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1. The inspired poetry of the Bible is
a) focused on the deepest human needs.
2. Hebrew poetry uses parallelism—a repetition of ideas—rather than relying on rhyming.
3. Job’s theme deals with the problem of
a) interpersonal tensions between Job and his comforters.
b) why the righteous suffer.
4. In the centuries since they were written, the Psalms
a) have influenced public worship.
b) have proved to be a handbook of devotional life for the individual.
c) both of the above.
5. The Psalms have no particular link to the New Testament.
6. David wrote all the Psalms and Solomon wrote all the Proverbs.
7. The Proverbs are full of
a) practical precepts for living.
b) prayer and praise for worship.
8. Which book of poetry especially teaches man’s need of God in view of this world’s inability to satisfy fully?
9. Which book of poetry is read in Jewish synagogues at Passover?
c) Song of Solomon.
10. In the Song of Solomon we see
a) Solomon’s love for his Shulamite bride.
b) Christ’s love for his bride, the Church.
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