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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 is the main actor in the movie of life?
(c) Individual humans.
2. To whom do lukewarm people feel called to minister?
(a) The rich.
(b) The poor.
(c) The handicapped.
(d) The underprivileged.
3. On what day does Chan decide to go to the emergency room?
(a) His birthday.
(b) New Year's Day.
(c) Christmas Eve.
4. How does Chan want his reader to finish the first chapter?
(a) In worship.
(b) In prayer.
(c) In audible praise.
(d) In silence.
5. What kind of person does Chan argue that he is?
(a) Naturally joyful.
(b) A problem solver.
(c) Naturally unstable.
(d) Happy go lucky.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is one thing that Chan's father did not teach him?
2. What do people usually not think about during the average day?
3. How does Chan describe the majority of the American population as compared to other countries?
4. How often do lukewarm people share their faith?
5. What song does Chan use as an example of how we know God loves us in this chapter?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Chan say these people whom God is about to spit out of His mouth are?
2. Why does Chan believe that many people have trouble understanding the love of God?
3. What does Chan say that it means to be holy?
4. What two different types of people does Chan believe there are in the world?
5. For what reason does Chan believe that giving half-hearted praise to God is evil?
6. Why does Chan reason that God threatens his children with death and hell for not loving Him if He loves us?
7. In what circumstances can our lives be taken away from us?
8. In what ways does Chan indicate that people who join the Marines are different from those who become Christians?
9. Why does Chan say he felt all right about giving God leftovers for several years?
10. What are the four creatures at the throne repeating?
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