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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 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.
2. Where does the blind man sleep?
(a) Behind the fat woman's house.
(b) In the low vaulted room.
(c) At the Dung Gate near the hare-lipped girl.
(d) Behind the temple.
3. Whose mother does Barabbas think about as he gazes towards the land of the Moabites?
(a) Eliahu's mother.
(b) His mother.
(c) Jesus' mother.
(d) The hare-lipped girl's mother.
4. What does Barabbas think about as he carries the hare-lipped girl's body?
(a) Of the fat woman.
(b) Of murdering the Christians.
(c) Of a time when he told her he loved her.
(d) Of his own death.
5. Who enrages Barabbas so much that he ferociously desecrates dead bodies?
(a) The Pharisees.
(b) The fat woman.
(c) The temple guards.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Barabbas sent after he is separated from Sahak?
2. What does the band of thieves do when they realize that Barabbas is nowhere to be found?
3. How do Barabbas and Sahak feel about their above ground work?
4. What does Sahak show the one-eyed slave?
5. How does Eliahu die?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Barabbas suffer for the man who died in his place?
2. What is special about the inscription on the back of Sahak's slave medallion?
3. To what do the thieves attribute Barabbas's odd behavior?
4. What does Barabbas do after burying the hare-lipped girl?
5. Why does Sahak refuse to the leave the mines without Barabbas?
6. Why does the true believer cast the first stone at the hare-lipped girl?
7. How does the governor view Barabbas?
8. What is Barabbas' reaction to Sahak's crucifixion?
9. What does Barabbas think about as he carries the hare-lipped girl's body?
10. What miracle did Sahak claim to have received from God?
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