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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. Mother and _________ are both the stuff out of which everything is composed, Sue realizes.
2. In May, Sue attended a Journey into ____________ conference on St. Simon Island off the coast of Georgia.
(a) The Sacred Feminine.
3. Sue did not want to believe that she could be wounded by her own ____________ as she began her journey.
4. How many children does Sue Monk Kidd have as she relates in the story about her history and her background?
5. Sue wants to know why _________ put enmity between Eve and her Feminine Source.
(b) The President.
Short Answer Questions
1. The church seems to have a stake in orthodoxy, so the __________ people are scary to them.
2. What did Sue write about in the first fictional story she ever wrote? A story about a woman who _________ nearly every night.
3. A Vacation Bible School teacher tells ___________ that women can not be deacons because men are put at the head.
4. Sue's grandmother used to call it _____________ or what Sue begins to realize women need to tell themselves.
5. Who was at the top of the chart the visiting preacher had drawn in order to show the idea of a God-ordained family?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Ann is younger and asks why women cannot be deacons in the church, what is the answer that her Vacation Bible School teacher tell her?
2. What happens the first time that Sue points out that women get a rotten deal when it comes to society?
3. What are some of the stereotypes of being a good Christian woman, according to Sue's life?
4. How does Sue feel that the scriptures in the Church are explained away, reducing the power of females?
5. What is Sue's daughter doing when the two men begin to make insulting comments to her in the opening pages of the book?
6. What does the old woman's t-shirt say which Sue sees when she tries to envision a world which is equal?
7. How does Sue try to avoid dealing with the emerging realization of the Feminine Wound in this section of the book?
8. How does Sue feel that women have become inferior in the way they think and behave, even though they are not this way naturally?
9. What causes Sue to begin to weep for weeks over the Feminine Wound which she has begun to understand?
10. What are the differences between men and women as pointed out in the section called, "Spirit Over Nature?"
This section contains 660 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)