God Quiz


Judaism has long been credited with introducing monotheism to the world. But Jewish conceptions of that one God have varied through the ages.

Question 1 of :

Qustion 1. Which of these is not a sefirah in the Kabbbalistic perception of God?

Keter (crown) Malkhut (kingship) Shalem (completion) Daat (knowledge)

Qustion 2. Which of these does God identify as His own name, in the Bible?

The Omnipresent I Am Who I Am The Holy One Blessed Be He The Name The One Who Spoke and Thus Created The World

Qustion 3. Which of these names for God is often used in modern feminist congregations to denote feminine aspects of God?

Shekhinah, or "dwelling-place" Makor HaHayim, or "fountain of life" Ima, or "Divine Mother" All of these A and B

Qustion 4. Which of these characteristics is attributed to God in the Torah?

God has a hand God has an arm God gets angry All of these None of these

Qustion 5. What is the primary purpose of kabbalah?

To gain better concentration for prayer To harness the power of Creation To achieve great personal gains To learn more about the essence of God

Qustion 6. What movement was founded in 1963 by Sherwin Wine?

Reconstructionist Judaism Secular Humanistic Judaism Jewish Renewal The Chosen People Foundation

Qustion 7. What is Panentheism?

The belief that God is not one entity, but rather is several different entities The idea that everything in the universe contains a part of God The doctrine that all creation is embraced by God A 17th-century movement which posits that all religions are true in their own way

Qustion 8. Which of these does the Bible NOT explicitly command us to do?

Love God Fear God Worship God Struggle with God

Qustion 9. What did the kabbalists introduce?

The name HaShem to refer to God The idea of humanity being created in God's image A distinction between the hidden and revealed aspects of God Our rest on Shabbat as a metaphor for God's rest

Qustion 10. True or false: The statement "there were no atheists in antiquity" is largely accurate.

True False
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