Wisdom Books

  1.  
    Ecclesiastes 9:11 says, "the race does not belong to the swift...", this is an example of....
    A. the randomness of life B. that the 1984 Olympics was rigged C. the emptiness of life D. history repeating itself
  2.  
    In Ecclesiastes we hear from two voices. Who are they?
    A. God and King Solomon B. King Solomon and his son C. A Man and his wife D. The Teacher and The Narrator
  3.  
    In the book of Job, both the Narrator and God describe Job as what?
    A. Self Righteous B. Blameless and upright C. With faith like a mustard seed D. Like the chaff being blown away by the wind
  4.  
    In Job Chapter 28, we get a seemingly random poem. We get a visual of mankind being able to find treasures deep into the earth. We then learn that wisdom resides where?
    A. In the land of the Dead B. In the Heavens C. In the depths of one's own heart D. With God
  5.  
    In Job Chapter 28, we are told that God used what when creating the universe? (This idea is also expressed to us in Proverbs and Psalms)
    A. Might B. Righteousness C. A Protractor D. Wisdom
  6.  
    God give Job a tour of how the universe operates. We learn that God makes decisions using what?
    A. The Principle of Just Retribution B. Wisdom C. A scale of one's good and one's bad (sin) D. Randomness
  7.  
    When reading Song of Songs we must remember that we are reading a poem; not narrative. Song of Songs dose not follow what?
    A. Child Labor Laws B. A strict linear narritve C. A Rhyming Scheme D. The 10 Commandments
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  1.  
    Ecclesiastes 9:11 says, "the race does not belong to the swift...", this is an example of....
    A. the randomness of life B. that the 1984 Olympics was rigged C. the emptiness of life D. history repeating itself
  2.  
    In Ecclesiastes we hear from two voices. Who are they?
    A. God and King Solomon B. King Solomon and his son C. A Man and his wife D. The Teacher and The Narrator
  3.  
    In the book of Job, both the Narrator and God describe Job as what?
    A. Self Righteous B. Blameless and upright C. With faith like a mustard seed D. Like the chaff being blown away by the wind
  4.  
    In Job Chapter 28, we get a seemingly random poem. We get a visual of mankind being able to find treasures deep into the earth. We then learn that wisdom resides where?
    A. In the land of the Dead B. In the Heavens C. In the depths of one's own heart D. With God
  5.  
    In Job Chapter 28, we are told that God used what when creating the universe? (This idea is also expressed to us in Proverbs and Psalms)
    A. Might B. Righteousness C. A Protractor D. Wisdom
  6.  
    God give Job a tour of how the universe operates. We learn that God makes decisions using what?
    A. The Principle of Just Retribution B. Wisdom C. A scale of one's good and one's bad (sin) D. Randomness
  7.  
    When reading Song of Songs we must remember that we are reading a poem; not narrative. Song of Songs dose not follow what?
    A. Child Labor Laws B. A strict linear narritve C. A Rhyming Scheme D. The 10 Commandments

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