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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Jim learn while attending the Summer Institute of Linguistics?
(a) Jim learns to communicate with the Aucas.
(b) Jim learns to hone his public speaking.
(c) Jim perfects his Spanish.
(d) Jim learns how to write and analyze unwritten languages.
2. Where do Jim and Elisabeth set forth to build a new school?
3. What does Jim tell his parents to alleviate their fears of doing overseas mission work?
(a) He reminds them that he will eventually return to the States.
(b) He reminds them he is working with a reputable service organization.
(c) He reminds them the Lord warned his disciples to cast aside familial tendencies.
(d) He reminds them that he will eventually marry and raise a family.
4. What do Jim and Lucas recite during Holy Week?
(a) The letters of Timothy.
(b) The seven words spoken from the cross.
(c) The Stations of the Cross.
(d) Peter's three denials.
5. How many men work with Jim and Pete to build an airstrip?
6. Why does Bill Cathers' letter detailing his wedding plans surprise Jim?
(a) Both were expected to organize another Bible study.
(b) Both were expected to go to Ecuador in the New Testament pattern of two-by-two.
(c) Both were expected to finish painting the McCully home.
(d) Both were expected to travel to Latin America to help Bert.
7. What thoughts torment Jim on his flight back to Shandia?
(a) His decision to teach multiple Bible study classes.
(b) His desire for Elisabeth and his commitment to follow the Lord.
(c) His desire to preach the Word using his weak Spanish.
(d) His decision to stay with the Quicha or travel into the jungle to find teh Aucans.
8. How much fish do Pete and Jim net in one night?
9. What does Jim decide will be his number one goal?
(a) River baptisms.
(b) Individual witnessing to the Indians and corporate gatherings to preach the word.
(c) Instruction to Indian school children.
(d) Ministering to Indians at the old Shell Oil facility.
10. Who approaches Jim and Pete as they eat in the port restaurant?
(a) The captain.
(b) A prostitute.
(d) Dr. Tidmarsh.
11. After ten days of prayer, what Bible verse speaks to Jim about God's role for him?
(a) Psalms 144:5.
(b) Exodus 23:20.
(c) Proverbs 1:8.
(d) Romans 12:2.
12. What happens to Pete ushering the arrival of Ed McCully to the jungle?
(a) He contracts jungle rot.
(b) He contracts a snake bite.
(c) He contracts tuberculosis.
(d) He contracts malaria.
13. What does Jim write in his letter to his parents?
(a) He thanks them for laying his spiritual foundation.
(b) He tells them he will read scripture daily.
(c) He tells them of his intention to marry Elisabeth.
(d) He tells them he will return in a year.
14. How much luggage does Jim pack?
(a) 1400 lbs.
(b) 900 lbs.
(c) 1500 lbs.
(d) 1000 lbs.
15. How does Jim reason that God takes young and old into His Kingdom?
(a) God wants to people Eternity with young and old.
(b) There are too many old people in God's Kingdom.
(c) God needs to take young people from time to time to carry out his purpose.
(d) God is fulfilling his purpose by equalizing both young and old people left on earth.
Short Answer Questions
1. Although Jim learns to love the Quichans, what does he worry about?
2. What does Jim leave behind after his death?
3. What does this trip force Jim to admit?
4. Besides his visa, what else is finally cleared prior to Jim leaving for Ecuador?
5. Whose house do Jim and Elisabeth move into?
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