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8. ___Sarah___________"God has given me cause to laugh, and all who hear of it will laugh with me." Who is the speaker? 9. ____Eve___________"We may eat of the fruit of the tree in the garden; it is only the fruit of the tree in the middle of the garden that God said, 'You shall not eat it or even touch it lest you die.'" Identify the speaker. 10. __Isaac____________"Here is the fire and the wood, but where is the lamb for the holocaust?" Identify the speaker. Part III. True/False 10 points 1. __True_____The most important character in any Hebrew narrative is the narrator. 2. __True_____ You have made him little less than the angels…” from Psalm 8 is an example of this literary technique know as metaphor. 3. __True_____ The biblical stories of creation deny the possibility of a “Big Bang” Theory of creation. 4. __False_____The story of creation was written down when it occurred. 5. __False_____We can believe everything we read in the Bible as factually correct. 6. ___True____The beliefs about suffering and sin that are presented in the book of Job represent the teachings on suffering that Christianity professes today. 7. __True_____ A literary myth is a story about reality. 8. __True______The Book of Psalms contains 150 hymns that are divided into five sections, each ending with a doxology. 9. ___True_____To the Chosen People, every act that occurred was an act of God. 10. __False_____Hebrew poetry uses concrete imagery.
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Part IV Essays: Please answer in complete sentences, using correct grammar and spelling. 25 points each 1. Read Exodus 20: 1-26 where a covenant between God and the Israelites is laid out. a. Define “covenant” and explain what this covenant in Exodus details. b. Explain the blessings and the curses connected with this covenant. d. Who is the recipient of this covenant? 2. Didactic Fiction teaches lessons. In the book of Jonah, there are two lessons: we cannot hide from God and God does not limit his love to the Israelites but loves other nations as well. Choose one of these lessons and explain how it is defined in the story of Jonah.
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  • Fall '19
  • New Testament, Israelites, Jonah, Book of Jonah, Chosen people, Supersessionism

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