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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 learn while attending the Summer Institute of Linguistics?
(a) Jim learns how to write and analyze unwritten languages.
(b) Jim perfects his Spanish.
(c) Jim learns to hone his public speaking.
(d) Jim learns to communicate with the Aucas.
2. What does Jim admit is an easier way of life than the one he has been chosen by God?
(a) A career in business.
(b) Ministering to prisoners.
(c) Preaching from the pulpit.
(d) Teaching high school students.
3. How much fish do Pete and Jim net in one night?
4. 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 needs to take young people from time to time to carry out his purpose.
(c) There are too many old people in God's Kingdom.
(d) God is fulfilling his purpose by equalizing both young and old people left on earth.
5. What is Jim struggling to contain once he and Ed McCully reach Chester, Illinois?
(a) His rebelliousness to God in anticipation for misison field work.
(b) The non-biblical practice principles of churchgoers.
(c) Depression that he cannot find a place to start a Sunday school.
(d) The lack of faith perceived by churchgoers.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to Pete ushering the arrival of Ed McCully to the jungle?
2. How much manna were the children of Israel given in the wilderness?
3. Who wants to visit Jim in Ecuador?
4. What childhood dream does Jim now see the hand of God working?
5. Whose house do Jim and Elisabeth move into?
Short Essay Questions
1. What events characterize Jim and Elisabeth's first few months as newlyweds?
2. What does Jim mean when he tells Elisabeth the churches are "still hollow with reality?"
3. What does Jim realize upon teaching and learning language with the locals?
4. What happens when Jim prays that God will give him some signal for his departure?
5. What happens when Elisabeth is believed to have contracted tuberculosis?
6. Describe what happens when the ship makes port at Puna and the men disembark.
7. What is the significance of Elisabeth coming to Ecuador?
8. What is Jim's strength as he undergoes the 10 week linguistics program at the University of Oklahoma?
9. Where does Jim pray the Lord will place him in His service?
10. What is meant by Jim's statement to Elisabeth, "It may be that he hasn't planned to make us wait for years, but it certainly looks like it from here."?
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