Chaplain's Response to Ungrieved Death (Coble)
1. The author argues that our modern culture denies death because
a. it encourages us to restrain our grief, in contrast to the Victorian
age, where grief was an expression of great romantic and filial love.
b. it places faith in reason and science to defeat death rather than helping
patients face the reality that life must soon come to an end.
c. chaplains face so much death they can easily become desensitized and
jaded to it, especially when social outcasts die, who often go ungrieved.
d. All of the above.
2. As the author stood watching the gunshot wound victim dying in the trauma
room, what caused him to genuinely grieve for this stranger?
looked at the person's face.
b. He recognized him as a child of God.
c. He saw both his strengths and weaknesses.
d. He rejected the "strangeness" of the
hospital trauma room.
Group Counseling at a Prison in Israel (Brown)
3. In Judaism, repair is a spiritual ascent that leads to re-unification
with the Creator. In terms of the patientís lived experience, the key
transformatory element is
repentance leading to remorse.
to the law.
c. dependency on God.
Cognitive-Existential Family Therapy (Saunders)
4. Which is NOT an assumption of Cognitive-Existential Family Therapy (CEFT)?
a. We must live by strong principles of right and wrong.
b. We are capable of deceiving ourselves
c. True personal fulfillment only comes
through attachment and interactions with others.
d. Some human suffering is a result of God's disapproval.
5. The author says that the idea of speaking truth and living genuinely
before God and others is supported by Christ's teaching in
a. (Matthew 5:16) "Let your light shine before men in such a way that
they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven."
b. (Matthew 5:37) "Let what you say be
simply 'Yes' or 'No', anything more than this comes from evil."
c. (Matthew 5:39) "Whoever slaps you on
your right cheek, turn to him the other also."
d. (Matthew 5:44) "Love your enemies, and pray for those who persecute you."
Responses to Parents Grieving Stillbirth (Petro)
6. Which is NOT true about
a. Most people perceive parental loss of a stillborn child to be just as
devastating as the loss of a live child.
b. Stillbirth is defined in America as fetal death at a gestational
age of 20 weeks or older.
c. Stillbirth is more common than Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
d. Much parental loss from stillbirth is misunderstood, dismissed, or
7. Ministers can employ _____
therapy to help parents construct meaning from their incomprehensible loss
of a stillborn child.
8. Theologian Serene Jones suggests the image of Christ _____ could console
mothers who lose a child within their own bodies.
a. born as a
Transmission of Core Values in Supervision (Jordan)
9. All four authors, representing four generations of therapists, concluded
that at the heart of supervision lies the encouragement to grow in
a. using one's strengths rather than one's weaknesses in therapy.
b. persevering while being constructively criticized.
c. self-awareness and self-acceptance.
d. correctly classifying a client's pathology.
Spiritual Care Training to Healthcare Professionals (Paal)
10. Which was NOT a result of spiritual care training for healthcare
a. It improved their own spiritual health.
b. It reduced work-related stress and burn out.
c. It showed the superiority of certain spiritual tools over others.
d. It promoted multidisciplinary spiritual care, such as nurses helping with
pastoral care responsibilities.