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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. What does Jim's renewed mind regarding others' behavior foreshadow?
(a) His ability to lead and supervise people.
(b) His awareness that God works in mysterious ways.
(c) His willingness to let God change him from the inside out.
(d) His willingness to listen to others when he asks for guidance.
2. Why does Jim want to speak to Bert who has left town on business?
(a) Jim seeks Bert's counsel concerning his near death experiences.
(b) Jim no longer believes he should go to Latin America and is considering going to India.
(c) Jim wants to know if he may run Bert's garbage business in his absence.
(d) Jim wants to ask Bert about his conflicting feelings for Elisabeth.
3. Why does Jim decline a ticket to the school dance?
(a) He states as a Christian he is not to be "in the world" that way.
(b) He is wary of girls and their intentions.
(c) He does not believe Christians should attend dances.
(d) He does not have a date.
4. How many missionaries wait with Jim Elliot to see if George returns from the jungle?
5. Where do the Elliot and MacAliister families meet?
(a) Lutheran kirk.
(b) Presbyterian kirk.
(c) Anglican church.
(d) Baptist church.
Short Answer 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?
2. Who said, "His emphasis was upon sacrifice, not of worldly goods so much as of family ties?"
3. How many marriages will be produced between the Elliot and MacAllister families?
4. Where do Jim Elliott and his missionaries first land to begin their missionary work?
5. Why does Jim feel intimidated and ill-prepared in his first job?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jim conclude while attending the 1948 International Student Missionary Convention at the University of Illinois?
2. Why is Jim wary of women?
3. What role does prayer lead in Jim's daily schedule?
4. What happens when Jim counsels a fellow student disenfranchised with Christianity?
5. What does Jim learn about his judgment for others by his senior year in college?
6. What is the significance of Jim turning down the offer to act as the business manager of the Tower?
7. Why does Jim watch his diet and exercise?
8. What are some of the struggles and flaws Jim experiences in this chapter, The Realized Will?
9. What are some of the tenets Fred and Clara Elliot raise their children to believe?
10. What is the significance of Jim sending off his newly married brother and sister-in-law on their honeymoon?
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