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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. According to the author in Chapter 19, how old was David?
(a) David was Joab's age.
(b) David was Saul's age.
(c) David was Jesse's age.
(d) David was Absalom's age.
2. Who says, "My king is mad. At least, I so perceive him. What can I do"?
3. According to the author in Chapter 16, the passing of time and the behavior of your leader while that time passes reveals a great deal about what?
(b) Your future.
(c) Your leader's past.
(d) Your leader.
4. In Chapter 18, what is the name upon the coat of arms?
(a) Nathan the Second.
(b) Absalom the Second.
(c) Saul the Second.
(d) Joab the Second.
5. David becomes less of a folk hero and more of a what in Chapter 14?
(a) Cautionary tale.
(c) Tragic hero.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who comes to speak with David at the beginning of Chapter 22?
2. In Chapter 21, Sage says that Absalom has but one recourse. What is it?
3. In Chapter 20, it states that rebellion has been in whose heart for years?
4. All of the following are ancestors to Saul, except for which one?
5. According to the author in Chapter 16, the passing of time and the way you react to that leader reveals a great deal about what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Summarize David's reaction to Absalom holding meetings with David's followers.
2. Briefly examine Absalom's beliefs, as seen in Chapter 21.
3. How did Saul feel when he prayed?
4. Why did people call Absalom, David in Chapter 19?
5. What gift does David claim to have in Chapter 23? Explain.
6. According to the author in Chapter 8, no man will ever be wise enough to answer what riddle?
7. According to the author, why does Saul make decisions that can be misleading and dishonorable?
8. What did the old mighty soldier of David say he learned from David?
9. Give a physical description of the old mighty soldier of David.
10. Why did David flee the kingdom alone in Chapter 10?
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