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Book of Isaiah: Quiz

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Question 1: The prophesies concerning them can be summarized as saying that God is the God of the whole earth, and that ________ which think of themselves as secure in their own power might well be conquered by other nations, at God's command.
LawEthnic groupNation stateNation

Question 2: This expression appears only 6 times within the ________ outside the book of Isaiah[7].
Biblical canonOld TestamentBibleBiblical apocrypha

Question 3:

Question 4: Because of the threat from Tiglath-pileser III, Syria (or "Aram") and Israel (led now by ________) tried to force Judah to ally with them around 734 BC.
AhabPekahAhazMenahem

Question 5:
Which of the following titles did Book of Isaiah have?

Question 6: Chapters 24-34, while too complex to characterize easily, are primarily concerned with prophecies of a "________," a person anointed or given power by God, and of the Messiah's kingdom, where justice and righteousness will reign.
MessiahJesusSecond ComingJewish eschatology

Question 7: Isaiah prophesied during the reigns of four kings: Uzziah (also known as Azariah), Jotham, Ahaz, and ________.
JosiahSaulSolomonHezekiah

Question 8: He was interested in Assyrian expansionism, especially to the west; and ________ 15:17-22 mentions that King Menahem of Israel paid tribute to him ("King Pul").
Book of DanielBooks of KingsBooks of SamuelBooks of Chronicles

Question 9: The Canaanite worship, which involved fertility rites, including sexual practices forbidden by ________, had become popular among the Jewish people.
Haredi JudaismHalakhaHasidic JudaismOrthodox Judaism

Question 10: This section is seen by Jews as describing an actual king, a descendant of their great king, David, who will make Judah a great kingdom and ________ a truly holy city.
IsraelBeirutDamascusJerusalem







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