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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. The Dawn Bible Students Association ________________________________.
(a) Were a splinter group
(b) Were a part of the Watchtower
(c) Represented the true followers of Russell
(d) Were the sect the Jehovah's Witnesses split from
2. Most cults attack the doctrine of the Trinity. Compared to other cults, the attack of Jehovah's Witnesses is ________________.
(a) Most vehement
(b) The mildest
(d) Average compared to the others
3. What is a part of cult membership?
(a) Empasis on logic
(b) Psychological conditioning
(c) Promotion of free thinking
(d) Free choice
4. Mary Baker Eddy believed she wrote under the guidance of _________________________.
(a) with the guidance of an angel
(b) divine authorship
(c) her own views
5. What is most important in establishing rapport with a cult member?
(a) Sharing the cult beliefs
(b) Lying to the cult members about your own position
(c) Debating the issues
(d) Personal acceptance of the member as a person
Short Answer Questions
1. The teachings of Scientology __________________________________.
2. Theosophy recognizes ______________________________.
3. The term cult terminology refers to ___________________________________.
4. What must the Christian pay attention to in discussions with the cultist?
5. Christian Scientists believe that hell is _________________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Jehovah's Witnesses believe about Jesus?
2. What is the current trend in evangelism?
3. What was the Miracle Wheat fraud?
4. Why are the Mormons successful in missionary work?
5. What distinguishes Unitarians from orthodox Christianity?
6. Exactly what is a cult?
7. From what does the New Age cult have its roots?
8. What is the danger of cults?
9. Describe the derivation of Japanese Zen Buddhism.
10. What is the organization of the church?
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