A Grief Observed Quiz | One Week Quiz A

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 3.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How do some of the author's friends try to console him?
(a) That the author will love again.
(b) That H. is no longer suffering.
(c) With the promise of "reunions on the further shore."
(d) That the author's children bring him comfort.

2. What action does the author say is useless if God hurts to heal?
(a) Thinking one can reverse any pain.
(b) Trying to heal oneself.
(c) Committing suicide.
(d) Begging God for tenderness.

3. With what same quality does the author think his love for H. shared?
(a) The beauty of nature.
(b) The author's faith in God.
(c) The author's intellect.
(d) The author's love for his children.

4. What kind of understanding did the author have of H.'s dying?
(a) An understanding of knowing death was approaching.
(b) An understanding of the physical pain.
(c) The same understanding that H. had.
(d) An intellectual understanding.

5. What accounts for a mother's response to comforting words regarding a lost child?
(a) Confidence in Scripture.
(b) Faith in God.
(c) Mothering instinct.
(d) Detachment from death.

Short Answer Questions

1. In the first chapter, who does the author say had died several years ago?

2. What does it mean if there is a good God, according to the author?

3. Where does the author determine holds no promise of a happy afterlife?

4. Who quoted to the author, "Do not mourn like those that have no hope."?

5. In Chapter Three, why does the author conclude he wants H. back?

(see the answer key)

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