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Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Ed McCully write in his letter to Jim?
(a) Ed is transferring to Wheaten College.
(b) Ed is leaving school to live a life completely for Christ.
(c) Ed will be joining Jim in Norman, Oklahoma.
(d) Ed has a position in missionary field work.
2. What happens to Jim on his way from Oklahoma to Illinois?
(a) His car gets hit a second time by a train.
(b) He ends up hitchhiking the entire distance.
(c) He gets in a car wreck and totals his car.
(d) He runs into Bill Cathers and gets a ride from him.
3. How do the missionaries know that the Indians understand what they are saying?
(a) The Indians leave their lances at the edge of the jungle.
(b) The Indians leave gifts for the missionaries.
(c) The Indians write messages on the beach.
(d) The Indians send Dayuma as an emissary.
4. What does Jim believe is the hypocrisy of those who agree with the New Testament practice?
(a) Most believe in the role of the clergy.
(b) The 'man pleasers' of Scripture are too few.
(c) Many lead biblical practice principles, but the few hold the power over the many.
(d) Very few are willing to commit to it.
5. What news tests Jim and Elisabeth's dedication to God's purpose?
(a) Elisabeth's diagnosis of possible tuberculosis.
(b) The floodwaters wiping out Shandia.
(c) Jim's bout with jungle rot.
(d) Jim's bout with malaria.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Jim and Pete learn when taking a a survey trip by airplane to the Oriente?
2. How much money is in his pocket when Jim arrives in Portland?
3. What thoughts torment Jim on his flight back to Shandia?
4. How many bible study classes does Jim begin to teach?
5. Who approaches Jim and Pete as they eat in the port restaurant?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jim mean when he tells Elisabeth the churches are "still hollow with reality?"
2. What is a positive outgrowth from the Flemings' fiesta at Puyupungu?
3. What is Jim's strength as he undergoes the 10 week linguistics program at the University of Oklahoma?
4. What is the significance of the allegory of the chrysanthemums?
5. What events point to the idea that Jim's eventual mission is coming to fruition?
6. Where does Jim pray the Lord will place him in His service?
7. What seems to be a consistent problem Jim and the missionaries encounter?
8. What is the significance of Elisabeth's collection of biblical verses written by Jim in the Epilogue?
9. What is the significance for Jim of Paul's passage to Corinthians, "it is a matter of share and share alike"?
10. What are some of the everyday situations aboard Santa Juana that emphasize God's abundant blessings for Jim?
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