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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. What becomes Scott's mission?
(a) To correct and "liberate" Catholics raised in a "works-righteousness" faith.
(b) To correct the sola fide view of Protestants.
(c) To convert non-Christians to the Presbyterian church.
(d) To bring Christians back to the church.
2. He begins to think about moving his family to what church?
(a) The Episcopal church.
(b) The Presbyterian church.
(c) The Lutheran church.
(d) The Catholic church.
3. How does Scott feel when he presses various experts he knows on these issues?
(a) He feels as if he knows nothing.
(b) He is satisfied with their answers.
(c) He is dissatisfied with their answers.
(d) He is surprised by their answers.
4. When Scott continued to aim his teachings at lost Catholics, did he easily shoot down the errors of the Catholics to whom he spoke?
5. His church is fairly ____________.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is Kimberly's upbringing different from Scott's?
2. What does Scott begin doing in his senior year?
3. What does Scott do when he first meets Kimberly?
4. Scott is the youngest of three children and is baptized into what faith?
5. What does Scott begin to discover about Sola Fide?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is anonymously mailed to Scott? What does he do with this?
2. In what church is Scott Hahn raised?
3. Where do the Hahns attend graduate school? Who does Scott meet there, who is a fellow ant-Catholic?
4. What career would Kimberly like to have? Why does she change her mind?
5. By whom is Scott inspired religiously?
6. Why does Scott begin to question the Reformers?
7. What do Scott and his fellow seminarians feel about the Catholic tradition?
8. How does Scott begin to change his opinion about the Catholic Church?
9. What does Scott realize about his pastorate?
10. What does Scott do when he begins his pastorate in Virginia?
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