My Jewish Learning

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. Which of these attributes for God is described in Exodus?
 Merciful and Gracious
 Slow to Anger
 Abounding in Steadfast Love
 All of the above
 None of the above


Question 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


Question 3. Which of these does the Bible NOT explicitly command us to do?
 Love God
 Fear God
 Worship God
 Struggle with God


Question 4. What is the main argument of the book God: A Biography?
 God does not exist.
 God is merely a vehicle for the people speaking to God.
 God's character changes through the Bible.
 All of the above
 None of the above


Question 5. 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


Question 6. True or false: The statement "there were no atheists in antiquity" is largely accurate.


Question 7. According to Maimonides, what is the "fundamental of fundamentals"?
 Devotion to the commandments
 Belief in God
 Acceptance of the Torah
 The notion of Jews as God's Chosen People