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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. Ed Warren stated that there were__________ spirits inside the home in Enfield.
2. The author affirms at the end of "Oppression : The Strategy Revealed" that the Amityville case took place during the __________ season.
3. What was the name of the woman in Iowa in 1928 who was possessed by Lucifer himself, according to Ed Warren?
4. The devils that joined the possession of Anneliese Michel was named __________ and __________.
5. Ed testifies that one of the many tests for possession is to discreetly place __________ behind the head of the possessed.
Short Essay Questions
1. How can true cases of diabolical possession be differentiated from mental illness?
2. On Thursday, April 18, 1974, when Ed asked the demon "In the name of Jesus Christ, are you a demonic spirit?" How did the spirit reply?
3. Why did Anneliese die after enduring six months of exorcism?
4. According to the Warrens, what was the effect on human beings who had been through an episode with the demonic spirit?
5. The entity that possessed both Lonnie and Charlene stated that it worshiped Diane. Who was Diane?
6. How did the Warrens protect themselves from demonic entities while on a case?
7. What was Ed's reasoning as to why spirits had such a violent reaction to holy water?
8. Briefly discuss Wicca.
9. When possession occurred, what was noticeable about the affected individual, according to the Warrens?
10. What was unique about the Charlene Rand case?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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."
Essay Topic 2
Compare and contrast two of the Warren's cases found within "The Demonologist."
Essay Topic 3
Compare and contrast ghosts to demons, as described in this book.
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