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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the name of the third estate acquired for the bible college?
2. After the college formed, God warned that there was ____ in the college.
3. In "Revivals in Africa", God used the country's crisis to bring about more ____ as people witnessed the power of the "white man's God."
4. After Rees died, Rees' son changed his last name to what?
5. In "Russia, North Africa, Italy, D-Day", how many years of intercession were made for several countries?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was going on in Africa with the married men Rees and his wife were trying to convert?
2. After the war in Britain, how did war events and stories from military staff embody the spiritual fight, manifesting into their encounters on the battle field?
3. Countries were falling to Hitler, so where did Rees and the college fall in this picture?
4. In The Book of Common Prayer, Rees' contact with people changed. Discuss this change.
5. How did the Every Creature commission from God reflect God's preparation of Rees to take on world wide intercession?
6. What was similar about the college's Pentecost and Rees' earlier Pentecost experience?
7. In 1950, why was Rees concerned about the fulfillment of the Every Creature commission, and how did God reassure Rees about this?
8. In regards to housing Jewish children forced out of Poland, how was Rees called to step out on faith once again, and how did Rees respond?
9. What happened after the college was re-established?
10. After six years in Africa, Rees and his wife returned and heard a prayer for Bible college. What did this have to do with them?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does the Vow of the Nazarene that Rees is called to by God help him conquer worldly influences? And, how does this new behavior help Rees bring the Spirit of God into the lives of others?
Essay Topic 2
There is an overall theme of God as the provider in this biography. Discuss this theme as either a unifying or divisive presence in the biographer's portrayal of Rees' life as an intercessor.
Essay Topic 3
In the Foreword, we learn that there was a collaborative writing effort to produce this work. Discuss the advantages (and disadvantages, if any) of this process for the author and the reader, and how this affects the quality of the biography. Remember to provide specific examples from the work to support your responses.
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