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Temple in Jerusalem: Quiz

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Question 1: The Temple was the place where offerings described in the course of the ________ were carried out, including daily morning and afternoon offerings and special offerings on Shabbat and Jewish holidays.
Hebrew BibleOld TestamentDeuterocanonical booksTanakh

Question 2: In addition to the ________, the Temple is mentioned many times in the New Testament.
Hebrew BibleTanakhOld TestamentDeuterocanonical books

Question 3: A daily recital of Biblical and Talmudic passages related to the ________ (sacrifices) performed in the Temple (See korbanot in siddur).
JudaismMikvehJewish servicesKorban

Question 4: According to the ________, the Temple had an Ezrat Nashim (Women's Court) to the east and main area to the west.
MidrashRabbinic literatureTalmudJewish philosophy

Question 5: References to the restoration of the Temple and sacrificial worships in the daily ________ prayer, the central prayer in Judaism.
KorbanAmidahYom KippurJewish services

Question 6: According to the New Testament ________, it was to the Temple Court that Jesus was brought as a child, to be presented at the Temple (Luke 2:22) and to attend festivals (Luke 2:41).
GospelHoly SpiritApostle (Christian)Christ

Question 7: The Temple was located a little to the east of the Dome of the Rock (Professor Joseph Patrich of the ________.
An-Najah National UniversityHebrew University of JerusalemBen-Gurion University of the NegevTel Aviv University

Question 8: An Islamic shrine, the ________, has stood on the site of the Temple since the late 7th Century CE, and the al-Aqsa Mosque, from roughly the same period, also stands on the Temple courtyard.
JerusalemTemple MountDome of the ChainDome of the Rock

Question 9: The temple is also called by a variety of other names in the ________, such as Beit YHWH (House of God) or simply Beiti (My house) or Beitechah (Your House)
Deuterocanonical booksOld TestamentTanakhHebrew Bible

Question 10: According to the Hebrew Bible, the ________ was built by King Solomon (reigned c.970-c.930 BCE).
TabernacleSolomon's TempleKodesh HakodashimKohen Gadol







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