Quiz 3 Study Guide (ANSWER KEY)

Quiz 3 Study Guide (ANSWER KEY) - Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton...

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Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Father Basil Yender, OSB Honors Theology I 6 February 2009 Quiz 3 Study Guide _____ Hebron _________ ___ the Judahites ______ In what city was David anointed king? Who was he anointed the king of? ___ Ishbaal ________ ___ Mahanaim _______ Who became the king of Israel after Saul’s death? Where was he anointed the king of Israel (excluding the Judahites)? _________________________ Abner ______________________ Who was Saul’s chief general? ____ Joab ___________ _____ Zeruiah _______ Who is in charge of the men of Judah, David’s chief General? Who is his father? _________________ Asahel ___________________________ Who is killed in battle by Abner? ______________ Rizpah __________________________________ Who was Saul’s concubine? _________ Abner ________ Who does Ishbaal accuse of having relations with Saul’s concubine? _____ he is stabbed in the abdomen _ ______ Joab _______ How does Abner die? Who kills him? ____________ Hebron _______________________________ Where is Abner buried (what city)? _______________ Zeruiah __________________ The sons of whom, seeked revenge for their brother’s death, Asahel’s death? ________________ Rechab and Baanah ____________________________ Who killed Ishbaal? ______________ Hebron in Abner’s grave _______________ Where was Ishbaal’s head buried? __________ an Amalekite _________________ Who told David that Saul and Jonathan had died? _ the Amalekite that delivered the news to David _ ___ he killed him __ Who, according to the account in 2Sm chapter 1, killed Saul? What did David do to him?
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Heaton T or F The Elegy for Saul and Jonathan is believed to be David’s own words and is recognized as one of the greatest pieces of literature in the Old Testament. ________ How can the warriors have fallen ________ What is the line that is repeated 3 times in the Elegy for Saul and Jonathan? elegy: ______ a sad, mournful poem usually because someone has died ____________ eulogy: _____ the good things that are said about the dead: “say nothing unless good” ____ __________ the Northern tribes of Israel ___ What tribes were united under Ishabaal’s kingship? _______ the Southern tribes of Israel _______ What tribes were united under David’s kingship? ______ Judah _________________ ______ Simeon ____________ Name the two specific tribes. __________ Asahel __________________ Who was known as being as quick as a gazelle? __________ Meribbaal _____________________________ What is the name of Jonathan’s son? _______ 30 _________ ________ forty years ___ How old was David when he became the king of ISRAEL? How long did he reign? ________ the hill of Zion
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