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God's free gift of self-communication, which helps us understand God's plan for us -

Divine Revelation

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Is related to the Latin term meaning "reconnecting to the divine" or "binding to God"

Religion

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central truth of revelation that Catholics must believe

Dogma

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He said, "our heart is restless until it rest in God"

St. Augustine

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The holy spirits gift that enables us to believe in God & all that he has revealed to us

Faith

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He showed how human intelligence can discover God

St. Thomas Aquinas

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One of the elements of the single deposit of faith

Sacred Tradition

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The sin of Adam and Eve, that were all born into

Original Sin

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binding promise between God and humankind in which God pledge enduring love & asks for love in return

Covenant

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Someone who does not believe in God

Atheist

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First among the apostles, upon whom Christ founded the church

St. Peter

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a judgement of reason whereby the human person recognizes the moral quality of a concrete act

Conscience

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story of Gods saving presence and activity on our behalf

Salvation history

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Belief in one God

Monotheistic

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the teaching authority of the church

Magisterium

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another way of saying "without error"

Inerrant

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Most of the OT was written in this language

Hebrew

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copies of the OT books that were discovered in 1947 in Israel

Dead Sea Scrolls

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interpretation of the bible ignores various literary forms and the cultural and historical factors of the period in which the biblical authors wrote

Literalist

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a type of writing that has a particular form, style, content

literary genre

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Process used by scholars to discover the meaning of biblical text

Exegesis

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Scriptures don't contradict themselves

Analogy of Faith

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Biblical criticism that helps to discover where the biblical authors got their material

Source Criticism

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title given to theologians for the first eight centuries whose teachings made a lasting mark on the church

church fathers

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the language Jesus spoke

Aramaic

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God used the human authors as his ___________ to convey Divine Revelation to us

instruments

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the entire NT was written in this language

Greek

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biblical criticism that helps discover how the various editors put together their sources & arranges them in the way they did

Redaction Criticism

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the Church's official Latin translation

Vulgate

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Who is the author of the Bible

God

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T or F- the new Jerusalem bible is a protestant translation of the bible

F

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T or F- Reading the Bible in a literal way is the same as reading it in a literalist way

F

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T or F- moral sense of Scripture helps us to live a good life and to act justly on behalf of God and other people

T

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T or F- St Augustine translated the Bible into Latin

F, St. Jerome

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T or F- St Jerome said "ignorance of the Scripture is ignorance of Christ"

T

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T or F- God forced the sacred writers of the Bible to write down the truths needed for salvation

F

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T or F- the New American Bible is a Catholic translation of the Bible

T

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T or F- Fundamentalists read the bible in a literal sense

F

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T or F- The primary purpose of the bible is to present the religious truths that God wishes to reveal through Salvation History

T

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T or F- one of the ways for interpreting scripture is reading it within the living Tradition of the Church

T

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T or F- the bible was written in one language

F

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T or f- the first books of the Bible may have been recorded during the reign of king solomon

T

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T or F- the first 5 books of the Bible are the Torah

T

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T or F- The Greek term for "second canon" is Deuterocanonical

T

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T or F- the word septuagint means the biblical translation from Hebrew to Greek by seventy scholars

T

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T or F- the word canon is the hebrew word that signifies a standard, measurement, norm.

T

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T or F- the word Exodus means beginning

F, Genesis

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T or F- The word Deuteronomy means "second law"

T

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T or f- the sinai covenant, Ten commandments, and Decalogue all refer to the law given by God to the Israelites on mount Sinai

T

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T or F- Abraham is the traditional author of the Pentateuch

F, Moses

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T or F- Genesis refers to the departure of the Israelites from Egypt

F, Exodus

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T or F- a biblical prophet would NOT say the world is coming to an end

T

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T or F- Jeremiah is one of the minor prophets

F, major

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T or F- Habakkuk is one of the minor prophets

T

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T or F- 300 men were needed for judge Gideon to defeat the Midians

T

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T or F- Ruth was a moabite woman and was loyal to her mother in law

T

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The council of trent accepted 46 books of the OT

T

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Four sections into which the Catholic Bibles organize the books of the OT-

Pentatuech, Historical Books, Wisdom Books, and Prophetic Books

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Highly symbolic work's purpose was to encourage Christians who were undergoing persecution for their faith in Jesus Christ

Book of Revelation

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Jesus was probably born in 6 Bc and then crucified in what year?

33 BC

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Second part of the Gospel of Luke

Acts of the Apostles

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one of the letters written by Paul or by one of his disciples

Epistles

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written as a sermon, emphasizes Christ's superiority over all creation

Letter to the Hebrews

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seven letters intended for all

Catholic Epistles

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This gospel was written first -

Mark

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This gospel highlights Jesus as a suffering servant-

Mark

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This gospel portrays Jesus as the word of God-

John

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This gospel contains the Sermon on the Mount

Matthew

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The author of this Gospel was also an apostle-

John

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This Gospel presents Jesus as a savior w/ a special concern for the poor and outcast -

Luke

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What are the three forms of Oral Tradition?

Kerygma, Didache, Liturgy

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Kerygma -

preaching to non believers

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Didache-

teaching to catechisms

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Liturgy-

worship of Christians

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Three reasons the gospels were written down

end of the world wasn't coming as fast as what they though , Distorians of Gospels were occurring , and they needed more instruction.

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T or F- Jesus lived a typical life of a Jewish Boy

T

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T or F- Jesus was crucified by Pontius Pilate in 30AD

T

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T or F- First written books of the new T were the Gospels

F

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T or F- The Gospel writers were trying to write a biography of Jesus

F

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T or F- The Acts of the Apostles tells the early history of the Church

T

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Sign of the covenant w/ Abraham and his descendants

Circumcision

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Story demonstrating pridefulness & trying to get to heaven apart from God

Tower of Babel

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Patriarch and model of faith -

Abraham

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Book of Genesis ends w/ this persons death -

Joseph

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His name means "I drew him out of waters"

Moses

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What does God reveal in the First Creation Story?

There is only one God

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Twelve Tribe of Israel were direct decendants of who?

Jacob

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symbol of the convenant w/ noah

Rainbow

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Created from Adams rib

Eve

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biblical scholars show that this section of the Old T reached its final form after centuries of retelling, adapting, and interpreting oral tradition

Pentateuch

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a period of time that refers to events / objects that date before the written record existed

Prehistory

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the first gospel - first good news - where God promises a savior who will destroy sin and its consquences -

Protoevangelium

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T or F- the tree knowledge of good and evil symbolizes the knowledge only God can possess

T

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T or F- The worst consequence of the Original Sin was seperation from God

T

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T of F- The covenant w/ Abraham relied on God's fidelity alone

T

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T or F- There is a similarity between Abraham's sacrifice his only son and Jesus' sacrifice as Gods only son

T

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T or F- Jacob's favorite son was Judah

F

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He led the Israelites into the Promised Land

Joshua

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The first king & anointed by Samuel but lost kingship cause he disobeyed the divine commands

Saul

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Israel's last & most significant judge, was both judge and priest

Samuel

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Saul's son and David's loyal friend

Jonathan

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The second king of Israel (after Saul)

David

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God spoke to King David through who?

Nathan

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David's son by Bathsheba, he succeeded David as a king -

Solomon

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While he ruled king of Judea, Jesus Christ was born

King Herod the Great

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What are the four Important Judges

Deborah
Gideon
Jephath
Samson

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Samuel said that one of the negative consequences of monarchy would be that a king would what?

tax people, treat them like slaves, send children into military services

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What was David's greatest achievements?

united all tribes into one, chose Jerusalem to be the capital of Israel, brought the Ark of the Covenant

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This king's vices were sex, violence, and family discord

David

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King Solomon is remembered for his ?

Wisdom

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After his death, Israel split into the Kingdom of Judah and the kingdom of Israel -

Solomon

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which king committed adultery w/ Bathsheba, killing her husband on the front lines -

David

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It means "God is with us"

Emmanuel

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The denial of god and the repudiation of the faith -

Apostasy

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was the key to israel's success in taking possession of the Promised Land

Obedience to God

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The Old T books that cover the historical period from moses' death to the beginning of the monarchy

Joshua and Judges

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It means one who speaks for another

Prophet

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In ancient Israel they were those who acted as temporary military leaders, as well as arbiters of disputes within and between tribes

Judges

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He compared the nation to a vineyard that God cultivated

Isaiah

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Foretold a coming Messiah who would lead Israel to peace and justice

Micah

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Compared YHWH to a potter who would mold the nation in his hands

Jeremiah

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The greatest of the Old T prophets, was present at Jesus' transfiguration -

Elijah

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T or F- The book of Jeremiah is the work of three authors -

F, its Isaiah

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T or F- the assyrian exile took place between 586 BC and 538 BC -

F, its during the Babylonian Exile

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T or F- at the time of Jesus the Holy Land was under Roman occupation

TRUE

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What are the synoptic Gospels -

matthew
mark
luke

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what was the theme of Mark's gospel?

a suffering theme because persecution was going on

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What was the theme of Matthew?

Jesus Christ - Emmanuel - is the messiah

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Which two gospels talk about the birth of Jesus?

Matthew and luke

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T or F- Jesus is both divine and human

TRUE

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What is the theme in the gospel of Luke-

city of Jerusalem is important symbol ; the drama of salvation unfolds here

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Luke presents two things of Jesus-

Jesus offers message of joy
Jesus is for everyone

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when was mark written -

67-73

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when was matthew written-

80 AD

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when was luke written-

DA 75-90

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greek synoptikos means -

"seen together"

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gospel means -

good news

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Gospels describe three things -

the life of jesus
the preaching of jesus
four gospels in the bible

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feast that celebrates the mystery of Christ's manifestation as the savior of the world -

Epiphany

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Luke and Matthew both got their info from what source?

Mark and the Q source

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Gospel of Mark stressed what about Jesus?

that he is both divine and human

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the three titles Mark uses for Jesus-

son of man
messiah
suffering servant

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the name Jesus means -

savior, God saves

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Matthew presents Jesus as the new ________ -

Moses

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who wrote one-fourth of the New Testaments ?

Luke

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which biblical source employs an anthropomorphic view of God -

Yahwist

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biblical source that places great emphasis on the morality and law, and highlights the speeches of moses -

Deuteronomists

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which biblical source refers to God as elohim ; was last of the four to be written ; includes lists, genealogies, numbers, and dates -

Priestyl

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biblical source tht places great emphasis on prophecies, expecially those of Elijah and Elisha -

Elohist

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what are the four biblical sources?

Yahwist, Elohist, Priestly, and deuteronomist

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the book of the Pentateuch that stresses the theme of God's holiness & our need to worship him w/ love -

Leviticus

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tthe book of the Pentateuch records the murmming of the people against moses in the desert -

Deuteronomy

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his name means "one who contends with God" -

Israel