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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. How long did Betty's first marriage last?
2. After going to a few local churches, why do Betty, her husband, and their children stop attending?
3. What does Betty say are the two major energy forces in the universe?
4. After feeling her body become still and lifeless, what does Betty experience?
5. Betty says that we are at our most self-centered when we are:
Short Essay Questions
1. Discuss some of the points Betty makes about the power we have to affect our own health.
2. What are Betty's first impressions upon being released from her body?
3. Compare and contrast Betty's first and second marriages.
4. Describe the garden setting.
5. What are the laws described in Chapter 7?
6. Describe what Betty experiences as she feels the life force leaving her body.
7. Explain what Betty means in her discussion of sins against the flesh.
8. Why did Betty not listen to the advice of her doctors who wanted her to have an abortion?
9. As a child, how does Betty learn to fear God?
10. What does Betty say happens when our thoughts draw upon negative energies at length?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
By the end of the story, Betty has undergone a major transformation. Analyze at least three separate transformations she goes through. Include her student-to-teacher transition as one of these transformations. Support your analyses with examples from the book.
Essay Topic 2
1. Explain how Betty develops a fear of God as a child. What gives rise to this fear? What other factors contribute?
2. Explain how Betty feels about God following the near-death experience she has as an adult. List some of the events that transpire and some of the lessons she learns that alter her view of God.
Essay Topic 3
Describe what challenges Betty experiences after returning to earth. Explain how the spirit world helps Betty overcome these challenges.
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