Art Question

*Note: Christians adopted the Hebrew Bible as their “Old Testament” so many of the stories also figure prominently in the Christian faith and art.
Answers are worth 1 point each:
1-Since Abram’s wife, Sarai, could not have children, what did she propose as the solution?
2-What was the Lord’s advice to Hagar after she ran away from Sarai?
3-When Abram was ninety-nine years old, what was the covenant or agreement that God made with him?4- When Sarah wanted to cast out Hagar and Ishmael, what was God’s advice to Abraham?
5-How did God test Abraham? In other words, what did God ask Abraham to do regarding Isaac?
6-How did God intervene with the test of Abraham regarding Isaac?
7-What aspects of the Abraham and Isaac story appear in the upper right hand corner of this image?
Text Explanation of Graphic: A building at the top of the image. On the left hand side, a candelabra. On the right hand side, a man with his back turned, a ram, and a floating hand.8-Where does Moses encounter God?9-When God tells Moses that “you shall not make for yourself an idol,” what is God’s reasoning for this commandment?10Explain the commandment “Remember the sabbath day, and keep it holy.” What should happen on the sabbath?—————–2-Christianity, an IntroductionAccording to the Gospels, why did the Romans crucify Jesus?What do Jesus’s followers claim happened after he died?Why did early Christians adopt the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) as part of their sacred text?Christianity holds that God has a three-part nature (a trinity) – what are the three components?What did Christ’s sacrifice on the cross make possible for humanity?What happens in the sacrament of the Eucharist?—————/—3-Complete and respond to classmates:Spend some time looking carefully and imaginatively at the pictures of the Gothic Cathedrals of Notre Dame, Chartres, Amiens, and Salisbury below.Notre DameWest facade, Notre DameInterior, Notre DameChartres CathedralStained glass, Chartres CathedralLabyrinth in Chartres CathedralAmiens CathedralInterior, Amiens CathedralDescribe what you imagine it would be like to be in such a place during high mass, with music and choir singing. Hildegard of Bingen, a visionary nun of the time composed chants to be sung in such places and there is a CD of her music and you can listen on YouTube and other streaming apps. If you want some extra credit, listen to her music while you do your visualization.What do you think the intention and purpose were for designing Cathedrals such as these?Do you think the intent was realized?Is there any modern experience you have had that might be comparable to what you imagined and described above?