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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) No, only God is absolute.
(c) No, only the Pope is absolute.
(d) In her opinion, yes.
2. What do demons disguise their power as?
(a) It is present in our friends and family.
(b) They do not truly disguise anything, it is what we choose to see or not see.
(c) In books.
(d) It is coming from God.
3. What is the 3rd test in confirming whether or not someone is an occultist?
(a) The person is always accurate a hundred percent of the time.
(b) Not fooling the inner witness.
(c) A miracle of healing being performed by an occultist.
(d) If the community leader truly embraces Jesus.
4. When does the author feel she really commits herself to Jesus?
(a) After meeting Randolph.
(b) After meeting Birdie an Os.
(c) After a trying day with Pachita.
(d) When she speaks with Kim.
5. Does Johanna ever see Pachita again after visiting Europe?
(a) Yes, only to collect her things.
(b) No, because she cannot bare the thought.
(c) No she stops seeing her with haste.
(d) Yes, but only to tell her the truth she has discovered.
6. What does Johanna think that the operations are?
(a) Pachita's work.
(b) Too good to be true.
(d) Gifts from God.
7. What does she feel her parents do not support her in?
(a) Her conversion to Christianity.
(c) Her embracing of Hermanito.
(d) Johanna spending so much time with Pachita.
8. Where does the manifestation of God's power really come from?
(a) Inside believers.
(b) Faith in the religion's leaders.
(c) The belief from followers.
9. What does the author fail to do as her stay begins to move away from being strictly narrative?
(a) Stay positive.
(b) Change her mind.
(c) Keep objectivity.
(d) Stay strong.
10. If someone disagrees with the author what would the author assume about the individual?
(a) The disagreer is wrong,.
(b) That disputer is under the influence of Satan.
(c) They are unwilling to listen.
(d) They do not follow Christian ways.
11. How does the author feel that modern day Christian preachers and theologians treat life and teaching?
(a) She thinks they downplay the wonderous nature of Jesus.
(b) They do not listen to God.
(c) They are too self righteous in their teachings.
(d) They care too much for their own advice.
12. What is Johanna finally confronted with during book?
(a) The choice between Satan and God and good and evil.
(b) Hermanito's true evil.
(c) Satan's true face.
(d) Her love for Beck and Damon.
13. What has happened in the first 14 chapters?
(a) The author tells her story.
(b) Resolution for her cause.
(c) Exposition of her true situation.
(d) A change of heart.
14. At the end of the book, what has the author abandoned?
(a) Her attempt at
(b) Her love of herself.
(c) Her affection for cats.
(d) Her ability to communicate psychically.
15. What is the second step to freeing one's self from the occult?
(a) Renounce all occult like practices.
(b) Test all occult gifts.
(c) Accepting Jesus as your savior.
(d) Offer prayers of renunciation.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Hermanito breaks down in tears, what does he call himself?
2. What is the importance of the title "New Foundation?"
3. After one operation, what could the author see in Hermanito?
4. In Johanna's opinion, what must all Christians do?
5. What is a pseudonym?
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