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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. How is he useful to Daniel?
(a) Keeping the bellows going so Daniel can make steel.
(b) Carrying Daniel down the mountain.
(c) Repairing Daniel's clothes.
(d) Hunting for wild game for Daniel to eat.
2. Who cared for Daniel and Leah after their parents died?
(a) The people of the village.
(b) They took care of themselves.
(c) Their uncle and his wife.
(d) Their grandmother.
3. Who tries to follow Daniel as he leaves the camp to return to the village?
(c) Simon the Zealot.
4. Why does Rosh tell Joel he cannot leave after they meet?
(a) Because of what Joel has seen.
(b) Because Joel is injured.
(c) Because Rosh needs more men.
(d) Because the Romans are coming.
5. Does listening to Jesus speak have any affect on Daniel?
(a) It makes him question Rosh.
(b) It changes his life.
(c) Only for a brief moment.
(d) None whatsoever.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the soldier able to do to Daniel?
2. Why does Daniel have trouble returning to the mountain cave?
3. What does Simon suggest after the grandmother dies?
4. Why does Daniel feel ashamed?
5. Why does Simon come for Daniel the morning after he arrives back in the village?
Short Essay Questions
1. What trouble does Daniel get into at the well in Capernaum?
2. How does Daniel escape the Roman soldiers?
3. The grandmother's house is about to fall down. Where do Daniel and Leah go to live?
4. As the story begins, describe Daniel bar Jamin, where he is, and what he is doing.
5. Tell what Simon said he saw in Nazareth.
6. What does Leah think after Daniel returns.
7. What is it that Jesus tells the people to do that Simon and Daniel do not quite understand.
8. What in Rosh's behavior gives some indication that he is not the hero Daniel thinks he is?
9. What troubles Daniel about robbing the old man who pretends he is a begger?
10. Discuss the symbolism of Daniel hammering flaws out of the hot iron.
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