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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Are many of the author's points absolute?
(a) In her opinion, yes.
(c) No, only the Pope is absolute.
(d) No, only God is absolute.
2. What is the first step to freeing one's self from the occult?
(a) Accepting Jesus as your savior.
(b) Destroy all occult related objects.
(c) Offer prayers of renunciation.
(d) Test all occult gifts.
3. According to the author, what do members of the Pentecostal or Evangelical churches really experience?
(a) The true power and grace of God.
(b) Out of body experiences.
(c) Occult-like events.
(d) Evil spirited gatherings.
4. Why is the very last section called "The Means of Freedom?"
(a) Money is freedom.
(b) The occult lifestyle is not lucrative.
(c) It lists ways to gain money and freedom.
(d) Because Johanna gives ways for people to be free of the occult.
5. What Christian organizations does she join?
(a) The Good Faith Church.
(b) Light and Power House.
(c) Fellowship of the Sun.
(d) The Church of Mary and Jesus.
6. During Johanna's friend's operation, how does Hermanito save him?
(a) A heart replacement.
(b) By conducting a blood transfusion.
(c) Conjuring more powerful spirits to heal him.
7. What does the author think was the real cause of healings?
(a) Evil spirits of satanic origin.
(c) Enhanced connections to kind spirits.
(d) Tom's enhanced powers.
8. When the author is around Hermanito, who does she feel is protecting her?
(a) Her sister, Kim.
(b) Her husband.
(c) A spirit from God.
(d) Her father.
9. How has the Bible been manipulated by human hands?
(a) This assertion is wrong. It is the true word of God.
(b) The Bible has undergone several edits and revisions.
(c) People try to destroy Bibles.
(d) Humans wrote the Bible.
10. What does the author fail to do as her stay begins to move away from being strictly narrative?
(a) Stay positive.
(b) Keep objectivity.
(c) Change her mind.
(d) Stay strong.
11. During her travels abroad, what does Johanna frequently experience?
(a) Horrifying visions.
(b) A change of heart about her parents.
(c) New food and friends.
(d) Advice from her sister.
12. What is the importance of the title "New Foundation?"
(a) It represents the new foundation of the Christian Church.
(b) The roots of Johanna and Randolph's relationship are being established.
(c) Pachita's run-down home needs renovation.
(d) Johanna has found a new foundation for her love of cats.
13. What is Shelia's nickname?
(a) Bird brain.
14. Does Johanna ever see Pachita again after visiting Europe?
(a) No she stops seeing her with haste.
(b) Yes, only to collect her things.
(c) Yes, but only to tell her the truth she has discovered.
(d) No, because she cannot bare the thought.
15. What does she feel her parents do not support her in?
(a) Johanna spending so much time with Pachita.
(b) Her conversion to Christianity.
(d) Her embracing of Hermanito.
Short Answer Questions
1. Was was the author's childhood friend's name?
2. How does Johanna's faith grow deeper?
3. What is Johanna's father concerned about at the beginning of Chapter 10?
4. What does Shelia insist that Johanna read?
5. Where does the story pick back up in Chapter 10?
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