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Betty Eadie
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. On the evening following her surgery, who does Betty call when she's feeling out of sorts?
(a) A doctor.
(b) The nurse.
(c) Her sister.
(d) Her husband.

2. After waking up with a feeling of impending danger following her surgery, Betty tries reaching for the cord that calls the nurse but finds that:
(a) She is too weak to move.
(b) The cord is broken.
(c) The room is too dark to see the cord.
(d) She's strapped to IVs and can't reach.

3. What term does Betty use to describe the waters in the garden?
(a) Singing waters.
(b) Playful waters.
(c) Dancing waters.
(d) Living waters.

4. What does Betty see when she enters the looms room?
(a) Rolls of cloth piled in a corner.
(b) People working on ancient-looking looms.
(c) Automatic, unattended looms, as in a factory.
(d) Exotic rugs hanging from the ceiling.

5. As she approaches the end of the tunnel, what position does Betty change into?
(a) Standing.
(b) Flying.
(c) Sitting.
(d) Kneeling.

6. What process does Betty feel taking place within the whirling, moving mass?
(a) Forgetting her past.
(b) Adjustment.
(c) Healing.
(d) Remembering past good deeds.

7. Why were the laws that Jesus discusses with Betty created?
(a) To punish wrongdoers.
(b) To fulfill a purpose.
(c) To separate good and bad people.
(d) To keep everyone in check.

8. At the hospital, Betty asks for a room with a window because ever since she was a child, she's had:
(a) An obsession with the outdoors.
(b) Claustrophobia.
(c) Panic attacks.
(d) A fear of the dark.

9. What treatment is Betty about to have as the story opens?
(a) Partial hysterectomy.
(b) Art therapy.
(c) Immune system therapy.
(d) Electric shock treatment.

10. How does Betty compare the garden to a symphony?
(a) Everything in the garden creates its own music.
(b) The flowers remind her of symphony musicians.
(c) She can direct the elements of the garden like a composer.
(d) The garden is as beautiful as the best symphony she's heard on earth.

11. When does Betty find herself at the hospital as her narration begins?
(a) May 3, 1997.
(b) January 1, 2001.
(c) October 15, 1959.
(d) November 18, 1973.

12. Betty states that all creation begins where?
(a) In the mind.
(b) From emotions.
(c) From utter chaos.
(d) At the center of the universe.

13. At the hospital, what does Betty fear prior to her procedure?
(a) Feeling pain during the procedure.
(b) Dying on the operating table.
(c) Having insufficient funds to cover the procedure.
(d) Being abandoned by her husband.

14. What does Betty say about her husband and their children?
(a) She wishes they'd all get along better.
(b) To her, family is life itself and her greatest refuge.
(c) She thinks they need to become more independent.
(d) They don't understand her.

15. Betty says that Jesus' relationship to her was like what?
(a) A little brother and an uncle.
(b) An uncle.
(c) A father and an older brother.
(d) A grandfather.

Short Answer Questions

1. As a child, why does Betty begin to fear God?

2. How old was Betty when she fell in love with the boy next door and married him?

3. How does Betty "experience" the unique flower in the garden?

4. What does Betty say regarding reaching out and tending to the needs of others?

5. After attending different churches and moving back in with her father, Betty has a frightening experience where she mistakes a carnival search light for what?

(see the answer keys)

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