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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. When Betty meets with the surgeon who had performed her partial hysterectomy, she learns that:
2. Betty says that wherever she traveled in the spiritual world, she always felt what?
3. How much time elapses before Betty decides to return to the hospital and meet with the surgeon who had done her procedure?
4. What saves Betty from the condition she finds herself in after returning to her body?
5. Betty sees prayers coming from earth as what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Betty say about other worlds?
2. What is the purpose of the lessons we learn during our time on earth?
3. What mystery is solved in this chapter?
4. Why does Betty meet with a council of twelve men?
5. How does Betty use symbolism in this chapter?
6. What does Betty say about being God's children?
7. Summarize what Betty writes about expressing gratitude in prayer.
8. How does Betty describe the prayers that arrive in heaven?
9. Describe why a particular drunken man shown to Betty is regarded highly in the spirit world.
10. After sinking further into self-pity upon returning to earth, Betty is saved by what?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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 2
Select four major themes carried throughout the book. Describe and briefly analyze each theme. Then, for each theme, explain whether it was carried through effectively. Support your reasons with examples.
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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