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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. What does the grand inquisitor say is beyond the strength of man?
(a) Living as one.
(b) Escaping the Inquisition.
(c) Being more powerful than the church.
(d) Understanding the engmatic.
2. What does the inquisitor accuse Jesus of?
(a) Faking his sympathy.
(b) Thinking sinful thoughts.
(c) Being blind to the truth.
(d) Caring only for the strong.
3. Who does the grand inquisitor say the church follows?
(b) The teachings of Christ.
(c) The pope.
(d) The inquisitor himself.
4. What does the inquisitor say people will destroy?
(a) Jesus' temple.
(c) The world.
(d) The prisons.
5. Why does the inquisitor say people must submit to authority?
(a) it is wise for them to do so.
(b) Freedom can not exist.
(c) To releive them of the burden of freedom.
(d) It is the only way they can find food.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does the cardinal say the people would respect Jesus' power if he fed them?
2. What doesn't Alyosha believe?
3. According to the grand inquisitor, what will the be the church's view on freedom?
4. What is the third thing Jesus is tempted with?
5. Where do the people believe the church is leading them?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the grand inquisitor think people will follow the church?
2. Why does the grand inquisitor think men fear freedom?
3. What does the grand inquisitor add to the first question when he restates it to the prisoner?
4. Why does the grand inquisitor value the weak?
5. Why does Jesus kiss the grand inquisitor?
6. How does the grand inquisitor predict man will feel about his loss of freedom?
7. What similarity is drawn about Catholics and Masons?
8. Why does the grand inquisitor accuse Jesus of only caring for the strong?
9. Why does the grand inquisitor say the clergy will suffer?
10. Why does Ivan say Catholics don't like Masons?
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