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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. Whom does Sahak claim he belongs to?
(a) No one.
2. What does Sahak talk to the overseer about when questioned about his prayer activities?
(a) His wounded leg.
(b) His miracle.
(c) The harsh conditions in the mine.
(d) God, Jesus, and the Christian faith.
3. Who might Barabbas have joined that hated the Jerusalem temple, priests and scribes?
(a) The Pharisees.
(b) His old band of thieves.
(c) The Moabites.
(d) The Samaritans.
4. Where do Barabbas and Sahak sleep at night?
(a) In the cave, near the mill.
(b) Underground, in the mine.
(c) Beside the smelting pit.
(d) On low planks of wood outside the mine.
5. When is the body of the murder victim discovered?
(a) The next day.
(b) After the stoning is over.
(c) Three days later.
(d) Moments after the murder.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does the overseer first whip Sahak?
2. Who does Barabbas stay with after he buries the hare-lipped girl?
3. Whom does Sahak credit for their release?
4. How does being above ground affect Barabbas and Sahak's relationship?
5. Where does the blind man sleep?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens to Sahak after he speaks to the governor?
2. Why does Sahak refuse to the leave the mines without Barabbas?
3. What is Barabbas reaction to the true believer's action during the stoning?
4. Describe Barabbas and Sahak's relationship above ground.
5. What explanation does Sahak give the governor for the inscription on the back of his medallion?
6. After his initial whipping, what does Barabbas do while Sahak prays?
7. How does Barabbas suffer for the man who died in his place?
8. What is special about the inscription on the back of Sahak's slave medallion?
9. What miracle did Sahak claim to have received from God?
10. Where might Barabbas might have been between the time that he left the thieves and when he was in the copper mines?
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