Bad Girls of the Bible Test | Final Test - Hard

Liz Curtis Higgs
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who stands at Rae's doorstep?

2. Why does Jasmine lean farther out to speak to the man?

3. What does Anita do when she arrives at the party?

4. The king sent Rahab a message to bring the men out. Why did she not do this?

5. With what does this woman show up at a dinner that Simon was holding?

Short Essay Questions

1. What do the Good and Bad Girls have in common?

2. How does Sofia react to the invitation? For what is this invitation?

3. What is known about Michele's husband?

4. What is Jasmine's fate? How does Abe react to this news?

5. What does Jasmine want to do with the house Abe wants?

6. What is contained in the short poem?

7. What happens to Aidan and Sofia's money?

8. What does Anita do when she arrives at the party?

9. Where is Anita planning on going? Why?

10. What happens once Michele is caught seeing Dave?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Women can learn from Eve's mistakes.

Part 1) What can women learn from their mistakes?

Part 2) How does Eve's mistake affect us all? What does this say about the power of one's mistakes?

Part 3) What mistakes have you made in your life? How did they affect you and those around you?

Essay Topic 2

Higgs reminds the reader that God loves her.

Part 1) How does this book support this statement?

Part 2) What can the reader do with this knowledge?

Part 3) What might be the purpose in reading this book? How can one benefit from it? Have you benefited from it? Why or why not?

Essay Topic 3

Lessons can be learned from Delilah's story.

Part 1) What can one learn from her story? Might she have learned from her own experiences? Why or why not?

Part 2) How can someone avoid behavior like Delilah's?

Part 3) What might have been Delilah's fate? What message does this send to those who act like Delilah?

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