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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 term does Betty use to describe the library she visits in the spiritual realm?
2. What can happen to a person who excessively draws upon the negative energies?
3. When Betty discusses sins against the flesh, such as abusing drugs, overeating, under-eating, and not getting enough exercise, she explains that they're all equal in severity because:
4. How does Betty describe her spirit body?
5. What treatment is Betty about to have as the story opens?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Betty's otherworldly experience of immersing herself in a rose.
2. What are the laws described in Chapter 7?
3. Describe what Betty experiences as she travels inside the vortex.
4. Describe who Betty sees as she travels through this massive tunnel.
5. Describe why a particular drunken man shown to Betty is regarded highly in the spirit world.
6. Who joins Betty in the garden?
7. Explain the "natural consequence" nature of the laws Jesus shares with Betty.
8. Betty states she understands that love is supreme. Explain what she says about the natural order of love.
9. As a child, how does Betty learn to fear God?
10. Describe Betty's second husband, Joe.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How do individuals treat Betty in heaven? Compare and contrast the treatment she experiences in the spiritual world with the treatment she receives:
1. As a child in boarding school.
2. As an adult with her husband and children.
Essay Topic 2
1. Describe Betty's lengthy interaction with Jesus in heaven.
2. How does she feel towards him?
3. What does she learn about him?
4. At the end of their conversation, what impression is she left regarding Jesus? How does this differ from how she felt about Jesus before her near-death experience?
Essay Topic 3
The title of Betty Eadie's book is Embraced by the Light. What does this title mean? What is the light? How, when, and where is Betty embraced? How does this embrace forever alter the author's point of view?
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