REL 134 Week 2 Knowledge Check


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REL 134 Week 2 Knowledge Check
 

1.

The Jewish view of God is best expressed as

 
God is an impersonal force.


God is creator and judge.

God is the pattern of nature.

God created the world but does not interfere in it.

2.

The Jewish Day of Atonement, the most sacred day of the Jewish year, is

Rosh Hashanah.

 
Hanukkah.

Passover.

Yom Kippur.

3.

The Jewish Sabbath is kept from

sunset Friday to sunset Saturday.

sunrise Saturday to sunrise Sunday.

sunrise Saturday to sundown Sunday.

 
sunrise Sunday to sunrise Monday.

 

Concept: HISTORY OF JUDAISM
 

Mastery
100%
Questions
˙  4 

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Materials on the concept
 

The World of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs
 

4.

Judaism traces itself back to what legendary patriarch who is written about in the book of Genesis?


Moses

 

David


Abraham


Nehemiah

5.

?Covenant? means


restoration.

overthrow.


vision.

 
contract.


Concept: HEBREW SCRIPTURES
 

Mastery
100%
Questions
˙  6 

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Materials on the concept
 
In the Beginning: Stories of Origins
 
Moses and the Law
 
The Hebrew Bible
 

6.

The biblical book that describes the origins of the human race is

 
Proverbs.

 
Genesis.

 
Isaiah.

Psalms.

7.

The three categories of the Hebrew Bible are

Torah, Prophets, and Proverbs.

Psalms, Chronicles, and Proverbs.


History, Prophets, and Psalms.


Torah, Prophets, and Writings.

8.

According to the Book of Exodus, what disaster was the last to strike the Egyptians?


plague of frogs


hail


darkness

death of firstborn male children

9.

Another name for the Torah is

 
Nevi?im.


Tanakh.

 

Pentateuch.

 
Ketuvim.

 

Concept: MAJOR SECTS OF JUDAISM
 


Mastery
100%
Questions
˙  10
 
Materials on the concept
 

Observance-Based Divisions
 

10.

Contemporary Judaism has split into four parts. The part which encourages non-literal, individual interpretation of traditional beliefs is called

Reform Judaism.


Reconstructionist Judaism.

Orthodox Judaism.

Conservative Judaism.

REL 134 Week 2 Knowledge Check

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