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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What place of torment eventually becomes home if you live there long enough, according to the author?
2. The author states that he has underlying questions, just like his sick daughter, about love, trust, fear, loss and _______.
3. In what year was "The Sacred Journey" written?
4. Who bought the world and "home" back to the author each day?
5. Who wrote "The Power and the Glory?"
Essay Topic 1
Why is the author's daughter sick? How did she get well? How did the increasing wellness of his daughter, help the author to realize that he was not well? How does the author explain what happens to someone who after being sick for so long is suddenly well? How does this new "freedom" affect them?
Essay Topic 2
In Part One of the book, the author spends a few pages talking about memory. How does memory relate to the past? To healing? Why does the author make these distinctions about the past, about memory, about healing? How does memory function in relation to the past, the present and the future? How or can the past, present, and future be altered by memory? How did the author incorporate these factors into "The Wizard's Tide?"
Essay Topic 3
Explain what the author means when he writes that by watching and listening we are praying. How does God speak to us in quietness? What is "God's place" in us? What deadens us to God's presence within us? How does Psalm 131 illustrate these points from the author?
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