God QuizJudaism has long been credited with introducing monotheism to the world. But Jewish conceptions of that one God have varied through the ages.
Question 1. What is the Tetragrammaton?
The four-letter name of God
The covenant between God and Israel
The fourth of the Ten Commandments
Another name for the World to Come
Question 2. What is the Shiur Komah?
A popular Torah class offered in Jerusalem
A medieval disputation about the nature of God
The archaelogical site of an ancient synagogue
The earliest Hebrew work that deals with the secret of God Himself
Question 3. 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 4. 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
Question 5. Which of these is not a list in the book Shiur Komah?
A list of the limbs of God
A list of the measurements of the limbs of God
A list of the esoteric names of each limb of God
A list of the thoughts of God
Question 6. What kind of encounter with God was stressed by Martin Buber and Abraham Joshua Heschel?
A rational encounter, grounded in the role of science in Creation
An existential encounter, acknowledging that there is no way to approach speaking to God
A human encounter, grounded in experiential knowledge and emotions
None of these
Question 7. What distinction did the Kabbalists make between different aspects of God?
The human and the divine
The revealed and concealed
The earthly and the endless
The Jewish and the Christian