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Study Questions for Revelation in Israel reading

by: Briana Drake

Study Questions for Revelation in Israel reading 101

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These notes/questions will cover information on Exam 1 and 2
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Date Created: 09/08/16
Reading questions for Revelation in Israel 1. Who wrote the article? 2. Summarize what Deuteronomy 7:1-11 says in two sentences. 3. Summarize what Isaiah 49:1-6 says in two sentences. 4. According to Davis, what do the two passages have in common? 5. What does Davis say that Deut 7:1-11 has been used to justify? 6. When does Davis say that Deut 7:1-11 was likely composed? 7. What is Assyria? What was Assyria’s policy concerning defeated peoples? 8. In the historical context that Davis suggests, who are the Israelites supposed to resist, not marry, not make covenants with, and kill? 9. Is there any archaeological evidence that the Israelites exterminated the Canaanites? 10.What genre does Davis think Deut 7:1-11 and Isiah 49:1-6 are? 11.What is resistance literature? 12.What is the danger that Davis sees in resistance literature like Deut 7:1-11? 13.What is the essential grounding that comes from Deuteronomy? 14.What is a central term in ancient Near Eastern treaties? 15.Israel is supposed to love _____________ instead of ______________. 16.Why is Deuteronomy inadequate on the horizontal axis? 17.What time period does Isaiah 49 come from? Where is the prophet living? 18.What kind of mission does Isaiah testify to? 19.What are the similarities between what Isaiah says and God’s call to Abraham? 20.Why is the prophet finally able to fully understand his mission?


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