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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. Which of the following worship types would God prefer?
(a) Distracted worship.
(b) Heartless worship.
(c) No worship.
(d) Apathetic worship.
2. What does Chan say good Christians should have in mind?
(b) The secular.
(c) Their job.
(d) This world.
3. On what day does Chan decide to go to the emergency room?
(a) Christmas Eve.
(b) New Year's Day.
(c) His birthday.
4. What does Chan instruct his reader to stop doing?
(a) Reading the Bible.
(b) Going to Church.
5. What is the climax of the movie of life?
(a) The Son of God is born and dies for our sins.
(b) God creates the world.
(c) Every being worships God in His throne room.
(d) God destroys the world.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Chan describe the majority of the American population as compared to other countries?
2. What is Ronnie's handicap?
3. How do people often treat God?
4. In what way does God not demonstrate His love?
5. What does Chan learn about his existence in respect to God?
Short Essay Questions
1. What two different types of people does Chan believe there are in the world?
2. Why does Chan reason that God threatens his children with death and hell for not loving Him if He loves us?
3. Describe the type of love that lukewarm Christians have for others.
4. What does Chan say that worry implies about a person?
5. Why does Chan question if many American churchgoers are really in love with God?
6. What are some of the differences between John and Isaiah's descriptions of God?
7. Why does Chan say that the questions of many people who claim to be believers in Christ about what they can get away with and still be saved are tragic?
8. What does Chan say about the financial situation of many people in America?
9. Why does Chan say he felt all right about giving God leftovers for several years?
10. In what circumstances can our lives be taken away from us?
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