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Multiple Choice Quiz

  1. All of the following offer farewell addresses except:
      a. Joseph
      b. Moses
      c. Joshua
      d. Samuel
  2. Chapters 1–4.43 of Deuteronomy were probably influenced by:
      a. Assyrian hegemony
      b. exile in Babylon
      c. Hosea
      d. Jeremiah
  3. All of the following books were influenced by the Deuteronomic school except:
      a. Ruth
      b. Joshua
      c. Judges
      d. Kings
  4. All are kings of Assyria except:
      a. Sennacherib
      b. Esarhaddon
      c. Ashurbanipal
      d. Hezekiah
  5. The king who inaugurated a religious reform in 622 BCE was:
      a. Hezekiah
      b. David
      c. Josiah
      d. Solomon
  6. All are true of Jeremiah except:
      a. his prophetic career began during Josiah's reign
      b. he modeled his reforms on the book of Deuteronomy
      c. he may have belonged to the Deuteronomic school
      d. he was a northern prophet
  7. The primary difference between Hittite and Assyrian suzerainty treaties is that the Assyrians treaties do not include:
      a. blessings
      b. curses
      c. divine witnesses
      d. a list of stipulations
  8. Close connections exist between Deuteronomy and this eighth-century BCEprophet from northern Israel:
      a. Isaiah
      b. Hosea
      c. Zephaniah
      d. Amos
  9. The Deuteronomic law of the king forbids all of the following except:
      a. too many horses
      b. excessive gold and silver
      c. a large harem
      d. the exclusive worship of Yahweh
  10. The only place explicitly identified as a place of Israel's worship in the book of Deuteronomy is:
      a. Jerusalem
      b. Shechem
      c. Shiloh
      d. Samaria
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