israel as his people and the law given as a theocratic charter for Israel C. Exodus C. Exodus Question 2 0 out of 2 points The Assyrians were the most prominent cultural group shaping the historical background of Pentateuchal history. Selected Answer: True Correct Answer: False Response Feedback: H&W, 64 Question 3 2 out of 2 points According to HW, the "core concept" of the Old Testament is (one word): Selected Answer:
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covenant Correct Answer: covenant Question 4 2 out of 2 points In analyzing the relationship between Genesis 2-9 and the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Enuman Elish, the Atra-Hasis material, and other ancient creation mythologies, HW conclude: Selected Answer: two of the above Correct Answer: two of the above Question 5 0 out of 2 points The OT prophets taught that possession of the land guaranteed God's presence and blessing, while exile denoted God's abandonment. Selected Answer: True Correct Answer: False Response Feedback: HW-52 Question 6 0 out of 2 points According to HW, what is Stage 1 in the process of formal canon formation in the Old Testament?
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