Historical Books of the Old Testament - Week 5 Quiz

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Tim Swindler
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Year 1, 3rd Quarter

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Question 1

Question
Which of the following is true?
Answer
  • The narrative contrasts Saul who, facing trouble, turns to a medium, and David who, facing trouble, strengthens himself in the Lord
  • The narrative contrasts Saul who, drove all the mediums from the land, from David who was born to a medium
  • The narrative contrasts Saul who slays the Amelekites and David who refrains from carrying out actions against them, showing them mercy.
  • David and Saul are both from Bethlehem but Saul was not born there.
  • The narrative contrasts David, who found safety among the Philistines, and Saul who found safety among the Moabites.

Question 2

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Saul ordered the slaughter of the priests at Nob, whereas Abiathar the priest was given protection under David.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 3

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When the people make David king, they tell him that they are "your bone and flesh", alluding to imagery of the creation of Eve.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

Question
Which figure was Priest-king of Jerusalem before David?
Answer
  • Melchizedek
  • Noah
  • None of the answers provided is correct
  • Joshua
  • Saul

Question 5

Question
David's acts of war against the people in the land have nothing to do with cultic goals.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 6

Question
Which of the following is NOT true?
Answer
  • None of the answers provided is correct
  • David wears and ephod and blesses people, performing the actions of a priest
  • David's sons are said to have been priests
  • David is the only king to reign over all twelve tribes of Israel

Question 7

Question
What makes it clear that covenant sworn to David is inextricably linked to cultic concerns?
Answer
  • It is David's act of installing the righteous Zadok as priest that finally prompts God to swear his covenant oath to David
  • It is David's act of bringing the ark to Jerusalem and seeking to build a temple there that finally prompts God to swear his covenant oath to David
  • It is David's desire to save the priests at Nob that finally prompts God to swear his covenant oath to David
  • It is David's act of restoring the Levites at Shiloh to their rightful place that finally prompts God to swear his covenant oath to David

Question 8

Question
David's first problematic action in the narrative of his adulterous affair and murder of Uriah is his refraining from go out to battle.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 9

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In bringing the ark up to Jerusalem, David performs numerous actions that technically should only be performed by the Levites (e.g. erecting the tabernacle)
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 10

Question
2 Samuel tells us that David's sons were priests.
Answer
  • True
  • False
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