Sample Questions (B10-L2)

Below you can find some sample questions for the Lesson 2 on Old Testament Books! It is provided in various formats.  (Questions provided by St. Peter’s Philadelphia.)

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  1. What does Septuagint mean in Latin?
    1. 70
    2. 50
    3. 80
    4. 199
  2. How many sections are the books of Septuagint divided?
    1. 2
    2. 4
    3. 3
    4. 9
  3. What is the books of law known as?
    1. The Bible
    2. Books of Wisdom
    3. Pentateuch or Torah
    4. Jacob’s books
  4. Who wrote the Torah?
    1. Jacob
    2. Joseph
    3. Elijah
    4. Moses
  5. What is the meaning of Genesis?
    1. Departure
    2. Beginning
    3. Traveling
    4. Hope
  6. What is the meaning of Exodus?
    1. Beginning
    2. Hope
    3. Love
    4. Departure
  7. What is Leviticus about?
    1. Talks about the Israelites traveling
    2. Shows details of where ship dictated by God to be led by the tribe of Levi
    3. Shows details about the Ten Commandments
    4. Talks about Faith
  8. What is the book of Numbers about?
    1. The Census taken by Moses
    2. The Israelites in battles
    3. The Israelites’ journey to Canaan
    4. The people idol worshipping
  9. What is the meaning of Deuteronomy?
    1. First Law
    2. Torah
    3. Second Law
    4. Departure
  10. What happens in Deuteronomy?
    1. Moses gives the laws to Israel for the second time
    2. The Israelites idol worship
    3. The journey to Canaan
    4. The Census taken by Moses
  11. What does Joshua’s name mean?
    1. Salvation
    2. Hope
    3. Love
    4. Faith
  12. What happened during the Battle at Gibeon?
    1. The Lord made huge hailstones fall from the sky and crush the enemy soldiers.
    2. The people could not go to the Promise Land.
    3. The Israelites were reclaiming the Jerusalem Temple
    4. The Greeks worshipped their Gods in the Temple.
  13. Who wrote the book of Judges?
    1. Moses
    2. Samuel
    3. John
    4. Matthew
  14. Who is the author of Ruth?
    1. Unknown
    2. Ruth
    3. Naomi
    4. John
  15. What is Ruth’s relation to Christ?
    1. The great grandmother of King David and foremother of Jesus
    2. The mother of Mary
    3. The grandmother of John
    4. The mother of Joseph
  16. Who was the first King of Israel?
    1. Samuel
    2. David
    3. Saul
    4. Solomon
  17. Who wrote the First and Second Kingdoms?
    1. Saul
    2. David
    3. Samuel
    4. John
  18. What is the Third and Fourth Kingdoms known as in the Old Testament?
    1. John
    2. 3 and 4 Kings
    3. 1 and 2 Kings
    4. King
  19. Who wrote the First and Second Chronicles?
    1. Samuel
    2. Joseph
    3. Matthew
    4. Ezra
  20. During what time was First and Second Ezra written?
    1. During the time of Israelites returning to Jerusalem from their captivity in Babylon
    2. During the time when Moses was in Egypt
    3. During the time the Israelites were going to the Promised Land
    4. During the time of Jesus’s resurrection
  21. Who was Nehemiah?
    1. Priest
    2. Prophet
    3. Neither a priest nor a prophet
    4. Angel
  22. What is Tobit about?
    1. A priest preaching his faith
    2. The Israelites’ journey
    3. King David
    4. A fervent believer in exile in Nineveh
  23. What is the major theme of Judith?
    1. Judith’s love for God
    2. Judith’s journey to Canaan
    3. Judith’s unfailing trust in God to protect her people
    4. Judith’s problems
  24. What is the major them of Maccabees?
    1. God’s deliverance of Israel during the Jewish wars
    2. How God rewards those who are faithful to the Law and punishes the evildoers.
    3. The Maccabees’ faith
    4. Both A and B
  25. How did Esther use her royal position?
    1. To command people
    2. To persuade the king to save her people from the evil plans of a general named Haman
    3. To spread her faith
    4. To make sacrifices

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