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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. In what manner did he live in this location after this event?
(a) In the manner of an old man.
(b) In the manner of church fathers.
(c) In the manner of a married man.
(d) In the manner of a crazy man.
2. How does he feel about his life here?
(a) He is worried by the strict schedule.
(b) He is annoyed by the slow pace.
(c) He is surprised at how much work it is.
(d) He is surprised at how much he enjoys it.
3. During their second conversation, what does Lawrence say about love?
(a) How pure, unselfish love governs all his actions.
(b) How love is in everyone.
(c) How he loves God as much as he loves himself.
(d) How God loves him more than others.
4. Does he suffer during this war?
(b) Very little.
5. Lawrence tells Beaufort that they may converse again only if what happens?
(a) Beaufort converts to Catholicism.
(b) Beaufort seeks the wisdom for the purest of reasons.
(c) Beaufort promises to publish Lawrence's work.
(d) Beaufort promises not to publish Lawrence's works.
Short Answer Questions
1. Does Lawrence enjoy being in the presence of God?
2. Why must one discipline one's thinking at all times?
3. After entering the presence of God, continually, what happens to Lawrence?
4. Lawrence advises that the presence of God occurs more readily when what happens?
5. Where else did he receive an education?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Lawrence say about one's love for God?
2. What are some of the steps to spiritual fulfillment?
3. Who is Joseph de Beaufort? When are Lawrence's works published?
4. When was Brother Lawrence born?
5. What does Lawrence have to say about faith?
6. What must one do the maintain the presence of God?
7. How does Brother Lawrence end up with chronic pain?
8. What surprises Brother Lawrence about the monastery?
9. What does Brother Lawrence do after his conversion experience?
10. Why does Lawrence depend upon God?
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