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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did Bonhoeffer believe that the reading of Scripture helps teach?
(a) Literacy and self-discipline.
(b) Doctrine and religious asceticism.
(c) Love for our fellow man and an appreciation for all religions.
(d) Man's history primarily for the sake of salvation.

2. How did Bonhoeffer view Christian fellowship?
(a) A gift of love; a promise.
(b) A gift of faith; a privilege.
(c) An unalienable right; a promise.
(d) A gift of grace; a privilege.

3. At the seminary, what happens after morning devotions are over?
(a) Fellowship of the table.
(b) Confession and penance.
(c) Work.
(d) Showers and chores.

4. Christians see Bonhoeffer as having died for his faith. What term is applied to this?
(a) Priest.
(b) Martyr.
(c) Apostle.
(d) Prophet.

5. On April 8, 1945, when Bonhoeffer is taken to death row to be hanged the following day, what is he doing when he is taken from his cell?
(a) He is writing a book.
(b) He is serving Communion.
(c) He is reading his Bible.
(d) He is finishing a prayer in a service that he is conducting.

6. What did Bonhoeffer intend Life Together to be?
(a) The Christian practices, beliefs, and principles by which Bonhoeffer leads his seminarians in daily life together.
(b) An autobiography of Bonhoeffer's life.
(c) An illustration of spiritual life in an illegal, secret Protestant seminary within the historical context of Nazi Germany, 1935-1945.
(d) A guide to the daily spiritual devotions of the seminary's community life.

7. What Bonhoeffer's purpose in writing Chapter 1?
(a) He draws upon examples from society to show why the Nazis should be overthrown.
(b) He draws upon examples and passages from the Bible to show how a community should live together.
(c) He draws upon examples and passages from the Bible to show how a seminary should be run.
(d) He draws upon examples from society to show how a community should live together.

8. How was Bonhoeffer executed?
(a) Hanging.
(b) Firing squad.
(c) Gas chamber.
(d) Beheading.

9. What was the title of Bonhoeffer's doctoral thesis and dissertation?
(a) Act and Being.
(b) Life Together.
(c) Creation and Fall.
(d) Discipleship.

10. Which of the following is a true statement about what Christians can expect regarding being able to spend time in person with other Christians?
(a) According to the Bible, Christians rarely receive the privilege of living together with other Christians.
(b) According to the Bible, Christians will always have other Christians to live with.
(c) According to the Bible, Christians will sometimes have other Christians to live with and will sometimes be alone.
(d) According to the Bible, Christians will never have other Christians to live with.

11. Who is arrested along with Bonhoeffer in 1943?
(a) His sister and brother.
(b) His sister and brother-in-law.
(c) His mother and father.
(d) His wife and children.

12. What did Bonhoeffer believe that human egos did to human relationships, without Christ's mediating influence?
(a) Tended to drift from community to aloneness.
(b) Developed harmony and good will, and enabled peace and understanding.
(c) The effect of the ego was neutral on the quality of the relationships.
(d) Incited conflict and strife and destroyed peace and understanding.

13. What was Bonhoeffer's claim about singing that is not directed towards God?
(a) There is nothing wrong with it.
(b) It is singing to idols.
(c) It still glorifies God.
(d) It helps encourage other believers.

14. After Life Together, Bonhoeffer publishes two additional books before which following event happens?
(a) The seminary is closed.
(b) Hitler dies.
(c) The government forbids him to write or publish.
(d) He is thrown into prison.

15. What is the premise of Life Together?
(a) The Christian practices, beliefs, and principles by which Bonhoeffer leads his seminarians in daily life together.
(b) An autobiography of Bonhoeffer's life.
(c) An illustration of spiritual life in an illegal, secret Protestant seminary within the historical context of Nazi Germany, 1935-1945.
(d) A guide to the daily spiritual devotions of the seminary's community life.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to Bonhoeffer, how are Christ's followers gathered together as the worldwide Body of Christ while on Earth?

2. In which country had Bonhoeffer been living prior to his return to Germany?

3. How does the day begin at the seminary?

4. Which of these song titles is the title of an American Negro spiritual?

5. What did Bonhoeffer believe was special about Jesus Christ?

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