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
· A.
God is an impersonal force.
· B.
God is creator and judge.
· C.
God is the pattern of nature.
· D.
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
· A.
Rosh Hashanah.
· B.
Hanukkah.
· C.
Passover.
· D.
Yom Kippur.

3.
The Jewish Sabbath is kept from
· A.
sunset Friday to sunset Saturday.
· B.
sunrise Saturday to sunrise Sunday.
· C.
sunrise Saturday to sundown Sunday.
· D.
sunrise Sunday to sunrise Monday.

Concept: HISTORY OF JUDAISM




Mastery


100%


Questions


· 4
· 5




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?
· A.
Moses
· B.
David
· C.
Abraham
· D.
Nehemiah

5.
“Covenant” means
· A.
restoration.
· B.
overthrow.
· C.
vision.
· D.
contract.

Concept: HEBREW SCRIPTURES




Mastery


100%


Questions


· 6
· 7
· 8
· 9




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
· A.
Proverbs.
· B.
Genesis.
· C.
Isaiah.
· D.
Psalms.

7.
The three categories of the Hebrew Bible are
· A.
Torah, Prophets, and Proverbs.
· B.
Psalms, Chronicles, and Proverbs.
· C.
History, Prophets, and Psalms.
· D.
Torah, Prophets, and Writings.

8.
According to the Book of Exodus, what disaster was the last to strike the Egyptians?
· A.
plague of frogs
· B.
hail
· C.
darkness
· D.
death of firstborn male children

9.
Another name for the Torah is
· A.
Nevi’im.
· B.
Tanakh.
· C.
Pentateuch.
· D.
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
· A.
Reform Judaism.
· B.
Reconstructionist Judaism.
· C.
Orthodox Judaism.
· D.
Conservative Judaism.
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