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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 9, Gods From the Sky.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where is Netherlands New Guinea, or Irian Jaya as it is later called, located in relation to Australia?
(a) Directly north of Australia.
(b) It is in Australia, right in the central district.
(c) It is not near Australia but located near India.
(d) Southwest of Australia.
2. What does Richardson believe is unavoidable in our present world?
(a) Cross-cultural communication.
(b) Despair and continual war.
(c) The end of all we know.
(d) Annihilation and destruction.
3. What is the Prairie Bible Institute?
(a) A large university in Nebraska which was founded by Mennonites.
(b) A far right think tank in western Kansas.
(c) A Christian community and missionary training school in Alberta, Canada.
(d) A school which teaches English and Dutch to the children from the Sawi culture.
4. What does Kauwan say that Yae should have given him in order to truly win his protection?
(a) A peace child.
(b) His own wife.
(c) A thousand dollars.
(d) A gun and sword.
5. What is the Ironwood Curtain?
(a) It refers to that curtain which hangs between life and death.
(b) It means passing into the jungle that is full of trees which are called ironwood because of their dense hard wood.
(c) It means passing from the life of easy and plenty, where there is much light, to the darker world of the jungle.
(d) It refers to the border of iron which the Sawi people have erected around their territory.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Yae going on a journey to the nearby village of Haenam?
2. Why do the Richardsons go to live in New Guinea?
3. What is the primary redemptive analogy which Richardson uses to reach the tribal people?
4. What principle does Don Richardson believe God gives him to offer the tribal people?
5. What event shatters the air of tension between the tribes on the first day of building?
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