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Q1
The king of Judah who suffered in the hands of Nebuchadnezzar was
A
Jehoachin
B
Manasseh
C
Josiah
D
Zedekiah
E
Q2
In his reform, king Josiah first attacked the
A
prostitutes that came around the temple at night
B
priests that made burnt offerings in the temple
C
Canaanite divinities- the Baal and Ashera
D
traders who profaned the temple
E
Q3
Josiah's Religious Reforms in Judah led to the
A
renewal of the worship of the sun god
B
removal from the Temple, vessels dedicated to foreign gods
C
restoration of the rights of wizards and mediums
D
refurnishing of all local sanctuaries throughout Judah
E
Q4
Josiah's immediate reaction to the world of Huldah the prophetess was
A
ordering the immediate repair of the temple
B
payment of salary arrears to temple workers
C
renewal of his allegiance to the covenant
D
reading of the book of the law
E
Q5
Who among the following carried out a religious reform in Judah?
A
Jonah.
B
Joshua.
C
Josiah
D
Jezebel.
E
Q6
The religious reform of king Josiah was triggered off by the
A
death of the former king.
B
death of the high priest of the temple in Jerusalem.
C
discovery of the law book in the temple.
D
exile to Babylon.
E
Q7
King Josiah was inspired to reform the worship of God in Judah by
A
Hikiah, the priest.
B
Shaphan, the King's secretary.
C
the workers repairing the temple.
D
the contents of the book of the Law.
E
Q8
King Josiah was inspired to reform the worship of God in Judah by
A
Hilkiah, the priest.
B
Shapan, the king's secretary.
C
the workers repairing the temple.
D
the contest of the book of law
E
Q9
Ezra was a scholar in the study of the
A
History of Persia.
B
Politics of Persia.
C
Religious law of Hammurabi.
D
Law of Moses.
E
Q10
When Nehemiah received the situation report on Jerusalem after the fall of the city, he
A
left immediately for Jerusalem to rebuild the walls
B
Wrote to the governors of the province beyond the river.
C
appealed to the king of Babylon to allow the exiles to return home.
D
wept, fasted and prayed for days.
E
could not stand before the king for several days.
Q11
Josiah, the king of Judah, is best remembered in Jewish history for
A
his opposition to pharaoh-Neco of Egypt.
B
destroying all the shrine of baal and Asherah in the country
C
ordering the bones and tombs of the prophets of god to be preserved.
D
repairing the temple of then lord.
E
deposing all the priests of baal and Asherah.
Q12
The opposition of sanballat and Tobiah against the effort of Nehemiah to rebuild the walls Jerusalem was countered by
A
posting guards to watch against the enemies day and night and praying to god.
B
appealing to sanballat and his men to join in the work of rebuilding.
C
seeking military assistance from the king of Babylon.
D
praying to god to utterly destroy the enemies.
E
inviting the governors of the provinces beyond the river to attack them.
Q13
which of the following did not form part of Asa's religious reforms in Judah?
A
Abolition of male cult prostitution in the land.
B
Removal of all the idols which his father made.
C
cutting down of the image made by maacah for Asherah.
D
Destruction of the high places.
E
Removal of maacah from being queen mother.
Q14
King Josiah was commanded by the Deuteronomic historians because he
A
wrote a book of law.
B
ordered the repair of the temple in Jerusalem.
C
defend the king of Assyria against Egyptian attacks.
D
Built a new temple in Jerusalem.
E
directed shaphan, his secretary to recongize Baalism in Israel.
Q15
In spite of Josiah's religious reforms god still punished Judah because
A
his reforms did not go far enough.
B
Judah had sod her to foreign powers.
C
Josiah's reform were limited to Judah alone.
D
Josiah overturned Manasseh's religious policies
E
the faithlessness of Judah had become unpardonable.
Q16
King Josiah was regarded as the defender of Jewish religion because
A
He killed all the priests of baal.
B
He sanctified the priest of baal to serve at the alter in Jerusalem.
C
Houses which were dedicated to the sun god were rededicated to the Lord.
D
He brought down Jeroboam's alter from Bethel to Jerusalem.
E
He reformed the corrupt religious practices of his predecessors.
Q17
During his reign, Asa carried out all the following religious reforms except
A
Putting away the male cult prostitutes.
B
Removing all idols.
C
Removing his mother from being queen.
D
Cutting down the image of Asherah.
E
Stopping Israelites from sacrificing at the high places.