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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does John hope to die?
(a) In his sleep.
(b) With a quiet heart.
(c) With everyone in his life forgiven.
(d) With a smile on his lips.
2. What does Jack call John's wife?
(b) Mrs. Ames.
3. What is the revelation about Jack's wife after it is discovered that he has a wife and child?
(a) She is colored.
(b) She is a native American.
(c) She is moving in with the Boughtons.
(d) She is dying of tuberculosis.
4. What baseball team does Jack Boughton favor?
(a) The White Sox.
(b) The Dodgers.
(c) The Cardinals.
(d) The Yankees.
5. What caused John and his father to be "not quite at ease" with each other for the first time in John's life?
(a) Questions John raised.
(b) Books by skeptics John read.
(c) John's desire to leave home.
(d) Letters from Germany.
Short Answer Questions
1. Jack drops by John's home one evening as he and his family are rocking on the porch. What does Lila bring them?
2. What is Tobias not allowed to do?
3. What confession does John make about Jack as part of a burden of guilt he feels?
4. What trait does Jack possess that John states is almost a curse to him?
5. What does John state is one of the best traits of good people?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does John recall Jack's baptism?
2. Describe the relationship Jack had with a lower-class, uneducated girl.
3. How does John explain the futility of defending beliefs?
4. What are Jack's reasons for coming home to Gilead?
5. How does John recall Boughton's parents?
6. What is the nature of the discussion John and Jack have about predestination?
7. How does John respond to Jack's question about his family moving to Gilead?
8. Describe John's birthday.
9. How does John give Lila instruction prior to her baptism, and what is the nature of this instruction?
10. What is the nature of John and Jack's first discussion at the church?
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