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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Betty states that all creation begins where?
(a) From utter chaos.
(b) At the center of the universe.
(c) In the mind.
(d) From emotions.
2. At the hospital, Betty asks for a room with a window because ever since she was a child, she's had:
(a) A fear of the dark.
(b) An obsession with the outdoors.
(c) Panic attacks.
3. As an example of breaking a law, Betty explains that we "sin" against the earth when we pollute and, as a result, we:
(a) Lose spiritual points.
(b) Hurt ourselves by hurting the environment.
(c) Accumulate bad karma.
(d) End up in purgatory.
4. Why doesn't healing sometimes come right away, or come at all?
(a) For spiritual growth.
(b) Because we're cursed.
(c) Because we're not trying hard enough.
(d) Nobody knows why.
5. What does Betty say regarding reaching out and tending to the needs of others?
(a) Service to others is healing for the body and spirit.
(b) The poor in spirit will be rewarded.
(c) God keeps a careful tally of how many people we help.
(d) Needy people get nowhere in life.
6. How does Betty describe her semi-private hospital room in which she recovers after surgery?
(a) Cold and drafty.
(b) Small but adequate.
(c) Drab and ugly.
(d) Loud but cheerful.
7. As Betty takes a closer look at the cloth in the looms room, what does she notice?
(a) People look at her suspiciously.
(b) People are staring at her in awe, perplexed by her presence.
(c) It is made of star dust and moon beams.
(d) It sparkles and is opaque on one side, transparent on the other.
8. To the spirit world, earth time is:
9. Upon experiencing significant complications during her seventh pregnancy, what does Betty decide to do?
(a) Allow doctors to induce an early delivery.
(b) Have an abortion.
(c) Take medications and hope for the best.
(d) Go on bed rest and have the baby.
10. As Betty continues to tour the heavenly realm, she feels as though she's traveling how long?
(b) Days or even weeks.
(d) Hundreds of years.
11. As she focuses on the special flower in the garden, what perspective does Betty adopt?
(a) Time reversal.
(b) Aerial view.
(c) Microscopic vision.
(d) Suspended animation.
12. As she travels through the whirling black mass, Betty picks up speed to the point where she feels she's:
(a) Going to disintegrate.
(b) Traveling faster than light speed.
(c) Entering a black hole.
(d) About to reach the end of the universe.
13. When Betty is embraced as she enters the spiritual world, what does she feel?
(a) That she's finally home.
(b) That she's not worthy of such love.
(c) Instant forgiveness.
(d) Electric sparks.
14. How does Betty describe her spirit body?
(c) Weightless and extremely mobile.
(d) Thin and somewhat transparent.
15. When Betty emerges the swirling tunnel and enters the heavenly realm, what does she feel?
(a) Peace beyond comprehension.
(b) Explosion of love.
(c) Cautious excitement.
(d) Shame and humility.
Short Answer Questions
1. At the opening of the book, Betty Edie is in the hospital for:
2. How does Betty compare the garden to a symphony?
3. What does Betty clarify regarding the relationship between the spirit and the flesh?
4. Why were the laws that Jesus discusses with Betty created?
5. Although Betty often approached God in prayer for answers when she was an adolescent, she felt that:
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