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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Scott feel when he presses various experts he knows on these issues?
(a) He is dissatisfied with their answers.
(b) He is satisfied with their answers.
(c) He is surprised by their answers.
(d) He feels as if he knows nothing.
2. Why do Scott and Kimberly not want to use unnatural contraception?
(a) It is not 100% accurate.
(b) It is unhealthy for the body.
(c) It is not natural.
(d) It is selfish to isolate one aspect of God's gifts from the others.
3. Why does Kimberly choose Grove City?
(a) It is inexpensive.
(b) Her father went there.
(c) It is close to home.
(d) To deepen her faith.
4. How is Scott a typical teenager?
(a) He smokes marijuana.
(b) He plays sports.
(c) He is involved in many clubs.
(d) He is a good kid.
5. Scott tells Kimberly that he wants to convert. Until when does Kimberly ask him to wait?
Short Answer Questions
1. He begins to think about moving his family to what church?
2. Of what do Scott and his friends convince Kimberly that God does not want her to be?
3. Scott spends four years at Grove City College studying what?
4. What does Scott learn about the Protestant Church's opinions of contraception?
5. What is the 19th century British Cardinal Henry Newman?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Scott and his fellow seminarians feel about the Catholic tradition?
2. In what church is Scott Hahn raised?
3. How do Scott's views on Holy Communion change?
4. Why does Scott begin to question the Reformers?
5. How does Young Life change Scott's life?
6. What does Scott do when he begins his pastorate in Virginia?
7. How is Scott's job as assistant to the president of Grove City College beneficial for him?
8. Why does Kimberly tell Scott to wait to convert?
9. What book does Scott read? What does he do with this new knowledge?
10. How is his conversion to Catholicism foreshadowed?
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