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1. What are some of the signs
or symbols of God’s covenant with humankind? How do they change
over the course of the Pentateuch (the first five books of the Old
2. Compare and contrast Moses
and David as national and religious leaders of Israel. How are they
alike in their responses to those who oppose them? How are they
3. Discuss some of the characters
who experience a reversal of fortune in the Old Testament. What
is common or unique about their experiences? What religious ideals
does the Old Testament portray in their reversal?
4. What are some of the images
used in biblical poetry to depict God, humans, and the conflict
between good and evil? How do these metaphors continue the themes
and motifs of the Old Testament?
5. Compare and contrast Abraham
and his grandson Jacob as patriarchs, or fathers, of the Hebrew
people. In what sense do their experiences foreshadow the struggles
of the Israelites?
Ace your assignments with our guide to Bible: The Old Testament!