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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. Sarah lives her life indulging in blaming rage and what?
(a) Fearless blessings.
(b) Fearful gratitude.
(c) Fearful obedience.
(d) Faithful obedience.
2. What is J.B. and Sarah's daughter holding in her fist when she is found?
(a) A toy tea pot.
(b) A toy doll.
(c) A stuffed animal.
(d) A toy umbrella.
3. In the story of Job, Satan bets God that if God were to curse Job, Job would do what?
(a) Pray to God.
(b) Praise Satan.
(c) Curse God.
(d) Pray to Satan.
4. When Zuss and Nickles are arguing about the role of suffering in J.B.'s life, they are ______ to the story of Job in the Bible.
5. Where are Zuss and Nickles when Sarah and J.B. realize their son is dead?
(a) To the side of the scene.
(b) On an upper platform.
(c) Off stage.
(d) In the front row of the audience.
Short Answer Questions
1. J.B.'s song at the end of Scene 1represents what?
2. The second traditional aspect of man's relationship with God is fear of His _________.
3. According to Mr. Zuss, why does Job not have a right to question God?
4. Where is the story of Job found?
5. Sarah tells them that David's ______ are probably much dirtier than theirs.
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Sarah compare J.B. and the children's views of blessings?
2. What thematic statement is made by the actions in Scene 10?
3. What do the group of women and the young girl do when they first arrive on the stage?
4. What do J.B. and Sarah feel, even when they sleep?
5. What is Sarah holding in her hand when she returns to J.B., and why?
6. What are Sarah and J.B.'s reactions to the death of David?
7. When the maids bring out the food, what do the children and J.B. say?
8. What is the story of Job about?
9. When Sarah suggests that there will be enough light to live by, and understand by, what is she suggesting about faith?
10. What do Zuss and Nickles become instruments of at the end of Scene 7?
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