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Unformatted text preview: FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE FOR R EL CJ 121, H EBREW B IBLE /O LD T ESTAMENT F ALL 2007 T HE F INAL E XAM The final exam is scheduled for Tuesday, December 11 th from 9 am to 12 noon in our regular room and will cover the assigned readings (primary and secondary, whether or not they were discussed in class and section), lectures and sections. Please bring two blue books with you. No Bibles, books, notes or other aides may be used during the exam. Students who are scheduled to take the exam at another time and students with disabilities that require adjustments in the format or requirements of the final MUST contact both the teaching assistant and the professor to reconfirm those arrangements by Wednesday, December 5th. If you miss the exam for any reason, your excuse must be documented by your association dean. I TS P ARTS The final exam will have several parts and will include: Identifications . You will be asked to identify and comment briefly on the significance of names and terms; a list of possible terms is provided below. Please be sure to both define and give the significance of the term or name to class discussion, biblical scholarship and/or the biblical narrative. The terms all come from the material covered after the midterm . Quotations . You will be asked to name the speaker (if there is one), mention where the quotation falls in the Hebrew Bible (i.e., the book and the circumstances of the quotation), and comment on its significance . The quotations will all come from the material covered after the midterm . (You do not need to cite the chapter and verse.) Essay Questions . You will be asked to write two essays drawn from issues discussed in class; one of the essays will emphasize the material that we discussed after the mid-term and the other essay will draw on material from the entire semester. For each essay, you will be required to...
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- Fall '07
- The Bible