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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. Why do Kimberly and Scott come to believe about the martial act?
2. What does Scott learn about the Protestant Church's opinions of contraception?
3. What does Scott wonder about the Catholic doctrine of the Eucharist?
4. Of what do Scott and his friends convince Kimberly that God does not want her to be?
5. What does Scott eventually realize that he must do?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Scott begin to question the Reformers?
2. Why do they begin using Natural Family Planning?
3. Describe Scott's teenage years.
4. Where do the Hahns attend graduate school? Who does Scott meet there, who is a fellow ant-Catholic?
5. How does Kimberly feel about all that has taken place in this chapter?
6. How is Scott's job as assistant to the president of Grove City College beneficial for him?
7. What is sola fide?
8. What does Scott think about the Reformed "Covenant Theology?"
9. In what church is Scott Hahn raised?
10. What book does Scott read? What does he do with this new knowledge?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Scott receives a great deal of ostracism for his conversion.
Part 1) Why does he receive a great deal of ostracism? From whom does he receive this ostracism?
Part 2) How does Scott handle this ostracism? Why does he react this way? What does his reaction reveal about him and reinforce about his character?
Part 3) Does he deserve to be ostracized? Why or why not? What does this ostracism show about those who do not agree with Scott's decision to convert?
Essay Topic 2
Scott meets the Pope.
Part 1) How does he get this opportunity? How does he feel when he meets the Pope?
Part 2) What is surprising about who introduces him to the Pope?
Part 3) How does this meeting solidify his faith? What does he mean when he says God is telling him "the best is yet to come?"
Essay Topic 3
Scott questions sola scriptura.
Part 1) What is sola scriptura? Why does Scott question this? Why does he believe it is contradictory? Do you agree? Why or why not?
Part 2) How does Scott begin to believe traditions outside of Scripture is acceptable? Do you agree? Why or why not?
Part 3) How does this questioning, as well as other doubts, lead to his leaving his pastorate? Should he have left? Why or why not?
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