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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. Rees and others were called to pray for the ___ in Ethiopia.
2. In "Intercession for Dunkirk", Rees and others were called to intercession for the safety and ___ of the entire world.
3. In "Standing in the Queue", Rees and his wife set out for what destination without the money to complete their trip?
4. In "Third Estate and Children's Home", Rees read about the _____ needs for the children.
5. Who took over the college directorship after Rees' death?
Short Essay Questions
1. In regards to a third estate, why did God tell Rees to be patient?
2. In The Book of Common Prayer, Rees' contact with people changed. Discuss this change.
3. Countries were falling to Hitler, so where did Rees and the college fall in this picture?
4. What was going on in Africa with the married men Rees and his wife were trying to convert?
5. How did Rees refer to the United Nations, and how did the events surrounding the UN's establishment reopen the world to the gospel?
6. How did God use the flu epidemic to help Rees and his wife with their mission work?
7. In 1950, why was Rees concerned about the fulfillment of the Every Creature commission, and how did God reassure Rees about this?
8. What was different about the college's Pentecost and Rees' earlier Pentecost experience?
9. Why did God ask Rees what he would be doing if he had all the money for the trip to Africa, and what did Rees do in response?
10. 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?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In "Binding the Strong Man", Rees realizes the benefits of following God's perfect plan instead of his own. How does Rees come to this realization and how does this help Rees in his work for winning souls to the Lord? (Please site examples from the book to support your responses.)
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the representation of Rees' relationship with God and his life as an intercessor in relationship to Rees' "hatless" state in the face of public custom.
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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