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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 did Jesus tell the hare-lipped girl she would do?
(a) Bear witness for him.
(b) Tell the Pharisees about him.
(c) Become whole.
(d) Become famous.
2. What does Barabbas do after he leaves the tomb?
(a) Wanders through the desert.
(b) Goes to the temple alone.
(c) Rejoins his band of thieves.
(d) Returns to the city with the hare-lipped girl.
3. What warning does the red-beaded man give the believers?
(a) The blind man is a Roman spy.
(b) They might soon be persecuted.
(c) The Romans demand bribes.
(d) Barabbas is a Roman spy.
4. After leaving the tomb, whom does Barabbas question about Christian doctrine?
(a) The hare-lipped girl.
(b) The red-bearded man.
(c) The blind man.
(d) The potter.
5. When does the red-bearded man believe that the Master will return?
(a) On the third day.
(b) The next day.
(d) At the end of time.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the end of the evening, who is left with the Fat Woman?
2. To what do Barabbas's friends attribute the unusual events Barabbas saw while at Golgotha?
3. How does the fat woman feel about Barabbas?
4. Why does the red-beaded man feel guilty?
5. Why were the Jewish people given the opportunity to pardon one prisoner's death sentence?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Barabbas think about as he carries the hare-lipped girl's body?
2. What is Barabbas reaction to the true believer's action during the stoning?
3. Describe Jesus as Barabbas sees him.
4. What is Eliahu's relationship to Barabbas?
5. What does the red-bearded man confess to Barabbas?
6. What explanation does Barabbas give the governor for the inscription on the back of his medallion?
7. Describe Barabbas and Sahak's relationship above ground.
8. Why doesn't Barabbas believe that Jesus could be the Son of God?
9. Describe the man that Barabbas meets who was resurrected from the dead.
10. Describe Barabbas's search for Christians in Rome.
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