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. Who introduced the term "Jehovah" as a name for God?
Secular Jewish scholars of Christianity
The Greek translators of the Torah
The founders of the Jehovah's Witnesses
Question 2. What is the teleological proof of God's existence?
The idea of concrete evidence, such as evolution
The idea that the world is a complicated place, and it's unlikely to become that way by accident
The idea that our beliefs have a concrete manifestation
The idea of using the Bible as historical evidence.
Question 3. True or false: There is no single Jewish conception of God.
Question 4. Which school of belief directly influenced Saadiah Gaon's perception of God?
Question 5. Which of the following ideas is the Bible concerned with?
Proving the existence of God
Establishing the differences between the Jewish God and the Christian God
Exploring God's creative capacity and oneness
Establishing a set ritual of prayers
Question 6. What is unique about the creation story in the Bible, compared to other Ancient Near Eastern creation stories?
Man is created before woman
It does not discuss the origin of God
It happens in seven days
All of these
None of these
Question 7. 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