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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Jim begin to think about taking college classes at Wheaten College?
(a) The classes teach very little ecumenical content.
(b) There are too many girls in his classes.
(c) The classes are not fulfilling the mission God has for him.
(d) The classes are not challenging enough.
2. What three things does Jim tell his parents his education is steeped in?
(a) Ministry, social science and philosophy.
(b) Political science, history and humanities.
(c) Philosophy, culture, and politics.
(d) Culture, music and art.
3. Why does Jim take his exams early?
(a) He wants to attend his brother's wedding.
(b) He wants to leave for Peru.
(c) He is expected to participate in the wrestling tournament.
(d) He wants to begin his term with the Foreign Missions Fellowship.
4. What does Jim find difficult for the first time in his life?
(a) Leaving his family to go back to school.
(b) Putting Christ's work first.
(c) Putting his wordly accomplishments behind him.
(d) Saying goodbye to his brother and sister-in-law.
5. What is Jim's preeminent goal when he enters Wheaten College?
(a) To sacrifice extracurricular activities that interfere with his studies.
(b) To enter the foreign missionary.
(c) To stay wholly committed to God.
(d) To graduate with a degree in ministry.
6. Whose diary does Jim begin to read the summer after he leaves Wheaten College?
(a) David Brainerd.
(b) Harry Ironside.
(c) John Masefield.
(d) Omar Khayyam.
7. How many missionaries wait with Jim Elliot to see if George returns from the jungle?
8. Why is Jim anxious to travel to South America to learn the native language now rather than later?
(a) He fears the older you get the harder it is to learn new things.
(b) He believes another missionary will take his place.
(c) He fears he is losing the Spanish he learned while in Mexico.
(d) He believes he may be transferred to a different mission in North America if he waits.
9. Why is Jim Elliot cautious about girls his age?
(a) He believes they cannot understand the complexity of scripture.
(b) He believes they are frivolous about religion.
(c) He believes they lure boys away from God's true calling.
(d) He believes they are not worthy to hear God's word.
10. Where does Jim send an application for employment as a substitute teacher?
(a) Goodwill Industries.
(b) A local Christian school.
(c) A boys' detention center.
(d) Assembly hall.
11. At what point in Jim Elliot's life does the Prologue begin?
(a) His birth.
(b) His college years.
(c) His marriage.
(d) His death.
12. Why does Jim become dissatisfied in the Foreign Service Fellowship?
(a) He finds too many attendees lack true faith.
(b) There are not enough people to handle the workload.
(c) He finds there is an over-emphasis on training and leadership.
(d) There is too much action without much planning.
13. Where do Jim Elliot's Scottish ancestors settle in the New World?
14. What does Jim's mother implore him to do with his missionary work?
(a) Work along side his brother, Bert, in Latin America.
(b) Stay in the United States.
(c) Take one year off from making any decisions about missionary work.
(d) Discuss his field assignment with Elisabeth.
15. What career does Jim pray God will grant him the opportunity to pursue?
(a) Spanish instruction.
(b) Foreign missions.
(c) Greek instructor.
(d) Pastor of a church.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who introduces Jim to Elisabeth?
2. What are two struggles Jim is undergoing?
3. What age does Jim Elliot tell his mother, Clara, that he has been saved by Jesus?
4. What is the first breakthrough in making contact with the natives?
5. Aside from his fervent belief in God, what other factor diminishes Jim's popularity with his peers?
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