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

2. What does Rae do when they ask about the two men who ducked into Rae's door?

3. What happened to Nate?

4. Who did this woman kill off?

5. What does the preacher say will happen to Jasmine?

Short Essay Questions

1. How does Michele feel about Dave a dozen years later?

2. What is known about Michele's husband?

3. Why are the men here?

4. What is contained in the short poem?

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

6. Who are the men who arrived earlier? Where are they at this point in the story?

7. How has Rae become a Christian?

8. What does Higgs wonder about the reader? How does Higgs feel about the Bad Girls?

9. What does Jasmine arrange?

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

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

The fate of Lot's wife serves as a message to others.

Part 1) How does this serve as a message to others?

Part 2) How can you learn from her?

Part 3) Why might God not want someone to look back?

Essay Topic 2

Michal loved David.

Part 1) Why is this a problem? Does he love her? Why or why not?

Part 2) How do the acts of another affect Michal's relationship with David? Are the emotions felt by two people truly just between these two and affected by the feelings and actions of only these two? Why or why not?

Part 3) What can be learned from Michal's story? What can one understand about God's love and the love one has for God?

Essay Topic 3

Jezebel is the baddest Bad Girl in the Bible.

Part 1) Who is Jezebel? Why is she the worst? How is her behavior worse than the others?

Part 2) How might the author be able to relate to Jezebel? How can you relate to her? What does this say about humanity?

Part 3) What can be learned from Jezebel's story?

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