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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 does Scott discuss regarding his father?
2. In what does Scott want desperately to partake?
3. Describe the Hahns' life at this point.
4. How do Kimberly and Scott feel about being members of the Catholic Church?
5. How does Scott feel when he receives the sacraments for the first time?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Scott believe God is giving Kimberly a gift?
2. What happens while Scott is at a conference?
3. What do the Hahns admit about non-Catholics?
4. What do they encourage Catholics and Protestants to do?
5. About what is Scott energized? What troubles him about his new faith?
6. When Scott begins his study in Catholic theology, what does he realize about some of the Catholic teachings?
7. What do the Hahns do regularly?
8. How does this chapter begin?
9. How does Scott handle opposing views?
10. Who narrates this chapter?
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
For much of the story, Kimberly's beliefs and feelings contrast with Scott's.
Part 1) How and when do their beliefs being to differ? How do these differences affect each of them?
Part 2) How do these characters reconcile? Was the reconciliation foreshadowed? If so, how? If not, how was it surprising or unexpected?
Part 3) Do you believe these characters will stay reconciled? 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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