|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the crowd do to taunt Jesus in Chapter 1?
(a) They call Mary Magdalene a "slut."
(b) They call him a "cross-maker."
(c) They call his mother names.
(d) They throw small stones at him.
2. What does Jesus's quiet and elusive nature make Jacob suspect about him?
(a) He is too timid to be the Messiah.
(b) He has something to hide.
(c) He is a Roman spy.
(d) He is ashamed to be in Magdala.
3. How does Simeon respond when Jesus tells him about his dreams?
(a) He agrees with Jesus.
(b) He looks at Jesus, shocked.
(c) He scoffs at Jesus.
(d) He leaves, without saying anything else to Jesus.
4. Who shelters Mary Magdalene in Capernaum?
5. How does Jesus's mother look at him when he struggles and falls under the weight of the cross he built?
(a) With pity.
(b) With disappointment.
(c) With anger.
(d) With love.
Short Answer Questions
1. Jesus realizes that the central figure in all of his dreams is __________.
2. How does Jesus feel about these dreams?
3. What does Mary Magdalene dare Jesus to admit?
4. What does Jesus's mother recall as he passes her, carrying the cross that he built?
5. What are the men doing in Zebedee's yard at the beginning of autumn?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Jesus and Zebedee discuss when Jesus and his disciples return to Capernaum?
2. Who does Jesus see when he returns to consciousness in Chapter 30?
3. What does Jesus declare in Jerusalem that makes Simeon afraid?
4. What does Saul of Damascus tell Jesus when he visits him in Bethany?
5. What happens to Mary Magdalene in Chapter 30?
6. What does Jesus wonder about his dreams?
7. Why are Jesus and his disciples hiding in Simon's inn?
8. Why does the mob chase Mary Magdalene to Capernaum?
9. What happens when Jesus and his disciples go to Magdala in Chapter 22?
10. How is Jerusalem described in Chapter 16?
This section contains 851 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)