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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Sahak inscribe on the back of Barabbas' slave medallion?
(a) A dove.
(b) Barabbas's name, written in Hebrew.
(c) Symbols that represent Jesus' name.
(d) A cross.
2. What does the one-eyed slave wear?
(b) A Roman robe.
(c) A loin cloth.
(d) A bracelet.
3. What does Barabbas do once Sahak is dead?
(a) He weeps in private.
(b) He stabs the soldiers.
(c) He falls to his knees.
(d) He cries out to God.
4. What do the other slaves in the mill wear?
(a) Plain linen robes.
(b) Leather jerkins.
(d) Slave uniforms.
5. Where do Barabbas and Sahak sleep at night?
(a) On low planks of wood outside the mine.
(b) Underground, in the mine.
(c) In the cave, near the mill.
(d) Beside the smelting pit.
6. Whom does Sahak claim he belongs to?
(a) No one.
7. What does Sahak talk to the overseer about when questioned about his prayer activities?
(a) His miracle.
(b) God, Jesus, and the Christian faith.
(c) His wounded leg.
(d) The harsh conditions in the mine.
8. What secret about Eliahu does no one know?
(a) Eliahu is the hare-lipped girl's brother.
(b) Eliahu is a Pharisee.
(c) Eliahu betrayed Jesus.
(d) Eliahu is Barabbas' father.
9. How does Sahak die?
(a) He is drawn and quartered.
(b) He is tortured and then crucified.
(c) He is pushed off a cliff.
(d) He starves to death beside the mill wheel.
10. What type of work do Barabbas and Sahak perform above ground?
(a) They are harnessed together to pull a plow.
(b) They work in the potter's shop.
(c) They carry grain into the storehouse.
(d) They pull sleds of logs.
11. What does Sahak show the one-eyed slave?
(a) The inscription on the back of his medallion.
(b) His copy of the Scriptures.
(c) An escape route.
(d) The scar on his leg.
12. Why does the one-eyed slave only have one eye?
(a) He was blinded by Eliahu.
(b) One of his eyes was gouged out in a mill accident.
(c) One of his eyes was gouged out as punishment for theft.
(d) He was born half-blind.
13. Where does the blind man sleep?
(a) In the low vaulted room.
(b) At the Dung Gate near the hare-lipped girl.
(c) Behind the temple.
(d) Behind the fat woman's house.
14. Whose testimony does Barabbas use when describing the resurrection to Sahak?
(a) The potter's experience.
(b) The red-bearded man's stories.
(c) The hare-lipped girl's experience.
(d) His own experience, with a few details added.
15. How do Barabbas and Sahak feel about their above ground work?
(a) They dislike the harsh sunlight.
(b) They are happy to be in the fresh air.
(c) They long for their freedom.
(d) They are indifferent; it is still slavery.
Short Answer Questions
1. What covers the grave of the hare-lipped girl?
2. How is Barabbas connected to Sahak?
3. Why are Barabbas and Sahak called to the Roman governor's palace?
4. How did Barabbas meet the hare-lipped girl?
5. Why does the overseer first whip Sahak?
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