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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who writes the description of God's throne found in Isaiah?
2. Whose perspective did Chan try to use while reading the Gospels for this chapter?
(a) A lukewarm Christian.
(b) An atheist.
(c) A twelve-year-old who knows nothing of Jesus.
(d) His own.
3. What is the only thing that Chan argues will ultimately matter in life?
(a) Our work for self.
(b) The car we drove.
(c) Our work for God.
(d) How much money we made.
4. In what way does God not demonstrate His love?
(a) Through threatening His children.
(b) Through forcing His children.
(c) Through luring His children.
(d) Through pushing His children.
5. What is one word that Chan does not use to describe a lukewarm Christian?
(c) Partially committed.
6. What sorrows lukewarm people the most?
(a) The penalty of their sin.
(b) Their personal sin.
(c) They don't give as much as they can.
(d) They don't follow God as closely as they'd like.
7. How does Chan describe the practice of offering God leftovers?
8. How does Chan describe the majority of the American population as compared to other countries?
(a) Filthy rich.
(c) Well off.
9. What is one thing that Chan's father did not teach him?
10. Where can we hide from God?
(b) In our mother's womb.
(c) In the darkness.
(d) In death.
11. Why doesn't Chan see a doctor?
(a) He's stubborn.
(b) He believes God will heal him.
(c) He doesn't have insurance.
(d) It's too expensive.
12. What does Chan suggest twice to his readers in this chapter?
(a) To become thorns.
(b) Not to take God's love for granted.
(c) Not to assume they are good soil.
(d) To learn to interpret parables.
13. What is the greatest good on earth?
(c) Financial security.
(d) A good job.
14. In John's description of God's throne room, how many wings do the four unusual beings have?
(d) Too many to count.
15. In Luke, which people does Jesus say can't be his disciples?
(a) Those who do commit everything.
(b) Those who don't give up everything.
(c) Those who are weak.
(d) Those who are poor.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does God measure our lives?
2. What is the ultimate reality for all people?
3. How does Chan describe his earthly feelings about his relationship with God?
4. In Chan's analogy, what is God the size of?
5. What is not one connotation of the word "spit" in the New Testament?
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