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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 is the Kul?
(a) A muzzein.
(b) A mullah.
(c) A prayer before undertaking an important task.
(d) A prayer of thanksgiving.
2. Why did Bilquis decide she liked Ken Old?
(a) He was handsome.
(b) He was funny.
(c) He was a dedicated Christian.
(d) He understood her feelings about her conversion.
3. What does the Quran predict Christ will do in the future?
(a) Return to earth for 40 years.
(b) Return to earth to reward the righteous.
(c) Return to earth forever.
(d) Return to earth and govern it.
4. Who had been recently killed in Wah in accordance with Muslim law?
(a) A village thief.
(b) A Christian missionary.
(c) A girl who had become Christian.
(d) An adulterous wife.
5. What gave Bilquis' family its income in Wah?
(a) The cement works.
(b) The feedlot.
(c) The car dealership.
(d) The orchards.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why did Bilquis decide not to park at a distance from the Mitchells' home?
2. What does Matthew 10:37-38 tell Bilquis about her family?
3. What was Bilquis' first question to God?
4. How was Paul's experience in II Corinthians like Bilquis'?
5. What is the subject of Acts 1:15?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is unusual about the political and religious structure of Pakistan, according to Bilquis' father?
2. What negative experience preceded Bilquis' baptism?
3. Why did Bilquis believe she would lose everything if she chose to follow Jesus?
4. What solution did Bilquis undertake to cure Mahmud?
5. How did Bilquis describe her father?
6. Why was baptism a testing point for Bilquis?
7. Why did Bilquis believe her family would be ashamed if they knew she was visiting Christian missionaries?
8. What did Bilquis experience as a baptism of the spirit?
9. What feelings did Bilquis experience during her first supernatural event?
10. Why had Bilquis learned Arabic?
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