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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many bible study classes does Jim begin to teach?
2. Why does Jim delay proposing marriage to Elisabeth?
3. How many men work with Jim and Pete to build an airstrip?
4. What does Ed McCully write in his letter to Jim?
5. What does Jim tell his parents to alleviate their fears of doing overseas mission work?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Elisabeth is believed to have contracted tuberculosis?
2. What is the significance of the allegory of the chrysanthemums?
3. Give an example of how this chapter, Impelled by These Voices, exemplifies the theme that God is in control.
4. What is Jim's strength as he undergoes the 10 week linguistics program at the University of Oklahoma?
5. What is a positive outgrowth from the Flemings' fiesta at Puyupungu?
6. Describe what happens when the ship makes port at Puna and the men disembark.
7. What are some of the responsibilities Jim has while living in Shandia?
8. What is the significance of Elisabeth coming to Ecuador?
9. What does Jim mean when he tells Elisabeth the churches are "still hollow with reality?"
10. What are some of the everyday situations aboard Santa Juana that emphasize God's abundant blessings for Jim?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Jim is regarded as a woman hater while a young adult. Elisabeth's friends tell her that breaking a date with Jim is a bad move. How does Jim gain this reputation? How would Jim's life be different if his view of women was different? Explain your answer.
Essay Topic 2
Research an article or book describing the lives of one of the murdered missionaries' families (Elliot, Saint, McCully, Fleming, and Youderian). What happened to the families after their loved ones death? Do these family members continue the work of the murdered missionaries? If not, what does the family members do? Cite examples when necessary.
Essay Topic 3
Some consider Jim Elliot's views on war, law, theology, and philosophy to be iconistic. What is your definition of iconistic? What does this term mean? Cite examples from the book demonstrating Jim's iconistic viewpoint on war, theology, law, and philosophy.
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