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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 20, My Liver Trembles.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do Don and Carol Richardson travel to New Guinea in 1962?
(a) They fly from New York City on the Concorde and then drive into the Sawi territory.
(b) They sail from Vancouver on the ship "Oriana" and then fly into the interior.
(c) They drive from Canada to Mexico, take a small yacht across the Pacific Ocean and land in New Guinea.
(d) They fly to Russia and then to Zurich and then to Australia and finally take a sailboat up to New Guinea.
2. What does Don Richardson believe the real battle is about?
(a) Between women and men.
(b) Between God and Satan.
(c) Between the modern world and the stone age world.
(d) Between the savagery and the gospel of peace.
3. What does Don Richardson say to the battling warriors?
(a) "Get out of my front yard!"
(b) "There is another way!"
(c) "No more steel tools unless you stop!"
(d) "Es! That's enough!"
4. Who stands at the front of the battle, on the front line, so to speak?
(a) The young teenage boys.
(b) The women.
(c) The jesters and clowns are sent to the front to distract.
(d) The most experienced warriors.
5. Why is it so important to Richardson that the patriarchs, the older men, convert to Christianity?
(a) Because the patriarchs can read and write and will spread the gospel.
(b) Because the patriarchs control all the money.
(c) Because the patriarchs of the tribe hold much influence over the rest of the people.
(d) Because Richardson believes only men can lead spiritually.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do the women do during battle?
2. Why is it so difficult for the Sawi people to convert to Richardson's faith?
3. Who is the first patriarch in the Sawi tribe to convert to Christianity?
4. How old is Don Richardson when he first felt a spiritual call to serve God as a missionary?
5. When Don Richardson first goes to work with the Sawi people, what foreign nation had claimed that area as its own?
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