1)Why did Daniel speak to the village boy?
A: He spoke to him because he looked really defeated.
2)For what reason did the boy’s friends attack him?
A:They attacked him because he was the tax collector’s son.
3)How did Daniel help Nathan?
A:He gave him a job there and walked him home.
4)Whom did Joel bring to the shop?
A: He brought another person that wanted to fight the Romans.
5)What was the password of Daniel’s band?
A: “He trains my hands for war so that my arms can bend a bow of bronze.
6)Why did the group need to change it’s meeting place?
A:They needed to change it because there was always a Roman soldier hanging around there.
1)Does it shock you to think of a family selling their daughter? What modern social practices do you think would have shocked people in Daniel’s time?
A: If I had never learned about people back then, then it would’ve, but since I’ve read about them, it doesn’t really surprise me… I think letting women choose their own husbands would have shocked people in Daniel’s time, because in their time the fathers would sell their daughters to men.
2)What is the purpose of a brand? Does it undermine the power of giving your word? How would people guarantee their promises today?
A: The purpose of a brand was to show that you would keep the promise and if people were unsure that you made that promise they can check you for a brand. Now days most of the time people sign a contract to promise that they will do what ever is being asked or promise that they will do something.