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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. With whom does Greenfield argue?
(a) No one.
2. Where is David Malter offered a position?
(b) At the Frankel Seminary.
(c) At the Yeshiva where Professor Gordon teaches.
(d) He does not want a new position.
3. What do the teachers at Professor Gordon's school think about David Malter's book?
(a) They have serious reservations.
(b) They love it.
(c) They think it is poorly written.
(d) They think it is heretical.
4. What does Reuven feel caught between in the religious community?
(a) Tradition and innovation.
(b) He does not feel caught between anything.
(c) Men who desire power.
(d) Men who are ambitious.
5. What does Kalman say he cannot do?
(a) Allow Reuven's heretics to influence others.
(b) Understand Reuven.
(c) Pass Reuven.
(d) Push Reuven away.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Danny want Reuven to convince Michael's parents to do?
2. Who does Reuven visit after speaking with Kalman?
3. What surprises Kalman's Torah class?
4. Why is Michael taken away?
5. Who does Kalman believe has the authority to interpret ancient Hebrew texts?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Kalman think about Reuven as his student?
2. What does Kalman say to Reuven about his smicha exam?
3. What does Reuven tell his father about his meetings with Rav Kalman and what is David Malter's response?
4. What do Danny, Rachel, Reuven and Eileen go to see and what is their response?
5. What does Michael say about Rav Kalman's article?
6. What do Reuven and Gordon discuss when they meet in this chapter?
7. What does Reuven think about the reason for orthodox Jews to become so stubborn?
8. What is the impact of David Malter's book and Kalman's ensuing article on the Yeshiva where David teaches?
9. What is the difference in scholarly approaches between Kalman and Reuven's father.
10. How is David Malter's recent book release still affecting the community?
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