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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 is sola fide?
2. What happens on August 18th, 1979?
3. How does Kimberly feel at Trinity Presbyterian Church?
4. Why does Scott begin to question whether the Reformation is a good thing at all?
5. With whom does Kimberly work?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is sola fide?
2. How is Scott's job as assistant to the president of Grove City College beneficial for him?
3. How does Young Life change Scott's life?
4. What does Scott begin to believe about Sola Scriptura?
5. Why does Kimberly tell Scott to wait to convert?
6. How does Kimberly initially feel about marrying Scott? How do Scott and Kimberly's parents' feeling compare to Kimberly's?
7. What does Scott do when he begins his pastorate in Virginia?
8. How does Kimberly feel about their time at this church?
9. What do Scott and his fellow seminarians feel about the Catholic tradition?
10. What does Scott repeat about Protestantism during a debate between himself, Gerry, and a professor?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Scott and Kimberly's unity is restored.
Part 1) How is it restored? Will it last? Why or why not?
Part 2) What message are they sending to other couples through this story?
Part 3) Can this kind of happiness be found outside the Catholic faith? Why or why not? Do the Hahns believe it can be found outside of the Catholic faith? Use the text to support your response.
Essay Topic 2
Scott discusses an "ecclesiastical culture shock."
Part 1) What is meant by ecclesiastical? How is this a culture shock? For whom is this a culture shock?
Part 2) What causes this culture shock?
Part 3) Can one recover from this culture shock? Why or why not? Should all people have to deal with this culture shock? Why or why not?
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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