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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 White want to move?
(b) San Diego.
(c) San Francisco.
(d) New York.
2. Who is R. J. Rushdoony?
(a) A Jewish theologian.
(b) A strong gay rights advocate.
(c) A gay psychiatrist.
(d) A Christian reconstructionist.
3. What does Mel see as one aspect to many of the right-wing Christian leaders for whom Mel works?
(a) A confused and fearful aspect.
(b) An inept and bungling aspect.
(c) A willingness to change their ideas.
(d) A dark and arrogant aspect.
4. What does the religious right begin doing concerning homosexuality?
(a) Admitting that they were wrong.
(b) Preaching acceptance.
(c) Making increasingly false and outrageous claims.
(d) Lessening preaching about homosexuality.
5. What evangelist goes to jail before White can help the evangelist write a book?
(a) Jack Perkins.
(c) Jim Bakker.
(d) Tammy Faye Bakker.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Mel feel at the church to which Tom takes Mel?
2. When do Lyla and Mel file for divorce?
3. What does Mel pretend at parties?
4. Who is Mel White's first client?
5. What does Mel see as destroying his family?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does White help in the 1970s among the rising Christian political movement?
2. Why does White decide to accept Piazza's offer?
3. Describe White's experience with Tom Montgomery.
4. Why does White write a letter to Falwell? What is Falwell's response?
5. How does Tom Montgomery maintain his spirituality despite being angry with the Religious Right?
6. Describe White's first meeting with Gary Nixon.
7. What group does Jerry Falwell form, and who influenced his founding of it?
8. What worries White about the religious right's rhetoric about homosexuality?
9. What happens to end White's relationship with Tom Montgomery?
10. How does White find peace in his new church in Dallas?
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