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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. Where does God go to talk to Hezdrel?
(c) the window.
2. When God appears to Noah on the deck, what does he say?
(a) that he approves of Noah's handling of the ark.
(b) that Noah should be ashamed of himself.
(c) that Noah must wait a year before leaving the ark.
(d) that Noah should always listen to his wife.
3. As Moses walks off with God, what does he not understand?
(a) how God can be so cruel to him.
(b) how God can be in two places at the same time.
(c) how God can walk so fast.
(d) how God knows so much.
4. Who comes to report about the city of Jericho?
5. Who tries to get God to remember the Hebrews?
(c) Abraham, Jacob, Isaac, and Moses.
Short Answer Questions
1. Back in Sunday School, what does preacher Deshee tell the children happened to the Hebrews?
2. What does God tell Gabriel he is thinking about?
3. How is Aaron dressed when he comes to Moses and God?
4. Why is God angry with men again?
5. What does the Babylonian Court look like?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is happening on the ark after Noah and his family have been on board for a long time?
2. When Noah tells Shem to let a dove loose, what does he say about his condition?
3. Why is God happy as Noah, his family, and the animals leave the ark?
4. What does Ham discover when he throws the sounding line over the side of the ark?
5. What is Moses doing when Abraham suggest he is the right one to lead the Hebrews out of Egypt?
6. How does the playwright suggest the Head Magician of Pharaoh's court appear?
7. What message does Hezdrel ask God to give to the people waiting in the hills?
8. What does Zipporah believe when Moses says that something is keeping him where he is?
9. Back in Sunday School, what does the audience hear preacher Deshee tell the children?
10. Back in heaven, what is God pondering?
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