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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the overseer do when he sees Sahak and Barabbas kneeling in prayer?
(a) He stares in surprise.
(b) He prays silently.
(c) He asks Sahak why they are praying.
(d) He whips them both.
2. Where is Barabbas sent after he is separated from Sahak?
(a) Back to the mill.
(b) To Jerusalem.
(c) The mines.
(d) The governor's household.
3. What happens to Sahak when he refuses to renounce his faith before the governor?
(a) He is sent to the dungeon.
(b) He is led away to be executed.
(c) He is whipped and chained to the mill wheel.
(d) He is beaten and sold to the mine owner.
4. What does the blind man accuse the hare-lipped girl of?
5. What does Barabbas allow the governor to do to his slave medallion?
(a) Write his own name above Jesus' name.
(b) Scratch though Jesus' name.
(c) Give him a new medallion.
(d) Melt it down.
6. What does Barabbas mention to Sahak that sparks a conversation?
(a) He is a Christian.
(b) He is a Hebrew.
(c) He knew Sahak's father.
(d) He also received a miracle.
7. How is Barabbas connected to Sahak?
(a) By first century handcuffs.
(b) By shackles.
(c) They are not connected.
(d) By a long rope.
8. What was significant about Eliahu's attack on Barabbas?
(a) Eliahu is a Christian.
(b) Eliahu had been his best friend.
(c) His friends think it made him a man.
(d) It is his first murder.
9. What does the band of thieves do when they realize that Barabbas is nowhere to be found?
(a) They grieve his loss for three days.
(b) They travel to Jerusalem to seek out the fat woman.
(c) They go back to their business.
(d) They travel north.
10. What might Barabbas have been doing in Gerizim?
(a) Making clay pots.
(b) Sacrificing a lamb on the Passover.
(c) Languishing in jail.
(d) Praying at the temple.
11. What was inscribed on the front of Sahak's slave medallion?
(a) The name of the mine owner.
(b) The mark of the Roman state.
(c) Symbols that represent Jesus' name.
(d) His own name, written in Hebrew.
12. What does Barabbas do once Sahak is dead?
(a) He stabs the soldiers.
(b) He cries out to God.
(c) He weeps in private.
(d) He falls to his knees.
13. What information does Sahak reveal to the one-eyed slave?
(a) God will return and that all slaves will be freed.
(b) The world is about to end.
(c) He and Barabbas are going to attempt escape.
(d) Miracles are all around him.
14. Which spirit do the thieve believe might have possessed Barabbas and killed him?
(a) The Roman guard's spirit.
(b) Jesus' spirit.
(c) Eliahu's spirit.
(d) The hare-lipped girl's spirit.
15. How does Sahak die?
(a) He is drawn and quartered.
(b) He starves to death beside the mill wheel.
(c) He is tortured and then crucified.
(d) He is pushed off a cliff.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does the one-eyed slave wear a wooden frame around his neck?
2. Whose testimony does Barabbas use when describing the resurrection to Sahak?
3. Who is the "great prophet" that Sahak refers to?
4. How does Eliahu die?
5. Why does Sahak believe he had been the recipient of a miracle?
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