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Question 1: Many ________, Muslims, and Jews regard the Bible as inspired by God yet written fallibly by imperfect men.
ChristianityChristianCatholic ChurchJesus

Question 2: "little papyrus books")[5] was "an expression Hellenistic Jews used to describe their sacred books several centuries before the time of ________,"[6] and would have referred to the Septuagint.
GospelNew TestamentNew Testament view on Jesus' lifeJesus

Question 3: ________ denies any connection of the Torah, Written or Oral, with God.
Jewish philosophyConservative JudaismReconstructionist JudaismRabbi

Question 4: ________, So—Shir ha-Shirim (שיר השירים)
EcclesiastesSong of SongsBook of EstherPsalms

Question 5:
Bible, Rani Lakshmibai and Revelstoke, British Columbia are all:
Judeo-Christian topics Greek loanwords All pages needing cleanup Article sections to be split from September 2010

Question 6: The ________ is read on Yom Kippur.
Book of AmosBook of JonahBook of HoseaBook of Nahum

Question 7: The ________, or "Writings" or "Scriptures," may have been written during or after the Babylonian Exile.
BibleTanakhNevi'imKetuvim

Question 8: ________ and those of the Modern Protestant traditions do not accept the deuterocanonical books as canonical, although Protestant Bibles included them in Apocrypha sections until around the 1820s.
EvangelicalismChristianityProtestant ReformationEcumenism

Question 9: Broadly speaking, it is the same as the ________.
TanakhHebrew BibleDeuterocanonical booksOld Testament

Question 10: ________ (Baruch Chapter 6)
1 MaccabeesLetter of JeremiahBook of EnochDeuterocanonical books
















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