1. When does Yancey first get acquainted with Jesus?
(b) Theological Seminary.
(c) Sunday school.
(d) Army chapel services.
2. What is the image Yancey first has of Jesus?
(a) Ethereal being of light.
(b) Intense philosophical giant.
(c) Angry radical political leader.
(d) Sweet Victorian nanny holding lambs and smiling.
3. What television figure does Yancy compare his early understanding of Jesus to?
(a) Captain Kangaroo.
(b) Mr. Rogers.
(c) James Bond.
(d) Dr. Who.
4. What is the movie that Yancey saw in 1971 that portrayed a very different kind of Jesus?
(a) What a Wonderful life.
(b) The Gospel According to St. Matthew.
(c) Jesus of Montreal.
(d) The Passion of the Christ.
5. Who are the 'Jesus freaks' referred to in Chapter 1?
(a) Roman Catholic nuns.
(b) Middle class white collar workers.
(c) Unkempt, disheveled radicals.
(d) Mentally ill patients.
6. Who writes So Long, Sweet Jesus?
(a) H. G. Wells.
(b) Richard Nixon.
(c) Billy Graham.
(d) Bill Milliken.
7. Why does H. G. Wells say Jesus is important?
(a) Caused a turning point in history.
(b) Jesus is the son of God.
(c) What Jesus left continues to grow.
(d) His Jewish background is unique.
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