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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. Oz: Who has the opportunity to meet the Creator in this afterlife?
(a) The youngest people.
(b) The most courageous people.
(c) The saddest people.
(d) The most righteous people.
2. Mary: Which of his creations does God relate to the most?
3. Circle of Friends: Who are the people you run into in this afterlife?
(a) People you would have known if you had lived differently.
(b) People you knew in life and remember.
(c) There are no other people in this afterlife, you are alone.
(d) People from history.
4. Spirals: What is unique about God in this afterlife?
(a) God is a species of small creatures.
(b) God is a married couple.
(c) God is a species of large creatures.
(d) God is a giant.
5. Distance: What is the afterlife like in this story?
(a) A wide open empty space.
(b) There is no afterlife.
(c) A sad place with lots of trees.
(d) A beautiful land without strife.
Short Answer Questions
1. Giantess: What does this afterlife focus on?
2. Reins: Why did the angels sew discord against God?
3. Oz: What does the Creator really look like?
4. Spirals: Why did the creatures create humans?
5. Mary: Who is Mary?
Short Essay Questions
1. Mary: What disappoints God the most about his relationship with humans?
2. Sum: In this afterlife all of your life experiences are grouped together. You can't experience something different until you have run through all of the experience in one chain. For example, you can't take a shower until you are in the shower experience period of the afterlife. Why would this make you long for your life on earth?
3. Perpetuity: Why does God treat sinners so well in this afterlife?
4. The Unnatural: Why do people begin murdering others?
5. Descent of Species: What does the human-turned-horse realize right before he can no longer think?
6. Descent of Species: People in this afterlife are able to determine what they want to be in the next life. However, what can happen if they aren't careful?
7. Reins: What does God have in common with Martin Luther King, Jr. and Gandhi?
8. Angst: Why do the humans in this story dread returning to the afterlife?
9. Mary: Why does God love Mary Shelley?
10. Great Expectations: In this story the people who create and program afterlives are basically selling a false product, though not intentionally. How is it that people are mistaken in their understanding of the afterlife?
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