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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 was the first dream Bilquis had about Jesus?
(a) That He was teaching her on a mountaintop.
(b) That He walked in her garden.
(c) That he explained scriptures to her.
(d) That He was sharing dinner with her.
2. Why did Bilquis decide she liked Ken Old?
(a) He understood her feelings about her conversion.
(b) He was a dedicated Christian.
(c) He was handsome.
(d) He was funny.
3. What does Job 13 and 14 teach Christians to do?
(a) Seek God.
(b) Honor God.
(c) Trust God.
(d) Obey God.
4. What decision did Bilquis come to in Rawalpindi?
(a) To give up shopping.
(b) To become a Christian.
(d) To remain a Muslim.
5. What was a "sweeper"?
(a) People making vast changes.
(c) People at the bottom of the social ladder.
(d) Cleaning people.
Short Answer Questions
1. What Biblical character was introduced to Bilquis in a dream?
2. To what did Bilquis compare her frightening experience?
3. What did the salesman in Bilquis' second dream have for sale?
4. What does Matthew 10:37-38 tell Bilquis about her family?
5. What frightening experience did Bilquis have in January, 1967?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Ken Old warn Bilquis about the social consequence of her baptism?
2. Why did Bilquis believe her family would be ashamed if they knew she was visiting Christian missionaries?
3. What future does the Quran teach Christ will have?
4. Why does it help Bilquis when Synnove Mitchell tells her the story of the wise men?
5. What do the Quran and the New Testament agree on about the Jews?
6. What solution did Bilquis undertake to cure Mahmud?
7. Why was baptism a testing point for Bilquis?
8. What attitude of Bilquis' toward visitors was well known?
9. What feelings did Bilquis experience during her first supernatural event?
10. What did Bilquis experience as a baptism of the spirit?
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