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    Unit 3 Old Testament

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    What happened to bring an end to the hostilities between Israel and Judah?

    How did Judah manage to survive the Assyrian invasions that destroyed Israel and Syria in the later eighth century (745-721 B.C.E.)?

    How did Hezekiah prepare for a possible invasion by the Assyrians during Sennacherib's reign?

    What does Lamentations tell us about conditions in Jerusalem during the Babylonian siege?

    What were the three major groups of Israelites that formed in the wake of the Babylonian destruction, and how were they related to each other?

    Assess the relative significance of Ezra and Nehemiah to the Jerusalem community.

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    What happened to bring an end to the hostilities between Israel and Judah?

    Two kings, Ahab and Jehoshaphat came to an alliance by uniting the son of Jehoshaphat, Jehoram, and the daughter of Ahab, Athaliah in marriage. The agreed to work together to fight Syria. The marriage symbolized the unity between the two kingdoms and leaders.

    How did Judah manage to survive the ...

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    This document attempts to answer study questions from "The Division of the Monarchy I". What Lamentation tells us about conditions in Jerusalem during the Babylonian siege is determined.

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