Bible 11   Second Semester Exam   Review 2011    Name: ____________________________  Score: ________
Teacher: Mr. Cap    You can use your Bibles and Pilgrim's Progress Workbook for reference.

Chapter 1


Match each identifying characteristic on the left with the correct person or place from The Pilgrim’s Progress on the right.

_____. Giant Despair
_____. Graceless
_____. High Hill near Morality
_____. Vanity Fair
_____. Celestial City
_____. Pliable
_____. Evangelist
_____. Mr. Worldly Wiseman
_____. Obstinate
_____.
Apollyon

a.  The lost soul

b . Satan

c . Rebellious man who tries to keep others from being saved

d . Proud religious person who tries to lead a soul in the wrong direction

e . One who tries to win souls

f.  Person who is curious about salvation but unwilling to pay the price

g .  Heaven

h .  Christian’s temptation to give up

i .  The world and all of its enticements

j .  Man’s efforts to save himself by his own efforts

What is an allegory?______________________________________________

Chapter 2

_____. Grace Abounding
_____. Foxe’s Book of Martyrs
_____. The Practice of Piety

a. One of two books that caused Bunyan to be
                  interested in reforming his life

b. Bunyan’s autobiography

c. One of two books that Bunyan read while in prison

Chapter 3

_____. Was greatly troubled and burdened of soul

_____. Thought that the pilgrim was temporarily insane

_____. Pointed the pilgrim toward the wicket–gate and the light
A. Evangelist
B. Graceless
C. The pilgrim’s family

Chapter 4

_____. One who stubbornly and inflexibly sticks to an idea is said to be
                A. Obstinate, B. Obnoxious, C. Pliable, D. Helpful

 

_____. One who is easily bent, shaped, influenced, or persuaded is said to be
                A. Obstinate, B. Obnoxious, C. Pliable, D. Helpful

_____. The key word of the book of John is
                 A. Light, B. Faith, C. Help, D. Repentance

_____. The steps out of the Slough of Despond represent
                 A. Faith of Christians, B. Promises of the Word, C. Prayers of saints, D. Deceptions of Satan

_____. The Pilgrim’s Progress is actually an allegory of the life of
                 A. The Apostle John, B. The Apostle Paul, C. John Gifford, D. John Bunyan

Chapter 5              Match each of the following quotations on the left with the person who spoke it.
                                                                                                        (You may use choices more than once.)
    The pilgrim,    Mr. Wiseman,     Evangelist

_____. “Get rid of that burden as fast as you can.”

_____. “Listen to me. I’m older than you.”

_____ . “Stand still awhile so I can show you the words of God.”

_____ . “Woe is me, for I am undone!”

_____ . “Beware that you don’t turn aside again.”

Chapter 6

What does each item on the right represent?

_____ . Large parlor

_____. Dust

_____. The first sweeper

_____. The sweeper who sprinkled water


a. Man’s sin

b. Man’s unsanctified heart

c. The Law

d. The gospel

Chapter 7                    True–False           Circle the T or the F to indicate your answer.

   T         F               1. The proverb “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush” would be most
                                      applicable to the view of Patience.

   T         F               2. The man who tried to get into the beautiful palace was killed before he
                                      could get past the guards in front of the gate.

Chapter 8                     Short Answer

1. What were the names of the three men who were asleep at the bottom of the hill Difficulty?

       ___________________________________________________________________________

 

 

Chapter 9                          Matching

_____. Watchful

_____. Discretion

_____. Piety

_____. Prudence

_____. Charity



a. Good judgment, wise caution in speech
                 or action

b. Love, especially for the souls of others

c. Representative of the pastor, or overseer,
                of Christ’s flock

d. Ability to govern and discipline oneself

e. Sincere, earnest desire to do God’s will

Chapter 10

  What, according to 2 Timothy 3:16–17, is the six–fold purpose of the church?

       ________________________________________________________________________

Chapter 11        Multiple Choice          Choose the best answer to complete each of the following statements.


_____. The name Apollyon means
                 A. The destroyer, B. Bad dude, C. The dragon, D. Beautiful one
_____. Apollyon was clothed with
                 A. Armor, B. Leather, C. Scales like a fish, D. Fur like a bear
_____. Satan’s name in Greek is Apollyon; in Hebrew it is
                 A. Adoniah, B. Diablo, C. Abaddon, D. Beelzebub

Chapter 12   Multiple Choice        Choose the best answer to complete each of the following statements.

_____. The Valley of the Shadow of Death is a continuation of the
                A. Valley of Humiliation , B. Battle with Apollyon, C. Hill Difficulty, D. Slough of Despond

_____. The length of the valley is
                 A. A few hundred yards, B. Six hundred sixty–six feet, C. Several miles,
                                                                                             D. Different for every pilgrim

_____. The quag on the left side of the valley is the one into which who fell?
                A. Adam, B. Judas, C. David, D. Christian, E. Apollyon

Chapter 13     Multiple Choice       Choose the best answer to complete each of the following statements.

_____ . The main weapon that Wanton uses against pilgrims is
                  A. Envy, B. Pride, C. Poverty, D. Hatred, E. Flattery

_____ . Ultimately, Wanton leads those who follow her to
                 A. Death, B. Fun and success, C. Promotion, D. Recognition


_____. She also uses promises, but her promises do not include the promise of a
                 A. Good time, B. Good conscience, C. Fleshly contentment

 

 

Chapter 14                 Multiple Choice         Choose the best answer to complete each of the following

_____. Each of the following characterizes Adam the First except
                A. Lying, B. Faithfulness, C. Ill temper, D. Loose tongue, E. Cheating

_____. Adam the First tried to get Faithful to come live with him by using
                A. Bribery, B. Threats, C. Force, D. Flattery, E. Immorality

Chapter 15           True–False               Circle the T or the F to indicate your answer.

       T        F        1. Only a true believer would talk of such subjects as the necessity of the new birth,
                                   repentance,  prayer, and the insufficiency of works

       T        F        2. Faithful was impressed with Talkative’s Christianity, but Christian saw that it was
                                 merely talk..

Chapter 16

       T        F        1. True grace, when it is in our hearts, causes us to see and hate our own sin—
                                  not the sin of others
       T        F        2. Christian is briefly fooled by Talkative’s talk, but he later sees him for what he is.

Chapter 17

               List the four types of leaders in the Christian church as discussed in this lesson.

                    _____________________________________________________

Chapter 18                      Multiple Choice

_____.   Worldliness is
                 A. An attitude, B. Specific sins, C. What we dislike, D. Breaking the Law

_____.   The world’s reward for those who pursue worldliness is
                  A. Emptiness, B. Contentment, C. Fulfillment, D. Happiness,

_____.   Worldliness begins in
                  A. One’s first sin, B. The eye, C. The heart, D. Satan


Chapter 19

_____.  When the merchants of Vanity Fair cried out for the pilgrims to buy their goods, the pilgrims
                 A. Whipped out their wallets, B. Said they would think about it,
                 C. Began to dicker with them over prices, D. Put their fingers in their ears

_____ .   Modest dress is anything that
                   A. Causes someone else to lust, B. Is out of fashion, C. Homely and without beauty,
                                                                                  D. Magnifies one’s godly character

 

 

 

Chapter 20

Match each of the jurors’ names on the right with how they are often evident in our lives today.

_____. We enjoy doing evil and not being stopped

_____. We listen to and pass on untruths and gossip

_____ . We think that our way is the only way
A. Live–loose
B. No–good
C. Blind–man
D. Love–lust
E. Malice
F. Liar
G. High–mind
H. Enmity
I. Heady
J. Implacable
K. Hate–light
L. Cruelty

Chapter 21

Match the person on the right with his predominant characteristic.

_____. Easily persuaded to change his mind

_____. Determined to get the best of both worlds

_____ . Cool, even–tempered, never excited
A. Lord Turnabout
B. Lord Time–saver
C. Mr. Anything
D. Mr. Smooth–man
E. Mr. Two–tongues
F. Mr. Facing–both–ways
G. Lord Fair–speech

Chapter 22                  Multiple Choice

_____ . Which of the following men did Christian use as an example of the negative consequences
                 of following By–ends’ reasoning?
                 A. Abraham, B. David, C. Shechem, D. Job

_____ . Which group did Christ use as examples of hypocrites?
                  A. Sadducees, B. Pharisees, C. Samaritans, D. Watermen

_____ . What was By–ends willing to change a little to make money?
                 A. Principles, B. Clothes, C. Names, D. Friends

Chapter 23                 Short Answer

_____________________ . What was the name of the hill on which Demas stood?

_____________________ . Which of the pilgrims initially wanted to accept Demas’s invitation?

Chapter 24                 Matching


_____.  Had fits that impaired the use of his limbs

_____.  Questioned decision to go over the stile

_____ . Opened the doors of the dungeon
A. Diffidence
B. Giant Despair
C. Vain–confidence
D. Promise
E. Hopeful
F. Christian

 

Chapter 25       Matching

_____. Did Paul much evil

_____. Sold his Master for the price of a slave

_____ . Sold his birthright for a meal

A. Judas
B. Esau
C. Ananias and Sapphira
D. Alexander

Chapter 26          Matching


_____. Unrestrained excitement of the physical senses for personal gratification

_____. Unprincipled, depraved, perverted, unable to discern evil

_____. A strong lustful desire of any kind
A. Wantonness
B. Concupiscence
C. Apostate
D. Reprobate
E. New Morality

Chapter 27          Matching


_____. The state of mind by which a person condemns himself
                  even after God has forgiven him

_____. What one really is on the inside regardless of what one looks
                  like on the outside.

A. Guilt
B. Jewels
C. Certificate
D. Spending money
E. Character

Chapter 28   Matching B
                    Show whether each statement in the left column refers to our relationship or our fellowship with
                    God by writing either A or B in the appropriate blank.


_____. Based on birth

_____. Never changes


a. Our fellowship with God

b. Our relationship with God

Chapter 29                Multiple Choice

_____ . The Flatterer was a false prophet who changed himself into
                  A. An angel of light, B. A sheep’s clothing, C. A shepherd, D. A pilgrim

_____ . The man who disciplined the pilgrims in this lesson was the
                 A. Atheist, B. Flatterer, C. Shining One, D. Lawgiver

Chapter 30                Multiple Choice

_____ . The means by which that conviction is wrought is the
                 A. Sinner’s reason, B. Nature of man, C. Word of God, D. Preacher’s oratory

_____ . Who brings conviction on a sinner?
                 A. Angels, B. Sunday school lesson, C. Preacher, D. Holy Spirit

 

_____. Our righteousness is
                  A. Baptism, B. Christ, C. The Word, D. Our goodness

Chapter 31             Multiple Choice

_____ . Ignorance came from the country of
                 A. Receipt, B. Deceit, C. Conceit, D. Defeat

_____ .  Our righteousness causes
                     A. God to give us a second chance, B. God to accept us, C. A stench in God’s nose,
                                                                                                             D. A sweet–smelling savor
Chapter 32             Multiple Choice

_____ . Only when a man sees himself as a _______________ will he be in a position to trust Christ.
                 A. Person worthy of salvation, B. Good but deficient person, C. Sinner bound for hell,
                                                                                                                D. Righteous person
_____. The conversation of Christian and Hopeful in this lesson focuses on a man named
                   A. Ignorance, B. Temporary, C. Faithful, D. Repentance

_____ . The word repent means
                  A. To turn over a new leaf, B. To change one’s mind, C. To cry over one’s sins,
                                                                                                                D. To reform oneself

Chapter 33                Multiple Choice

_____ .  During a believer’s dying hours, God gives him or her
                   A. Strength, B. Pain, C. Fear, D. Grace

_____ . The name Beulah means
                  A. Married, B. Repentant, C. Beautiful, D. Saved

Chapter 34                      Multiple Choice

_____ . How many gates does the city in heaven have in its walls?
                  A. Seven, B. Twelve, C. Twenty, D. Ten thousand

_____ . What is written on each of the city’s gates?
                 A. The name of a tribe in Israel, B. The name of a type of jewel, C. “Enter into the joy of the Lord”
                                                                                                    D. “Salvation is of the Lord”
_____ . Through the center of the city runs a
                  A. Scarlet cord representing Christ, B. River as clear as crystal, C. Street of pure gold
                                                                                                    D. Perpetual celebration parade

_____ . The city in heaven is built on how many foundations?
                 A. Ten, B. Seven, C. One, D. Twelve

Chapter 35                       True–False                     Circle the T or the F to indicate your answer.

       T          F     1. Ignorance experienced less doubt and worry in his death than did Christian.

Updated: May 13, 2011