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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 line does Scott repeat?
2. What strong desire does Kimberly have?
3. Kimberly comes to believe that the source of her doubts about quitting contraception come from what?
4. What does Scott do when he first meets Kimberly?
5. To where do Kimberly and Scott then move for the summer?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why do they begin using Natural Family Planning?
2. By whom is Scott inspired religiously?
3. What does Scott do when he begins his pastorate in Virginia?
4. How does Kimberly feel about their time at this church?
5. In what church is Scott Hahn raised?
6. What is sola fide?
7. What career would Kimberly like to have? Why does she change her mind?
8. How does Scott begin to change his opinion about the Catholic Church?
9. Why does Kimberly attend Grove City College?
10. Describe Scott's teenage years.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Scott feels supernatural joy when he receives the sacraments for the first time.
Part 1) What causes this supernatural joy? Why might this feel different from the rituals of his Presbyterian upbringing?
Part 2) Do you believe most people feel this sense of joy when partaking in the sacraments? Why or why not?
Part 3) How does Scott's joy contrast Kimberly's feelings? How does this affect their marriage?
Essay Topic 2
While in RCIA Kimberly develops a hunger for the Eucharist.
Part 1) What is RCIA? Why does she attend RCIA? What does this reveal about her?
Part 2) Why does she develop a hunger for the Eucharist? Is this different than the Holy Communion at a Protestant Church? Why or why not?
Part 3) How does this hunger affect her? What does this foreshadow? How does it show a parallel between her and Scott?
Essay Topic 3
August 7, 1987 is a turning point for Kimberly.
Part 1) What takes place on this day? What about this day surprises Kimberly? Why does this surprise her?
Part 2) How is this day a turning point? How does this foreshadow future events?
Part 3) How do Kimberly's feelings about the Catholic Church begin to mirror her husband's?
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