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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is not one of the goals of American Christianity?
2. How does Chan describe his earthly feelings about his relationship with God?
3. What is Ronnie's handicap?
4. Which word does not describe God's love for us?
5. With what are lukewarm people concerned?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Chan question if many American churchgoers are really in love with God?
2. Why does Chan say he felt all right about giving God leftovers for several years?
3. How does Chan learn that he does not have to fear failing God?
4. What does Chan say that stress indicates about a person's mindset?
5. 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?
6. What question does Chan ask his readers at the end of Chapter 3?
7. Why does Chan include the example of Stan and Brooke in this chapter?
8. Describe the type of love that lukewarm Christians have for others.
9. How does Chan back up his assertion that lukewarm people do not live by faith?
10. Why does Chan believe that many people have trouble understanding the love of God?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Why is it important for Christians to be conscious of heaven as they go about their lives? What impact might this have on their service to God?
Essay Topic 2
Consider Chan's example of trying to run and eat a Twinkie at the same time as it relates to trying to run toward Christ and sin at the same time. Do you think this example is adequate? Why or why not? Can you think of another example that might work better?
Essay Topic 3
Consider Chan's instructions in his first chapter for his reader to stop praying. What were your thoughts about this statement when you first read it? What do you think about it now that you have finished the book? Do you understand more completely why he made this suggestion? Why or why not?
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