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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. God's two portions of his being are an example of the literary technique of what?
2. According to the author, what can kith and kin not always tell?
(a) What family a man came from.
(b) When a man is married.
(c) A man's date of birth.
(d) When a man is grown.
3. What book is this story fictionalized from?
(a) Confucian Texts.
(b) The Bible.
(c) Song of the Angel.
4. According to the author in Chapter 6, when one throws a thrown spear back, they prove all of the following, except for what?
(a) They are foolish.
(b) They are courageous.
(c) They stand for the right.
(d) They are tough.
5. What portion of God's being from the Prologue does David possess?
(a) The light.
(b) The throne.
(c) The seed.
(d) The cloth.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the end of Chapter 2, where do David's brothers go off to?
2. Who is David speaking to when he says, "I am your shepherd, and God is mine"?
3. The Prologue serves as what to the rest of the narrative?
4. Who is Recorder?
5. All of the following are characteristics of a king after the order of King Saul, except which one?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was David called home in Chapter 2?
2. What irony was revealed at the end of Chapter 2?
3. At the end of Chapter 3, what did God not have, but very much wanted?
4. What does the Prologue indicate or foreshadow?
5. What genre is "A Tale of Three Kings" classified as, and what time period was the Christian community undergoing when this was written?
6. What is the best definition of the term "broken vessel" in context to Chapter 3?
7. In Chapter 3, what question drove the King mad?
8. Distinguish God from Gabriel.
9. What was Recorder's purpose in the Prologue?
10. Describe the types of people God has, as revealed in Chapter 5.
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