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Wayland Old Test
|What is the name of the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible
|What are the eight rules of interpretation
|How Did U Climb High Like God Did
|What are the three statements of a Balanced Biblical Doctrine
|From God and through men, The Bible is a straightforward communication of God’s will for humanity and The Bible can be understood in terms of ordinary human language.
|What are the four major sections of the English Old Testament
|Torah, Historical, Wisdom and Prophetic
|What are the stages of development for the literature of the Old Testament
|Oral to scroll to books
|What are the three main divisions of the Hebrew Bible
|Law (Torah), Prophets (Nevi’im), Writings (Ketuvim)
|What body of water makes the western boundary for the Promise Land
|What is the southern most lake of the Promise Land
|The Dead Sea
|What languages was the Old Testament originally written in
|Hebrew except Daniel was written in Aramaic
|Who is the author of the first five books of the Old Testament?
|The term “Pentateuch” refers to?
|The first 5 books of the Old Testament
|What does Torah refer to?
|Torah means Law
|What are the four important events of Genesis?
|Creation, Fall, Flood, Deploying
|What are the four important people of Genesis?
|Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph
|What is the theme of Genesis?
|What is known as “primeval history”?
|Creation (Gen 1-11)
|What were the two trees in the Garden of Eden?
|The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil and the Tree of Life
|What was the purpose of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil?
|To provide choice and free will
|What was Abraham’s test of faith?
|The near sacrifice of Isaac
|What were the three promises of God’s covenant with Abraham?
|A land, a seed, and a blessing
|Who had his name changed to Israel?
|Jacob, after he wrestled with God
|Who is Isaac’s wife?
|Who is the child of Abraham and the servant Hagar?
|Who is the promised child of Abraham and Sarah?
|What is the purpose of the Tabernacle?
|So that God could live among the people
|What is the theme of Exodus?
|What passage contains the Ten Commandments?
|Where did the tribes of Israel receive the divine law?
|At the foot of Mt. Sinai
|What is the theme of Leviticus?
|What tribe contributes priests to the religious system of Israel?
|What are the five offerings of Israel?
|Burnt, grain, peace, sin, and guilt offerings
|What is the meaning of the Day of Atonement?
|When the High Priest would enter the Holy of Holies to atone the sins of Israel
|What does the term of holiness mean?
|Set Apart, Clear, quarantined, (clean)
|What are the four rebellions of the Book of Numbers?
|Family Rebellion against Moses Chapter 12 Rebellion against entering the Promised Land Chapter 13-14 Rebellion of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram Chapter 16 Rebellion of Moses and water from the rock Chapter 20
|What is the theme of Numbers?
|What are the three annual pilgrim feasts?
|Passover, Weeks, and Booths
|What comprises the material in Deuteronomy?
|Speeches of Moses
|What is the theme of Deuteronomy?
|What categories can Joshua’s conquest be divided?
|Central, Southern, and Northern
|What city was conquered as part of Joshua’s Northern campaign?
|What city was headquarters during the conquest?
|What is the theme of Joshua?
|What is the timeframe of the conquest of the Promise Land?
|What tribe was Joshua’s family?
|What was the name of the King of Jerusalem who formed the Amorite alliance to fight against Joshua?
|Who is the son of Nun and replaced Moses as the leader of the Israelites?
|What is the cycle of the Judges?
|Sin, Servitude, Supplication, Salvation and Silence
|What is the theme of Judges?
|What is the timeframe of the Judges?
|What judge tested God with a fleece of wool?
|What judge was a Nazirite?
|When did each of the main six judges reign in Israel?
|1367-1327 B.C. Othniel, 1309-1229 B.C. Ehud, 1209-1169 B.C. Deborah, 1162-1122 B.C. Gideon,Unknown Time Jephthah, 1075-1055 B.C. Sampson
|Who are the six main Judges?
|Othniel, Ehud, Deborah, Gideon, Jephthah, and Sampson
|What is the theme of Ruth?
|Who was an alien from Israel but included in David’s genealogy?
|What are the five major Philistine cities?
|Gaza, Ashdod, Ashkelon, Ekron, and Gath
|What is the theme of First Samuel?
|What is the timeframe of the United Kingdom?
|What year does Saul become King of United Israel?
|Where was Saul crowned King of United Israel?
|Who was simultaneously prophet, judge, and priest of Israel?
|What year do Saul and his sons die?
|What Philistine city is given to David
|What city is the capital of the United Kingdom in King Solomon’s reign
|What is the theme of Second Samuel?
|What son of David rebelled against him?
|What three Israel kings held power during the united monarchy of the twelve tribes?
|Saul, David, and Solomon
|What was God’s promise to David?
|Descendants would reign after him
|What year does David become King of Judah?
|What year does David become King of United Israel?
|What year does Solomon become King of United Israel?
|Who in Second Samuel is a parallel of God’s reception of a sinner?
|What is the theme of First Kings?
|What is the timeframe of the Divided Kingdom?
|What year was the Temple completed?
|What events aided the growing discontent with David’s kingdom
|Amnon’s rape of Tamar, Absalom’s rebellion, Sheba’s rebellion
|What northern king bought a hill and built a new capital of Israel
|Who is considered the most wicked woman in the Bible
|Who was the first king of the Northern Kingdom of Israel
|Who was the first king of the Southern Kingdom of Judah
|Whose ministry was the bases for the office of prophet
|What is the theme of Second Kings
|What is the timeframe of the Surviving Kingdom
|What year was the northern kingdom of Israel taken away into captivity
|What year was the southern kingdom of Judah taken away into captivity
|Who captured the northern capital after a siege of three years
|What empire conquered Israel and took them into captivity
|What empire conquered Judah and took them into captivity
|What is the theme of Ezra
|What is the timeframe of the Restoration
|What is the theme of Job
|Why do the righteous suffer
|Foolishnees,selfishness; chastisement; teach of seriousness of sin; Demonstrations of God’s strength; validate messages importance; strengthen faith; to show believer’s faith.
|What is the theme of Psalms
|What is worship
|Response, Relationship, Rejoicing, Rethinking & Recharges.
|How is fear related to wisdom
|Fear is a balanced and healthy interwoven (awe, respect, and fright)
|What book provides us with practical guidelines for living
|What is the theme of Proverbs
|What is the purpose of life according to Ecclesiastes
|Fear God and obey Him.
|What is the theme of Ecclesiastes
|Who wrote the book of Ecclesiastes
|What is the theme of Song of Songs
|Who wrote the book of Song of Songs
|What are the four different approaches to interpreting Song of Songs
|Allergorical, Typological, Dramatic, Lyrical
|What is a prophet
|Divinely appointed spokesperson for God
|What does Messiah mean
|Anointed in Hebrew; Messiah and Christ same in different languages; prophet-priest- king, the three positions of authority that was anointed with oil.
|What is the legitimacy test for a biblical prophet
|Is there a divine calling & Is the message of the potential prophet call to repent of sins, foretelling test of credibility, and foretelling fulfilled.
|What is the meaning of the “Day of the Lord”
|The wicked are punished and the righteous will be rewarded
|What are the four servant songs of
|Isaiah 42:1-9 - The Call; Isaiah 49:1-13 The Commission; Isaiah 50:4-11 - The Commitment; Isaiah 52:13-53:12 - The Career/
|What is the summary of true religion
|Justice, mercy, and humility
|What is Habakkuk 2:4
|“See, he is puffed up;his desires are not uprightbut the righteous will live by his faith.”
|What are the symbolic actions of Jeremiah
|Linen waistcloth, Potter, Broken flask, Two baskets of figs, Wooden yoke, Confrontation, Purchase of a field
|Who wrote Lamentations
|What is the poetry of this book
|How is Hosea’s marriage related to the prophecy
|Adulterous Marriage, divorce, and restoration is like God and Israel’s adulterous marriage through idolatry, divorce through exile, and restoration by the remnant
|Who are the Edomites
|Descendants of Esau; Jacob and Esau fought growing up and so did their descendants
|What book of prophecy is written as a funeral song of doom
|What is Nineveh
|The capital city of the Assyrian empire
|What is the theme of Ezekiel
|What is Babylon
|Commercial center of the Babylonian Empire; spiritual Babylon is the symbol of wickedness
|What is the theme of Daniel
|What are the seventy-seven weeks of prophecy
|The remaining history of Israel lasts 70 weeks (490 years)
|What are the eight visions of Zechariah
|Horseman, Horns and craftsman, Man with ruler, Joshua and Satan, Lampstand and Olive trees, Flying Scroll, Woman in basket, Four chariots