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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. Who leaves the mountain with Daniel?
(b) All the boys of the bronze bow.
2. Who are the surprise visitors at the blacksmith shop?
(a) Joel and Thacia.
(b) Rosh and Ebol.
(c) Joel and Nathan.
(d) Samson and Hezron.
3. What is Daniel's plan to rescue Joel?
(a) Dressing like ghosts and scaring the Romans.
(b) Slipping in at night and freeing Joel.
(c) Dressing up like merchants and offering to buy Joel.
(d) An ambush on the road to the sea.
4. What confuses Daniel's thinking after the robberies?
(a) He wonders why Rosh is acting now.
(b) He thinks Joel should get more credit.
(c) He observes that there are large armies already on the mountain.
(d) He feels that simple robberies were not meaningful.
5. What does Thacia tell Daniel about his spoken vow?
(a) That he was too young to make that vow when he was eight.
(b) That he is stupid to believe in vows.
(c) That there are other ways besides hate to fulfill that vow.
(d) That he is not a law abiding Jew anyway, so his vow doesn't count.
Short Answer Questions
1. What news does Thacia bring to Daniel?
2. Why do Daniel and Joel leave Leah in the shop?
3. Why do Leah and Daniel not see the beauty when spring comes?
4. When he returns, what does Daniel do at night?
5. What surprise does Leah have for Daniel?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Daniel become a real leader?
2. How does Daniel discover that Rosh is not loyal to his men?
3. Why can Daniel not speak with Jesus this time?
4. Why does Daniel plan to go to Capernaum for the Festival of the Day of Atonement?
5. Why are Daniel and Joktan experienced in launching ambushes?
6. Tell how Daniel and Leah are healed at the same time.
7. What makes Daniel begin to question Rosh's intentions?
8. When Joel is rescued, what tragic things happen?
9. What happens after Leah's goat dies?
10. Describe the scene when Daniel learns where the fruit came from.
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