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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. Why did Onias value the Lafferty brothers?
(a) They were related.
(b) He felt God sent them to him.
(c) They were the only members of his school.
(d) He had their unconditional love.
2. What did Rulon Jeffs believe about himself?
(a) He was not as great as his father.
(b) He would be the ultimate prophet of the LDS.
(c) He was meant to have many sons.
(d) He was the chosen one.
3. Smith did NOT leave his followers with guidelines on ______________.
(a) How to bury a Mormon.
(b) How to select a new prophet.
(c) How to change the prayers.
(d) Where to settle next.
4. What was the result of Ron's meeting with his brothers?
(a) He lost all hope in his family.
(b) He'd converted to their beliefs.
(c) He'd driven them insane.
(d) He brought them back to the LDS.
5. What did the Mormon people need in their struggle that Young offered them?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why was Dan's testimony crucial to Ron's trial?
2. After Brenda's death, what does her sister regret?
3. At first, it was anticipated that _____________was to be Smith's successor.
4. What did John Taylor support?
5. Where were Ron and Dan driving to at the end of Part 3, Chapter 16?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did the Saints join the Confederacy?
2. Why was Dan the more active participant in the murders rather than Ron?
3. Why is Salt Lake City the center for Mormons today?
4. What was Lee's prophecy? Would any good have come from it being fulfilled?
5. How did Taylor's leadership of the LDS contradict his predecessors?
6. Why was Young very popular among other Mormons?
7. How were the LeBaron children and Lafferty children similar?
8. What was the pivotal plight of the Lafferty brothers that caused the murders?
9. What was Dan's conviction in carrying out the murders?
10. Why was Ron Lafferty hostile to the judge at his trial?
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