Test #1 Study Guide (ANSWER KEY) revised edition

Test #1 Study Guide (ANSWER KEY) revised edition - Heaton 1...

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Heaton 1 Mitchell T. Heaton Father Basil Yender, O.S.B. Honors Theology I 25 March 2009 Test #1 Study Guide (ANSWER KEY) __________________ about 100 B.C. _____________ When was the Book of Wisdom written? T or F The author of the Book of Wisdom is unknown but was a member of the Jewish community at Alexandria in Egypt. _ _ What was the aim of the Book of Wisdom? Name five adjectives that are used to describe wisdom. 1)__ intelligent _______________________ 2)__ holy_ ___________________________ 3)__ secure __________________________ 4)__ all-powerful _____________________ 5)__ unstained _______________________ ____ friend of God ________________________________ Wisdom allows one to become a _?_. Explain the author of Wisdom’s reasoning regarding our ability to know that God exists. He reasons that one can know that there is a God just by looking at his creation “for from the greatness and the beauty of created things their original author, by analogy, is seen” (Wis 13: 5) ___ “Nabuco” _________________ What is the name of the opera written by Giuseppe Verdi about the Jewish rebellion against the Babylonians? ____________ Day of Wrath ______________________________ What does “Dies Irae” mean? _______________________ Psalm 117 ________________________ What is the shortest psalm? Messianism: ____ the gradual, growing hope for an ideal “anointed one” (messiah) __________ Name the examples of Messianism in Isaiah 53 and Daniel 7. Isaiah 53-___ “Suffering Servant” __________________________________________________ Daniel 7-____ “Son of Man” _______________________________________________________
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Heaton 2 Name the three developments in the exile/post-exile period that represented changes from previous eras in Jewish religious life. 1)____ development of the priesthood _____ 2)____ development of the synagogue _____ 3)____ focus on the Torah ______________ ____ 7 __________ _______ the Sapiential Books ______ How many books of Wisdom Literature are there? What are they also called? _____ post-exile period _________ To what period are the books of the Wisdom Literature dated? T or F Wisdom Literature was influenced by Greek culture. _____________ “love of wisdom” __________ What does the Greek word for philosophy mean? _____ Geek philosophical thought ___________ What is characteristic of the Wisdom Literature? ______ pseudo epigraphy ___________________ What is the technical term for false authorship? ________ Solomon
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