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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 is the first of the corporate disciplines, according to Foster?
2. Who is ready to lead, according to the author?
(a) The author, Foster.
(b) It is unclear.
(d) Anyone who is in prayer with God.
3. What marked the beginning of Jesus' ministry, according to The Discipline of Celebration?
(b) The relinquishment of sins.
(c) The Great Harvest.
(d) His death.
4. People's lives become void of what as they grow closer to God, according to The Discipline of Celebration?
(b) Stress and worry.
5. According to the author, what keeps a person from confession?
(b) The devil.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Foster think many people feel when they are silent?
2. According to statements in The Discipline of Silence, most people seem to see solitude as something that is what?
3. What is the goal of the examination of the conscience, as stated by the author?
4. What is the final type of service, according to The Discipline of Service?
5. What are the two types of deep wrongs, according to Foster?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the difference between sorrow and feeling sorry, based on Christian beliefs?
2. What are three of the seven acts of submission, as stated in the book?
3. What is your definition of "spiritual direction"?
4. According to Foster, what are the two sides of a confession? Which does Foster say is more important than the other?
5. What do you think it means when Foster says true worship is when "spirit touches spirit"?
6. How does Foster describe the service of guarding the reputation of others?
7. What is Foster's definition of "self-righteous service"?
8. What are the benefits to worshiping in a group as opposed to worshiping alone, according to "The Discipline of Worship"?
9. How are celebration, joy, and strength related, according to Foster?
10. Explain the meaning of this quote from Augustine of Hippo: "The confession of evil works is first the beginning of good works."
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