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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. They are eventually engaged and are delighted to find that they both want what?
(a) To be ministers.
(c) To move to Cincinnati.
(d) A home.
2. Scott meets a fellow seminarian, ________________, who becomes a close friend.
3. Scott presents his Catholic arguments. Is he satisfied with the replies he receives?
(a) Not at first.
4. Of what do Scott and his friends convince Kimberly that God does not want her to be?
(a) A teacher.
(b) A pastor.
(c) A politician.
(d) A mother.
5. What does Scott eventually realize that he must do?
(a) Resign from his pastorate and look for another job.
(c) Stop learning about Catholicism.
(d) Accept his calling at the church in Virginia.
6. Scott continues to grow more Catholic and is anonymously mailed what?
(a) A cross.
(b) A prayer book.
(c) A Catholic Bible.
(d) A Rosary.
7. What does Scott begin to discover about Sola Fide?
(a) It is not scriptural and was not Paul's view.
(b) The Protestants do not believe it anymore.
(c) It is scriptural and was Paul's view.
(d) It also believed by the Catholic Church.
8. Whose infallibility does Scott defend?
(a) His own.
(b) Martin Luther's.
(c) The Pope's.
(d) His wife's.
9. What does Scott begin to do to his church services?
(a) He adds in verses from the Catholic Bible.
(b) He shortens them.
(c) He lengthens them.
(d) He alters them accordingly.
10. How does this boy get Scott to come to Young Life?
(a) He does his homework for him.
(b) He tells him there is food.
(c) He threatens him.
(d) He uses Scott's crush on Kathy to bring him to church.
11. What type of birth control do Kimberly and Scott begin to use?
(a) Natural Family Planning.
(b) Birth control pills.
12. Scott gets Gerry, himself and who together to discuss theology?
(b) Dr. Gerstner.
13. Scott tells Kimberly that he wants to convert. Until when does Kimberly ask him to wait?
14. Why does Scott reject the Orthodox Church?
(a) Its sectarian nationalist divisions and their position on the filioque.
(b) They use icons as a part of their personal and liturgical worship and prayer life.
(c) It practices what it understands to be the original ancient traditions, believing in growth without change.
(d) The Church is composed of several self-governing ecclesial bodies, each geographically and nationally distinct but theologically unified.
15. What happens as a result of Scott's commitment?
(a) He is happier.
(b) He confuses his parents.
(c) He loses many of his friends.
(d) He gains many friends.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is Kimberly's upbringing different from Scott's?
2. For what does Scott give various Scriptural arguments?
3. What is the central doctrine of Protestants?
4. He begins to think about moving his family to what church?
5. To what does Scott become deeply attached?
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