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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the term that Ed Warren used to explain the power of the mind to move objects?
2. Ed recounted the story of Oliver Bernbaum who used a(n) __________ as an instrument of black magic.
3. According to the Hillman's children in "A Conjuring Book for Christmas," how many times had they experienced the strange phenomena?
4. At the end of Chapter "Unnatural Phenomena," who said, "That's it, I'm not even going to mention the subject of demonology anymore...I'm not going to let people make a farce out of the serious work the specialist clergy does in this field"?
5. The author asserts at the end of "Annabelle," the doll came with a "friend", a(n) __________.
Short Essay Questions
1. According to Ed, did Jesus speak about ghosts, spirits, demons, and/or possessions?
2. Was "The Demonologist" based on actual events? What has been altered in the book? Explain.
3. What was psychokinesis? Explain.
4. When did Lorraine notice she was clairvoyant? Explain.
5. How have the Warrens' experiences been proven and who documented their experiences? Who reviewed "The Demonologist" for accuracy?
6. What unusual phenomena occurred when Lorraine tried to call the Hillmans in the beginning of "A Conjuring Book for Christmas"?
7. Briefly discuss the dreams Lou had because of Annabelle.
8. When did the events in "The Demonologist" take place? What cases are included in the book?
9. Discuss the warning Reverend John C. Hughes gives to the reader in his "Foreword."
10. As the story of Ed and Lorraine's lives unfolded, discuss the two main impressions that came out very clearly to the author.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Address the style, including the point of view, in which "The Demonologist" was written.
Essay Topic 2
Identify, analyze, and discuss the following quote: "To the person who believes in the God of the Bible, demonic worship is an evil, paganistic practice that chooses to oppose God. Sometimes God is simply ignored; many times he is mocked by patterns of ritual and incantation; other times, God is directly blasphemed. The practices and "games" that are part of demonic worship are truly dangerous, as the Warrens story demonstrates."
Essay Topic 3
In "A Servant to Lucifer," the author states that some people have called The Amityville Horror a "hoax". Explain when you agree or disagree with this statement based on what you have learned in "The Demonologist."
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