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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Since Jim Elliot believes in living his faith outside the pulpit, what is he readily available to do when his peers have questions about God?
(a) Quote Presbyterian dogma concerning matters of religious faith.
(b) Explain the preaching of Harry Ironside.
(c) Conduct religious conversion.
(d) Explain the scriptures to other students.
2. What is Jim's preeminent goal when he enters Wheaten College?
(a) To graduate with a degree in ministry.
(b) To stay wholly committed to God.
(c) To enter the foreign missionary.
(d) To sacrifice extracurricular activities that interfere with his studies.
3. What does Jim Elliot believe about eternity?
(a) Jim believes in eternal hope.
(b) Jim believes if he doesn't see results from his efforts now, he will see them in eternity.
(c) Jim believes his love for the Word is eternal.
(d) Jim believes trust is eternal.
4. What are one of his goals is as Jim becomes more involved in group activities during his senior year?
(a) He wants to minister to people in a variety of spiritual levels.
(b) He wants to learn how to live independently for his impending ministry.
(c) He wants to assume more leadership opportunities.
(d) He wants to enjoy many college activities before he graduates.
5. What happens on Reverse Day?
(a) There is a role reversal between men and women.
(b) Students wear their clothes backwards.
(c) There is a role reversal between professor and student.
(d) Students may submit their coursework in pig Latin.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who introduces Jim to Elisabeth?
2. What does Jim's prayer in his journal foreshadow?
3. What missionaries does Jim maintain correspondence with?
4. Where does Jim send an application for employment as a substitute teacher?
5. Why does Jim want to speak to Bert who has left town on business?
Short Essay Questions
1. What events influence Fred Elliot's conversion to God?
2. What are some of the tenets Fred and Clara Elliot raise their children to believe?
3. What is special about Elisabeth's visit to Jim the second week into the fall semester?
4. What is the advantage of Jim's unemployment between doing odd jobs and applying for a substitute teaching position?
5. What is the significance of Jim turning down the offer to act as the business manager of the Tower?
6. What is the significance of Jim sending off his newly married brother and sister-in-law on their honeymoon?
7. What does Jim note is the problem with Americans that missionaries write about?
8. What does Jim learn about his judgment for others by his senior year in college?
9. Why does Jim watch his diet and exercise?
10. What does Jim conclude while attending the 1948 International Student Missionary Convention at the University of Illinois?
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