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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. What does Elisha tell Meir's wife?
(a) She should run away with him.
(b) He loves her.
(c) She has married an awful husband.
(d) He does not appreciate her advances toward him.
2. Who does Elisha find out he has been betrothed to?
3. Who stands up against the leader of the rebels?
(a) The Roman Cavalry.
(b) The Sanhedrin.
(c) Rabbi Joshua.
4. How does Elisha begins his life as a Rabbi?
(a) Judging in Usha.
(b) Giving up all his possessions.
(c) Helping widows and children.
(d) By signing documents.
5. What does Elisha say to the other rabbis after they witness a boy fall from a tree and die?
(a) That it was all a part of God's divine plan.
(b) That the father of the boy be put on trial for negligence.
(c) That he is to leave this world, immediately.
(d) That there is no God.
Short Answer Questions
1. Elisha's obsession with truth has caused what to dissolve?
2. What does Nicholaus try to convince Elisha to do?
3. What gift does Elisha receive from Pappas?
4. What did rabbi Joshua do when the ex-communication of Elisha was read at Sanhedrin?
5. Why does Manto say it is impossible for her to marry Elisha?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Elisha unjustly brought to court for sentencing?
2. What do the two famous sages, Eliezer and Joshua, discuss at Elisha's circumcision ceremony?
3. Who does Elisha turn to after sharing his thoughts with Deborah, and why?
4. In Part One, Chapter X, does Elisha seem happy? Why?
5. Why does Julianus of Tarsus encourage the Jews to fight?
6. What does Nicholaus, Elisha's tutor, look like?
7. Elisha sees a young boy climbing a tree for bird eggs. What happens to the little boy and how does it affect Elisha?
8. In Part One, Chapter VI, what does Uncle Amram teach Elisha about his estate?
9. Why does Elisha seek out the Christians and Gnostics?
10. In the Prologue, what do the sages debate over and what do they decide?
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