Search: Quiz 15 (Fall 2018) For the following five questions, more than one of the choices may be correct. In those cases, one answer is ultimately better than the others. You will receive credit for selecting any of the correct answers but to receive a perfect score of fifteen, you will have to select the answer that most fully or accurately completes the sentence and captures the significance of the question. Name Rehab was One of the members of the tribe of Judah who disobeyed the ban against taking for themselves any of the 'silver and gold and vessels of bronze and iron' from the sack of Jericho. A person from the city of Ai who sheltered the spies Joshua sent ahead of the Israelite conquest. One of the five kings who hid in the cave at Makkedah. A prostitute who saved her family by tying a scarlet cord in her window when the Israelites destroyed Jericho. The manna ceased When the Israelites crossed the Jordan River. When the Israelites defeated the Midianites and took possession of their stores and livestock. On the day after the Israelites celebrated the Passover in the promised land. On the day the walls of Jerico fell and the Israelites celebrated their initial victory over the Canaanites. After the Israelites crossed the River Jordan They made an alter of stones they had carried from Mt. Sinai as a memorial to their years in the wilderness. Joshua made flint knives and circumcised the Israelites at the Hill of Foreskins. The Israelites sent messengers to the kings of the Amorites demanding their surrender. The priests placed twelve small containers of dry soil from the bed of the river in the Ark of the Covenant, one for each of the tribes. Debora Was the wife of Lappidoth, a prophetess, and judge of Israel. Was the wife of Heber the Kenite, who was a descendant of Hobab, Moses' father-in-law. Sang a song commemorating the victory of the Israelites over the forces of King Jabin of Canaan. Advised Barak about a military operation involving the tribes of Zebulun and Naphtali against the Canaanites by the Wadi Kishon. Samson Married a Timnite whom the Philistines killed, causing Samson to destroy their fields of grain and vineyards. Fell in love with a Philistine woman and offered her the skin of a lion as marriage gift. Destroyed the temple of Dagon by pushing over the pillars that supported the roof. Was blinded by the Philistines because he refused to reveal the source of his strength.