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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 6, Genesis of a Mission.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the Prairie Bible Institute?
(a) A far right think tank in western Kansas.
(b) A school which teaches English and Dutch to the children from the Sawi culture.
(c) A large university in Nebraska which was founded by Mennonites.
(d) A Christian community and missionary training school in Alberta, Canada.
2. What is the most powerful family relationship in Sawi culture?
(a) A mother and her grandmother.
(b) Brother to brother.
(c) A man and his wife.
(d) A man and his mother-in-law.
3. What is the primary redemptive analogy which Richardson uses to reach the tribal people?
(a) The tribal ritual of marriage.
(b) The tribal ritual of "fattening for slaughter."
(c) The tribal ritual of Jesus and the disciples.
(d) The tribal ritual of a "peace child."
4. How does Yae get from the tree house to the ground?
(a) Yae swings from vines to a nearby tree and then jumps down.
(b) Yae jumps into a soft pile of leaves.
(c) Yae travels from treetop to treetop, rarely touching the ground.
(d) Yae climbs down a long, vine-fastened ladder.
5. When Don Richardson first goes to work with the Sawi people, what foreign nation had claimed that area as its own?
(a) The Australians.
(b) The Germans.
(c) The Americans.
(d) The Netherlands.
Short Answer Questions
1. What part of the human skeleton do Sawi children play with?
2. What does the expression "to fatten with friendship for the slaughter" mean?
3. What does "Kanggime" mean in the language Dani?
4. What kind of flour do the Sawi women use to make bread?
5. Why do the elders Kigo, Hatu and Numu volunteer to make contact with the Tuans?
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