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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. Where does Jim meet Elisabeth after their lengthy absence?
(a) Oriente jungle.
(b) Shandia cliffs.
(c) Quinto market.
(d) An Inter-Mission fellowship.
2. What phrase does the missionaries shout from the airplane to the Aucan houses below while flying over Villano?
(a) You will be given a pot.
(b) We can help you build an airstrip.
(c) The Lord will save them.
(d) We have medicine.
3. How does Jim reason that God takes young and old into His Kingdom?
(a) God wants to people Eternity with young and old.
(b) God is fulfilling his purpose by equalizing both young and old people left on earth.
(c) God needs to take young people from time to time to carry out his purpose.
(d) There are too many old people in God's Kingdom.
4. What doubts go through Elisabeth's mind as Jim prepares to meet the Aucas?
(a) The prospect of leaving many to work with so few.
(b) Her family's security in the jungle is threatened.
(c) She cannot build the school that Jim has started.
(d) Their daughter needs a father.
5. What announcement does Elisabeth's letter contain?
(a) She is returning to do mission work in North America.
(b) She is leaving Quito to study the Colorado language.
(c) She is returning to her family in Canada.
(d) She is leaving the western jungle to venture to the Oriente.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to Jim on his way from Oklahoma to Illinois?
2. How many boys sign up for school taught by Jim, Ed, and the Christian teacher?
3. How many checks come in to pay for Jim's travel to Ecuador down to the penny?
4. What does Jim write in his letter to his parents?
5. What happens by the time Jim finalizes his passport to Ecuador?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the significance of the allegory of the chrysanthemums?
2. What does Jim realize upon teaching and learning language with the locals?
3. What happens when Jim and Ed decide to help the missionary teacher in Arajuno?
4. What is the significance for Jim of Paul's passage to Corinthians, "it is a matter of share and share alike"?
5. What is the significance of Elisabeth coming to Ecuador?
6. What happens when Elisabeth is believed to have contracted tuberculosis?
7. What are some of the everyday situations aboard Santa Juana that emphasize God's abundant blessings for Jim?
8. Give an example of how this chapter, Impelled by These Voices, exemplifies the theme that God is in control.
9. What events point to the idea that Jim's eventual mission is coming to fruition?
10. What are some of the situations that require Jim to use his medical training?
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