Keeping Faith Test | Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is Faith watching when Kenzie van der Hoven visits for the first time?

2. What does Petra Saganoff say when Teresa Civernos says that her son's healing is not a joke?

3. Who is Faith's guardian Ad litem?

4. Who does Kenzie visit on November 18 at the temple?

5. What do Mariah and Faith do after Kenzie's first visit?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why is Father Joseph MacReady stunned when only eight people attend early morning mass?

2. Why did Ian's grandmother wear her religion like a Kevlar vest?

3. When did Father Rampini decide to become a priest?

4. What does Joan Standish say in Mariah's defense at the custody hearing?

5. What does Kenzie see when she goes to the White's home?

6. Why did Teresa Civernos decide to contact Petra Saganoff?

7. Who is Malcom Metz?

8. Why does Rabbi Weissman call Rabbi Daniel Solomon?

9. What does the MotherGod Society do when they first hear of Bishop Andrews' official denunciation of Faith?

10. What did Mariah do as a child when a classmate told her she would go to hell if she was not baptized?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Motherhood is a frequent theme in the novel. At one point, Millie states that motherhood is a work in process. Discuss whether motherhood is or is not a work process.

Essay Topic 2

When Mariah hires Joan Standish to handle her divorce from Colin, Joan says that Colin has done Mariah a favor this time. Explain what Joan means by this statement and argue whether Colin did or did not do Mariah a favor by filing for divorce.

Essay Topic 3

Throughout the novel, characters question whether God and the supernatural are real. Choose one of the characters from the novel and use their arguments to argue whether God and the supernatural are real or not. Use examples and dialogue that the character uses in the novel.

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