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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 church has more resources to nourish the soul?
2. What do the Hahns encourage their Catholic brothers and sisters to do regarding Protestants?
3. What is liturgy?
4. What has happened to what has died?
5. How does Scott feel about explaining Catholic doctrine to his fellow parishioners?
Short Essay Questions
1. What miracle occurs when Scott accepts a teaching position?
2. How does Kimberly feel about her marriage? To what decision does she come?
3. When does Scott convert? How does he feel about this? How does Kimberly feel about this?
4. With what does Kimberly struggle?
5. How is Scott trying to fix his marriage?
6. What do the Hahns do regularly?
7. How do the Hahns feel about their faith at this point?
8. How does Scott find help dealing with his marital problems?
9. How does Scott gain fame?
10. How do the Hahns encourage the Catholics?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Scott and Kimberly go to Gordon-Cornwell Theological Seminary.
Part 1) Why do they attend this school? How do events at this school begin Scott's slow conversion?
Part 2) At this time the Hahns adopt Natural Family Planning as a form of contraception. Why do they do this? How did they come to this decision? What are your thoughts on Natural Family Planning?
Part 3) What does Scott learn about sola fide at this time? How does this influence his opinions on Catholicism?
Essay Topic 2
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?
Essay Topic 3
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?
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