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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 this trained theologian suggest that Scott do regarding his wife?
2. What surprises Scott?
3. What happens when Scott speaks to Kimberly about conversion?
4. With what doctrine does Kimberly struggle?
5. What has died in this family?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do the Hahns do regularly?
2. How does Scott believe God is giving Kimberly a gift?
3. What is the function of the last chapter?
4. Who narrates this chapter?
5. How does Kimberly feel about her marriage? To what decision does she come?
6. What do the Hahns admit about non-Catholics?
7. What happens while Scott is at a conference?
8. How does this chapter begin?
9. How is Scott trying to fix his marriage?
10. Why is Scott scared of his promise to not convert until 1990?
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
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 3
As Scott becomes more interested in Catholic doctrines, Kimberly grows uncomfortable and unhappy.
Part 1) How does Scott grow more interested in Catholicism? Why is he more interested?
Part 2) Why does Kimberly feel differently about Catholicism? What information about her past foreshadows this reluctance towards Catholicism?
Part 3) How does this affect the Hahns' marriage? How do they deal with their marital problems? What advice is Scott given on dealing with his marital problems? What are your thoughts on this advice?
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